Faculty Profile

Hideya Koshino

Ph.D., University of Kansas
General Experimental Psychology

Contact Information

Office: SB-533
Phone: 909.537.5435
Fax: 909.537.7003
Email: hkoshino@csusb.edu

Research and Teaching Interests

My research interests include visual attention and working memory, both the traditional cognitive/experimental and cognitive neuroscience approaches. Recently, in my laboratory, we have been investigating relationships between working memory and attention; for example, how various types of working memory load and contents affect the way we perform attention tasks.

I also have another project in cognitive neuroscience. In collaboration with Dr. Osaka of the Kyoto University, Japan, we have been examining relationships between the Default Mode Network and Working Memory Network using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI).

Courses Taught

  • Psychological Statistics (PSYC 210)
  • Introduction to Experimental Psychology (PSYC 311)
  • Cognitive Psychology (PSYC 360)
  • Perception (PSYC 364)
  • Cognitive Neuroscience (PSYC 365)
  • Advanced Seminar in Perception and Cognition: Culture and Cognition (PSYC 427)
  • Analysis of Variance (PSYC 641)
  • Advanced Cognitive Psychology (PSYC 650)

Representative Publications

Koshino, H. (in press). Brain mechanism of attention: History and current trends. In N. Osaka (Ed.). Neuroattention (Social Brain Series, Vol. 3). Shinyo-Sha.

Koshino, H. (2012). The Default Mode Network and working memory. In N. Osaka (Ed.). Perspectives of Social Neuroscience (Social Brain Series, Vol. 1). Shinyo-Sha. P. 171-195.

Koshino, H., Minamoto,T., Ikeda, T., Osaka, M., Otsuka, Y., & Osaka, N. (2011). Anterior medial prefrontal cortex exhibits activation during task preparation but deactivation during task execution. PLoS ONE 6(8): e29909.

Koshino, H. (2009). Neural basis of dual-tasking. The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science, 28, 59-71.

Koshino, H., Kana, R. K., Keller, T. A., Cherkassky, V. L., Minshew, N. J., & Just, M. A.(2008). fMRI investigation of working memory for faces in autism: visual coding and underconnectivity with frontal areas. Cerebral Cortex, 18, 289-300.

Koshino, H. (2005). Working memory in autism. Japanese Psychological Review, 48, 498-517.

Koshino, H., Carpenter, P. A., Keller, T. A., & Just, M. A. (2005). Interactions between the dorsal and ventral pathways in mental rotation: An fMRI study. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 5, 54-66.

Koshino, H., Carpenter, P. A., Minshew, N. J., Cherkassky, V., Keller, T. A., & Just, M. A. (2005). Functional connectivity in an fMRI working memory task in high functioning autism. NeuroImage, 24, 810-821.

Gonzalez, C., Dana, J., Koshino, H., & Just, M. A. (2005). The framing effect and risky decisions: examining cognitive functions with fMRI. Journal of Economic Psychology, 26, 1-20.

Koshino, H. (2001). Activation and inhibition of stimulus features in conjunction search. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 8, 294-300.

Koshino, H., Boase, G. A., & Ferraro, F. R. (2000). A relationship between cognitive ability and positive and negative priming in identity and spatial tasks. Journal of General Psychology, 127, 372-382.

Juola, J. F., Koshino, H., Warner, C. B., McMickell, M., & Peterson, M. (2000). Automatic and voluntary control of attention in young and elderly adults. American Journal of Psychology, 113, 159-178.

Juola, J. F., Koshino, H., & Warner, C. B. (1995). Tradeoffs between attentional effects of spatial cues and abrupt onsets. Perception & Psychophysics, 57, 333-342.

Koshino, H., Warner, C. B., & Juola, J. F. (1992). Relative effectiveness of central and peripheral cues and abrupt onsets in visual attention. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 45A, 609-631.

Warner, C. B., Juola, J. F., & Koshino, H. (1990). Voluntary allocation versus automatic capture of visual attention. Perception & Psychophysics, 48, 243-251.