Mori, K. (2007) A Revised Method for Projecting Two Different Movies to Two Groups of Viewers without Their Noticing the Duality. Behavior Research Methods, 39, 574-578.
 Mori, K. (2007) Projecting Two Words with One Machine: A Method for Presenting Two Different Visual Stimuli Using Just One Projector without Viewers’ Noticing the Duality. Behavior Research Methods, 39, 811-815.
 Kanematsu, H., Mori, K. and Mori, H. (1996) Memory Distortion in Eyewitness Pairs Who Observed Nonconforming Events and Discussed Them. Cognitive Studies: Bulletin of the Japanese Cognitive Science Society, 3, 29-40.
 Hirokawa, K., Matsuno, E., Mori, K. and Ukita, J. (2006) Relationship between Masculinity-Femininity and Concession in an Experimental Collaborative Eyewitness Testimony. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 9, 132-139.
 French, L., Garry, M. and Mori, K. (2008) You Say Tomato? Collaborative Remembering Leads to More False Memories for Intimate Couples than for Strangers. Memory, 16, 262-273.
 French, L., Garry, M. and Mori, K. (2011) Relative—Not Absolute—Judgments of Credibility Affect Susceptibility to Misinformation Conveyed during Discussion. Acta Psychologica, 136, 119-128.
 Mori, K. and Takahashi, R. (2012) Pre-Schoolers’ Reports of Conflicting Points Secretly Inserted into a Co-Witnessed Event: An Experimental Investigation Using the MORI Technique. Psychology, 3, 30-35.
 Mori, K. and Arai, M. (2010) No Need to Fake It: Reproduction of the Asch Experiment without Using Confederates. International Journal of Psychology, 45, 390-397.
 Mori, K. and Mori, H. (2013) Japanese Are Modest Even When They Are Winners: Competence Ratings of Self and Others in Social Comparison. Psychology, 4, 827-830.
 Alicke, M.D., LoSchiavo, F.M., Zerbst, J. and Zhang, S. (1997) The Person Who Outperforms Me Is a Genius: Maintaining Perceived Competence in Upward Social Comparison. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 73, 781-789.
 Garry, M., French, L., Kinzett, T. and Mori, K. (2008) Eyewitness Memory Following Discussion: Using the MORI Technique with a Western Sample. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 22, 431-439.