Tadashi Ogawa

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NIPS, Rohrberg, Sachsen-Anhalt, Germany 
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Mochizuki Y, Onaga T, Shimazaki H, et al. (2016) Similarity in Neuronal Firing Regimes across Mammalian Species. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 36: 5736-47
Fujimoto A, Nishida S, Ogawa T. (2012) Dynamic alternation of primate response properties during trial-and-error knowledge updating Robotics and Autonomous Systems. 60: 747-753
Fujimoto A, Nishida S, Ogawa T. (2011) Neural activity in macaque prefrontal cortex in flexible switching of search strategies Neuroscience Research. 71: e276-e277
Ogawa T, Komatsu H. (2010) Differential temporal storage capacity in the baseline activity of neurons in macaque frontal eye field and area V4. Journal of Neurophysiology. 103: 2433-45
Tanaka T, Nishida S, Ai O, et al. (2010) Dynamic cording of target selection and saccade planning during visual search by macaque posterior parietal neurons Neuroscience Research. 68: e293
Fujimoto A, Nishida S, Tanaka T, et al. (2010) Neural activity in macaque prefrontal cortex during learning through trial-and-error behaviors Neuroscience Research. 68: e286
Harada T, Goda N, Ogawa T, et al. (2009) Distribution of colour-selective activity in the monkey inferior temporal cortex revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 30: 1960-70
Shinomoto S, Kim H, Shimokawa T, et al. (2009) Relating neuronal firing patterns to functional differentiation of cerebral cortex. Plos Computational Biology. 5: e1000433
Ogawa T, Komatsu H. (2009) Condition-dependent and condition-independent target selection in the macaque posterior parietal cortex. Journal of Neurophysiology. 101: 721-36
Tanaka T, Fujimoto A, Ogawa T. (2009) Neuronal representation of visual saliency in the macaque posterior parietal cortex Neuroscience Research. 65: S192
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