Keiichi Kitajo

Affiliations: 
RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Wakō-shi, Saitama-ken, Japan 
Area:
cognitive neuroscience, computational neuroscience, TMS=EEG, nonlinear dynamics, oscillations, synchrony
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Nakatani H, Kawasaki M, Kitajo K, et al. (2021) Frequency-dependent effects of EEG phase resetting on reaction time. Neuroscience Research
Ueda KI, Kitajo K, Yamaguchi Y, et al. (2019) Neural network model for path-finding problems with the self-recovery property. Physical Review. E. 99: 032207
Kawasaki M, Kitajo K, Yamaguchi Y. (2018) Sensory-motor synchronization in the brain corresponds to behavioral synchronization between individuals. Neuropsychologia
Kawasaki M, Kitajo K, Fukao K, et al. (2017) Frontal theta activation during motor synchronization in autism. Scientific Reports. 7: 15034
Matsuda T, Kitajo K, Yamaguchi Y, et al. (2017) A point process modeling approach for investigating the effect of online brain activity on perceptual switching. Neuroimage
Kawasaki M, Kitajo K, Yamaguchi Y. (2014) Fronto-parietal and fronto-temporal theta phase synchronization for visual and auditory-verbal working memory. Frontiers in Psychology. 5: 200
Kleberg FI, Kitajo K, Kawasaki M, et al. (2014) Ongoing theta oscillations predict encoding of subjective memory type. Neuroscience Research. 83: 69-80
Ozaki TJ, Sato N, Kitajo K, et al. (2012) Traveling EEG slow oscillation along the dorsal attention network initiates spontaneous perceptual switching. Cognitive Neurodynamics. 6: 185-98
Shimaoka D, Kitajo K, Kaneko K, et al. (2011) Role of spontaneous phase coherence across cortical areas on visual perception Neuroscience Research. 71
Kitajo K, Nakagawa Y, Uno Y, et al. (2011) State-dependency in large-scale propagation of phase resetting of ongoing activity Neuroscience Research. 71
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