Alexander M. Harner

"Alexander Harner"
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Takeo Watanabe grad student 2005 Boston University
 (A self -organizing neural network model of receptive field, columnar organization, and feature map development in visual cortical areas.)
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Koyama S, Harner A, Watanabe T. (2004) Task-dependent changes of the psychophysical motion-tuning functions in the course of perceptual learning. Perception. 33: 1139-47
Koyama S, Harner A, Watanabe T. (2002) Task-dependency of tuning characteristics change in the course of perceptual learning Journal of Vision. 2: 72a
Koyama S, Harner A, Watanabe T. (2001) Different mechanisms for the learning of motion detection vs. the learning of motion direction discrimination Journal of Vision. 1: 29a
Bapi RS, Doya K, Harner AM. (2000) Evidence for effector independent and dependent representations and their differential time course of acquisition during motor sequence learning. Experimental Brain Research. 132: 149-62
Watanabe T, Harner AM, Miyauchi S, et al. (1998) Task-dependent influences of attention on the activation of human primary visual cortex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 95: 11489-92
Watanabe T, Harner A, Nielsen ML, et al. (1997) F-mri reveals that selective attention to one way translation activates vi while attention to expansion activates higher cortices Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science. 38: S460
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