Shigeru Kitazawa

2003-2011 Department of Neurophysiology Juntendo University, Chiyoda-ku, Tōkyō-to, Japan 
 2011- Department of Brain Physiology Osaka University, Toyonaka-shi, Ōsaka-fu, Japan 
Cognitive Neuroscience, Motor systems
"Shigeru Kitazawa"
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Nishimura N, Uchimura M, Kitazawa S. (2019) Automatic encoding of a target position relative to a natural scene. Journal of Neurophysiology
Uchimura M, Kumano H, Kitazawa S. (2019) Direct coordinate transformation from the retinotopic to the allocentric in the monkey precuneus Ibro Reports. 6: S456
Nakano T, Kitazawa S. (2017) Development of long-term event memory in preverbal infants: an eye-tracking study. Scientific Reports. 7: 44086
Sekigawa-Hosozawa M, Tanaka K, Shimizu T, et al. (2016) A group of very preterm children characterized by atypical gaze patterns. Brain & Development
Chakrabarty M, Nakano T, Kitazawa S. (2016) Short-latency allocentric control of saccadic eye movements. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00451.2016
Inoue M, Uchimura M, Kitazawa S. (2016) Error Signals in Motor Cortices Drive Adaptation in Reaching. Neuron
Inoue M, Harada H, Fujisawa M, et al. (2015) Modulation of prism adaptation by a shift of background in the monkey. Behavioural Brain Research. 297: 59-66
Hanajima R, Shadmehr R, Ohminami S, et al. (2015) Spared modulation of error-sensitivity during a prism adaptation task in people with cerebellar degeneration. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00145.2015
Ohmae S, Takahashi T, Lu X, et al. (2015) Decoding the timing and target locations of saccadic eye movements from neuronal activity in macaque oculomotor areas. Journal of Neural Engineering. 12: 036014
Uchimura M, Nakano T, Morito Y, et al. (2015) Automatic representation of a visual stimulus relative to a background in the right precuneus. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 42: 1651-9
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