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articleKameda, Masashi; Ohmae, Shogo; Tanaka, MasakiEntrained neuronal activity to periodic visual stimuli in the primate striatum compared with the cerebellum-Elife-6-Sep-2019
articleSuzuki, Tomoki W.; Tanaka, MasakiNeural oscillations in the primate caudate nucleus correlate with different preparatory states for temporal production-Communications biology-14-Mar-2019
articleTakeya, Ryuji; Patel, Aniruddh D.; Tanaka, MasakiTemporal Generalization of Synchronized Saccades Beyond the Trained Range in Monkeys-Frontiers in Psychology-6-Nov-2018
articleKunimatsu, Jun; Suzuki, Tomoki W; Ohmae, Shogo; Tanaka, MasakiDifferent contributions of preparatory activity in the basal ganglia and cerebellum for self-timing-Elife-2-Jul-2018
article (author version)Suzuki, Tomoki W.; Tanaka, MasakiCausal Role of Noradrenaline in the Timing of Internally Generated Saccades in MonkeysCausal role of noradrenaline in the timing of internally-generated saccades in monkeysNeuroscience-16-Dec-2017
articleTakeya, Ryuji; Kameda, Masashi; Patel, Aniruddh D.; Tanaka, MasakiPredictive and tempo-flexible synchronization to a visual metronome in monkeys-Scientific reports-21-Jul-2017
articleOhmae, Shogo; Kunimatsu, Jun; Tanaka, MasakiCerebellar Roles in Self-Timing for Sub- and Supra-Second Intervals-The Journal of Neuroscience-29-Mar-2017
article (author version)Uematsu, Akiko; Ohmae, Shogo; Tanaka, MasakiFacilitation of temporal prediction by electrical stimulation to the primate cerebellar nuclei-Neuroscience-27-Mar-2017
article (author version)Kunimatsu, Jun; Tanaka, MasakiStriatal dopamine modulates timing of self-initiated saccades-Neuroscience-19-Nov-2016
articleSuzuki, Tomoki W.; Kunimatsu, Jun; Tanaka, MasakiCorrelation between Pupil Size and Subjective Passage of Time in Non-Human Primates-Journal of neuroscience-2-Nov-2016
articleKunimatsu, Jun; Suzuki, Tomoki W.; Tanaka, MasakiImplications of Lateral Cerebellum in Proactive Control of Saccades-Journal of neuroscience-29-Jun-2016
articleOhmae, Shogo; Tanaka, MasakiTwo different mechanisms for the detection of stimulus omission-Scientific Reports-5-Feb-2016
articleKunimatsu, Jun; Miyamoto, Naoki; Ishikawa, Masayori; Shirato, Hiroki; Tanaka, MasakiApplication of radiosurgical techniques to produce a primate model of brain lesions-Frontiers in systems neuroscience-24-Apr-2015
articleMatsushima, Ayano; Tanaka, MasakiDifferential Neuronal Representation of Spatial Attention Dependent on Relative Target Locations during Multiple Object Tracking-Journal of Neuroscience-23-Jul-2014
article (author version)Matsushima, Ayano; Tanaka, MasakiManipulation of Object Choice by Electrical Microstimulation in Macaque Frontal Eye Fields-Cerebral cortex-Jun-2014
articleMatsushima, Ayano; Tanaka, MasakiDifferent Neuronal Computations of Spatial Working Memory for Multiple Locations within versus across Visual Hemifields-Journal of Neuroscience-16-Apr-2014
articleOhmae, Shogo; Uematsu, Akiko; Tanaka, MasakiTemporally Specific Sensory Signals for the Detection of Stimulus Omission in the Primate Deep Cerebellar Nuclei-Journal of neuroscience-25-Sep-2013
article (author version)Matsushima, Ayano; Tanaka, MasakiRetrospective and prospective information coding by different neurons in the prefrontal cortex-Neuroreport-23-Jan-2013
articleMatsushima, Ayano; Tanaka, MasakiNeuronal Correlates of Multiple Top–Down Signals during Covert Tracking of Moving Objects in Macaque Prefrontal Cortex-Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience-Oct-2012
articleKunimatsu, Jun; Tanaka, MasakiRoles of the Primate Motor Thalamus in the Generation of Antisaccades-Journal of Neuroscience-7-Apr-2010
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