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東京大学大学院 情報理工学系研究科 システム情報学専攻 天野研究室(システム第六研究室)
TEL:03-5841-0446
e-mail:kaoru_amano[at]ipc.i.u-tokyo.ac.jp

研究発表(国外)

Papers

  1. Ikko Kimura, Hiroki Oishi, Masamichi J Hayashi, Kaoru Amano. (2021):
    Microstructural properties of human brain revealed by fractional anisotropy can predict the after-effect of intermittent theta burst stimulation,
    Cerebral Cortex Communications, tgab065.
  2. Cortese, A., Tanaka, C,S., Amano, K., Koizumi, A., Lau, H., Sasaki, Y., Shibata, K., Taschereau-Dumouche, V., Watanabe, T., Kawato, M. (2021):
    The DecNef collection, fMRI data from closed-loop decoded neurofeedback experiments,
    Scientific Data 8, Article number: 65.
  3. Masuda, Y., Takemura, H., Terao, M., Miyazaki, A., Ogawa, S., Horiguchi, H., Nakadomari, S., Matsumoto, K., Nakano, T., Wandell, B., Amano, K. (2020):
    V1 projection zone signals in human macular degeneration depend on task despite absence of visual stimulus,
    Current Biology 31(1), pp. 1-7, 2021.
  4. Koizumi, A., Hori, T., Maniscalco, B., Hayase, M., Mishima, R., Kawashima, T., Miyata, J., Aso, T., Lau, H., Takahashi, H., Amano,K. (2020):
    Atypical spatial frequency dependence of visual metacognition among schizophrenia patients,
    NeuroImage: Clinical 27, 102296.
  5. Takemura, H., Yuasa, K., Amano, K. (2020):
    Predicting neural response latency of the human early visual cortex from MRI-Based tissue measurements of the optic radiation,
    eNeuro 7(4).
  6. Minami, S., Oishi, H., Takemura, H., Amano, K. (2020):
    Inter-individual differences in occipital alpha oscillations correlate with white matter tissue properties of the optic radiation,
    eNeuro 7(2).
  7. Koizumi, A., Zhan, M., Ban, H., Kida, I., De Martino, F. J., Vaessen, M., de Gelder, B., Amano, K. (2019) :
    Threat anticipation in pulvinar and in superficial layers of primary visual cortex (V1). Evidence from layer-specific ultra-high field 7T fMRI,
    eNeuro 6(6).
  8. Oishi, H., Takemura, H., Aoki, C, S., Fujita, I., Amano, K. (2018):
    Microstructural properties of the vertical occipital fasciculus explain the variability in human stereoacuity,
    Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115(48), 12289–12294.
  9. Kupers, E., Wang, H., Amano, K., Kay, K., Heeger, D. Winawer, J. (2018):
    A non-invasive, quantitative study of broadband spectral responses in human visual cortex,
    PLoS One 13(3): e0193107.
  10. Minami, S., Amano, K. (2017):
    Illusory jitter perceived at the frequency of alpha oscillations,
    Current Biology 27(15), 2344–2351.
  11. Cortese, A., Amano, K., Koizumi, A., Lau, H. & Kawato, M. (2017):
    Decoded fMRI neurofeedback can induce bidirectional confidence changes within single participants,
    Neuroimage 149, 323-337
  12. Cortese, A., Amano, K., Koizumi, A., Kawato, M. & Lau, H. (2016):
    Multivoxel neurofeedback selectively modulates confidence without changing perceptual performance,
    Nature Communications7, Article number: 13669
  13. Koizumi, A., Amano, K., Cortese, A., Shibata, K., Yoshida, W., Seymour, B., Kawato, M. & Lau, H. (2016):
    Fear reduction without fear through reinforcement of neural activity that bypasses conscious exposure,
    Nature Human Behaviour 1, Article number: 0006
  14. Amano, K., Qi, L., Terada, Y & Nishida, S. (2016):
    Neural correlates of the time marker for the perception of event timing,
    eNeuro 3(4).
  15. Amano, K., Shibata, K., Kawato, M., Sasaki, Y. & Watanabe, T. (2016):
    Learning to Associate Orientation with Color in Early Visual Areas by Associative Decoded fMRI Neurofeedback,
    Current Biology 26(14), 1861–1866.
  16. Uno, Y., Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2013):
    Development of a generative model of magnetoencephalography noise that enables brain signal extraction from single-epoch data,
    Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing 51(8), 937-951.
  17. Takemura, H., Ashida, H., Amano, K., Kitaoka, A. & Murakami, I. (2012):
    Neural correlates of induced motion perception in the human brain,
    The Journal of Neuroscience 32(41), 14344-14354.
  18. Amano, K., Takeda, T., Haji, T., Terao, M., Maruya, K., Matsumoto, K., Murakami, I. & Nishida, S. (2012):
    Human neural responses involved in spatial pooling of locally ambiguous motion signals,
    Journal of Neurophysiology 107(12), 3493-3508.
  19. Aoshika, H., Nara, T., Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2011):
    Computation of multipole moments from incomplete boundary data for Magnetoencephalography inverse problem,
    JSIAM Letters 3, 65-68.
  20. Kogai, T., Aoyama, A.,  Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2011):
    Visual mismatch response evoked by a perceptually indistinguishable oddball,
    Neuroreport 22(11), 535-538.
  21. Qi, L., Amano, K., Shimono, M. & Takeda, T. (2010):
    MEG feature selection for motion prediction,
    The Journal of Japan Biomagnetism and Bioelectromagnetics Society 22(2), 3-10.
  22. Maruya, K., Amano, K. & Nishida, S. (2010):
    Conditional spatial-frequency selective pooling of one-dimensional motion signals into global two-dimensional motion,
    Vision Research 50(11), 1056-1064.
  23. Winawer, J., Horiguchi, H., Sayres, R., Amano, K. & Wandell, B. (2010):
    Mapping hV4 and ventral occipital cortex: The venous eclipse,
    Journal of Vision 10(5), article 1. [Full Text]
  24. Amano, K., Edwards, M., Badcock, D., Nishida, S. (2009):
    Spatial-frequency tuning in the pooling of one- and two-dimensional motion signals,
    Vision Research 49, 2862-2869.
  25. Amano, K., Wandell, B. & Dumoulin, S. (2009):
    Visual field maps, population receptive field sizes, and visual field coverage in the human MT+ complex,
    Journal of Neurophysiology 102, 2704-2718.
  26. Amano, K., Kimura, T., Nishida, S., Takeda, T. & Gomi, H. (2009):
    Close similarity between Spatiotemporal frequency tunings of human cortical responses and involuntary manual following responses to visual motion,
    Journal of Neurophysiology 101, 888-897.
  27. Amano, K. Edwards, M., Badcock, D. & Nishida, S. (2009):
    Adaptive ppooling of visual motion signals by the human visual system revealed with a novel multi-element stimulus,
    Journal of Vision 9(3), article 4, 1-25. [Full Text]
  28. Amano, K., Arnold, D., Takeda, T. & Johnston, A. (2008):
    Alpha band amplification during illusory jitter perception,
    Journal of Vision 8(10), article 3, 1-8. [Full Text]
  29. Shimono, M., Owaki, T., Amano, K., Kitajo, K. & Takeda, T. (2007):
    Functional modulation of power-law distributions in visual perception,
    Physical Review E 75(5), 1-5.
  30. Amano, K., Johnston, A. & Nishida, S. (2007):
    Two mechanisms underlying the effect of angle of motion direction change on colour-motion asynchrony,
    Vision Research 47(5), 687-705.
  31. Amano, K., Goda, N., Nishida, S., Ejima, Y., Takeda, T. & Ohtani, Y. (2006):
    Estimation of the timing of human visual perception from magnetoencephalography,
    The Journal of Neuroscience 26(15), 3981-3991.
  32. Amano, K., Nishida, S. & Takeda, T. (2006):
    MEG responses correlated with the visual perception of velocity change ,
    Vision Research 46(3), 336-345.
  33. Amano, K., Kuriki, I. & Takeda, T. (2005):
    Direction-specific adaptation of magnetic responses to motion onset,
    Vision Research 45(19), 2533-2548.
  34. Amano, K., Nishida, S. & Takeda, T. (2004):
    Enhanced Neural Responses Correlated with Perceptual Binding of Color and Motion,
    Neurology and Clinical Neurophysiology 48.

Invited talks

  1. Amano, K. (2019): Non-invasive manipulation of human brain activities and its application, Applying Neuroscience to Business.
  2. Amano, K. (2018): Watching the brain oscillate, The 1st OIST×CiNetWS for Future Neuroscience and Technology.
  3. Amano, K. (2018): Toward the neural causes of human visual perception, MOST – NICT Joint Workshop on AI for ICT.
  4. Amano, K. (2018): Illusory jitter perceived at the frequency of alpha oscillations, The Forth CiNet Conference — Neural oscillation and functional connectivity: from anatomy to perception.
  5. Amano, K. (2017): Toward the neural cause of human visual perception, ISSA Summer School 2017.
  6. Amano, K. (2016): Toward the neural cause of human visual perception and behavior, Kochi University of Technology.
  7. Amano, K. (2015): Toward the neural cause of human visual perception and behavior, The 11th Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision (APCV 2015), Nanyang (Singapore).
  8. Amano, K. (2015): Toward the neural cause of human visual perception and behavior, The Second CiNet Conference — International Symposium on Neural Mechanisms of Vision and Cognition.
  9. Amano, K. (2013): From neural correlates to neural causes of visual perception, RIKEN Mini Symposium– “Human Perception and Decision Making” .
  10. Amano, K. (2010): Humanneural responses involved in spatial pooling of locally-ambiguous motion signals, International Workshop on Visual Motion Perception and its Brain Mechanism, Kyoto University.
  11. Amano, K., Nishida, S. and Takeda, T. (2004): MEG responses correlated with perceptual binding of color and motion, ICN Workshop: Temporal Processing and Cross Modal Perception, London.

Conference papers

  1. Kimura I., Oishi H., Hayashi J. M., Kaoru A. (2021): The microstructural changes in human brain induced by intermittent theta burst stimulation, Brain Box Initiative Conference 2021.
  2. Hayashi, M.J., Amano, K.(2021): Format-dependent representations of time intervals, 43rd European Conference on Visual Perception.
  3. Oishi, H., Takemura, H., Amano, K.(2021): Quantitative structural mapping of the lateral geniculate nucleus subdivisions in living human brain, Organization for Human Brain Mapping.
  4. Kimura, I., Oishi, H., Hayashi, M.J., Amano, K.(2021): Predicting the response to intermittent theta burst stimulation (iTBS) from the microstructural properties of the white matter, Cognitive Neuroscience Society 2021 Virtual Meeting.
  5. Kawashima, T., Hayashi, M.J., & Amano, K. (2019): Behavioral oscillations in temporal attention, Neural Oscillation Conference 2019, Kyoto.
  6. Shibusawa, S., Otsuka, A., Amano, K. (2019): Noise reduction in MEG measurement during transcranial electrical current stimulation, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Chicago.
  7. Oishi, H., Takemura, H., Amano, K.(2019): Using macromolecular tissue volume mapping to parcellate magno and parvo subdivisions in the human lateral geniculate nucleus, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Chicago.
  8. Oishi, H., Takemura, H., Amano, K.(2019): Using macromolecular tissue volume mapping to identify subdivisions in human lateral geniculate nucleus, APCV2019 Symposium “Neural oscillations and behavioral oscillations”, Osaka.
  9. Amano, K. (2019): Illusory jitter perceived at the frequency of alpha oscillations, APCV2019 Symposium “Neural oscillations and behavioral oscillations”, Osaka.
  10. Yuasa, K., Takemura, H., Motoyoshi I., Amano, K., (2018): Feedforward and feedback neural signals involved in visual awareness, The 1st  OISTxCiNet WS for Future Neuroscience and Technology, Naha, Japan.
  11. Amano, K. (2018): Illusory jitter perceived at the frequency of alpha oscillations, The 4th CiNet Conference: Neural oscillation and functional connectivity: from anatomy to perception, Osaka.
  12. Yuasa, K., Takemura, H., Motoyoshi, I., Amano, K. (2018): Oscillatory feedforward and feedback signals in response to a visual target, The 4th CiNet Conference: Neural oscillation and functional connectivity: from anatomy to perception, Osaka.
  13. Koizumi, A., Zhan, M., Ban, H., Kida, I., Vaessen, M., de Gelder, B., Amano, K. (2018): False percept of threat emerges from excessive activity in the V1 superficial layers, The annual meeting of Social & Affective Neuroscience Society, New York. SANS poster award.
  14. Murai, R., Manassi, M., Prinzmetal, B., Amano, K., Whitney, D. (2018): Prestimulus alpha phase predicts serial dependence of face perception, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, San Diego (California)
  15. Yuasa, K., Takemura, H., Motoyoshi, I., Amano, K. (2018): Two streams of feedback signals from parietal cortex to visual areas subserve visual awareness, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, San Diego (California)
  16. Takemura, H., Berman, S., Yuasa, K., Mezer, A., Amano, K. (2018): Predicting response latency of human V1 from microstructural properties along the optic radiation, Organization for Human Brain Mapping.
  17. Murai, Y., Manassi, M., Prinzmetal, B., Amano, K., Whitney, D. (2018): Serial dependence fluctuates at alpha rhythms, Vision Sciences Society, St. Pete Beach.
  18. Yuasa, K., Takemura, H., Motoyoshi, I., Amano, K. (2017): Transient oscillatory feedback from ipsilateral IPS in response to a visual target, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.
  19. Koizumi, A., Zhan, M., Ban, H., Kida, I., Vaessen, M., de Gelder, B., Amano, K. (2017): Pulvinar modulates primary visual cortex in a laminar dependent manner during perception of fear, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.
  20. Cortese, A., Amano, K., Koizumi, A., Lau, H., Kawato, M. (2017): Within-participant bidirectional confidence changes induced by multivoxel patterns manipulation, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience.Washington, D.C.
  21. Oishi, H., Takemura, H., Aoki, S., Fujita, I. (2017): Human white matter structural properties correlate with individual diference in stereoacuity, Vision Sciences Society, p.194, St. Pete Beach.
  22. Fujita, M., Aoki, S., Ban, H., Amano, K., Fujita, I. (2017): Task-dependent modulation of BOLD responses reveals distinct roles of dorsal and ventral pathways in stereoscopic depth perception, Vision Sciences Society, p.194, St. Pete Beach, VSS Student Travel Award .
  23. Minami, S., Oishi, H., Takemura, H., Amano, K. (2017): Functional roles of alpha oscillations underlying the communication between dorsal and ventral visual areas, Vision Sciences Society, p.288, St. Pete Beach.
  24. Koizumi, A., Amano, K., Cortese, A., Yoshida, W., Seymour, B., Kawato, M., and Lau, H.(2017): Fear reduction without fear through reinforcement of neural activity that bypasses conscious exposure, rtFIN (real-time functional imaging and neurofeedback conference), Nara, Japan.
  25. Minami, S., Amano, K. (2016): Illusory jitter perceived at the frequency of intrinsic alpha oscillation, Vision Sciences Society, p.269, St. Pete Beach, VSS Student Travel Award .
  26. Oishi, H., Takemura, H., Aoki, S., Fujita, I., Amano, K. (2016): Diffusion properties of human visual white matter correlate with stereoacuity, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Sandiego.
  27. Minami, S., Amano, K. (2015): Alpha oscillation as a clock for visual processing -Illusory jitter frequency correlated with individual alpha frequency-, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Chicago.
  28. Amano, K. (2014): Phenomenal consciousness created by decoded neurofeedback,Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.
  29. Amano, K. (2014): Phenomenal consciousness created by decoded neurofeedback, i-Perception volume 5, pages 411
  30. Amano, K., Qi, L., Takeda, T. & Nishida, S. (2013): Neural correlates of time marker for simultaneity judgment, Vision Sciences Society meeting, p.153, Naples.
  31. Yuasa K., Aoyama A., Amano K., Takeda T. (2013): An MEG study of cortical object representation independent of stimulus modality, 7th East Asia Symposium on Superconductive Electronics, Taipei, Taiwan.
  32. Uno, Y., Amano, K. and Takeda, T. (2012): Stabilization of multipole expansion in the signal space separation, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans.
  33. Sone, T., Amano, K. and Takeda, T. (2012): Neural basis of lag-adaptation effect, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans.
  34. Oka, K., Amano, K., Uno, Y., Sone, T. and Takeda, T. (2012): The study of synchrony judgment mechanism using multisensory brain activity, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans.
  35. Nara, T., Amano, K. and Takeda, T. (2012): An explicit method for MEG inverse problem with the equivalent current dipoles and quadrupoles source model, 18th International conference on Biomagnetisom.
  36. Qi, L., Amano, K. and Takeda, T. (2012): Estimation of visual perception timing for gradual onset of random-dots coherent motion, 18th International conference on Biomagnetisom.
  37. Yuasa, K., Amano, K., Aoyama, A. and Takeda, T. (2012): The analysis of objective recognition free from stimulus modality, 18th International conference on Biomagnetisom.
  38. Yuasa, K., Amano, K., Aoyama, A. and Takeda, T. (2011): Measurement of brain activity related to conceptual recognition during sensory and semantic tasks, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.
  39. Qi, L., Amano, K. and Takeda, T. (2011): Subject-dependent feature selection for meg-based bci application, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.
  40. Yuasa K., Aoyama A., Amano K., Takeda T. (2011): Measurement of Brain Activity Related to Conceptual Recognition during Sensory and Semantic Tasks, 8th International Symposium on Noninvasive Functional Source Imaging of the Brain and Heart & 8th International Conference on Bioelectromagnetism, Banff, Canada.
  41. Takemura, H., Ashida, H., Amano, K., Kitaoka, A. and Murakami, I. (2011): Neural correlates of induced motion perception in the human visual cortex, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.
  42. Takahashi, T., Amano, K., Motoyoshi, I., Someya, Y. and Honda, S. (2011): Cortical responses to invisible target during adaptation-induced blindness: An fMRI study, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.
  43. Amano, K., Takahashi, T., Takeda, T. and Motoyoshi, I. (2011): Neural responses involved in adaptation-induced blindnessJournal of Vision, September 23, 2011 vol. 11 no. 11 article 184.
  44. Amano, K., Takahashi, T., Takeda, T. and Motoyoshi, I. (2010): Neural responses involved in adaptation induced blindness, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, San Diego.
  45. Amano, K., Narushima, D. and Takeda, T. (2010): Task decoding based on the change in functional connectivity. . Conference Abstract: Biomag 2010 – 17th International Conference on Biomagnetism . doi: 10.3389/conf.fnins.2010.06.00220
  46. Uno, Y., Amano, K. and Takeda, T. (2010): Extraction of evoked magnetic field from single epoch MEG data with recursive Bayesian approach. Conference Abstract: Biomag 2010 – 17th International Conference on Biomagnetism . doi: 10.3389/conf.fnins.2010.06.00129
  47. Qi, L., Amano, K. and Takeda, T. (2010): MEG feature selection in movement trajectory prediction. Conference Abstract: Biomag 2010 – 17th International Conference on Biomagnetism . doi: 10.3389/conf.fnins.2010.06.00259
  48. Amano, K., Narushima, D. and Takeda, T. (2009): Task-dependent change in functional connectivity between visual and auditory areas, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Chicago.
  49. Winawer, J., Sayres, R., Amano, K., Horiguchi, H. and Wandell, B. (2009): Visual Field Coverage of Human V4 [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 9(8): 768, 768a, http://journalofvision.org/9/8/768/, doi: 10.1167/9.8.768.
  50. Amano, K., Wandell, B., & Dumoulin, S. (2008): The visual field representation and population receptive field size in the human MT+ complex, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.
  51. Gomi, H., Amano, K. & Kimura, T. (2008): Impact of spatial integration of visual motion on the quick manual response and related brain activity observed by MEG, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Washington, D.C.
  52. Nishida, S., Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2008): Dissociation between simultaneity judgment and reaction time to coherent motion onset: A magnetoencephalography (MEG) analysis. Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Brisbane Australia.
  53. Amano, K., Wandell, B., & Dumoulin, S. (2008): The visual field maps in the human MT+ complex [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 8(6): 63, 63a, http://journalofvision.org/8/6/63/, doi: 10.1167/8.6.63.
  54. Amano, K., Gomi, H., Nishida, S. & Kimura,T. (2007): Population activity induced by visual motion highly correlated with involuntarily induced quick manual response, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, San Diego (California).
  55. Gomi, H., Amano, K. & Kimura, T. (2007): Information processing of online visuomotor control for interaction with dynamic environments, The 3rd International Symposium on Measurement, Analysis and Modeling of Human Functions (Fragoso I, Carnide F, Vieira F, eds), pp 299-305.
  56. Amano, K., Kimura, T., Nishida, S., Takeda, T. & Gomi, H. (2007): Visual motion evoked MEG responses highly correlated with involuntarily induced quick manual response, Bay Area Vision Research Day, UC Berkeley (California).
  57. Shimono, M., Owaki, T., Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2007): Functional modulation of power-law distribution in visual perception, RIKEN SYMPOSIUM “Brain activity and information integration”.
  58. Nishida, S., Amano, K., Edwards, M. & Badcock, D. (2007): Spatial frequency tuning of motion integration across space and orientation [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 7(9): 399, 399a, http://journalofvision.org/7/9/399/.
  59. Gomi, H., Amano, K. & Kimura, T. (2007): Effect of spatial integration of visual motion on the quick manual response and related brain activity [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 7(9): 427, 427a, http://journalofvision.org/7/9/427/.
  60. Amano, K., Ohtsuka, K., Takeda, T. & Nishida, S. (2006): Neural basis of audio-visual synchrony detection studied by MEG, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta (Georgia).
  61. Nishida, S., Amano, K., Edwards, M. & Badcock, D. (2006): 2D velocity computation for global motion from 1D and 2D local motion signals, Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience, Atlanta (Georgia).
  62. Amano, K., Arnold, D., Johnston, A. & Takeda, T. (2006): Neural correlates of illusory jitter perception: Watching the brain oscillate?, 15th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Bancover YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD.
  63. Kobayashi, A., Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2006): A study on stream/bounce illusion using MEG, 15th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Bancover.
  64. Ohkubo, T., Amano, K., Kobayashi, A., Nishida, S. & Takeda, T. (2006): Neural Basis of Intersensory Facilitation of Reaction Time, 15th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Bancover.
  65. Shimono, M., Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2006): A research on perceptual states coded in spectral exponent of MEG signals, 15th International Conference on Biomagnetism, Bancover.
  66. Amano, K. & Nishida, S. (2006): Two-stageintegration model for global Gabor/Plaid motion perception, Asian Conference on Vision, Matsue (Japan).
  67. Nishida, S., Amano, K. & Johnston, A. (2006): How Angle of Motion Direction Change Affects Colour-Motion Asynchrony, Asian Conference on Vision, Matsue (Japan).
  68. Nishida, S., Amano, K., Edwards, M. & Badcock, D. (2006): Global motion with multiple Gabors – A tool to investigate motion integration across orientation and space [Abstract]. Journal of Vision 6(6), 1084a, http://journalofvision.org/6/6/1084/.
  69. Amano, K., Arnold, D., Johnston, A. & Takeda, T. (2006): Watching the brain oscillating: A neural correlate of illusory jitter [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 6(6), 69, 69a, http://journalofvision.org/6/6/69/
  70. Amano, K., Ohtani, Y., Goda, N., Nishida, S., Ejima, Y. & Takeda, T. (2005): Predicting manual reaction time to visual stimuli by integrator model of MEG. In: The Society for Neuroscience 35th Annual Meeting, p Program No. 774. 6. Washington, D.C: Society for Neuroscience.
  71. Amano, K., Nishida, S., Ohtani, Y., Goda, N., Ejima, Y. & Takeda, T. (2005): Predicting Manual Reaction Time To Visual Motion By Temporal Integrator Model Of MEG Response [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 5(8), 844a, http://journalofvision.org/5/8/844/.
  72. Amano, K., Nishida, S. & Takeda, T. (2004): Enhanced neural responses correlated with perceptual binding of color and motion, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Biomagnetism, pp. 427-428, Boston (Massachusetts) YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD.
  73. Hasegawa, T., Owaki, T., Amano, K., Takeda, T. (2004): Analysis of modulation of MEG during auditory attention to frequency by frequency-tagged neuromagnetic responses, Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Biomagnetism, pp. 503-504, Boston (Massachusetts)
  74. Amano, K., Nishida, S. & Takeda, T. (2004): MEG responses for color-motion asynchrony [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 4(8), 554a, http://journalofvision.org/4/8/554/.
  75. Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2003): Correlationbetween magnetoencephalogram (MEG) evoked by changes in motion velocity and reaction times or discrimination thresholds [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 3(9), 402a, http://journalofvision.org/3/9/402/.
  76. Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2002): Adaptation of MEG responses to visual motion onset: template matching analysis,Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Biomagnetism, pp. 457-459, Jena.
  77. Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2002): Effect of adaptation on MEG responses evoked by visual motion-offset and -onset stimuli, NeuroImageHuman Brain Mapping 2002 Meeting, Sendai.
  78. Amano, K. & Takeda, T. (2002): Increase of brain activity during the motion aftereffect investigated by magnetoencephalogram [Abstract]. Journal of Vision, 2(7), 660a, http://journalofvision.org/2/7/660/.
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