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HIP 2014-09-26
10:55
Nara Nara Prefectural New Public Hall [Invited Talk] Spatiotemporal receptive field map of motion-sensitive neurons in cortical areas MT/MST across saccadic eye movements
Naoko Inaba, Kenji Kawano (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2014-55
Our vision remains stable and continuous despite self-induced retinal image motion. To understand the neuronal mechanism... [more] HIP2014-55
pp.67-72
HIP 2013-09-12
14:50
Kyoto NICT Keihanna building An Advanced Real-Time Eye Tracking System Using a High Frame-Rate Digital Camera
Keiji Matsuda (AIST), Kenji Kawano, Kenichiro Miura (Kyoto Univ.) HIP2013-51
 [more] HIP2013-51
pp.11-16
NC 2011-10-19
10:45
Fukuoka Ohashi Campus, Kyushu Univ. Optokinetic responses in humans: Dependence on spatial frequency of sinusoidal gratings
Kenichiro Miura (Kyoto Univ), Masakatsu Taki (Kyoto Pref Univ Med), Akitoshi Hanazawa (Kyutech), Kenji Kawano (Kyoto Univ) NC2011-46
Optokinetic responses (OKRs) are reflexive eye movements elicited by moving visual patterns. Several studies have shown ... [more] NC2011-46
pp.5-10
NC, IPSJ-BIO [detail] 2011-06-24
09:00
Okinawa 50th Anniversary Memorial Hall, University of the Ryukyus Mechanisms of target selection underlying saccades and smooth pursuit eye movements
Kenichiro Miura, Yusuke, Sakato, Kenji Kawano, Tadashi Ogawa (Kyoto Univ.) NC2011-5
Two eye movements are involved in the ocular tracking of a moving visual target. One is a fast and ballistic eye movemen... [more] NC2011-5
pp.61-66
NC 2010-07-27
09:55
Kyoto Kyoto University Activity of MT/MST neurons of monkey cortex: dependence on spatiotemporal frequency of visual motion stimuli
Yuki Aoki, Kenichiro Miura, Kenji Kawano (Kyoto Univ.) NC2010-30
Areas MT (middle temporal) and MST (medial superior temporal) involve neurons that are closely related to the analysis o... [more] NC2010-30
pp.7-12
NC 2010-07-27
10:30
Kyoto Kyoto University Different Functions Between the Human Middle Temporal and Medial Superior Temporal Areas during Pursuit Eye Movement
Tetsuya Yamamoto, Hiroki Yamamoto (Kyoto Univ.), Hiroaki Mano (Kyoto Univ./Meiji Univ. of Integrative Med.), Masahiro Umeda, Chuzo Tanaka (Meiji Univ. of Integrative Med.), Kenji Kawano (Kyoto Univ.) NC2010-31
It has been demonstrated that two motion-sensitive areas of monkeys, the middle temporal (MT) and medial superior tempor... [more] NC2010-31
pp.13-18
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2009-03-12
13:00
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. The dependence of the physiologically isoluminant point on the spatiotemporal frequency of the stimulus
Kiyoto Matsuura, Kenichiro Miura, Kenji Kawano (Kyoto Univ.) NC2008-130
In studying the neural mechanisms underlying color motion processing, physiologically isoluminant stimuli have been used... [more] NC2008-130
pp.159-164
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2008-03-12
17:30
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ Initiation of smooth pursuit: Effect of visual properties of the target and contextual modulation
Kenichiro Miura, Hiromitsu Tabata, Kenji Kawano (Kyoto Univ) NC2007-147
Smooth pursuit eye movement allows us to track a moving visual target. The present study was undertaken to determine whe... [more] NC2007-147
pp.209-214
NC 2005-10-17
- 2005-10-18
Kyoto   Effect of climbing fibre input on cerebellar purkinje cell activity
Yuichi Kobayashi (NAIST), Mitsuo Kawato (ATR-CNS), Kenji Kawano (Kyouto-U), Yasushi Kobayashi (Osaka-U)
 [more] NC2005-39
pp.13-17
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