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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
SP, IPSJ-MUS, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2022-06-17
10:50
Online Online [Invited Talk] Hearing and vocalization in birds
Kazuo Okanoya (Teikyo U) SP2022-1
Songbirds learn their territorial and mating songs through auditory feedback. Their songs have complex and precise acous... [more] SP2022-1
pp.1-2
SP, IPSJ-MUS, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2022-06-17
13:00
Online Online Characterization of Audio-Vocal Mirror Neurons in The Songbird Basal Ganglia
Yuka Suzuki (The Univ. of Tokyo), Shin Yanagihara, Kazuo Okanoya (Teikyo Univ.) SP2022-5
Integration of auditory and vocal-motor information is essential for songbirds to learn a song. Neurons in the premotor ... [more] SP2022-5
pp.14-17
SP, IPSJ-MUS, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2022-06-17
15:00
Online Online Effects of sequential grouping on rhythm perception
Jun Nitta, Sotaro Kondoh, Ryosuke O. Tachibana (UT), Kazuo Okanoya (Teikyo Univ.) SP2022-7
(To be available after the conference date) [more] SP2022-7
pp.24-25
SP, IPSJ-MUS, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2022-06-17
15:00
Online Online Conditions for octave equivalence : based on verification in rat.
Riseru Koshiishi (Tokyo Univ.), Kazuo Okanoya (Teikyo Univ.) SP2022-12
 [more] SP2022-12
pp.47-48
SP, IPSJ-MUS, IPSJ-SLP [detail] 2022-06-18
15:00
Online Online [Poster Presentation] Subjective intensity of musical beats: a psychophysical quantification
Sotaro Kondoh (UTokyo), Kazuo Okanoya (Teikyo Univ. UTokyo), Ryosuke O. Tachibana (UTokyo) SP2022-20
Meter is the core of the musical structure. We perceive meter as one strong beat and several weak beats. The intensity o... [more] SP2022-20
pp.88-89
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2017-05-16
16:10
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Traffic jam induced the approach motivational component of anger characterized by asymmetric frontal brain activity in elderly adults -- A NIRS study --
Ryuzaburo Nakata (Nagoya Univ.), Namiko Kubo-Kawai (Aichi Shukutoku Univ.), Kazuo Okanoya (Tokyo Univ.), Nobuyuki Kawai (Nagoya Univ.) HCS2017-13 HIP2017-13
Previous studies suggest that left-superior asymmetry in the brain activity reflects approach motivation of anger. As pe... [more] HCS2017-13 HIP2017-13
pp.107-111
TL 2014-08-12
15:30
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall The learning of an A^2 B^2 artificial grammar by adults and children in a go/no-go paradigm
Shiro Ojima (Univ. of Tokyo/Shiga Univ.), Kazuo Okanoya (Univ. of Tokyo) TL2014-19
(Advance abstract in Japanese is available) [more] TL2014-19
pp.43-48
SP, IPSJ-MUS 2014-05-25
11:30
Tokyo   [研究紹介] Adaptive adjustment of local temporal structure in song of Bengalese finches
Ryosuke O. Tachibana, Neal A. Hessler, Kazuo Okanoya (Univ. of Tokyo) SP2014-44
Learning and maintenance of songbird vocalizations requires precise control of both spectral and temporal structure. It ... [more] SP2014-44
pp.407-410
HIP, HCS, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2013-05-30
14:00
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center A temporal dynamics of cognitive and affective empathy in contagious yawing -- An ERP study --
Kenta Kubo (Nagoya Univ./JST), Kazuo Okanoya (Univ. Tokyo/JST), Nobuyuki Kawai (Nagoya Univ./JST) HCS2013-7 HIP2013-7
We may imitate the other's action unconsciously. Not only facial expression and gesture, but contagious yawning is also ... [more] HCS2013-7 HIP2013-7
pp.37-41
NC 2012-01-26
14:25
Hokkaido Future University Hakodate A recurrent network for multisensory integration -- Identification of common sources of audiovisual stimuli --
Itsuki Yamashita (Tokyo Univ.), Kentaro Katahira (JST), Yasuhiko Igarashi (Tokyo Univ.), Kazuo Okanoya (JST), Masato Okada (Tokyo Univ.) NC2011-105
We percept surrounding environments using several organs of sense. How we estimate surrounding information from multisen... [more] NC2011-105
pp.47-52
NC 2011-10-20
13:10
Fukuoka Ohashi Campus, Kyushu Univ. Statistical Mechanics of Node-Perturbation Learning for Nonlinear Perceptron
Kazuyuki Hara (Nihon Univ.), Kentaro Katahira (JST), Kazuo Okanoya (RIKEN), Masato Okada (Tokyo Univ.) NC2011-63
Node-perturbation learning is a kind of statistical gradient descent algorithm that can be applied to problems where the... [more] NC2011-63
pp.107-112
NC 2011-07-26
15:55
Hyogo Graduate School of Engineering, Kobe University Bayesian decision making model accounts for matching behavior
Hiroshi Saito (Univ. of Tokyo), Kentaro Katahira (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN/JST-ERATO), Kazuo Okanoya (RIKEN/JST), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN/JST) NC2011-44
It is an important issue whether decision making processes in human and animal brains are deterministic or probabilistic... [more] NC2011-44
pp.129-134
HIP, HCS 2011-05-24
14:30
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Emotionally speaking evoked emotions in speaker..
Mitsue Nomura (JST), Kazuo Okanoya (JST/Univ. of Tokyo), Nobuyuki Kawai (JST/Nagoya Univ.)
 [more]
NC, MBE
(Joint)
2011-03-09
10:40
Tokyo Tamagawa University Synaptic learning rule that can explain exponential history dependency of decision making on reward history during matching behavior
Hiroshi Saito (Univ. of Tokyo), Kentaro Katahira (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN/JST-ERATO), Kazuo Okanoya (RIKEN/JST), Masato Okada (Univ. of Tokyo/RIKEN/JST) NC2010-184
 [more] NC2010-184
pp.337-341
PRMU, HIP 2010-06-24
17:20
Aomori   Effects of covert attention to emotional stimuli on orientation of eye movements
Koji Kashihara (JST-ERATO), Kazuo Okanoya (RIKEN/JST-ERATO), Nobuyuki Kawai (Nagoya Univ./JST-ERATO) PRMU2010-45 HIP2010-34
Involuntary microsaccades reflect human brain activities such as spatial attention and cognitive tasks. Whereas affect a... [more] PRMU2010-45 HIP2010-34
pp.39-44
HIP, HCS 2010-05-13
15:15
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Effects of emotional pictures on eye movements
Koji Kashihara (JST-ERATO), Kazuo Okanoya (RIKEN/JST-ERATO), Nobuyuki Kawai (Nagoya Univ./JST-ERATO) HCS2010-8 HIP2010-8
Affect and emotion are tightly associated with eye movements. Additionally, microsaccades might reflect human brain acti... [more] HCS2010-8 HIP2010-8
pp.41-46
HIP, HCS, MVE, WIT
(2nd)
2009-12-10
- 2009-12-12
Hokkaido Sappolo Convention Center Negative affect induced by face stimuli modulates central and peripheral responses
Koji Kashihara (JST), Kazuo Okanoya (RIKEN/JST), Nobuyuki Kawai (Nagoya Univ./JST)
Facial expressions are a crucial communication tool to quickly understand the attitudes of the others or to infer state ... [more]
NC, NLP 2009-07-14
13:00
Nara NAIST Statistical Mechanics of Node-perturbation learning
Kazuyuki Hara (Tokyo Metro. Colle. Ind. Eng.), Kentaro Katahira (ERATO), Kazuo Okanoya (RIKEN), Masato Okada (Tokyo Univ.) NLP2009-38 NC2009-31
Node-perturbation learning is a stochastic gradient method, and it can
apply to the problem where the objective functi... [more]
NLP2009-38 NC2009-31
pp.127-132
NC 2007-10-18
09:55
Miyagi Tohoku University Variational Bayes Hidden Markov Models for extracting spatiotemporal spike pattern
Kentaro Katahira (Univ. Tokyo/RIKEN), Jun Nishikawa, Kazuo Okanoya (RIKEN), Masato Okada (Univ. Tokyo/RIKEN) NC2007-34
Hidden Markov Model (HMM) is used to extracting spatio-temporal pattern from spikes recorded by
multielectrode. The EM ... [more]
NC2007-34
pp.7-12
NC 2007-01-26
10:10
Hokkaido Noboribetsu Manseikaku(Noboribetsu) Retrieval process of branching sequences in associative memory with common input
Kentaro Katahira (Univ. Tokyo), Masaki Kawamura (Yamaguchi Univ.), Kazuo Okanoya (RIKEN), Masato Okada (Univ. Tokyo)
Retrieval of memory sequences is one of the important functions in the brain. There have been much of studies about neur... [more] NC2006-102
pp.11-16
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