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    1. Nakahara, H; Doya, K; Hikosaka, O
      Parallel cortico-basal ganglia mechanisms for acquisition and execution ofvisuomotor sequences - A computational approach

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    2. Shimo, Y; Hikosaka, O
      Role of tonically active neurons in primate caudate in reward-oriented saccadic eye movement

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    3. Sakagami, M; Tsutsui, K; Lauwereyns, J; Koizumi, M; Kobayashi, S; Hikosaka, O
      A code for behavioral inhibition on the basis of color, but not motion, inventrolateral prefrontal cortex of macaque monkey

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    4. Lauwereyns, J; Sakagami, M; Tsutsui, KI; Kobayashi, S; Koizumi, M; Hikosaka, O
      Responses to task-irrelevant visual features by primate prefrontal neurons

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    5. Sakai, K; Hikosaka, O; Takino, R; Miyauchi, S; Nielsen, M; Tamada, T
      What and when: Parallel and convergent processing in motor control

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Lauwereyns, J; Koizumi, M; Sakagami, M; Hikosaka, O; Kobayashi, S; Tsutsui, K
      Interference from irrelevant features on visual discrimination by macaques(Macaca fuscata): A behavioral analogue of the human stroop effect

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-ANIMAL BEHAVIOR PROCESSES
    7. Hikosaka, O; Takikawa, Y; Kawagoe, R
      Role of the basal ganglia in the control of purposive saccadic eye movements

      PHYSIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
    8. Rand, MK; Hikosaka, O; Miyachi, S; Lu, XF; Nakamura, K; Kitaguchi, K; Shimo, Y
      Characteristics of sequential movements during early learning period in monkeys

      EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH
    9. Hikosaka, O
      Probing consciousness with an electrode

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    10. Sakai, K; Hikosaka, O; Miyauchi, S; Takino, R; Tamada, T; Iwata, NK; Nielsen, M
      Neural representation of a rhythm depends on its interval ratio

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    11. Hikosaka, O
      Parallel networks and sequential procedures (vol 22, pg 464, 1999)

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    12. Hikosaka, O; Nakahara, H; Rand, MK; Sakai, K; Lu, XF; Nakamura, K; Miyachi, S; Doya, K
      Parallel neural networks for learning sequential procedures

      TRENDS IN NEUROSCIENCES
    13. Nakamura, K; Sakai, K; Hikosaka, O
      Effects of local inactivation of monkey medial frontal cortex in learning of sequential procedures

      JOURNAL OF NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
    14. KAWAGOE R; TAKIKAWA Y; HIKOSAKA O
      EXPECTATION OF REWARD MODULATES COGNITIVE SIGNALS IN THE BASAL GANGLIA

      Nature neuroscience
    15. HIKOSAKA O; MIYASHITA K; MIYACHI S; SAKAI K; LU X
      DIFFERENTIAL ROLES OF THE FRONTAL-CORTEX, BASAL GANGLIA, AND CEREBELLUM IN VISUOMOTOR SEQUENCE LEARNING

      Neurobiology of learning and memory (Print)
    16. SAKAI K; TAKINO R; HIKOSAKA O; MIYAUCHI S; SASAKI Y; PUTZ B; FUJIMAKI N
      SEPARATE CEREBELLAR AREAS FOR MOTOR CONTROL

      NeuroReport
    17. SAKAI K; HIKOSAKA O; MIYAUCHI S; TAKINO R; SASAKI Y; PUTZ B
      TRANSITION OF BRAIN ACTIVATION FROM FRONTAL TO PARIETAL AREAS IN VISUOMOTOR SEQUENCE LEARNING

      The Journal of neuroscience
    18. NAKAMURA K; SAKAI K; HIKOSAKA O
      NEURONAL-ACTIVITY IN MEDIAL FRONTAL-CORTEX DURING LEARNING OF SEQUENTIAL-PROCEDURES

      Journal of neurophysiology
    19. TERAO Y; FUKUDA H; UGAWA Y; HIKOSAKA O; HANAJIMA R; FURUBAYASHI T; SAKAI K; MIYAUCHI S; SASAKI Y; KANAZAWA I
      VISUALIZATION OF THE INFORMATION-FLOW THROUGH HUMAN OCULOMOTOR CORTICAL REGIONS BY TRANSCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION

      Journal of neurophysiology
    20. LU XF; HIKOSAKA O; MIYACHI S
      ROLE OF MONKEY CEREBELLAR NUCLEI IN SKILL FOR SEQUENTIAL MOVEMENT

      Journal of neurophysiology
    21. TAKIKAWA Y; KAWAGOE R; MIYASHITA N; HIKOSAKA O
      PRESACCADIC OMNIDIRECTIONAL BURST ACTIVITY IN THE BASAL INTERSTITIAL NUCLEUS IN THE MONKEY CEREBELLUM

      Experimental Brain Research
    22. RAND MK; HIKOSAKA O; MIYACHI S; LU XF; MIYASHITA K
      CHARACTERISTICS OF A LONG-TERM PROCEDURAL SKILL IN THE MONKEY

      Experimental Brain Research
    23. SHIMOJO S; MIYAUCHI S; HIKOSAKA O
      VISUAL-MOTION SENSATION YIELDED BY NON-VISUALLY DRIVEN ATTENTION

      Vision research
    24. MIYACHI S; HIKOSAKA O; MIYASHITA K; KARADI Z; RAND MK
      DIFFERENTIAL ROLES OF MONKEY STRIATUM IN LEARNING OF SEQUENTIAL HAND MOVEMENT

      Experimental Brain Research
    25. HORIKAWA HPM; NAKAZATO T; HIKOSAKA O
      DURATION OF CATALEPSY CORRELATES WITH INCREASED INTRASTRIATAL SULPIRIDE

      European journal of pharmacology
    26. HIKOSAKA O; MIYAUCHI S; SHIMOJO S
      ORIENTING OF SPATIAL ATTENTION - ITS REFLEXIVE, COMPENSATORY, AND VOLUNTARY MECHANISMS

      Cognitive brain research
    27. KOJIMA J; MATSUMURA M; TOGAWA M; HIKOSAKA O
      TONIC ACTIVITY DURING VISUO-OCULOMOTOR BEHAVIOR IN THE MONKEY SUPERIOR COLLICULUS

      Neuroscience research
    28. MIYASHITA K; RAND MK; MIYACHI S; HIKOSAKA O
      ANTICIPATORY SACCADES IN SEQUENTIAL PROCEDURAL LEARNING IN MONKEYS

      Journal of neurophysiology
    29. HIKOSAKA O; SAKAI K; MIYAUCHI S; TAKINO R; SASAKI Y; PUTZ B
      ACTIVATION OF HUMAN PRESUPPLEMENTARY MOTOR AREA IN LEARNING OF SEQUENTIAL-PROCEDURES - A FUNCTIONAL MRI STUDY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    30. MIYASHITA N; HIKOSAKA O
      MINIMAL SYNAPTIC DELAY IN THE SACCADIC OUTPUT PATHWAY OF THE SUPERIORCOLLICULUS STUDIED IN AWAKE MONKEY

      Experimental Brain Research
    31. MIYASHITA N; HIKOSAKA O; KATO M
      VISUAL HEMINEGLECT INDUCED BY UNILATERAL STRIATAL DOPAMINE DEFICIENCYIN MONKEYS

      NeuroReport
    32. IWAMURA Y; TANAKA M; HIKOSAKA O; SAKAMOTO M
      POSTCENTRAL NEURONS OF ALERT MONKEYS ACTIVATED BY THE CONTACT OF THE HAND WITH OBJECTS OTHER THAN THE MONKEYS OWN BODY

      Neuroscience letters
    33. KATO M; MIYASHITA N; HIKOSAKA O; MATSUMURA M; USUI S; KORI A
      EYE-MOVEMENTS IN MONKEYS WITH LOCAL DOPAMINE DEPLETION IN THE CAUDATE-NUCLEUS .1. DEFICITS IN SPONTANEOUS SACCADES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    34. KORI A; MIYASHITA N; KATO M; HIKOSAKA O; USUI S; MATSUMURA M
      EYE-MOVEMENTS IN MONKEYS WITH LOCAL DOPAMINE DEPLETION IN THE CAUDATE-NUCLEUS .2. DEFICITS IN VOLUNTARY SACCADES

      The Journal of neuroscience
    35. HIKOSAKA O
      MODELS OF INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN THE BASAL GANGLIA - HOUK,JC, DAVIS,JL, BEISER,DG

      Trends in neurosciences
    36. HIKOSAKA O; RAND MK; MIYACHI S; MIYASHITA K
      LEARNING OF SEQUENTIAL MOVEMENTS IN THE MONKEY - PROCESS OF LEARNING AND RETENTION OF MEMORY

      Journal of neurophysiology
    37. HIKOSAKA O
      DYNAMICS OF PERCEPTION - 3RD INTERNATIONAL-SYMPOSIUM ON DYNAMICS OF PERCEPTION SUPPORTED BY GRANT-IN-AID FOR THE NEW PROGRAM FROM THE MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, SCIENCE AND CULTURE, NATIONAL-INSTITUTE-FOR-PHYSIOLOGICAL-SCIENCES, OKAZAKI, JAPAN, JANUARY 27-29, 1993 - PREFACE

      Biomedical research
    38. HIKOSAKA O; MIYAUCHI S; SHIMOJO S
      VOLUNTARY AND STIMULUS-INDUCED ATTENTION DETECTED AS MOTION SENSATION

      Perception
    39. HIKOSAKA O; MIYAUCHI S; SHIMOJO S
      VISUAL-ATTENTION REVEALED BY AN ILLUSION OF MOTION

      Neuroscience research
    40. HIKOSAKA O; MIYAUCHI S; SHIMOJO S
      FOCAL VISUAL-ATTENTION PRODUCES ILLUSORY TEMPORAL-ORDER AND MOTION SENSATION

      Vision research
    41. HIKOSAKA O; SAKAMOTO M; MIYASHITA N
      EFFECTS OF CAUDATE-NUCLEUS STIMULATION ON SUBSTANTIA-NIGRA CELL-ACTIVITY IN MONKEY

      Experimental Brain Research
    42. MIYAUCHI S; HIKOSAKA O; SHIMOJO S
      VISUAL-ATTENTION FILED CAN BE ASSESSED BY ILLUSORY LINE MOTION SENSATION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science
    43. SHIMOJO S; MIYAUCHI S; HIKOSAKA O
      VISUAL-MOTION SENSATION YIELDED BY NON-VISUALLY DRIVEN ATTENTION

      Investigative ophthalmology & visual science


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