RIKEN BRAIN SCIENCE INSTITUTE (RIKEN BSI)

Faculty Publications

Kazuo  Okanoya

Kazuo Okanoya, Ph.D.

Cognition and Behavior Joint Research Laboratory / Team Leader

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    Yuki, S., & Okanoya, and K.: "Rats show adaptive choice in a metacognitive task with high uncertainty.", Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Learning and Cognition, 43(1), 109 (2017)

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    Tachibana, R. O., Takahasi, M., Hessler, N. A., & Okanoya, and K.: "Maturation-dependent control of vocal temporal plasticity in a songbird.", Developmental Neurobiology. (2017)

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    Fehér, O., Ljubičić, I., Suzuki, K., Okanoya, K., & Tchernichovski, and O.: "Statistical learning in songbirds: from self-tutoring to song culture.", Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B(372), 1711 (2017)

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    Nakatani, H., Ogawa, A., Suzuki, C., Asamizuya, T., Ueno, K., Cheng, K., & Okanoya, and K.: "Perceived moral traits of others differentiate the neural activation that underlies inequity-aversion.", Scientific Reports, 7 (2017)

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    Nixima, K., Okanoya, K., Ichinohe, N., & Kurotani, and T.: "Fast Voltage-Sensitive Dye Imaging of Excitatory and Inhibitory Synaptic Transmission in the Rat Granular Retrosplenial Cortex.", Journal of Neurophysiology, jn-00734 (2017)

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    Kagawa, H., Seki, Y., & Okanoya, and K.: "Affective valence of neurons in the vicinity of the rat amygdala: Single unit activity in response to a conditioned behavior and vocal sound playback.", Behavioural brain research, 324(109-114) (2017)

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    Katahira, K., Yuki, S., & Okanoya, and K.: "Model-based estimation of subjective values using choice tasks with probabilistic feedback.", Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 79(29-43) (2017)

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    Koumura, T., & Okanoya, and K.: "Automatic Recognition of Element Classes and Boundaries in the Birdsong with Variable Sequences.", PloS one, 11(7), e0159188. (2016)

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    Fujii, T. G., Ikebuchi, M., & Okanoya, and K.: "Auditory Responses to Vocal Sounds in the Songbird Nucleus Taeniae of the Amygdala and the Adjacent Arcopallium.", Brain, behavior and evolution, 87(4), 275-289. (2016)

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    Saito, Y., Yuki, S., Seki, Y., Kagawa, H., & Okanoya, and K.: "Cognitive bias in rats evoked by ultrasonic vocalizations suggests emotional contagion.", Behavioural processes, 132, 5-11. (2016)

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    Katahira K, Matsuda YT, Fujimura T, Ueno K, Asamizuya T, Suzuki C, Cheng K, Okanoya K, and Okada M: "Neural basis of decision-making guided by emotional outcomes.", Journal of Neurophysiology, 113, 3056-3068, doi: 10.1152/jn.00564.2014. (2015)

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    Maeshima H, Yamashita Y, Fujimura T, Okada M, and Okanoya K: "Modulation of Emotional Category Induced by Temporal Factors in Emotion Recognition.", PLoS One, 10(7), e0131636. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0131636. (2015)

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    Mizugaki S, Maehara Y, Okanoya K, and Myowa-Yamakoshi M: "The Power of an Infant's Smile: Maternal Physiological Responses to Infant Emotional Expressions.", PLoS One, 10(6), e0129672. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0129672. (2015)

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    Ono S, Kagawa H, Takahasi M, Seki Y, and Okanoya K: "Limitations of a habituation task to demonstrate discrimination of natural signals in songbirds.", Behavioral Processes, 115, 100-108. doi: 10.1016/j.beproc.2015.03.004. (2015)

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    Hoshi-Shiba R, Furukawa K, and Okanoya K: "Neural correlates of expectation of musical termination structure or cadence.", Neuroreport, 25(10), 743-748, doi. 10.1097/WNR.0000000000000160. (2014)

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    Kagawa H, Suzuki K, Takahasi M, and Okanoya K: "Domestication changes innate constraints for birdsong learning.", Behavioural Processes, 106, 91-97. doi:10.1016/j.beproc.2014.04.011. (2014)

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    Kamiyama KS, and Okanoya K: "Synchronized tapping facilitates learning sound sequences as indexed by the P300.", Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, e826. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2014.00826. (2014)

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    Katahira K, Fujimura T, Matsuda YT, Okanoya K, and Okada M: "Individual differences in heart rate variability are associated with the avoidance of negative emotional events.", Biological Psychology, 103, 322-331. doi: 10.1016/j.biopsycho.2014.10.007. (2014)

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    Kato M, Okanoya K, Koike T, Sasaki E, Okano H, Watanabe S, and Iriki A: "Human speech- and reading-related genes display partially overlapping expression patterns in the marmoset brain.", Brain and Language, 133, 26-38. doi: 10.1016/j.bandl.2014.03.007. (2014)

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    Kawakami A, Furukawa K, and Okanoya K: "Music evokes vicarious emotions in listeners.", Frontiers in Psychology, 30(5), 431. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00431. (2014)

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    Kamiyama KS, Abla D, Iwanaga K, and Okanoya K: "Interaction between musical emotion and facial expression as measured by event-related potentials.", Neuropsychologia, 51(3), 500-5 (2013)

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    Ikebuchi M, Nanbu S, Okanoya K, Suzuki R, and Bischof HJ: "Very early development of nucleus taeniae of the amygdala.", Brain Behav Evol, 81(1), 12-26 (2013)

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    Suzuki K, Yamada H, Kobayashi T, and Okanoya K: "Decreased fecal corticosterone levels due to domestication: a comparison between the white-backed Munia (Lonchura striata) and its domesticated strain, the Bengalese finch (Lonchura striata var. domestica) with a suggestion for complex song evolution.", J Exp Zool A Ecol Genet Physiol, 317(9), 561-70 (2012)

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    Sun F, Hoshi-Shiba R, Abla D, and Okanoya K: "Neural correlates of abstract rule learning: an event-related potential study.", Neuropsychologia, 50(11), 2617-24 (2012)

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    ten Cate C, and Okanoya K: "Revisiting the syntactic abilities of non-human animals: natural vocalizations and artificial grammar learning.", Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci, 367(1598), 1984-94 (2012)

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    Fujimura, T., Matsuda, Y., Katahira, K., Okada, M., & Okanoya, and K.: "Categorical and dimensional perceptions in decoding emotional facial expressions.", Cognition & Emotion, 26(4), 587-601 (2012)

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    Kagawa, H., Yamada, H., Lin, R.S., Mizuta, T., Hasegawa, T., & Okanoya, and K.: "Ecological correlates of song complexity: a case study in white-rumped munias - the implication of relaxation of selection as a cause for signal variation in birdsong.", Interaction Studies, 13(2), 263-284 (2012)

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    Okanoya, and K.: "Behavioural factors governing song complexity in bengalese finches.", International Journal of Comparative Psychology, 25, 44-59 (2012)

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    Yamazaki, Y., Suzuki, K., Inada, M., Iriki, A., & Okanoya, and K.: "Sequential learning and rule abstraction in Bengalese finches.", Animal Cognition, 15(3), 369-377 (2012)

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    Yosida, S., & Okanoya, and K.: "Bilateral lesions of the medial frontal cortex disrupt recognition of social hierarchy during antiphonal communication in naked mole-rats (Heterocephalus glaber).", Journal of Comparative Physiology A, 198, 109-117 (2012)

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    Yosida S, and Okanoya K: "Bilateral lesions of the medial frontal cortex disrupt recognition of social hierarchy during antiphonal communication in naked mole-rats (Heterocephalus glaber).", J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol (2011)

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    Aucouturier JJ, Nonaka Y, Katahira K, and Okanoya K: "Segmentation of expiratory and inspiratory sounds in baby cry audio recordings using hidden Markov models.", J Acoust Soc Am, 130(5), 2969 (2011)

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    Matsunaga E, Suzuki K, Kobayashi T, and Okanoya K: "Comparative analysis of mineralocorticoid receptor expression among vocal learners (Bengalese finch and budgerigar) and non-vocal learners (quail and ring dove) has implications for the evolution of avian vocal learning.", Dev Growth Differ (2011)

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    Tobari Y, Okumura T, Tani J, and Okanoya K: "A direct neuronal connection between the telencephalic nucleus robustus arcopallialis and the nucleus nervi hypoglossi, pars tracheosyringealis in Bengalese finches (Lonchura striata var. domestica).", Neurosci Res, [Epub ahead of print] (2011)

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    Yamazaki Y, Suzuki K, Inada M, Iriki A, and Okanoya K: "Sequential learning and rule abstraction in Bengalese finches.", Anim Cogn, [Epub ahead of print] (2011)

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    Kudo N., Nonaka Y., Mizuno N., Mizuno K., and Okanoya K.: "On-line statistical segmentation of a non-speech aud auditory stream in neonates as demonstrated by event-related brain potentials.", Developmental Science, 14(5), 1100-1106 (2011)

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    Uekita T, and Okanoya K: "Hippocampus lesions induced deficits in social and spatial recognition in Octodon degus.", Behav Brain Res, 219(2), 302-9 (2011)

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    Matsunaga E, Nambu S, Iriki A, and Okanoya K: "Expression pattern of cadherins in the naked mole rat (Heterocephalus glaber) suggests innate cortical diversification of the cerebrum.", J Comp Neurol, 519(9), 1736-47 (2011)

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    Saito H, Katahira K, Okanoya K, and Okada M: "Statistical mechanics of structural and temporal credit assignment effects on learning in neural networks.", Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys, 83(5 Pt 1), 51125 (2011)

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    Cho T, Katahira K, Okanoya K, and Okada M: "Node perturbation learning without noiseless baseline.", Neural Netw, 24(3), 267-72 (2011)

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    Matsunaga E, and Okanoya K: "Comparative gene expression analysis among vocal learners (bengalese finch and budgerigar) and non-learners (quail and ring dove) reveals variable cadherin expressions in the vocal system.", Front Neuroanat, 5, 28 (2011)

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    Yamashita Y, Okumura T, Okanoya K, and Tani J: "Cooperation of deterministic dynamics and random noise in production of complex syntactical avian song sequences: a neural network model.", Front Comput Neurosci, 5, 18 (2011)

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    Berwick RC, Okanoya K, Beckers GJ, and Bolhuis JJ: "Songs to syntax: the linguistics of birdsong.", Trends Cogn Sci, 15(3), 113-21 (2011)

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    Kikusui T, Nakanishi K, Nakagawa R, Nagasawa M, Mogi K, and Okanoya K: "Cross fostering experiments suggest that mice songs are innate.", PLoS One, 6(3), e17721 (2011)

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    Katahira K, Fujimura T, Okanoya K, and Okada M: "Decision-making based on emotional images.", Front Psychol, 2, 311 (2011)

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    Matsunaga E, Suzuki K, Kato S, Kurotani T, Kobayashi K, and Okanoya K: "Dynamic expression of cadherins regulates vocal development in a songbird.", PLoS One, 6(9), e25272 (2011)

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    Hasegawa A, Okanoya K, Hasegawa T, and Seki Y: "Rhythmic synchronization tapping to an audio-visual metronome in budgerigars.", Sci Rep, 1, 120 (2011)

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    Umeda T, Takashima N, Nakagawa R, Maekawa M, Ikegami S, Yoshikawa T, Kobayashi K, Okanoya K, Inokuchi K, and Osumi N: "Evaluation of Pax6 mutant rat as a model for autism.", PLoS One, 5(12), e15500 (2010)

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    Kato M, and Okanoya K: "Molecular characterization of the song control nucleus HVC in Bengalese finch brain.", Brain Res, 1360, 56-76 (2010)

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    Bolhuis JJ, Okanoya K, and Scharff C: "Twitter evolution: converging mechanisms in birdsong and human speech.", Nat Rev Neurosci, 11(11), 747-59 (2010)

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    Kamiyama K, Katahira K, Abla D, Hori K, and Okanoya K: "Music playing and memory trace: evidence from event-related potentials.", Neurosci Res, 67(4), 334-40 (2010)

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    Tobari Y, Iijima N, Tsunekawa K, Osugi T, Okanoya K, Tsutsui K, and Ozawa H: "Identification of gonadotropin-inhibitory hormone in the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata): Peptide isolation, cDNA cloning and brain distribution.", Peptides, 31(5), 816-26 (2010)

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    Kato Y, Kato M, Hasegawa T, and Okanoya K: "Song memory in female birds: neuronal activation suggests phonological coding.", Neuroreport, 21(6), 404-9 (2010)

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    Nakano R, Takanashi T, Skals N, Surlykke A, and Ishikawa Y.: "To females of a noctuid moth, male courtship songs are nothing more than bat echolocation calls.", Biol Lett, 6(5), 582-4 (2010)

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    Katahira K, Cho T, Okanoya K, and Okada M: "Optimal node perturbation in linear perceptrons with uncertain eligibility trace.", Neural Netw, 23(2), 219-25 (2010)

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    Yoshida KA, Iversen JR, Patel AD, Mazuka R, Nito H, Gervain J, and Werker JF.: "The development of perceptual grouping biases in infancy: a Japanese-English cross-linguistic study.", Cognition, 115(2), 356-61 (2010)

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    Yamazaki Y, Yokochi H, Tanaka M, Okanoya K, and Iriki A: "Potential role of monkey inferior parietal neurons coding action semantic equivalences as precursors of parts of speech.", Soc Neurosci, 5(1), 105-17 (2010)

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    Katsushima K, Nishida C, Yosida S, Kato M, Okanoya K, and Matsuda Y.: "A multiplex PCR assay for molecular sexing of the naked mole-rat (Heterocephalus glaber).", Mol Ecol Resour, 10(1), 222-4 (2010)

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    Kato Y, Hasegawa T, and Okanoya K: "Song preference of female Bengalese finches as measured by operant conditioning", Journal of Ethology, 28, 447-453 (2010)

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    Takahashi M, Yamada H, and Okanoya K: "Statistical and prosodic cues for song segmentation learning by Bengalese finches ( Lonchura striata var. domestica)", Ethology, 116, 481-489 (2010)

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    Takahashi M, and Okanoya K: "Song learning in wild and domesticated strains of White-Rumped Munia, Lonchura striata, compared by cross-fostering procedures: domestication increases song variability by decreasing strain-specific bias", Ethology, 116, 396-405 (2010)

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    Nakano R, Takanashi T, Skals N, Surlykke A, and Ishikawa Y: "Ultrasonic courtship songs of male Asian corn borer moths assist copulation attempts by making the females motionless", Physiological Entomology, 35, 76-81 (2010)

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    Nakano R, Takanashi T, Fujii T, Skals N, Surlykke A, and Ishikawa Y: "Moths are not silent, but whisper ultrasonic courtship songs.", J Exp Biol, 212(Pt 24), 8-72 (2009)

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    Uekita T, and Okaichi H: "Pretraining does not ameliorate spatial learning deficits induced by intrahippocampal infusion of AP5.", Behav Neurosci, 123(3), 520-6 (2009)

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    Abla D, and Okanoya K: "Visual statistical learning of shape sequences: an ERP study.", Neurosci Res, 64(2), 185-90 (2009)

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    Matsunaga E, and Okanoya K: "Evolution and diversity in avian vocal system: an Evo-Devo model from the morphological and behavioral perspectives.", Dev Growth Differ, 51(3), 355-67 (2009)

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    Matsunaga E, and Okanoya K: "Vocal control area-related expression of neuropilin-1, plexin-A4, and the ligand semaphorin-3A has implications for the evolution of the avian vocal system.", Dev Growth Differ, 51(1), 45-54 (2009)

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    Yoshida S, and Okanoya K: "Naked mole-rat is sensitive to social hierarchy encoded in antiphonal vocalization", Ethology, 115, 823-831 (2009)

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    Soma M, Hasegawa M, and Okanoya K: "Song-learning strategies in the Bengalese finch: do chicks choose tutors based on song complexity?", Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, 78, 1107-1113 (2009)

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    Seki Y, and Okanoya K: "The effect of sound location in a song-discrimination task by Bengalese finches (Lonchura striata var. domestica)", Journal of Ethology, 27(3), 407-411 (2009)

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    Kakishita Y, Sasahara K, Nishino T, Takahashi M, and Okanoya K: "Ethological data mining: an automata-based approach to extract behavioral units and rules", Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, 18(3), 446-471 (2009)

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    Morisaka T, and Okanoya K: "Cognitive tactics of Bengalese finch (Lonchura striata var. domestica) for song discrimination in a go/no-go operant task", Ethology, 27, 11-18 (2009)

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    Soma M, Hasegawa M, and Okanoya K: "Early ontogenetic effects on song quality in the Bengalese finch (Lonchura striata var. domestica): laying order, sibling competition and song syntax", Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 63, 363-370 (2009)

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    Yamashita Y, Takahasi M, Okumura T, Ikebuchi M, Yamada H, Suzuki M, Okanoya K, and Tani J: "Developmental learning of complex syntactical song in the Bengalese finch: a neural network model.", Neural Netw, 21(9), 1224-31 (2008)

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    Nishikawa J, and Gohara K: "Anomaly of fractal dimensions observed in stochastically switched systems.", Phys Rev E Stat Nonlin Soft Matter Phys, 77(3 Pt 2), 36210 (2008)

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    Abla D, Katahira K, and Okanoya K: "On-line Assessment of Statistical Learning by Event-related Potentials.", J Cogn Neurosci, 20(6), 952-64 (2008)

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    Seki Y, Suzuki K, Takahasi M, and Okanoya K: "Song motor control organizes acoustic patterns on two levels in Bengalese finches (Lonchura striata var. domestica).", J Comp Physiol A Neuroethol Sens Neural Behav Physiol, 194(6), 533-43 (2008)

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    Nishikawa J, Okada M, and Okanoya K: "Population coding of song element sequence in the Bengalese finch HVC.", Eur J Neurosci, 27(12), 3273-83 (2008)

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    Katahira K, Abla D, Masuda S, and Okanoya K: "Feedback-based error monitoring processes during musical performance: an ERP study.", Neurosci Res, 61(1), 120-8 (2008)

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    Matsunaga E, and Okanoya K: "Vocal area-related expression of the androgen receptor in the budgerigar (Melopsittacus undulatus) brain.", Brain Res, 1208, 87-94 (2008)

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    Seki Y, and Okanoya K: "Functional evidence for internal feedback in the songbird brain nucleus HVC.", Neuroreport, 19(6), 679-82 (2008)

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    Matsunaga E, Kato M, and Okanoya K: "Comparative analysis of gene expressions among avian brains: a molecular approach to the evolution of vocal learning.", Brain Res Bull, 75(2-4), 474-9 (2008)

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    Okanoya K, Tokimoto N, Kumazawa N, Hihara S, and Iriki A: "Tool-use training in a species of rodent: the emergence of an optimal motor strategy and functional understanding.", PLoS One, 3(3), e1860 (2008)

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    Tassew NG, Chestopolava L, Beecroft R, Matsunaga E, Teng H, Chedotal A, and Monnier PP: "Intraretinal RGMa is involved in retino-tectal mapping.", Mol Cell Neurosci, 37(4), 761-9 (2008)

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    Seki Y, and Okanoya K: "Sex differences in audiovisual discrimination learning by Bengalese finches (Lonchura striata var. domestica).", J Comp Psychol, 122(1), 26-34 (2008)

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    Morisaka T, Katahira K, and Okanoya K: "Variability in preference for conspecific songs with syntactical complexity in female Bengalese finches: towards an understanding of song evolution", Ornithological Science, 7, 75-84 (2008)

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    Nishikawa J, and Gohara K: "Automata on fractal sets observed in hybrid dynamical systems", International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos, 18(12), 3665-3678 (2008)

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    Katahira K, Watanabe K, and Okada M: "Deterministic annealing variant of variational bayes method", Journal of Physics: Conference Series, 95, 012015-1--012015-9 (2008)

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    Nishikawa J, Okada M, and Okanoya K: "Population coding of song element sequence in the songbird brain nucleus HVC", Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 4984, 54-63 (2008)

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    Soma M, Hasegawa T, and Okanoya K: "Genetic and developmental effects, and morphological influences on the acoustic structure of individual distance calls in female Bengalese finches Lonchura striata var. domestica", Journal of Avian Biology, 39, 101-107 (2008)

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    Nishikawa J, and Gohara K: "Anomaly of fractal dimensions observed in stochastically switched systems", Physical Review E, 77(3), 036210-1--036210-8 (2008)

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    Tassew N, Chestopolava L, Beecroft R, Matsunaga Eiji, Teng H, Chedotal A, and Monnier PP: "Intraretinal RGMa is involved in retino-tectal mapping", Molecular and Cellular Neuroscience, 37, 761-769 (2008)

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    Katahira K, Okanoya K, and Okada M: "A neural network model for generating complex birdsong syntax.", Biol Cybern, 97(5-6), 441-8 (2007)

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    Fujii N, Abla D, Kudo N, Hihara S, Okanoya K, and Iriki A: "Prefrontal activity during koh-do incense discrimination.", Neurosci Res, 59(3), 257-64 (2007)

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    Sasahara K, and Ikegami T: "Evolution of birdsong syntax by interjection communication.", Artif Life, 13(3), 259-77 (2007)

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    Okanoya K: "Language evolution and an emergent property.", Curr Opin Neurobiol, 17(2), 271-6 (2007)

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    Yoshida S, Kobayasi K, Ikebuchi M, Ozaki R, and Okanoya K: "Antiphonal vocalization of a subterranean rodent, the naked mole-rat (Heterocephalus glaber)", Ethology, 113, 703-710 (2007)

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    Sasahara K, Merker B, and Okanoya K: "Simulated evolution of discourse with coupled recurrent networks", Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 4828, 107-118 (2007)

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    Kakishita Y, Sasahara K, Nishino T, Takahashi M, and Okanoya K: "Pattern extraction improves automata-based syntax analysis in songbirds", Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 4828, 320-332 (2007)

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    Okanoya K, Hihara S, Tokimoto N, Tobari Y, and Iriki A: "Complex vocal behavior and cortical-medullar projection", Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 3609, 362-367 (2007)

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    Okumura T, Okanoya K, and Tani J: "Application of light-cured dental adhesive resin for mounting electrodes or microdialysis probes in chronic experiments.", J Vis Exp(6), 249 (2007)

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    Katahira K, Kawamura M, Okanoya K, and Okada M: "Retrieval of branching sequences in an associative memory model with common external input and bias input", Journal of the Physical Society of Japan, 76(4), 044804-1-044804-8 (2007)

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    Soma M, Saito D, Hasegawa T, and Okanoya K: "Sex-specific maternal effect on egg mass, laying order, and sibling competition in the Bengalese finch(Lonchura striata var. domestica)", Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 61, 1695-1705 (2007)

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    Sasahara K, and Ikegami T: "Evolution of birdsong syntax by interjection communication", Artificial Life, 13, 259-277 (2007)

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    Matsunaga E, Nakamura H, and Chédotal A: "Repulsive guidance molecule plays multiple roles in neuronal differentiation and axon guidance.", J Neurosci, 26(22), 8-82 (2006)

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    Osawa A, Kato M, Matsumoto E, Iwase K, Sugimoto T, Matsui T, Ishikura H, Sugano S, Kurosawa H, Takiguchi M, and Seki N: "Activation of genes for growth factor and cytokine pathways late in chondrogenic differentiation of ATDC5 cells.", Genomics, 88(1), 52-64 (2006)

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    Seki Y, and Okanoya K: "Effects of visual stimulation on the auditory responses of the HVC song control nucleus in anesthetized Bengalese Finches", Ornithological Science, 5, 39-46 (2006)

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    Tobari Y, Okumura T, Tani J, and Okanoya K: "Non-singing female Bengalese Finches (Lonchura striata var. domestica) possess neuronal projections connecting a song learning region to a song motor region", Ornithological Science, 5, 47-55 (2006)

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    Nishikawa J, and Okanoya K: "Dynamical neural representation of song syntax in Bengalese Finch: a model study", Ornithological Science, 5, 95-103 (2006)

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    Takahashi M, Kagawa H, Ikebuchi M, and Okanoya K: "Case studies of song and call learning by a hybrid Bengalese-Zebra Finch and Bengalese-fostered Zebra Finches: Assessing innate factors in vocal learning", Ornithological Science, 5, 85-93 (2006)

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    Soma M, Takahashi M, Ikebuchi M, Yamada H, Suzuki M, Hasegawa T, and Okanoya K: "Early rearing conditions affect the development of body size and song in Bengalese finches", Ethology, 112, 1071-1078 (2006)

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    Soma M, Takahashi M, Hasegawa T, and Okanoya K: "Trade-offs and correlations among multiple song features in Bengalese finch", Ornithological Science, 5, 77-84 (2006)

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    Sasahara K, Kakishita Y, Nishino T, Takahashi M, and Okanoya K: "Constructing song syntax by automata induction", Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 4201, 351-353 (2006)

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    Osawa A, Kato M, Matsumoto E, Iwase K, Sugimoto T, Matsui T, Ishikura H, Sugano S, Kurosawa H, Takiguchi M, and Seki N: "Activation of genes for growth factor and cytokine pathways late in chondrogenic differentiation of ATDC5 cells", Genomics, 88, 52-64 (2006)

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    Ikebuchi M, and Okanoya K: "Growth of pair bonding in Zebra Finches: physical and social factors", Ornithological Science, 5, 65-75 (2006)

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    Tobari Y, Nakamura KZ, and Okanoya K: "Sex differences in the telencephalic song control circuitry in Bengalese finches (Lonchura striata var. domestica).", Zoolog Sci, 22(10), 1089-94 (2005)

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    Takahasi M, Ikebuchi M, and Okanoya K: "Spatiotemporal properties of visual stimuli for song induction in Bengalese finches.", Neuroreport, 16(12), 1339-43 (2005)

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    Sasahara K, and Ikegami T: "Evolution of song communication in a 2D space", Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence, 3630, 835-844 (2005)

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    Nakamura KZ, and Okanoya K: "Neural correlates of song complexity in Bengalese finch high vocal center.", Neuroreport, 15(8), 1359-63 (2004)

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    Okanoya K: "The Bengalese finch: a window on the behavioral neurobiology of birdsong syntax.", Ann N Y Acad Sci, 1016, 724-35 (2004)

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