Kenji Ogawa

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Name
Kenji Ogawa
E-mail
ogawalet.hokudai.ac.jp
Affiliation
Hokkaido University

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Published Papers

 
Mealier AL., Pointeau G., Mirliaz S., Ogawa K., Finlayson M., & Dominey PF.
Frontiers in Psychology   1331 1331   2017   [Refereed]
Ogawa K, Imai F
Experimental brain research   234(12) 3677-3687   Dec 2016   [Refereed]
Ohata R, Ogawa K, Imamizu H
Scientific reports   6 27416   Jun 2016   [Refereed]
Kim S, Ogawa K, Lv J, Schweighofer N, Imamizu H
PLoS biology   13(12) e1002312   Dec 2015   [Refereed]

Misc

 
IWABUCHI Toshiki, INUI Toshio, OGAWA Kenji
Technical report of IEICE. Thought and language   111(428) 1-6   Jan 2012
Understanding complex sentences that have hierarchical embedded structures requires switching hierarchical clauses appropriately. We performed an experiment using functional magnetic resonance imaging in order to investigate how the brain processe...
SHIBATA Hiroshi, INUI Toshio, OGAWA Kenji
IEICE technical report. Neurocomputing   110(388) 69-74   Jan 2011
It is assumed that the mirror neuron system (MNS) plays a fundamental role in understanding actions of other individuals, because it represents observed actions in the observer's brain. Recent studies have shown that the MNS areas (e.g., inferior ...
OGAWA Kenji, INUI Toshio
IEICE technical report. Neurocomputing   110(388) 75-80   Jan 2011
Several types of reference frames exist in the human brain. Previous neuropsychological case studies of hemi-neglect, in which the patient often neglects the right side of visually presented objects, have indicated the existence of neural represen...
SHIBATA Hiroshi, INUI Toshio, OGAWA Kenji
IEICE technical report. Nonlinear problems   110(387) 69-74   Jan 2011
It is assumed that the mirror neuron system (MNS) plays a fundamental role in understanding actions of other individuals, because it represents observed actions in the observer's brain. Recent studies have shown that the MNS areas (e.g., inferior ...
OGAWA Kenji, INUI Toshio
IEICE technical report. Nonlinear problems   110(387) 75-80   Jan 2011
Several types of reference frames exist in the human brain. Previous neuropsychological case studies of hemi-neglect, in which the patient often neglects the right side of visually presented objects, have indicated the existence of neural represen...