Achievements

 

Uematsu, A. & Tanaka, M. (2022)
Effects of GABAergic and glutamatergic inputs on temporal prediction signals in the primate cerebellar nucleus.
Neuroscience (in press)

 

 

Takeya, R., Nakamura, S. & Tanaka, M.
Spontaneous grouping of saccade timing in the presence of task-irrelevant objects.
PLoS One 16: e0248530.  (https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0248530)

 

Sawagashira, R. & Tanaka, M.
Ketamine-induced alteration of working memory utility during oculomotor foraging task in monkeys.
eNeuro 8: ENEURO.0403-20.2021.  (https://doi.org/10.1523/ENEURO.0403-20.2021)

 

Suzuki, T.W., Inoue, K.I., Takada, M. & Tanaka, M.
Effects of optogenetic suppression of cortical input on primate thalamic neuronal activity during goal-directed behavior.
eNeuro 8: ENEURO.0511-20.2021.  (https://doi.org/10.1523/ENEURO.0511-20.2021)

 

Matsuyama, K. & Tanaka, M.
Temporal prediction signals for periodic sensory events in the primate central thalamus.
J Neurosci 41: 1917-1927. (PubMed)

 

 

Itoh, T.D.,Takeya, R. & Tanaka, M.
Spatial and temporal adaptation of predictive saccades based on motion inference.
Sci Rep 10: 5280 (https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-62211-8)

 

Tanaka, M., Kunimatsu, J., Suzuki, T.W., Kameda, M., Ohmae, S., Uematsu, A. &Takeya, R.
Roles of the cerebellum in motor preparation and prediction of timing.
Neuroscience (PubMed)

 


 

Kameda, M., Ohmae,S. & Tanaka, M.

Entrained neuronal activity to periodic visual stimuli in the primate striatum compared with the cerebellum. (PubMed)

eLife 8:e48702 (https://elifesciences.org/articles/48702) 

 

Neural oscillations in the primate caudate nucleus correlate with different preparatory states for temporal production. 

Commun Biol 2:102 (https://www.nature.com/articles/s42003-019-0345-2)

 


 

Takeya, R., Patel,A.D. & Tanaka, M.

Temporal generalization of synchronized saccades beyond the trained range in monkeys.

Front Psychol (https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.02172)


Kunimatsu, J. Suzuki, W. T., Ohmae, S.& Tanaka, M.

Different contributions of preparatory activity in the basal ganglia and cerebellum for self-timing.

eLife 7:e35676 (https://elifesciences.org/articles/35676)

 



Suzuki, W. T., & Tanaka, M.

Causal role of noradrenaline in the timing of internally-generated saccades in monkeys. (PubMed)

Neuroscience 366: 15-22

Takeya, R., Kameda, M., Patel,A.D. & Tanaka, M.

Predictuve and tempo-flexible synchronization to a visual metronome in monkeys. (www.nature.com/articles/s41598-017-06417-3)

Sci Rep 7: 6127

Ohmae, S., Kunimatsu, J. & Tanaka, M.

Cerebeller roles of in self-timing for sub- and supra-second intervals. (PubMed)

J Neurosci 37: 3511-3522

Uematsu, A., Ohmae, S. & Tanaka, M.

Facilitation of temporal prediction by electrical stimulation to the primate cerebellar nuclei. (PubMed)

Neuroscience 346: 190-196




Correlation between pupil size and subjective passage of time in non-human primates. (PubMed) (Science News) 

J Neurosci 36: 11331-11337


Striatal dopamine modulates timing of self-initiated saccades. (PubMed)
Neuroscience 337 (2016): 131-142

Kunimatsu, J., Suzuki, W. T. & Tanaka, M.
Implications of lateral cerebellum in proactive control of saccades. (PubMed)
J Neurosci 36 (26): 7066-7074

Ohmae, S. & Tanaka, M.
Two different mechanisms for the detection of stimulus omission. (www.nature.com/articles/srep20615)
Sci Rep 6 (2016): 20615



Kunimatsu, J., Miyamoto, N., Ishikawa, M., Shirato, H. & Tanaka, M.

Application of radiosurgical techniques to produce a primate model of brain lesions .

Front. Syst. Neurosci. | doi: 10.3389/fnsys.2015.00067

 

Yoshida, A. & Tanaka, M.
Two types of neurons in the primate globus pallidus external segment play distinct roles in antisaccade generation. (PubMed)
Cereb Cortex 26 : 1187-1199

 


 

Matsushima, A. & Tanaka, M.

Differential neuronal representation of spatial attention dependent on relative target locations during multiple object tracking. (PubMed)
J Neurosci 34: 9963-9969

 

Matsushima, A. & Tanaka, M.

Different neuronal computations of spatial working memory for multiple locations within versus across visual hemifields. (PubMed)
J Neurosci 34: 5621-5626

 

 

Ohmae, S., Uematsu, A. & Tanaka, M.

Temporally specific sensory signals for the detection of stimulus omission in the primate deep cerebellar nuclei. (PubMed)
J Neurosci 33: 15432-15441 

 

Manipulation of object choice by electrical microstimulation in macaque frontal eye fields. (PubMed)
Cereb Cortex 24 (2014) : 1493-1501

 

Retrospective and prospective information coding by different neurons in the prefrontal cortex. (PubMed)
Neuroreport 24 :73-78

 

 

2012

Alteration of the timing of self-initiated but not reactive saccades by electrical stimulation in the supplementary eye field. (PubMed)
Eur J Neurosci 36: 3258-3268   


Neuronal correlates of multiple top-down signals during covert tracking of moving objects in macaque prefrontal cortex. (PubMed)
J Cogn Neurosci 24: 2043-2056

 


2011

Contribution of the central thalamus to the generation of volitional saccades. (PubMed)
Eur J Neurosci 33: 2046-2057

 

“Thalamic roles in eye movements”
In: Oxford Handbook on Eye Movements (S.P. Liversedge, I.D. Glichrist, S. Everling, Eds.),
Oxford University Press, UK


2010

Roles of the primate motor thalamus in the generation of antisaccades. (PubMed)
J Neurosci 30: 5108-5117



and earlier

Enhanced modulation of neuronal activity during antisaccades in the primate globus pallidus. (PubMed)
Cereb Cortex 19: 206-217 (2009)


Neuronal activity in the primate globus pallidus during smooth pursuit eye movements. (PubMed)
NeuroReport 20: 121-125 (2009)

Spatiotemporal properties of eye position signals in the primate central thalamus. (PubMed)
Cereb Cortex 17: 1504-1515 (2007)


Cognitive signals in the primate motor thalamus predict saccade timing. (PubMed)
J Neurosci 27: 12109-12118 (2007)


Inactivation of the central thalamus delays self-timed saccades. (PubMed)
Nature Neurosci 9: 20-22 (2006)


Involvement of the central thalamus in the control of smooth pursuit eye movements. (PubMed)
J Neurosci 25: 5866-5876 (2005)


Effects of eye position on estimates of eye displacement for spatial updating. (PubMed)
NeuroReport 16: 1261-1265 (2005)


Contribution of signals downstream from adaptation to saccade programming. (PubMed)
J Neurophysiol 90: 2080-2086 (2003)

Enhancement of multiple components of pursuit eye movement by microstimulation in the arcuate frontal pursuit area in monkeys. (PubMed)
J Neurophysiol 87: 802-818 (2002)


Role of arcuate frontal cortex of monkeys in smooth pursuit eye movements. I. Basic response properties to retinal image motion and position. (PubMed)
J Neurophysiol 87: 2684-2699 (2002)


Role of arcuate frontal cortex of monkeys in smooth pursuit eye movements. II. Relation to vector averaging pursuit. (PubMed)
J Neurophysiol 87: 2700-2714 (2002)


Regulation of the gain of visually guided smooth-pursuit eye movements by frontal cortex. (PubMed)
Nature 409: 191-194 (2001)

 

Context-dependent smooth eye movements evoked by stationary visual stimuli in trained monkeys. (PubMed)
J Neurophysiol 84: 1748-1762 (2000)


Latency of saccades during smooth pursuit eye movement in man: directional asymmetries. (PubMed)
Exp Brain Res 121: 92-98 (1998)


Neuronal responses related to smooth pursuit eye movements in the periarcuate cortical area of monkeys. (PubMed)
J Neurophysiol 80: 28-47 (1998)


Slow eye movement evoked by sudden appearance of a stationary visual stimulus in a step-ramp smooth pursuit task in monkey. (PubMed)
Neurosci Res 29: 93-98 (1997)


Adaptive changes in human smooth pursuit eye movement. (PubMed)
Neurosci Res 25: 391-398 (1996)