Dr. Masataka Watanabe

Address: Spemannstr. 38
72076 Tübingen
Room number: 133
Phone: +49 7071 601 670
Fax: +49 7071 601 652
E-Mail: masataka.watanabe


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Masataka Watanabe

Position: Research Scientist  Unit: Logothetis

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Articles (28):

Kwon S, Watanabe M, Fischer E and Bartels A (January-2017) Attention reorganizes connectivity across networks in a frequency specific manner NeuroImage 144(Part A) 217-226.
Florin E, Watanabe M and Logothetis NK (June-2015) The role of sub-second neural events in spontaneous brain activity Current Opinion in Neurobiology 32 24–30.
Aller M, Giani A, Conrad V, Watanabe M and Noppeney U (February-2015) A spatially collocated sound thrusts a flash into awareness Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience 9(16) 1-8.
Watanabe M, Bartels A, Macke JH, Murayama Y and Logothetis NK (November-2013) Temporal Jitter of the BOLD Signal Reveals a Reliable Initial Dip and Improved Spatial Resolution Current Biology 23(21) 2146–2150.
Watanabe M, Shinohara S and Shimojo S (December-2011) Mirror Adaptation in Sensory-Motor Simultaneity PLoS One 6(12) 1-8.
Watanabe M, Cheng K, Murayama Y, Ueno K, Asamizuya T, Tanaka K and Logothetis NK (November-2011) Attention But Not Awareness Modulates the BOLD Signal in the Human V1 During Binocular Suppression Science 334(6057) 829-831.
Masuda A, Watanabe J, Terao M, Watanabe M, Yagi A and Maruya K (October-2011) Awareness of central luminance edge is crucial for the Craik-O’Brien-Cornsweet effect Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5(125) 1-9.
Okamoto T, Ikezoe K, Tamura H, Watanabe M, Aihara K and Fujita I (October-2011) Predicted contextual modulation varies with distance from pinwheel centers in the orientation preference map Scientific Reports 1(114) 1-11.
Tajima S and Watanabe M (March-2011) Acquisition of nonlinear forward optics in generative models: Two-stage "downside-up" learning for occluded vision Neural Networks 24(2) 148-158.
Tajima S, Watanabe M, Chihiro I, Ueno K, Asamizuya T, Sun P, Tanaka K and Cheng K (March-2010) Opposing Effects of Contextual Surround in Human Early Visual Cortex Revealed by Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging with Continuously Modulated Visual Stimuli Journal of Neuroscience 30(9) 3264-3270.
Hosoda K, Watanabe M, Wersing H, Koerner E, Tsujino H, Tamura H and Fujita I (September-2009) A Model for Learning Topographically Organized Parts-Based Representations of Objects in Visual Cortex: Topographic Nonnegative Matrix Factorization Neural Computation 21(9) 2605-2633.
Maruya K, Watanabe H and Watanabe M (November-2008) Adaptation to invisible motion results in low-level but not high-level aftereffects Journal of Vision 8(11:7) 1-11.
Kawasaki M, Watanabe M, Okuda J, Sakagami M and Aihara K (June-2008) Human posterior parietal cortex maintains color, shape and motion in visual short-term memory Brain Research 1213(5) 91-97.
Kawasaki M and Watanabe M (July-2007) Oscillatory gamma and theta activity during repeated mental manipulations of a visual image Neuroscience Letters 422(2) 141-145.
Matsumoto N, Ide D, Watanabe M and Okada M (2007) Retrieval Property of Attractor Network with Synaptic Depression Journal of the Physical Society of Japan 76(084005) 1-10.
Kanai R and Watanabe M (October-2006) Visual onset expands subjective time Perception and Psychophysics 68(7) 1113-1123.
Matsumoto N, Ide D, Watanabe M and Okada M (June-2005) Synaptic depression enlarges basin of attraction Neurocomputing 65-66 571-577.
Okamoto T, Watanabe M, Aihara K and Kondo S (December-2004) An explanation of contextual modulation by short-range isotropic connections and orientation map geometry in the primary visual cortex Biological Cybernetics 91(6) 396-407.
Watanabe H, Watanabe M, Aihara K and Kondo S (November-2004) Change of memory formation according to STDP in a continuous-time neural network model Systems and Computers in Japan 35(12) 57-66.
Watanabe M and Aihara K (September-2004) A network of coincidence detector neurons with periodic and chaotic dynamics IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks 15(5) 980-986.
Urakubo H, Watanabe M, Kuroda S, Aihara T and Kondo S (May-2004) Spatial Localization of Synapses Required for Supralinear Summation of Action Potentials and EPSPs Journal of Computational Neuroscience 16(3) 251-265.
Watanabe M, Masuda T and Kazuyuki A (September-2003) Forward propagating reinforcement learning: biologically plausible learning method for multi-layer networks Biosystems 71(1-2) 213-220.
Watanabe M, Nakanishi K and Kazuyuki A (May-2001) Solving the binding problem of the brain with bi-directional functional connectivity Neural Networks 14(4-5) 395-406.
Watanabe M, Aihara K, Takahashi Y and Kondo S (December-2000) Associative memory model with temporal spike coding and active dendrite Biosystems 58(1-3) 259-263.
Watanabe M and Aihara K (2000) Dual Coding and Network Dynamics. Change of Effective Neuronal Time Constant with the Balance of Excitatory and Inhibitory Neuronal Activity IEIC Technical Report 100(191) 31-36.
Watanabe M and Aihara K (November-1997) Chaos in Neural Networks Composed of Coincidence Detector Neurons Neural Networks 10(8) 1353-1359.
Watanabe M, Aihara K and Kondo S (February-1997) A dynamic neural network with temporal coding and functional connectivity Biological Cybernetics 78(2) 87-93.
Watanabe M, Aihara K and Kondo S (March-1996) Automatic learning in chaotic neural networks Electronics and Communications in Japan III: Fundamental Electronic Science 79(3) 87-93.

Conference papers (1):

Watanabe M, Aihara K and Kondo S (1997) Self-organization dynamics in chaotic neural networks In: Control and Chaos, , US-Australia Workshop on Control and Chaos 1995, Birkhäuser, Boston, MA, USA, 320-332, Series: Mathematical Modelling ; 8.

Contributions to books (2):

Aihara K, Okada M, Adachi M and Watanabe M: Neural Networks and Architectures, 2588-2592. In: Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, (Ed) M.D. Binder, Springer, Berlin, Germany, (2009).
Asai H, Koshizen T, Watanabe M, Tsujino H and Aihara K: Cognitive User Modeling Computed by a Proposed Dialogue Strategy Based on an Inductive Game Theory, 325-351. In: Machine Learning and Robot Perception, (Ed) B. Apolloni, Springer, Berlin, Germany, (2005).

Posters (6):

Delong P, Giani A, Aller M, Rohe T, Conrad V, Watanabe M and Noppeney U (April-10-2017): The invisible ventriloquist: can unaware flashes alter sound perception?, BNA 2017 Festival of Neuroscience (British Neuroscience Association), Birmingham, UK, Brain and Neuroscience Advances, 1(BNA 2017 Festival of Neuroscience: Abstract Book) 27.
Kwon S, Watanabe M and Bartels A (October-21-2015): Top-down attention de-correlates early visual cortex, 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2015), Chicago, IL, USA.
Watanabe M, Loewe S, Vaiceliunaite A, Logothetis NK, Katzner S and Busse L (October-19-2015): Behavioral and neural effects of visual masking and optogenetic V1 suppression in mice, 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2015), Chicago, IL, USA.
Loewe S, Watanabe M, Logothetis NK, Busse L and Katzner S (October-19-2015): Temporal predictability of visual target onset by audition leads to decrease in evoked neural activity in mouse V1, 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2015), Chicago, IL, USA.
Watanabe M, Totah N, Kaiser K, Lowe S and Logothetis NK (November-17-2014): Visual backward masking in rats: A behavioral task for studying the neural mechanisms of visual awareness, 44th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2014), Washington, DC, USA.
Kwon S, Watanabe M, Fischer E and Bartels A (October-16-2012): Effects of visual attention on BOLD signal variance, 42nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (Neuroscience 2012), New Orleans, LA, USA.

Talks (3):

Watanabe M (April-22-2014) Abstract Talk: A Turing Test for Visual Qualia: An Experimental Method to Test Various Hypotheses on Consciousness, 20th Anniversary Conference Toward a Science of Consciousness (TSC 2014), Tucson, AZ, USA 120.
Watanabe M (April-17-2014) Invited Lecture: A Turing Test for Visual Qualia and the Chaotic Spatiotemporal Fluctuation Hypothesis, Stanford University: Center for the Explanation of Consciousness, Stanford, CA, USA.
Watanabe M (June-5-2013) Invited Lecture: Is the primary visual cortex modulated by visual awareness?, University of Glasgow: Seminar Series in Psychology, Glasgow, UK.

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