Ryu Ohata
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Sense of Agency Beyond Sensorimotor Process: Decoding Self-Other Action Attribution in the Human Brain
R Ohata, T Asai, H Kadota, H Shigemasu, K Ogawa, H Imamizu
Cerebral Cortex 30 (7), 4076-4091, 2020
Perception and control: individual difference in the sense of agency is associated with learnability in sensorimotor adaptation
W Wen, H Ishii, R Ohata, A Yamashita, H Asama, H Imamizu
Scientific reports 11 (1), 20542, 2021
The active sensing of control difference
W Wen, H Shibata, R Ohata, A Yamashita, H Asama, H Imamizu
IScience 23 (5), 101112, 2020
Categorical perception of control
W Wen, N Shimazaki, R Ohata, A Yamashita, H Asama, H Imamizu
Eneuro 7 (5), 2020
Single-trial prediction of reaction time variability from MEG brain activity
R Ohata, K Ogawa, H Imamizu
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-11, 2016
I Hear My Voice; Therefore I Spoke: The Sense of Agency Over Speech Is Enhanced by Hearing One’s Own Voice
R Ohata, T Asai, S Imaizumi, H Imamizu
Psychological Science, 09567976211068880, 2022
Neuroimaging examination of driving mode switching corresponding to changes in the driving environment
R Ohata, K Ogawa, H Imamizu
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 74, 0
Time-dependent neural arbitration between cue associative and episodic fear memories
A Cortese, R Ohata, M Alemany, N Kitagawa, H Imamizu, A Koizumi
bioRxiv, 2023.03. 22.533726, 2023
Biased self-other attribution changes feedback control: link between the sense of agency and sensorimotor control
M Tanaka, R Ohata, T Asai, H Imamizu
PsyArXiv, 2022
Neural dSCA: demixing multimodal interaction among brain areas during naturalistic experiments
Y Takagi, LT Hunt, R Ohata, H Imamizu, J Hirayama
arXiv preprint arXiv:2106.02948, 2021
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