Naoki Kogo
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Morphological and physiological properties of caudal medullary expiratory neurons of the cat
H Arita, N Kogo, N Koshiya
Brain research 401 (2), 258-266, 1987
Surface construction by a 2-D differentiation–integration process: A neurocomputational model for perceived border ownership, depth, and lightness in Kanizsa figures.
N Kogo, C Strecha, L Van Gool, J Wagemans
Psychological review 117 (2), 406, 2010
Neural organization of the ventilatory activity in the frog, Rana catesbeiana. I
N Kogo, SF Perry, JE Remmers
Journal of neurobiology 25 (9), 1067-1079, 1994
Locations of medullary neurons with non-phasic discharges excited by stimulation of central and/or peripheral chemoreceptors and by activation of nociceptors in cat
H Arita, N Kogo, K Ichikawa
Brain research 442 (1), 1-10, 1988
Depression of GABAergic input to identified hippocampal neurons by group III metabotropic glutamate receptors in the rat
N Kogo, Y Dalezios, M Capogna, F Ferraguti, R Shigemoto, P Somogyi
European Journal of Neuroscience 19 (10), 2727-2740, 2004
Fictive respiratory rhythm in the isolated brainstem of frogs
HA McLean, N Kimura, N Kogo, SF Perry, JE Remmers
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 176 (5), 703-713, 1995
Depth profiles of pH and PO2 in the in vitro brainstem preparation of the tadpole Rana catesbeiana
CS Torgerson, MJ Gdovin, N Kogo, JE Remmers
Respiration physiology 108 (3), 205-213, 1997
Neural organization of the ventilatory activity in the frog, Rana catesbeiana. II.
N Kogo, JE Remmers
Journal of neurobiology 25 (9), 1080-1094, 1994
Possible locations of pH-dependent central chemoreceptors: intramedullary regions with acidic shift of extracellular fluid pH during hypercapnia
H Arita, K Ichikawa, S Kuwana, N Kogo
Brain research 485 (2), 285-293, 1989
Is predictive coding theory articulated enough to be testable?
N Kogo, C Trengove
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 9, 111, 2015
In vivo study on medullary H (+)-sensitive neurons
N Kogo, H Arita
Journal of applied physiology 69 (4), 1408-1412, 1990
The “side” matters: How configurality is reflected in completion
N Kogo, J Wagemans
Cognitive Neuroscience 4 (1), 31-45, 2013
Direction tuning of individual retinal inputs to the turtle accessory optic system
N Kogo, DMG Rubio, M Ariel
Journal of Neuroscience 18 (7), 2673-2684, 1998
Membrane properties and monosynaptic retinal excitation of neurons in the turtle accessory optic system
N Kogo, M Ariel
Journal of neurophysiology 78 (2), 614-627, 1997
Frequency tagging yields an objective neural signature of Gestalt formation
N Alp, N Kogo, G Van Belle, J Wagemans, B Rossion
Brain and Cognition 104, 15-24, 2016
Neural mechanisms of figure-ground organization: Border-ownership, competition and perceptual switching
N Kogo, R van Ee
Handbook of perceptual organization, 2015
The frog brainstem preparation as a model for studying the central control of breathing in tetrapods.
SF Perry, HA McLean, N Kogo, N Kimura, H Kawasaki, M Sakurai, ...
Brazilian journal of medical and biological research= Revista brasileira de …, 1995
Temporal dynamics of different cases of bi-stable figure–ground perception
N Kogo, L Hermans, D Stuer, R van Ee, J Wagemans
Vision research 106, 7-19, 2015
The emergent property of border-ownership and the perception of illusory surfaces in a dynamic hierarchical system
N Kogo, J Wagemans
Cognitive Neuroscience 4 (1), 54-61, 2013
Direction tuning of inhibitory inputs to the turtle accessory optic system
M Ariel, N Kogo
Journal of neurophysiology 86 (6), 2919-2930, 2001
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