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Curriculum Vitae

Yoshiharu Yamamoto, Ph.D.

11 September 2014

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  1. Takimoto, Y., K. Yoshiuchi, T. Ishizawa, Y. Yamamoto, and A. Akabayashi. Autonomic dysfunction responses to head-up tilt in anorexia nervosa. Clinical Autonomic Research 24: 175-181, 2014.

  2. Pan, W., Y. Song, S. Kwak, S. Yoshida, and Y. Yamamoto. Quantitative evaluation of the use of actigraphy for neurological and psychiatric disorders. Behavioural Neurology 897252-1-6, 2014.

  3. Iwasaki, S., Y. Yamamoto, F. Togo, M. Kinoshita, Y. Yoshifuji, C. Fujimoto, and T. Yamasoba. Noisy vestibular stimulation improves body balance in bilateral vestibulopathy. Neurology 82: 969-975, 2014.

  4. Kishi, A., F. Togo, D. B. Cook, M. Klapholz, Y. Yamamoto, D. M. Rapoport, and B. H. Natelson. The effects of exercise on dynamic sleep morphology in healthy controls and patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. Physiological Reports 1: e00152-1-14, 2013.

  5. Nakamura, T., S. Schwander, R. Donnelly, D. B. Cook, F. Ortega, F. Togo, Y. Yamamoto, N. S. Cherniack, M. Klapholz, D. Rapoport, and B. H. Natelson. Cytokines do not change after exercise or sleep deprivation in chronic fatigue syndrome. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology 20: 1736-1742, 2013.

  6. Kim, J., T. Nakamura, H. Kikuchi, T. Sasaki, and Y. Yamamoto. Co-variation of depressive mood and locomotor dynamics evaluated by ecological momentary assessment in healthy humans. PLoS ONE 8: e74979-1-12, 2013.

  7. Pan, W., S. Kwak, F. Li, C. Wu, Y. Chen, Y. Yamamoto, and D. Cai. Actigraphy monitoring of symptoms in patients with Parkinson's disease. Physiology and Behavior 119: 156-160, 2013.

  8. Nakamura, T., T. Takumi, A. Takano, F. Hatanaka, and Y. Yamamoto. Characterization and modeling of intermittent locomotor dynamics in clock gene-deficient mice. PLoS ONE 8: e58884-1-8, 2013.

  9. Kim, J., H. Kikuchi, and Y. Yamamoto. Systematic comparison between ecological momentary assessment and day reconstruction method for fatigue and mood states in healthy adults. British Journal of Health Psychology 18: 155-167, 2013.

  10. Ogata, H., K. Nakamura, M. Sato, K. Tokuyama, S. Nagasaka, N. Ebine, K. Kiyono, and Y. Yamamoto. Lack of negative correlation in glucose dynamics by NEAT restriction in healthy adults. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 45: 60-66, 2013.

  11. Kikuchi, H., K. Yoshiuchi, Y. Yamamoto, G. Komaki, and A. Akabayashi. Diurnal variation of tension-type headache intensity and exacerbation: An investigation using computerized ecological momentary assessment. BioPsychoSocial Medicine 6: 18-1-7, 2012.

  12. Sano, W., T. Nakamura, K. Yoshiuchi, T. Kitajima, A. Tsuchiya, Y. Esaki, Y. Yamamoto, and N. Iwata. Enhanced persistency of resting and active periods of locomotor activity in schizophrenia. PLoS ONE 7: e43539-1-7, 2012.

  13. Ogata, H., K. Tokuyama, S. Nagasaka, T. Tsuchita, I. Kusaka, S. Ishibashi, H. Suzuki, N. Yamada, K. Hamano, K. Kiyono, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. The lack of long-range negative correlations in glucose dynamics is associated with worse glucose control in diabetes mellitus patients. Metabolism 61: 1041-1050, 2012.

  14. Kiyono, K., J. Hayano, S. Kwak, E. Watanabe, and Y. Yamamoto. Non-Gaussianity of low frequency heart rate variability and sympathetic activation: lack of increases in multiple system atrophy and Parkinson disease. Frontiers in Physiology 3: 34-1-10, 2012.

  15. Kishi, A., B. H. Natelson, F. Togo, Z. R. Struzik, D. M. Rapoport, and Y. Yamamoto. Sleep stage dynamics in chronic fatigue syndrome patients with or without fibromyalgia. SLEEP 34: 1551-1560, 2011.

  16. Kishi, A., H. Yasuda, T. Matsumoto, Y. Inami, J. Horiguchi, M. Tamaki, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Non-REM sleep stage transitions control ultradian REM sleep rhythm. SLEEP 34: 1423-1432, 2011.

  17. Hayano, J., K. Kiyono, Z. R. Struzik, Y. Yamamoto, E. Watanabe, P. K. Stein, L. L. Watkins, J. A. Blumenthal, and R. M. Carney. Increased non-Gaussianity of heart rate variability predicts cardiac mortality after an acute myocardial infarction. Frontiers in Physiology 2: 65-1-11, 2011.

  18. Kikuchi, H., K. Yoshiuchi, Y. Yamamoto, G. Komaki, and A. Akabayashi. Does sleep aggravate tension-type headache?: An investigation using computerized ecological momentary assessment and actigraphy. BioPsychoSocial Medicine 5: 10-1-8, 2011.

  19. Pan, W., Y. Liu, Z. Fang, X. Zhu, S. Kwak, and Y. Yamamoto. A compound belonging to traditional Chinese medicine improves nocturnal activity in Parkinson's disease. Sleep Medicine 12: 307-308, 2011.

  20. Pan, W., S. Kwak, Y. Liu, Z. Fang, Y. Sun, B. Qing, and Y. Yamamoto. Traditional Chinese medicine improves activities of daily living in Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's Disease 2011: 789506-1-7, 2011.

  21. Kishi, A., H. Yasuda, T. Matsumoto, Y. Inami, J. Horiguchi, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Sleep stage transitions in healthy humans altered by central monoaminergic antagonist. Methods of Information in Medicine 49: 458-461, 2010.

  22. Aihara, T., K. Kitajo, D. Nozaki, and Y. Yamamoto. How does stochastic resonance work within the human brain? - psychophysics of internal and external noise. Chemical Physics 375: 616-624, 2010.

  23. Yamanaka, K. and Y. Yamamoto. Lateralized EEG power and phase dynamics related to motor response execution. Clinical Neurophysiology 121: 1711-1718, 2010.

  24. Nakamura, T., M. Sone, N. Aoyagi, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Association of local statistics of locomotor activity with momentary depressive mood. International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism 12: 121-126, 2010.

  25. Hachizuka, M., K. Yoshiuchi, Y. Yamamoto, S. Iwase, K. Nakagawa, K. Kawagoe, and A. Akabayashi. The development of a personal digital assistant (PDA) system to collect symptom information in home hospice patients. Journal of Palliative Medicine 13: 647-651, 2010.

  26. Nakamura, T., S. K. Schwander, R. Donnelly, F. Ortega, F. Togo, G. Broderick, Y. Yamamoto, N. S. Cherniack, D. Rapoport, and B. H. Natelson. Cytokines across the night in chronic fatigue syndrome with and without fibromyalgia. Clinical and Vaccine Immunology 17: 582-587, 2010.

  27. Takeda, Y., M. Sato, K. Yamanaka, D. Nozaki, and Y. Yamamoto. A generalized method to estimate waveforms common across trials from EEGs. NeuroImage 51: 629-641, 2010.

  28. Yamanaka, K. and Y. Yamamoto. Single-trial EEG power and phase dynamics associated with voluntary response inhibition. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 22: 714-727, 2010.

  29. Wu, M.-C., E. Watanabe, Z. R. Struzik, C.-K. Hu, and Y. Yamamoto. Phase statistics approach to human ventricular fibrillation. Physical Review E, 80: 051917-1-9, 2009.

  30. Nakano, T., Y. Yamamoto, K. Kitajo, T. Takahashi, and S. Kitazawa. Synchronization of spontaneous eye blinks while viewing video stories. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 276: 3635-3644, 2009.

  31. Togo, F., B. H. Natelson, G. K. Adler, J. E. Ottenweller, D. L. Goldenberg, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Plasma cytokine fluctuations over time in healthy controls and patients with fibromyalgia. Experimental Biology and Medicine 234: 232-240, 2009.

  32. Pan, W., R. Soma, S. Kwak, and Y. Yamamoto. Improvement of motor functions by noisy vestibular stimulation in central neurodegenerative disorders. Journal of Neurology 255: 1657-1661, 2008.

  33. Sakamoto, N., K. Yoshiuchi, H. Kikuchi, Y. Takimoto, H. Kaiya, H. Kumano, Y. Yamamoto, and A. Akabayashi. Panic disorder and locomotor activity. BioPsychoSocial Medicine 2: 23-1-6, 2008.

  34. Yoshiuchi, K., Y. Yamamoto, and A. Akabayashi. Application of ecological momentary assessment in stress-related diseases. BioPsychoSocial Medicine 2: 13-1-6, 2008.

  35. Ishizawa, T., K. Yoshiuchi, Y. Takimoto, Y. Yamamoto, and A. Akabayashi. Heart rate and blood pressure variability and baroreflex sensitivity in patients with anorexia nervosa. Psychosomatic Medicine 70: 695-700, 2008.

  36. Aihara, T., K. Kitajo, D. Nozaki, and Y. Yamamoto. Internal noise determines external stochastic resonance in visual perception. Vision Research 48: 1569-1573, 2008.

  37. Kishi, A., Z. R. Struzik, B. H. Natelson, F. Togo, and Y. Yamamoto. Dynamics of sleep stage transitions in healthy humans and patients with chronic fatigue syndrome. American Journal of Physiology, Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 294: R1980-R1987, 2008.

  38. Takeda, Y., K. Yamanaka, D. Nozaki, and Y. Yamamoto. Extracting a stimulus-unlocked component from EEG during NoGo trials of a Go/NoGo task. NeuroImage 41: 777-788, 2008.

  39. Nakamura, T., T. Takumi, A. Takano, N. Aoyagi, K. Yoshiuchi, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Of mice and men - universality and breakdown of behavioral organization. PLoS ONE 3: e2050-1-8, 2008.

  40. Struzik, Z. R., K. Kiyono, J. Hayano, E. Watanabe, and Y. Yamamoto. Increased heteroscedasticity of heart rate in fatal heart failure. Europhysics Letters 82: 28005-1-5, 2008.

  41. Yasuda, H., T. Miyaoka, J. Horiguchi, A. Yasuda, P. Hänggi, and Y. Yamamoto. Novel class of neural stochastic resonance and error-free information transfer. Physical Review Letters 100: 118103-1-4, 2008.

  42. Kotani, K., K. Takamasu, Y. Jimbo, and Y. Yamamoto. Postural-induced phase shift of respiratory sinus arrhythmia and blood pressure variations - insight from respiratory-phase domain analysis. American Journal of Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology 294: H1481-H1489, 2008.

  43. Kiyono, K., J. Hayano, E. Watanabe, Z.R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Non-Gaussian heart rate as an independent predictor of mortality in chronic heart failure patients. Heart Rhythm 5: 261-268, 2008.

  44. Takeda, Y., K. Yamanaka, and Y. Yamamoto. Temporal decomposition of EEG during a simple reaction time task into stimulus- and response-locked components. NeuroImage 39: 742-754, 2008.

  45. Yoshiuchi, K., D. B. Cook, K. Ohashi, H. Kumano, T. Kuboki, Y. Yamamoto, and B. H. Natelson. A real-time assessment of the effect of exercise in chronic fatigue syndrome. Physiology and Behavior 92: 963-968, 2007.

  46. Kikuchi, H., K. Yoshiuchi, K. Ohashi, Y. Yamamoto, and A. Akabayashi. Tension-type headache and physical activity: an actigraphic study. Cephalalgia 27: 1236-1243, 2007.

  47. Kitajo, K., S. M. Doesburg, K. Yamanaka, D. Nozaki, L. M. Ward, and Y. Yamamoto. Noise-induced large-scale phase synchronization of human-brain activity associated with behavioural stochastic resonance. Europhysics Letters 80: 40009-1-6, 2007.

  48. Kiyono, K., Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Estimator of a non-Gaussian parameter in multiplicative log-normal models. Physical Review E 76: 041113-1-8, 2007.

  49. Nakamura, T., K. Kiyono, K. Yoshiuchi, R. Nakahara, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Universal scaling law in human behavioral organization. Physical Review Letters 99: 138103-1-4, 2007.

  50. Pan, W., K. Ohashi, Y. Yamamoto, and S. Kwak. Power-law temporal autocorrelation of activity reflects severity of parkinsonism. Movement Disorders 22: 1308-1313, 2007.

  51. Ogata, H., K. Tokuyama, S. Nagasaka, A. Ando, I. Kusaka, N. Sato, A. Goto, S. Ishibashi, K. Kiyono, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Long-range correlated glucose fluctuations in diabetes. Methods of Information in Medicine 46: 222-226, 2007.

  52. Aoyagi, N., Z. R. Struzik, K. Kiyono, and Y. Yamamoto. Autonomic imbalance induced breakdown of long-range dependence in healthy heart rate. Methods of Information in Medicine 46: 174-178, 2007.

  53. Struzik, Z. R., K. Yoshiuchi, M. Sone, T. Ishikawa, H. Kikuchi, H. Kumano, T. Watsuji, B. H. Natelson, and Y. Yamamoto. ``Mobile Nurse'' platform for ubiquitous medicine. Methods of Information in Medicine 46: 130-134, 2007.

  54. Kitajo, K., K. Yamanaka, L. M. Ward, and Y. Yamamoto. Stochastic resonance in attention control. Europhysics Letters 76: 1029-1035, 2006.

  55. Ogata, H., K. Tokuyama, S. Nagasaka, A. Ando, I. Kusaka, N. Sato, A. Goto, S. Ishibashi, K. Kiyono, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Long-range negative correlation of glucose dynamics in humans and its breakdown in diabetes mellitus. American Journal of Physiology, Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 291: R1638-R1643, 2006.

  56. Kikuchi, H., K. Yoshiuchi, N. Miyasaka, K. Ohashi, Y. Yamamoto, H. Kumano, T. Kuboki, and A. Akabayashi. Reliability of recalled self-report on headache intensity: investigation using ecological momentary assessment technique. Cephalalgia 26: 1335-1343, 2006.

  57. Safonov, L. A. and Y. Yamamoto. Noise-driven switching between limit cycles and adaptability in a small-dimensional excitable network with balanced coupling. Physical Review E 73: 031914-1-11, 2006.

  58. Kiyono, K., Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Criticality and phase transition in stock-price fluctuations. Physical Review Letters 96: 068701-1-4, 2006.

  59. Togo, F., K. Kiyono, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Unique very low-frequency heart rate variability during deep sleep in humans. IEEE Transaction on Biomedical Engineering 53: 28-34, 2006.

  60. Kiyono, K., Z. R. Struzik, N. Aoyagi, and Y. Yamamoto. Multiscale probability density function analysis: Non-Gaussian and scale-invariant fluctuations of healthy human heart rate. IEEE Transaction on Biomedical Engineering 53: 95-102, 2006.

  61. Struzik, Z. R., J. Hayano, R. Soma, S. Kwak, and Y. Yamamoto. Aging of complex heart rate dynamics. IEEE Transaction on Biomedical Engineering 53: 89-94, 2006.

  62. Kotani, K., Z. R. Struzik, K. Takamasu, H. E. Stanley, and Y. Yamamoto. Model for complex heart rate dynamics in health and diseases. Physical Review E 72: 041904-1-8, 2005.

  63. Yamamoto, Y., Z. R. Struzik, R. Soma, K. Ohashi, and S. Kwak. Noisy vestibular stimulation improves autonomic and motor responsiveness in central neuro-degenerative disorders. Annals of Neurology 58: 175-181, 2005.

  64. Kiyono, K., Z. R. Struzik, N. Aoyagi, F. Togo, and Y. Yamamoto. Phase transition in healthy human heart rate. Physical Review Letters 95: 058101-1-4, 2005.

  65. Saito, M., H. Kumano, K. Yoshiuchi, N. Kokubo, K. Ohashi, Y. Yamamoto, N. Shinohara, Y. Yanagisawa, K. Sakabe, M. Miyata, S. Ishikawa, and T. Kuboki. Symptom profile of multiple chemical sensitivity in actual life. Psychosomatic Medicine 67: 318-325, 2005.

  66. Struzik, Z. R., J. Hayano, S. Sakata, S. Kwak, and Y. Yamamoto. $1/f$ scaling in heart rate requires antagonistic autonomic control. Physical Review E 70: 050901(R)-1-4, 2004.

  67. Kiyono, K., Z. R. Struzik, N. Aoyagi, S. Sakata, J. Hayano, and Y. Yamamoto. Critical scale-invariance in healthy human heart rate. Physical Review Letters 93: 178103-1-4, 2004.

  68. Yoshiuchi, K., K. S. Quigley, K. Ohashi, Y. Yamamoto, and B. H. Natelson. Use of time frequency analysis to investigate temporal patterns of cardiac autonomic response during head-up tilt in chronic fatigue syndrome. Autonomic Neuroscience 113: 55-62, 2004.

  69. Amaral, L. A. N., D. J. B. Soares, L. R. daSilva, L. S. Lucena, M. Saito, H. Kumano, N. Aoyagi, and Y. Yamamoto. Power-law temporal auto-correlations in day-long records of human physical activity and their alterations with disease. Europhysics Letters 68: 448-454, 2004.

  70. Ohashi, K., G. Bleijenberg, S. Van der Warf, J. Prins, L. A. N. Amaral, B. H. Natelson, and Y. Yamamoto. Decreased fractal correlation in diural physical activity in chronic fatigue syndrome. Methods of Information in Medicine 43: 26-29, 2004.

  71. Ohashi, K., L. A. N. Amaral, B. H. Natelson, and Y. Yamamoto. Asymmetrical singularities in real-world signals. Physical Review E 68: 065204(R)-1-4, 2003.

  72. Peckerman, A., J. J. LaManca, B. Qureishi, K. A. Dahl, R. Golfetti, Y. Yamamoto, and B. H. Natelson. Baroreceptor reflex and integrative stress responses in chronic fatigue syndrome. Psychosomatic Medicine 65: 889-895, 2003.

  73. Soma, R., D. Nozaki, S. Kwak, and Y. Yamamoto. $1/f$ noise outperforms white noise in sensitizing baroreflex function in the human brain. Physical Review Letters 91: 078101-1-4, 2003.

  74. Yoshiuchi, K., Y. Yamamoto, H. Niwamoto, T. Watsuji, H. Kumano, and T. Kuboki. Behavioral power-law exponents in the usage of electric appliances correlate mood states in the elderly. International Journal of Sport and Health Sciences 1: 41-47, 2003.

  75. Aoyagi, N., K. Ohashi, and Y. Yamamoto. Frequency characteristics of long-term heart rate variability during constant routine protocol. American Journal of Physiology, Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 285: R171-R176, 2003.

  76. Kitajo, K., D. Nozaki, L. M. Ward, and Y. Yamamoto. Behavioral stochastic resonance within the human brain. Physical Review Letters 90: 218103-1-4, 2003.

  77. Yamamoto, Y., J. J. LaManca, and B. H. Natelson. A measure of heart rate variability is sensitive to orthostatic challenge in women with chronic fatigue syndrome. Experimental Biology and Medicine 228: 167-174, 2003.

  78. Yamamoto, Y., I. Hidaka, D. Nozaki, N. Iso-o, R. Soma, and S. Kwak. Noise-induced sensitization of human brain. Physica A 314: 53-60, 2002.

  79. Ohashi, K., Y. Yamamoto, and B. H. Natelson. Activity rhythm degrades after strenuous exercise in chronic fatigue syndrome. Physiology and Behavior 77: 39-44, 2002.

  80. Yamamoto, Y., I. Hidaka, N. Iso-o, A. Komai, R. Soma, and S. Kwak. Noise-induced compensation for postural hypotension in primary autonomic failure. Brain Research 945: 71-78, 2002.

  81. Kotani, K., K. Takamasu, Y. Ashkenazy, H. E. Stanley, and Y. Yamamoto. Model for cardio-respiratory synchronization in humans. Physical Review E 65: 051923-1-9, 2002.

  82. Yamanaka, K., T. Kimura, M. Miyazaki, N. Kawashima, D. Nozaki, K. Nakazawa, H. Yano, and Y. Yamamoto. Human cortical activities during Go/NoGo tasks with opposite motor control paradigms. Experimental Brain Research 142: 301-307, 2002.

  83. Hidaka, I., S. Ando, H. Shigematsu, K. Sakai, S. Setoguchi, T. Seto, Y. Hirooka, A. Takeshita, and Y. Yamamoto. Noise enhanced heart rate and sympathetic nerve responses to oscillatory lower body negative pressure in humans. Journal of Neurophysiology 86: 559-564, 2001.

  84. Amaral, L. A. N., P. Ch. Ivanov, N. Aoyagi, I. Hidaka, S. Tomono, A. L. Goldberger, H. E. Stanley, and Y. Yamamoto. Behavioral-independent features of complex heartbeat dynamics. Physical Review Letters 86: 6026-6029, 2001.

  85. Watanabe, T., Y. Mutoh, and Y. Yamamoto. Genetic variance in age-related changes in running performance and growth during adolescence: a longitudinal twin study. American Journal of Human Biology 13: 71-80, 2001.

  86. Fortrat, J. O., D. Sigando, R. L. Hughson, A. Maillet, Y. Yamamoto, and C. Gharib. Effect of prolonged head-down bed rest on complex cardiovascular dynamics. Autonomic Neuroscience 86: 192-201, 2001.

  87. Togo, F., and Y. Yamamoto. Decreased fractal component of human heart rate variability during non-REM sleep. American Journal of Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology 280: H17-H21, 2001.

  88. Hidaka, I., D. Nozaki, and Y. Yamamoto. Functional stochastic resonance in the human brain: Noise induced sensitization of baroreflex system. Physical Review Letters 85: 3740-3743, 2000.

  89. Watanabe, T., Y. Mutoh, and Y. Yamamoto. Similar age-related changes in running performance and growth in adolescent monozygotic twins. American Journal of Human Biology 12: 623-632, 2000.

  90. Fukusaki, C., K. Kawakubo, and Y. Yamamoto. Assessment of the primary effect of aging on heart rate variability in humans. Clinical Autonomic Research 10: 123-130, 2000.

  91. Kotani, K., I. Hidaka, Y. Yamamoto, and S. Ozono. Analysis of respiratory sinus arrhythmia with respect to respiratory phase. Methods of Information in Medicine 39: 153-156, 2000.

  92. Aoyagi, N., K. Ohashi, S. Tomono, and Y. Yamamoto. Temporal contribution of body movement to very long-term heart rate variablity in humans. American Journal of Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology 278: H1035-H1041, 2000.

  93. Nozaki, D., J. J. Collins, and Y. Yamamoto. Mechanism of stochastic resonance enhancement in neuronal models driven by $1/f$ noise. Physical Review E, 60: 4637-4644, 1999.

  94. Watanabe, T., Y. Yamamoto, M. Miyashita, and Y. Mutoh. Secular change in running performance of Japanese adolescents: a longitudinal developmental study. American Journal of Human Biology 10: 765-779, 1998.

  95. Nozaki, D. and Y. Yamamoto. Enhancement of stochastic resonance in a FitzHugh-Nagumo neuronal model driven by colored noise. Physics Letters A 243: 281-287, 1998.

  96. Soma, R. and Y. Yamamoto. Continuous estimation of ${\rm CO_2}$ production during exercise. Methods of Information in Medicine 36: 368-371, 1997.

  97. Fortrat, J. O., Y. Yamamoto, and R. L. Hughson. Respiratory influences on nonlinear dynamics of heart rate variability in humans. Biological Cybernetics 77: 1-10, 1997.

  98. Hoshikawa, Y. and Y. Yamamoto. Effects of Stroop color word conflict test on the autonomic nervous system responses. American Journal of Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology 272: H1113-H1121, 1997.

  99. Gregoire, J. S. Tuck, Y. Yamamoto, and R. L. Hughson. Heart rate variability at rest and exercise: influence of age, gender, and physical training. Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology 21: 455-470, 1996.

  100. Nozaki, D., K. Nakazawa, and Y. Yamamoto. Supraspinal effects on the fractal correlation in human H-reflex. Experimental Brain Research 112: 112-118, 1996.

  101. Yamamoto, Y., Y. Hoshikawa, and M. Miyashita. Effects of acute exposure to simulated altitude on heart rate variability during exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology 81: 1223-1229, 1996.

  102. Yamamoto, Y., Y. Nakamura, H. Sato, M. Yamamoto, K. Kato, and R. L. Hughson. On the fractal nature of heart rate variability in humans: effects of vagal blockade. American Journal of Physiology, Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 269: R830-R837, 1995.

  103. Nozaki, D., K. Nakazawa, and Y. Yamamoto. Fractal correlation in human H-reflex. Experimental Brain Research 105: 402-410, 1995.

  104. Yamamoto, Y., J. O. Fortrat, and R. L. Hughson. On the fractal nature of heart rate variability in humans: effects of respiratory sinus arrhythmia. American Journal of Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology 269: H480-H486, 1995.

  105. Blaber, A. P., Y. Yamamoto, and R. L. Hughson. Change in phase relationship between sytolic BP and RR-interval during lower body negative pressure. American Journal of Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology 268: H1688-H1693, 1995.

  106. Blaber, A. P., Y. Yamamoto, and R. L. Hughson. Methodology of spontaneous baroreflex relationship assessed by surrogate data analysis. American Journal of Physiology, Heart and Circulatory Physiology 268: H1682-H1687, 1995.

  107. Hughson, R. L, A. Maillet, G. Dureau, Y. Yamamoto, and C. Gharib. Harmonic and fractal blood pressure variability in heart transplant patients. Hypertension 25: 643-650, 1995.

  108. Hughson, R. L., A. Maillet, G. Gauquelin, P. Arbeille, Y. Yamamoto, and C. Gharib. Investigation of hormonal effects during 10-h head-down tilt on heart rate and blood pressure variability. Journal of Applied Physiology 78: 583-596, 1995.

  109. Hughson, R. L., Y. Yamamoto, R. E. McCullough, J. R. Sutton, and J. T. Reeves. Sympathetic and parasympathetic indicators of heart rate control at altitude studied by spectral analysis. Journal of Applied Physiology 77: 2537-2542, 1994.

  110. Butler, G. C., Y. Yamamoto, and R. L. Hughson. Fractal nature of short-term systolic BP and HR variability during lower body negative pressure. American Journal of Physiology, Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 267: R26-R33, 1994.

  111. Hughson, R. L., A. Maillet, C. Gharib, J. O. Fortrat, Y. Yamamoto, A. Pavy-LeTraon, D. Riviere, and A. Güell. Reduced spontaneous baroreflex response slope during lower body negative pressure after 28 days of head-down bed rest. Journal of Applied Physiology 77: 69-77, 1994.

  112. Butler, G. C., Y. Yamamoto, and R. L. Hughson. Heart rate variability to monitor autonomic nervous system activity during orthostatic stress. Journal of Clinincal Pharmacology 34: 558-562, 1994.

  113. Hughson, R. L., Y. Yamamoto, A. Maillet, J. O. Fortrat, A. Pavy-LeTraon, G. C. Butler, A. Güell, and C. Gharib. Altered autonomic regulation of cardiac function during head-up tilt after 28-day head-down bed-rest with counter-measures. Clinincal Physiology 14: 291-304, 1994.

  114. Hughson, R. L., Y. Yamamoto, A. P. Blaber, A. Maillet, J. O. Fortrat, A. Pavy-LeTraon, J. F. Marini, A. Güell, and C. Gharib. Effect of 28-day head-down bed rest with countermeasures on heart rate variability during LBNP. Aviation and Space Environmental Medicine 65: 293-300, 1994.

  115. Yamamoto, Y. and R. L. Hughson. On the fractal nature of heart rate variability in humans: effects of data length and $\beta$-adrenergic blockade. American Journal of Physiology, Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology 266: R40-R49, 1994.

  116. Hughson, R. L., L. Quintin, G. Annat, Y. Yamamoto, and C. Gharib. Spontaneous baroreflex by sequence and power spectral methods in humans. Clinincal Physiology 13: 663-676, 1993.

  117. Butler, G. C., Y. Yamamoto, H. C. Xing, D. R. Northey, and R. L. Hughson. Heart rate variability and fractal dimension during orthostatic challenges. Journal of Applied Physiology 75: 2602-2612, 1993.

  118. Yamamoto, Y., R. L. Hughson, J. R. Sutton, C. S. Houston, A. Cymerman, E. L. Fallen, and M. V. Kamath. Operation Everest II: an indication of deterministic chaos in human heart rate variability at simulated extreme altitude. Biological Cybernetics 69: 205-212, 1993.

  119. Yamamoto, Y. and R. L. Hughson. Extracting fractal components from time series. Physica D 68: 250-264, 1993.

  120. Nakamura, Y., Y. Yamamoto, and I. Muraoka. Autonomic control of heart rate during physical exercise and fractal dimension of heart rate variability. Journal of Applied Physiology 74: 875-881, 1993.

  121. Hughson, R. L., Y. Yamamoto, G. C. Butler, A. Güell, and C. Gharib. Evaluation of spontaneous baroreflex response during head up tilt after 28 days of head down tilt bed rest. Acta Astronautica 29: 601-605, 1993.

  122. Butler, G. C., Y. Yamamoto, H. C. Xing, D. R. Northey, and R. L. Hughson. Probing heart rate and blood pressure control mechanisms during graded levels of lower body negative pressure (LBNP). Microgravity Quarterly 2: 133-140, 1992.

  123. Yamamoto, Y., R. L. Hughson, and Y. Nakamura. Autonomic nervous system responses to exercise in relation to ventilatory threshold. Chest 101: 206S-210S, 1992.

  124. Xing, H. C., J. E. Cochrane, Y. Yamamoto, and R. L. Hughson. Frequency domain analysis of ventilation and gas exchange kinetics in hypoxic exercise. Journal of Applied Physiology 71: 2394-2401, 1991.

  125. Yamamoto, Y., R. L. Hughson, and J. C. Peterson. Autonomic control of heart rate during exercise studied by heart rate variablity spectral analysis. Journal of Applied Physiology 71: 1136-1142, 1991.

  126. Yamamoto, Y. and R. L. Hughson. Coarse graining spectral analysis: new method for studying heart rate variability. Journal of Applied Physiology 71: 1143-1150, 1991.

  127. Yamamoto, Y., M. Miyashita, R. L. Hughson, S. Tamura, M. Shinohara, and Y. Mutoh. The ventilatory threshold gives maximal lactate steady state. European Journal of Applied Physiology 63: 55-59, 1991.

  128. Yamamoto, Y., K. Mokushi, S. Tamura, Y. Mutoh, M. Miyashita, and H. Hamamoto. Design and implementation of a digital filter for beat-by-beat impedance cardiography. IEEE Transaction of Biomedical Engineering BME-35: 1086-1094, 1988.

  129. Yamamoto, Y., Y. Takei, Y. Mutoh, and M. Miyashita. Delayed appearance of blood lactate with reduced frequency breathing during exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology 57: 462-466, 1988.

  130. Yamamoto, Y., Y. Mutoh, H. Kobayashi, and M. Miyashita. Effects of reduced frequency breathing on arterial hypoxemia during exercise. European Journal of Applied Physiology 56: 522-527, 1987.

  131. Yamamoto, Y., Y. Takei, K. Mokushi, H. Morita, Y. Mutoh, and M. Miyashita. Breath-by-breath measurement of alveolar gas exchange with a slow-response gas analyser. Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing 25: 141-146, 1987.

Book Chapters, Refereed Conference Proceedings, and Correspondence

  1. Nakamura, T., J. Kim, K. Takei, S. Taneichi, T. Sasaki, and Y. Yamamoto. Intermittent locomotor dynamics and its transitions in bipolar disorder. In: Proceedings of 22nd International Conference on Noise and Fluctuations, IEEE, doi: 10.1109/ICNF.2013.6578924, 2013.

  2. Yamamoto, Y. Allostasis, Allostatic Load. In: Encyclopedia of Behavioral Medicine, Gellman, M. and J. R. Turner, editors. Springer, New York, 2012.

  3. Pan, W., Y. Yamamoto, and S. Kwak. Objective evaluation of the severity of Parkinsonism using power-law temporal auto-correlation of activity. In: Diagnostics and Rehabilitation of Parkinson's Disease, Dushanova, J., editor. Intech, pp. 225-238, 2011.

  4. Kikuchi, H., K. Yoshiuchi, K. Ohashi, F. Sato, Y. Takimoto, A. Akabayashi, and Y. Yamamoto. Food intake and heart rate variability: toward a momentary biopsychosocial understanding of eating behavior. In: Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition, Preedy, V. R., Watson, R. R., and C. R. Martin, editors. Springer, London, pp. 845-863, 2011.

  5. Ogata, H., K. Tokuyama, S. Nagasaka, M. Miyamoto, T. Tsuchida, T. Kurashina, N. Sato, A. Deguchi, A. Ando, I. Kusaka, S. Ishibashi, H. Suzuki, N. Yamada, A. Nitta, K. Hamano, K. Kiyono, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Long-range negative correlations in glucose dynamics and glucose control in healthy subjects and in patients with diabetes mellitus. Proceedings of the IFMBE/IMIA 6th International Workshop on Biosignal Interpretation, pp. 207-211, 2009.

  6. Kishi, A., Z. R. Struzik, B. H. Natelson, F. Togo, and Y. Yamamoto. Dynamics of sleep stage transitions in health and disease. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Tacano, M., Y. Yamamoto, and M. Nakao, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 671-674, 2007.

  7. Nakamura, T., K. Kiyono, K. Yoshiuchi, R. Nakahara, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Dynamics of behavioral organization and its alteration in major depression. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Tacano, M., Y. Yamamoto, and M. Nakao, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 667-670, 2007.

  8. Z. R. Struzik, K. Kiyono, and Y. Yamamoto. Multiscale fluctuation analysis revisited. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Tacano, M., Y. Yamamoto, and M. Nakao, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 661-666, 2007.

  9. Kiyono, K., Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Characterisation of non-Gaussian fluctuations in multiplicative log-normal models. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Tacano, M., Y. Yamamoto, and M. Nakao, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 635-640, 2007.

  10. Wu, M. -C., Z. R. Struzik, E. Watanabe, Y. Yamamoto, and C. -K. Hu. Temporal evolution for the phase histogram of ECG during human ventricular fibrillation. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Tacano, M., Y. Yamamoto, and M. Nakao, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 573-576, 2007.

  11. Aihara, T., K. Kitajo, D. Nozaki, and Y. Yamamoto. Bayesian adaptive estimation of psychometric functions in noisy environments. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Tacano, M., Y. Yamamoto, and M. Nakao, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 557-562, 2007.

  12. Yasuda, H., T. Miyaoka, J. Horiguchi, and Y. Yamamoto. Central cross-modal stochastic resonance in human tactile blink reflex. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Tacano, M., Y. Yamamoto, and M. Nakao, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 545-548, 2007.

  13. Kiyono, K., Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Multiscale fluctuation analysis of complex signals. AAPPS (Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies) Bulletin 17(2): 13-20, 2007.

  14. Cerutti, S., A. L. Goldberger, and Y. Yamamoto. Recent advances in heart rate variability signal processing and interpretation. IEEE Transaction on Biomedical Engineering 53: 1-3, 2006.

  15. Safonov, L. A. and Y. Yamamoto. Noise-driven switching between limit cycles and adaptability in a small-dimensional excitable network with balanced coupling. In: Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations, Reggiani, L., C. Pennetta, V. Akimov, E. Alfinito, and M. Rosini, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 415-420, 2005.

  16. Yamamoto, Y., R. Soma, Z. R. Struzik, and S. Kwak. Can electrical vestibular noise be used for the treatment of brain diseases? In: Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations, Reggiani, L., C. Pennetta, V. Akimov, E. Alfinito, and M. Rosini, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 279-286, 2005.

  17. Kiyono, K., Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Phase transition and $1/f$ noise in a modified Bak-Tang-Wiesenfeld sand pile model with time-dependent avalanche propagation. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Gonzalez, T., J. Mateos, and D. Pardo, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 807-810, 2005.

  18. Safonov, L. A. and Y. Yamamoto. Noise-driven switching between limit cycles and adaptability in a small-dimensional excitable network with balanced coupling. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Gonzalez, T., J. Mateos, and D. Pardo, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 615-618, 2005.

  19. Aoyagi, N., K. Kiyono, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Changes in the Hurst exponent of heart rate variability during physical activity. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Gonzalez, T., J. Mateos, and D. Pardo, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 599-602, 2005.

  20. Struzik, Z. R., K. Kiyono, J. Hayano, S. Sakata, S. Kwak, and Y. Yamamoto. Criticality and universality in healthy human heart rate dynamics. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Gonzalez, T., J. Mateos, and D. Pardo, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 549-552, 2005.

  21. Togo, F., K. Kiyono, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Sleep stage dependence of invariance characteristics in fluctuations of healthy human heart rate. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Gonzalez, T., J. Mateos, and D. Pardo, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 545-548, 2005.

  22. Yamamoto, Y., R. Soma, K. Kitajo, L. A. Safonov, K. Yamanaka, I. Hidaka, K. Ohashi, D. Nozaki, Z. R. Struzik, L. M. Ward, and S. Kwak. Functional roles of noise and fluctuations in the human brain. In: Noise and Fluctuations, Gonzalez, T., J. Mateos, and D. Pardo, editors. American Institute of Physics, pp. 535-540, 2005.

  23. Struzik, Z. R., J. Hayano, S. Sakata, S. Kwak, and Y. Yamamoto. Dual antagonistic autonomic control necessary for $1/f$ scaling in heart rate. In: Fractals in Biology and Medicine IV, Losa, G. A., D. Merlini, T. F. Nonnenmacher, and E. R. Weibel, editors. Birkhauser, Basel Boston Berlin, pp141-151, 2005.

  24. Ogata, H., K. Tokuyama, S. Nagasaka, A. Ando, I. Kusaka, N. Sato, A. Goto, S. Ishibashi, K. Kiyono, Z. R. Struzik, and Y. Yamamoto. Long-range correlated glucose fluctuations in diabetes. Proceedings of the IFMBE/IMIA 5th International Workshop on Biosignal Interpretation, pp. 167-170, 2005.

  25. Struzik, Z. R., K. Yoshiuchi, M. Sone, T. Ishikawa, H. Kikuchi, H. Kumano, T. Watsuji, B. H. Natelson, and Y. Yamamoto. ``Mobile Nurse'' platform for ubiquitous medicine. Proceedings of the IFMBE/IMIA 5th International Workshop on Biosignal Interpretation, pp. 49-52, 2005.

  26. Aoyagi, N., Z. R. Struzik, K. Kiyono, and Y. Yamamoto. Autonomic imbalance induced breakdown of long-range dependence in healthy heart rate. Proceedings of the IFMBE/IMIA 5th International Workshop on Biosignal Interpretation, pp. 9-12, 2005.

  27. Kitajo, K., K. Yamanaka, L. M. Ward, and Y. Yamamoto. Stochastic resonance in attention switching. Proceedings of SPIE 5841: 49-56, 2005.

  28. Yamamoto, Y., K. Kiyono, and Z. R. Struzik. Measurement, analysis, and interpretation of long-term heart rate variability. Proceedings of 2004 SICE Annual Conference, pp. 2598-2605, 2004.

  29. Heinrichs, S., Z. R. Struzik, J. Hayano, and Y. Yamamoto. Probing temporal correlation in ventricular interbeat intervals during atrial fibrillation with local continuous DFA. Proceedings of SPIE 5467: 404-410, 2004.

  30. Kitajo, K., K. Yamanaka, D. Nozaki, L. M. Ward, and Y. Yamamoto. Behavioral stochastic resonance is associated with large-scale synchronization of human brain activity. Proceedings of SPIE 5467: 359-369, 2004.

  31. Struzik, Z. R., J. Hayano, S. Sakata, S. Kwak, and Y. Yamamoto. Evidence for the origins and breakdown of $1/f$ noise in heart rate. Proceedings of SPIE 5467: 283-289, 2004.

  32. Safonov, L. A. and Y. Yamamoto. Super-sensitive stochastic resonance in a small-dimensional excitable network. Proceedings of SPIE 5467: 131-138, 2004.

  33. Yamamoto, Y., R. Soma, I. Hidaka, D. Nozaki, N. Iso-o, and S. Kwak. Noise-induced sensitization of human brain: Toward the neurological application of stochastic resonance. In: Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations, Bezrukov, S. M., editor. American Institute of Physics, pp. 234-241, 2003.

  34. Kotani, K., K. Takamasu, L. Safonov, and Y. Yamamoto. Multifractal heart rate dynamics in human cardiovascular model. Proceedings of SPIE 5110: 340-347, 2003.

  35. Kitajo, K., D. Nozaki, L. M. Ward, and Y. Yamamoto. Behavioral stochastic resonance in the human brain. Proceedings of SPIE 5110: 252-261, 2003.

  36. Soma, R., S. Kwak, and Y. Yamamoto. Functional stochastic resonance in human baroreflex induced by $1/f$-type noisy galvanic vestibular stimulation. Proceedings of SPIE 5110: 69-76, 2003.

  37. Ohashi, K., G. Bleijenberg, L. A. N. Amaral, M. H. Teicher, B. H. Natelson, and Y. Yamamoto. Decreased fractal correlations in diurnal physical activity in psychosomatic and psychiatric diseases. Proceedings of the 17th SICE Symposium on Biological and Physiological Engineering, pp369-372, 2002.

  38. Yoshiuchi, K., Y. Yamamoto, H. Niwamoto, T. Watsuji, H. Kumano, and T. Kuboki. Temporal characteristics of the usage of electrical appliances correlate mood states in the elderly. Proceedings of the IFMBE/IMIA 4th International Workshop on Biosignal Interpretation, pp459-462, 2002.

  39. Ashkenazy, Y., P. Ch. Ivanov, S. Havlin, C.-K. Peng, Y. Yamamoto, A. L. Goldberger, and H. E. Stanley. Decomposition of heartbeat time series: Scaling analysis of the sign sequence. Computers in Cardiology 27: 139-143, 2000.

  40. Yamamoto, Y. Detection of chaos and fractals from experimental time series. In: Modern Techniques in Neuroscience Research, Windhorst, U. and H. Johansson, editors. Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg New York Tokyo, pp669-687, 1999.

  41. Aoyagi, N., K. Ohashi, S. Tomono, and Y. Yamamoto. Measurement and analysis of very long-term heart rate variability. Proceedings of the IFMBE/IMIA 3rd International Workshop on Biosignal Interpretation, pp28-31, 1999.

  42. Yamamoto, Y. and R. L. Hughson. Extracting fractal components from heart rate variability signals. In: Frontiers of Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Analysis., Di Rienzo, M., G. Mancia, G. Parati, A. Pedotti, and A. Zanchetti, editors. IOS Press, Amsterdam, pp55-65, 1997.

  43. Hughson, R. L., Y. Yamamoto, J. O. Fortrat, R. Leask, and M. S. Fofana. Possible fractal and/or chaotic breathing patterns in resting humans. In: Bioengineering Approaches to Pulmonary Physiology and Medicine, Khoo, M.C. editor. Plenum Press, New York, pp187-196, 1996.

  44. Tuck, S. A. Y. Yamamoto, and R. L. Hughson. The effects of hypoxia and hyperoxia on the $1/f$ nature of breath-by-breath ventilatory variability. In: Modelling and Control of Ventilation, Semple, S., L. Adams, and B. Whipp, editors. Plenums Press, New York, pp297-302, 1995.

  45. Hughson, R. L., Y. Yamamoto, and J. O. Fortrat. Is the pattern of breathing at rest chaotic? A test of the Lyapunov exponent. In: Modelling and Control of Ventilation, Semple, S., L. Adams, and B. Whipp, editors. Plenums Press, New York, pp15-19, 1995.

  46. Yamamoto, Y. and R. L. Hughson. Failure in rejecting a null hypothesis of stochastic human heart rate variability with $1/f$ spectra. In: Noise in physical systems and $1/f$ fluctuations, Handel, P.H., and A.L. Chung, editors. American Institute of Physics, New York, pp697-700, 1993.

  47. Hughson, R. L. and Y. Yamamoto. On the fractal nature of breath-by-breath variation in ventilation during dynamic exercise. In: Control of breathing and its modelling perspective, Honda, Y., Y. Miyamoto, K. Konno, and J.G. Widdicombe, editors. Plenums Press, New York, pp255-262, 1992.

  48. Yamamoto. Y. and R. L. Hughson. Do lactate and ventilatory thresholds differ? Journal of Applied Physiology 67:2640-2641, 1989.

  49. Nakamura, Y., Y. Yamamoto, and K. Nakazawa. Comparison of unification techniques for inconstant intervals of breath-by-breath sequence. In: Respiratory Control: A Medelling Perspective, Swanson, G.D., F.S. Grodins, and R.L. Hughson editors. Plenums Press, New York, pp369-378, 1989.

  50. Yamamoto, Y., K. Mokushi, S. Tamura, Y. Mutoh, and M. Miyashita. The effect of exercise intensity on the linearity of ventilatory and gas exchange responses to exercise. In: Respiratory Control: A Medelling Perspective, Swanson, G.D., F.S. Grodins, and R.L. Hughson editors. Plenums Press, New York, pp101-109, 1989.

  51. Yamamoto, Y., Y. Kawakami, Y. Nakamura, K. Mokushi, Y. Mutoh, and M. Miyashita. A new method for detecting anaerobic threshold from heart rate recording. Proceedings of Annual International Conference of IEEE/EMBS 10: 265-266, 1988.

  52. Yamamoto, Y., Y. Mutoh, and M. Miyashita. Hematological and biochemical indicse during the tapering period of competitive swimmers. In: Swimming Science V., Ungerechts, B.E., K. Wilke, and K. Reischle editors. Human Kinetics Books, Champaign IL, pp243-249, 1988.

Invited Presentation and Symposium/Seminar Talk

  1. Yamamoto, Y. Of mice and men -- Universality in behavioral organization (Invited Talk). The 16th Congress of International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism. Sapporo, Japan (September, 2012).

  2. Yamamoto, Y. Noise and fluctuations in human physiology: anomalous statistics in health and diseases (Plenary Talk). The 21st International Conference on Noise and Fluctuations. Toronto, Canada (June, 2011).

  3. Yamamoto, Y. Universal laws of behavioral organization in mice and humans and the breakdown in depression. The 3rd International Symposium on Mobiligence, Awaji, Japan (November, 2009).

  4. Yamamoto, Y. Universality of dynamical properties of locomotor activity in mice and humans and its breakdown in depression. EMBL Workshop on Translating Behaviour: Bridging Clinical and Animal Model Research. Heidelberg, Germany (November, 2009).

  5. Yamamoto, Y. Stochastic resonance in neural systems revisited: roles of neural plasticity. Stochastic Resonance 2008. Ten Years of Continuous Growth. Perugia, Italy (August, 2008).

  6. Yamamoto, Y. Complexity in daily life - toward understanding of our behavioral organization. ASTRA Pearls Lecture at the National Institude of Aging. Baltimore, U.S.A. (June, 2008).

  7. Yamamoto, Y. Noise and fluctuations in human cardiovascular physiology. Simenar at the Academia Sinica, Physics Division. Taipei, Taiwan (March, 2006).

  8. Yamamoto, Y. Boosting human brain with stochastic resonance. Seminar at the National Center for Theoretical Sciences, Physics Division. Hsinchu, Taiwan (March, 2006).

  9. Yamamoto, Y. Functional stochastic resonance for central neurodegenerative disorders. Hokkaido University COE Workshop on Complex Dynamics of Networks of Oscillators: From Basic Research to Novel Therapy. Sapporo, Japan (November, 2005).

  10. Yamamoto, Y. Functional roles of noise and fluctuations in the human brain. The 18th International Conference on Noise and Fluctuations. Salamanca, Spain (September, 2005).

  11. Yamamoto, Y. Real-time data capture and future of computerized diagnoses and treatment. Symposium ``Ecological momentary asessment: a novel method in psychosomatic medicine (Organizer: Y. Yamamoto)'' at the 18th World Congress on Psychosomatic Medicine. Kobe, Japan (August, 2005).

  12. Yamamoto, Y. Can electrical vestibular noise be used for the treatment of brain diseases? Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations in Physics, Biology and High Technology. Lecce, Italy (June, 2005).

  13. Yamamoto, Y. Noise-induced sensitization of human brain. Symposium ``Fluctuations, noise and variability in neural systems--their functional roles'' at the Joint Meeting of the 27th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society and the 47th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry. Osaka, Japan (September, 2004).

  14. Yamamoto, Y. Measurement, analysis, and interpretation of long-term heart rate variability. Tutorial Lecture in Organized Session ``Systems Analysis on Fluctuations of Biological Rhythm'' at the SICE Annual Conference. Sapporo (August, 2004).

  15. Yamamoto, Y. Use of externally added noise in sensitising baroreflex function in health and disease. A Satellite Symposium of the 14th European Meeting on Hypertension. Angers, France (June, 2004).

  16. Yamamoto, Y. Noise-induced sensitization of human brain. IUBS-TAIB Symposium on Stochastic Events in Biological Systems. Hayama, Japan (November, 2003).

  17. Yamamoto, Y. Statistical physics approaches to heart rate variability. Chronotherapy Forum: New Insights for the Better Treatment. Tokyo (September, 2003).

  18. Soma, R., S. Kwak, and Y. Yamamoto. Functional stochastic resonance in human baroreflex induced by noisy galvanic vestibular stimulation. SPIE's First International Symposium on Fluctuations and Noise. Santa Fe, U.S.A. (June, 2003).

  19. Yamamoto, Y. Technological advances in researching medically unexplained illness. The 6th International Conference of American Association for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Washington, D.C., U.S.A. (January, 2003).

  20. Yamamoto, Y. Noise induced sensitization of human brain. Unsolved Problems of Noise and Fluctuations in Physics, Biology and High Technology. Bethesda, U.S.A. (September, 2002).

  21. Yamamoto, Y. Noise induced sensitization of human brain. Minisymposium ``Functional stochastic resonance in humans and animals (Organizer: Y. Yamamoto).'' at the first SIAM Conference on Life Sciences. Boston, U.S.A. (March, 2002).

  22. Yamamoto, Y. How long-range is the scaling of human heartbeat dynamics? International Conference on Long Range Dependent Stochastic Processes and Their Applications. Bangalore, India (January, 2002).

  23. Yamamoto, Y. Noise-induced sensitization of human brain. Horizons in Complex Systems. Messina, Italy (December, 2001).

  24. Yamamoto, Y. Effect of physical activity on very long-term heart rate variablity. Symposium ``Heart rate variability and exercise: Lessons from the recent research.'' at the Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. Baltimore, U.S.A. (May, 2001).

  25. Yamamoto, Y. Use of neural noise in sensitizing human brain. The 2nd RIES-Hokudai International Symposium. Sapporo, Japan (March, 2001).

  26. Yamamoto, Y. Measurement and analyses of very long-term heart rate variability: From autonomic physiology to behavioral sciences. Seminar at US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine USARIEM, U.S.A. (June, 1999).

  27. Yamamoto, Y. Current topics in long- and short-term heart rate variability. Seminar at Department of Neuroscience, New Jersey Medical School New Jersey Medical School, U.S.A. (June, 1999).

  28. Yamamoto, Y. Noise, chaos, and fractals in human physiology. Seminar at Department of Physiology, University of la Laguna. University of la Laguna, Spain (September, 1997).

  29. Yamamoto, Y., and D. Nozaki. Functional significance of colored noise to information coding of a FitzHugh-Nagumo neuronal model. The 18th International Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering. Nice, France (September, 1997).

  30. Yamamoto, Y. Physiology of fractal heartbeat. Seminar at Institut Fédératif de Recherches Cardio-Vasculaires (Lyon). Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France (September, 1997).

  31. Yamamoto, Y. Psychophysiology of fractal heartbeat. Seminar at Department of Exercise Science, School of Health and Human Performance. University of Georgia, U.S.A. (May, 1997).

  32. Yamamoto, Y. Frequency domain representation of cardiovascular variability: From stationary to nonstationary analysis. Seminar at Exercise and Rehabilitation Research Centers. The University of Sydney, Australia (January, 1996).

  33. Yamamoto, Y. Nonlinear and nonstationary analyses of physiological fluctuations: Introduction, methods, and applications. Department of Biomedical Sciences Lunchon Seminar. The University of Sydney, Australia (January, 1996).

  34. Yamamoto, Y., and R.L. Hughson. Can the $1/f$ fractal component be extracted from HRV signal? The 2nd International Workshop of Computer Analysis of Blood Pressure and Heart Rate Signals. Firenze, Italy (May, 1995).

  35. Yamamoto, Y. Understanding the fractal interactions of cardiovascular control. Symposium ``Autonomic control of cardiovascular function in exercise: non- or minimally-invasive approaches.'' at the Annual Meeting of the American College of Sports Medicine. Indianapolis, U.S.A. (June, 1994).

  36. Yamamoto, Y. Anaerobic threshold: methods of determination. International Meeting on Exercise Testing and Reconditioning in Heart and Lung Disease. Veruno, Italy (April, 1991).

Note

In addtion to the above English publications, there are 2 books, 13 book chapters, 73 full papers, and 49 invited talks in Japanese language.

Awards

  1. Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, Japan, Chapter of Biological and Physiological Engineering: 1996 Young Investigator Awards

  2. Fukuda Memorial Foundation for Medical Technologies: 1995 Citation Awards

  3. Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney: 1996 Visiting Scholar Award

  4. Nakayama Human Science Foundation: 1995 Nakayama Prize for Young Investigator with the title of ``Nonlinear analyses of physiological fluctuations''

  5. American College of Sports Medicine: 1995 New Investigator Award

Grant Awards

  1. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (2014-2016). Clinical application of real-time psycho-behavioral monitoring toward prevention of depression.

  2. Principal Investigator, Research Award of Uehara Memorial Foundation for Life Sciences, Japan (2014). Objective evaluation of the effects of exercise therapy for depression.

  3. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (2012-2013). Analysis and modeling of brain's dynamics of sleep stage transitions.

  4. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (2011-2013). Clinical application of physical activity time series: toward detection of early warning of depression.

  5. Principal Investigator, Research Award of Suzuken Memorial Foundation, Japan (2010). Development of objective markers for affective disorders based on non-invasive and non-obstructive physiological monitoring.

  6. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (2010-2011). On the memory characteristics and objective validity of disease symptoms.

  7. Co-Investigator with Dr. Toru Takumi (Hiroshima University), CREST, Japan Science and Technology Agency (2009-2014). Modelling psychomotor abnormalities.

  8. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (2008-2010). On the mechanism of generation of physical activity time series.

  9. Principal Investigator, Research Grant of Medical and Welfare Equipment Laboratory (2004-2005). Theoretical study on analysis methods of biological rhythms for behavioral medicine.

  10. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (2003-2005). Signal processing and interpretation of physical activity time series.

  11. Principal Investigator, Toyota Advanced Technology Cooperative Research Grant (2003-2005). Noise-induced functional improvements in human perception-action system.

  12. Co-Investigator with Dr. Teruhisa Miike (Kumamoto University), CREST, Japan Science and Technology Corporation (2002-2004). Ecological assessments of locomotor circadian rhythm, mood, and cognitive functions in school children.

  13. Principal Investigator, PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Corporation (2001-2003). Use of sensory noise in enhancing human brain functions.

  14. Principal Investigator, Research Award of Casio Science Foundation, Japan (2001). Does the vestibular noise stimulation improve human circulatory controls during orthostatic stress?

  15. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (2000-2001). Experimental studies of stochastic resonance in the human brain.

  16. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for International Scientific Research: Joint Research, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (1999-2000). Functional roles of ``noise'' in physiological control systems.

  17. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Researches, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (1998-2000). Investigation on the relationship between physical activity and human sleep-awake cycle by temporal isolation.

  18. Principal Investigator, International Cooperative Research Fund, Nakatomi Health Science Promotion Foundation (1998). Lifestyle factors affecting age-related changes in autonomic nervous system activity.

  19. Principal Investigator, Research Grant of Japan Space Foundation (1997-1999). Very long-term monitoring of energy expenditure and psychophysiological stress in humans.

  20. Principal Investigator, Research Award of The Telecommunications Advancement Foundation, Japan (1997). Development of telecommunication system for elderly individuals.

  21. Co-Investigator with Dr. Yoshiteru Mutoh (The University of Tokyo), Special Co-ordination Funds for Promoting Science and Technology from STA, Japan (1996-1998). Development of a personal intelligent system for the aged.

  22. Principal Investigator, Research Award of Casio Science Foundation, Japan (1996). Spatial organization and vector mapping of human primary motor cortex for finger muscles investigated by transcranical magnetic stimulation.

  23. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Researches, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (1996-1997). On the time course of adaptation to aerobic training.

  24. Principal Investigator, Space Utilization Frontiers Joint Research Project with Japan Space Utilization Promotion Center (1995-1997). A study on energy metabolism during non-steady state exercise.

  25. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Researches, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (1995). Does daily physical exercise improve the quality of sleep in the elderly individuals?

  26. Principal Investigator, Research Award of Ueda Memorial Heart Foundation, Japan (1995). Fractal fluctuation of heart rate in neonates.

  27. Principal Investigator, Research Award of Total Health Promotion Foundation, Japan (1994). Effects of daily physical exercise on sleep profiles in the elderly individuals.

  28. Principal Investigator, Research Award of Casio Science Foundation, Japan (1994). Effects of daily physical exercise on sleep profiles in the same night.

  29. Co-Investigator with Dr. Mitsumasa Miyashita (The University of Tokyo), Research Award of Japan Foundation of Health Promotion (1994). An investigation on the relationship between sleep and exercise.

  30. Co-Investigator with Dr. Mitsumasa Miyashita (The University of Tokyo), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Researches, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (1994-1996). Development of portable bioelectric amplifiers with DAT recordings for studying the nervous system functions in infants.

  31. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Researches, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (1994-1995). Development of mass spectrometer system for breath-by-breath measurement of ${\rm ^{13}CO_{2}}$ enrichment.

  32. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Researches, Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan (1994). Fractal fluctuations in spinal monosynaptic reflexes.

  33. Principal Investigator, Research Award of Descente Sports Science Foundation (1994). Re-evaluation of exercise heart rate responses.

  34. Principal Investigator, Research Award of The Inamori Foundation, Japan (1993). On the physiological origins of fractal heart rate variability.

  35. Principal Investigator, Research Award of Uehara Memorial Foundation for Life Sciences, Japan (1993). Development aspects of autonomic nervous system function in the youth.

  36. Principal Investigator, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Researches, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Japan (1993-1995). Stochastic properties of heart rate variability and aging.

  37. Co-Investigator with Dr. Yoshio Nakamura (Waseda University), Research Award of Meiji Foundation of Health and Welfare, Japan (1990). Autonomic nervous system responses to exercise and ventilatory threshold.

  38. Principal Investigator, Research Award of Meiji Foundation of Health and Welfare, Japan (1987). Development of an automated exercise testing system for ischemic heart disease patients.

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