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48) Yamanaka K, Nozaki D (2012) Two distinct neural mechanisms underlying stop-and-restart difficulty in motor and non-motor system. (submitted)

47) Kasuga S, Hirashima M, Nozaki D (2012) Simultaneous processing of information on multiple errors in visuomotor learning. (submitted)

46) Kato T, Yamamoto S-I, Miyoshi T, Nakzawa K, Nozaki D (2012) Impaired postural stability in the elderly due to collapse of anti-phase action between trunk and leg segments. (in revision)

45) Honda T, Hirashima M, Nozaki D (2012) Adaptation to visual feedback delay influences visuomotor learning. PLoS One (in press)

44) Hirashima M, Nozaki D (2012) Learning with slight forgetting optimizes sensorimotor transformation in redundant motor systems. PLoS Computational Biology (in press)

43) Hirashima M, Nozaki D (2012) Distinct motor plans form and retrieve distinct motor memories for physically identical movements. Current Biology 22:432-436
See also "Motor memory: when plans speak louder than actions" (Dispatch by Baugh and Flanagan).

42) Ikegami T, Hirashima M, Osu R, Nozaki D (2012) Intermittent visual feedback can boost motor learning of rhythmic movements: evidence for error feedback beyond cycles. Journal of Neuroscience 32:653-657
See also "When watching too closely is a bad thing" (Todai Research Highlights).

41) Yokoi A, Hirashima M, Nozaki D (2011) Gain-field encoding of the kinematics of both arms in the internal model enables flexible bimanual action. Journal of Neuroscience 31:17058-17068

40) Kasuga S, Nozaki D (2011) Cross talk in implicit assignment of error information during bimanual visuomotor learning. Journal of Neurophysiology 106:1218-1226

39) Abe MO, Masani K, Nozaki D, Akai M, Nakazawa K (2010) Temporal correlations in center of body mass fluctuation during standing and walking. Human Movement Science 29:556-566

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

37) Ikegami T, Hirashima M, Taga G, Nozaki D (2010) Asymmetric transfer of visuomotor learning between discrete and rhythmic movements. Journal of Neuroscience 30: 4515-4521

36) Takeda Y, Sato M, Yamanaka K, Nozaki D, Yamamoto Y (2010) A Generalized method to estimate waveforms common across trials from EEGs. Neuroimage 51: 629-641

35) Miyazaki M, Hirashima M, Nozaki D (2010) The "cutaneous rabbit" hopping out of the body. Journal of Neuroscience 30: 1856-1860

34) Nozaki D, Scott SH (2009) Multi-compartment model can explain partial transfer of learning within the same limb between unimanual and bimanual reaching. Experimental Brain Research 194: 451-463

33) Nozaki D (2009) Torque interaction among adjacent joints due to the action of bi-articular muscles. Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 41:205-209

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

31) Kawashima N, Nozaki D, Abe MO, Nakazawa K (2008) Shaping appropriate locomotive motor output through interlimb neural pathway within spinal cord. Journal of Neurophysiology 99: 2946-2955

30) Takeda Y, Yamanaka K, Nozaki D, Yamamoto Y (2008) Extracting covert response-locked component from EEG during NoGo trials of Go/NoGo task. Neuroimage 41: 777-788

29) Kitajo K, Doesburg SM, Yamanaka K, Nozaki D, Ward LM, Yamamoto Y (2007) Noise-induced large-scale phase synchronization of human brain activity associated with behavioural stochastic resonance. Europhysics Letters 80:40009-1-6

28) Nozaki D, Kurtzer I, Scott SH (2006) Limited transfer of learning between unimanual and bimanual skills within the same limb. Nature Neuroscience 9:1364-1366

27) Takarada Y, Nozaki D, Taira M (2006) Force overestimation during tourniquet-induced transient occlusion of the brachial artery and possible underlying neural mechanisms. Neuroscience Research 54:38-42

26) Nozaki D, Nakazawa K, Akai M (2005) Uncertainty of knee joint muscle activity during knee joint torque exertion: the significance of controlling adjacent joint torque. Journal of Applied Physiology 99:1093-1103

25) Miyazaki M, Nozaki D, Nakajima Y (2005) Testing Bayesian models of human coincident timing. Journal of Neurophysiology 94:395-399

24) Nozaki D, Nakazawa K, and Akai M (2005) Muscle activity determined on the basis of cosine tuning with a nontrivial preferred direction during isometric force exertion by the lower limb. Journal of Neurophysiology 93:2614-2624

23) Kawashima N, Nozaki D, Abe MO, Akai M, and Nakazawa K (2005) Alternate leg movement amplifies locomotor-like muscle activity in spinal cord injured persons. Journal of Neurophysiology 93:777-785

22) Nakazawa K, Miyoshi T, Sekiguchi H, Nozaki D, Akai M, and Yano H (2004) Effects of joint loading and unloading of lower limb joints on the soleus H-reflex in standing humans. Clinical Neurophysiology 115:1296-1304

21) Kawashima N, Nakazawa K, Yamamoto S-I. Nozaki D, Akai M, and Yano H (2004) Stretch reflex excitability of the antigravity ankle extensor muscle in humans. Acta Physiologica Scandinavia 180:99-105

20) Masani K, Popovic MR, Nakazawa K, Kouzaki M, and Nozaki D (2003) Importance of body sway velocity information in controlling ankle extensor activities during quiet stance. Journal of Neurophysiology 90:3774-3782

19) Soma R, Nozaki D, Kwak S, and Yamamoto Y (2003) 1/f noise outperforms white noise in sensitizing baroreflex function in the human brain. Physical Review Letters 91:078101
This paper was introduced in Kyodo News.

18) Nozaki D, Kawashima N, Aramaki Y, Nakajima Y, Akai M, Yano H and Nakazawa K (2003) Sustained muscle contractions maintained by autonomous neuronal activity within the human spinal cord. Journal of Neurophysiology 90:2090-2097

17) Kimura T, Nozaki D, Nakazawa K, Akai M, and Ohtsuki T (2003) Gradual increment/decrement of isometric force modulates soleus stretch reflex response in humans. Neuroscience Letters 347:25-28

16) Kimura T, Yamanaka K, Nozaki D, Nakazawa K, Miyoshi T, Akai M, and Ohtsuki T (2003) Hysteresis in corticospinal excitability during gradual muscle contraction and relaxation in humans. Experimental Brain Research 152:123-132

15) Kitajo, K, Nozaki D, Ward LM and Yamamoto Y (2003) Behavioral stochastic resonance within the human brain. Physical Review Letters 90:218103
This paper was introduced in Physical Review Focus, New Scientist, CERN COURIER, and Kyodo News.

14) Miyoshi T, Nozaki D, Sekiguchi H, Kimura T, Sato T, Komeda T,Nakazawa K and Yano H (2003) Somatosensory graviception inhibits soleus H-reflex during erect posture in humans as revealed by parabolic flight experiment. Experimental Brain Research 150:109-113

13) Nakazawa K, Kawashima N, Obata H, Yamanaka K, Nozaki D, and Akai M (2003) Facilitation of both stretch reflex and corticospinal pathways of the tibialis anterior muscle during standing in humans. Neuroscience Letters 338:53-56

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

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

10) Aramaki Y, Nozaki D, Masani K, Sato T, Nakazawa K and Yano H (2001) Reciprocal angular acceleration of the ankle and hip joints during quiet standing in humans. Experimental Brain Research 136:463-473 [PS] [PDF]

9) Hidaka I, Nozaki D and Yamamoto Y (2000) Functional stochastic resonance in the human brain: Noise induced sensitization of baroreflex system. Physical Review Letters 85:3740-3743 [PS] [PDF]
This paper was introduced in Physics News Update, Physics Today, and Kyodo News.

8) Nozaki D, Collins JJ and Yamamoto Y (1999) Mechanism of stochastic resonance enhancement in neuronal models driven by 1/f noise. Physical Review E 60:4637-4645[PS] [PDF]

7) Nozaki D, Mar DJ, Grigg P and Collins JJ (1999) Effects of colored noise on stochastic resonance in sensory neurons. Physical Review Letters 82: 2402-2405[PS] [PDF]

6) Nozaki D and Yamamoto Y (1998) Enhancement of stochastic resonance in a FitzHugh-Nagumo neuronal model driven by colored noise. Physics Letters A 243: 281-287[PS] [PDF]

5) Nozaki D, Nakazawa K and Yamamoto Y (1996) Supraspinal effects on the fractal correlation in human H-reflex. Experimental Brain Research 112: 112-118[PS] [PDF]

4) Nozaki D, Nakazawa K and Yamamoto Y (1995) Fractal correlation in human H-reflex. Experimental Brain Research 105: 402-410[PS] [PDF]

3) Kawakami Y, Nakazawa K, Fujimoto T, Nozaki D and Miyashita M (1994) Specific tension of elbow flexor and extensor muscles based on magnetic resonance imaging. European Journal of Applied Physiology 68: 139-147

2) Nozaki D, Kawakami Y, Fukunaga T and Miyashita M (1993) Mechanical efficiency of rowing a single scull. Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports 3: 251-255

1) Kawakami K, Nozaki D, Matsuo A and Fukunaga T (1992) Reliability of measurement of oxygen uptake by a portable telemetric system. European Journal of Applied Physiology 65: 409-414


Nozaki D and Yamamoto Y (1999) Stochastic resonance in neuronal models driven by 1/f noise: Hypothesis of the functional siginificance of 1/f noise in neural systems. Proceeding of International Conference on Noise in Physical Systems and 1/f Fluctuations [PS] [PDF]

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