Original Article

  1. Kodama T, Nakano H, Ohsugi H, Murata S: Effects of vibratory stimulation-induced kinesthetic illusions on the neural activities of patients with stroke. Journal of Physical Therapy Science. 2016, 28(2): 419-425.

  2. Nakai H, Tsujimoto K, Fuchigami T, Ohmatsu S, Osumi M, Nakano H, Fukui M, Morioka S: Effect of anticipation triggered by a prior dyspnea experience on brain activity. Journal of Physical Therapy Science. 2015, 27(3): 635-639.

  3. Ueta K, Nakano H, Osumi M, Okada Y, Morioka S: Effects of voluntary and automatic control of center of pressure sway during quiet standing. Journal of Motor Behavior. 2015, 47(3): 256-264.

  4. Ohmatsu S, Nakano H, Tominaga T, Terakawa Y, Murata T, Morioka S: Activation of the serotonergic system by pedaling exercise changes anterior cingulate cortex activity and improves negative emotion. Behavioural Brain Research. 2014, 270:112-117.

  5. Osumi M, Imai R, Ueta K, Nakano H, Nobusako S, Morioka S: Factors associated with the modulation of pain by visual distortion of body size. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 2014, 20(8): 137.

  6. Imai R, Hayashida K, Nakano H, Morioka S: Brain activity associated with the illusion of motion evoked by different vibration stimulation devices: an fNIRS study. Journal of Physical Therapy Science. 2014, 26(7): 1115-1119.

  7. Nishigami T, Nakano H, Osumi M, Tsujishita M, Mibu A, Ushida T: Central neural mechanisms of interindividual difference in discomfort during sensorimotor incongruence in healthy volunteers: an experimental study. Rheumatology. 2014, 53(7): 1194-1199.

  8. Nakano H, Osumi M, Ueta K, Kodama T, Morioka S: Changes in electroencephalographic activity during observation, preparation, and execution of a motor learning task. International Journal of Neuroscience. 2013, 123(12): 866-875.

  9. Nakano H, Nozaki M, Ueta K, Osumi M, Kawami S, Morioka S: Effect of a plantar perceptual learning task on walking stability in the elderly: a randomized controlled trial. Clinical Rehabilitation. 2013, 27(7): 608-615.

  10. Nakano H, Ueta K, Osumi M, Morioka S: Brain activity during the observation, imagery, and execution of tool use: an fNIRS/EEG study. Journal of Novel Physiotherapies. 2012, S1-009: 1-7.

  11. Nishigami T, Okuno H, Nakano H, Omura Y, Osumi M, Shimizu ME, Tsujishita M, Mibu A, Ushida T: Effects of a hardness discrimination task in failed back surgery syndrome with severe low back pain and disturbed body image: case study. Journal of Novel Physiotherapies. 2012, S1-008: 1-5.

  12. Osumi M, Nakano H, Kusaba M, Morioka S: Early intervention with a tactile discrimination task for phantom limb pain that is related to superficial pain: two case reports. Journal of Novel Physiotherapies. 2012: 1-3.

  13. Nakano H, Miki K, Osumi M, Ueta K, Kawami S, Morioka S: Influence of a plantar perceptual learning task on brain activity: a fNIRS study. Journal of Physical Therapy Science. 2012, 24(8): 711-713. 

  14. Nakano H, Miki K, Fujita H, Kawami S, Morioka S: Influence of plantar hardness discrimination training on center-of-gravity sway while standing on one leg: a randomized controlled trial. Journal of Physical Therapy Science. 2011, 23(5): 741-744.

Research Grant

  1. 2016 Grant-in-Aid from the Advanced Science, Technology & Management Research Institute of Kyoto

  2. 2014-2016 Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B)

  3. 2012-2013 Grant-in-Aid for JSPS Fellows

  4. 2010 Grant-in-Aid from the France Bed Medical Home Care Research Subsidy Foundation

  5. 2010 Grant-in-Aid from the Daido Life Welfare Foundation

  6. 2010 Grant-in-Aid from the Japanese Physical Therapy Association

  7. 2009 Grant-in-Aid from the Yuumi Memorial Foundation for Home Health Care

Award


International Congress

  1. Waki S, Nakano H, Morioka S: Readiness potentials of self-generated gait initiation. 48th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. 2014, November, Washington DC, United States of America.

  2. Nakai H, Tsujimoto K, Fuchigami T, Omatsu S, Nakano H, Morioka S: Effect of anticipation triggered by prior dyspnea experience on brain activity. 48th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. 2014, November, Washington DC, United States of America.

  3. Fujiwara N, Nakano H, Ueta K, Morioka S: Evaluation of the effect of deference in place of the obstacle on brain activity before walking through electroencephalography. 47th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. 2013, November, San Diego, United States of America.

  4. Nakano H, Nozaki M, Ueta K, Osumi M, Kawami S, Morioka S: Effect of a plantar perceptual learning task on walking stability in the elderly: a randomized controlled trial. 2nd Joint World Congress of ISPGR and Gait and Mental Function. 2013, June, Akita, Japan. 

  5. Ueta K, Nakano H, Osumi M, Morioka S: Increasing internal focus of attention increases body sway and decreases cortical activities during quiet standing in young healthy adults. 2nd Joint World Congress of ISPGR and Gait and Mental Function. 2013, June, Akita, Japan.

  6. Nakano H, Ueta K, Osumi M, Morioka S: Brain activity during observation, imagery, and execution of tool use: An fNIRS-EEG study. 46th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. 2012, October, New Orleans, United States of America.

  7. Fujiwara N, Morioka S, Nakano H, Ueta K: Evaluation of the effect of change in walking condition on brain activity through electroencephalography. 46th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. 2012, October, New Orleans, United States of America.

  8. Osumi M, Kusaba M, Nakano H, Morioka S: Brain activity during habituation to the inner experience of pain: A study using electroencephalogram (EEG). 14th World Congress on Pain. 2012, August, Milan, Italy.

  9. Nakano H, Yonemoto Y, Osumi M, Kodama T, Morioka S: Outcomes of the ball-rotation task are indicated by the alpha power during action observation and action preparation. 45th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. 2011, November, Washington DC, United States of America.

  10. Nakano H, Omura Y, Osumi M, Fujita H, Nishigami T, Morioka S: Relationship between plantar hardness discrimination ability and gait stability in the elderly. 16th International World Confederation for Physical Therapy Congress, 2011, June, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

  11. Nakano H, Morioka S: Effects of plantar perceptual learning involving a discrimination task on brain activity: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy study. 44th Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. 2010, November, San Diego, United States of America.

  12. Nakano H, Omura Y, Kawakubo A, Fujita H, Nishigami T, Morioka S: Effects of plantar perceptual learning involving a discrimination task on the gait stability of elderly individuals: A randomized controlled trial. 11th International Congress of the Asian Confederation of Physical Therapy. 2010, October, Denpasar, Indonesia.

  13. Omura Y, Nakano H, Morioka S: The effects of auditory stimulation on stress during a kanji conversion task. 11th International Congress of the Asian Confederation of Physical Therapy. 2010, October, Denpasar, Indonesia.

  14. Fujita H, Fujimoto M, Nakano H, Morioka S: The Influence of the perceptual training in the weight-bearing rate of the lower limbs in stroke patients. 6th World Congress For Neurorehabilitation. 2010, March, Vienna, Austria.

  15. Morioka S, Fujita H, Nakano H, Nobusako S, Fujimoto M: Perception exercises involving the sole of the foot enable the oldest old to better maintain postural balance while standing. 19th International Symposium for Posture and Gait Research. 2009, June, Bologna, Italy.

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