MIYAUCHI Satoru

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Name
MIYAUCHI Satoru
Affiliation
National Institute of Information and Communications Technology
Section
Kobe Advanced ICT Research Center
Job title
non-regular staff
Degree
Ph, D

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
   
 
Waseda University
 
 
   
 
Waseda University
 

Published Papers

 
MIYAUCHI Satoru
Japanese Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology   44(3) 106-114   Jun 2016
MIYAUCHI Satoru
Japanese Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology   44(2) 60-70   Apr 2016
How did EEG become the EEG I
MIYAUCHI Satoru
Japanese Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology   44(1) 20-27   Feb 2016
Non-invasive study of human brain function and psychophysiology (2nd edition)
MIYAUCHI Satoru
Japanese Psychological Review   26(3) 414-454   Dec 2013   [Refereed]
European Journal of Neuroscience   19: 1425-1429    2004
Attention-regulated activity in human primary visual cortex, T.Watanabe, S.Miyauchi, Y.Sasaki, B,Puetz, N.Fjimaki, R.Takino, S.Miyakawa,
Journal of Neurophysiology   79(4): 2218-2221    1998
Activation of human pre-supplementary motor area in learning of sequential procedures-a functional MRI study, O.Hikosaka, K.Sakai, S.Miyauchi, R.Takino, Y.Sasaki and B.Puetz,
Journal of Neurophysiology   76(1): 617-621    1996
Evoked potentials during REM sleep reflect dreaming. S.Miyauchi, R.Takino, M.Azakami
Electroenceph.clin. Neurophysiol.   76: 19-28    1990
Miyauchi S, Misaki M, Kan S, Fukunaga T, Koike T.
Experimental Brain Research   
Brain activation during learning of sequential procedures. Hikosaka, S.Miyachi, K.Miyashita, K.Sakai, S.Miyauchi, R.Takino, Y.Sasaki, B,Puetz
Visualization of Information Processing in the Human Brain: Recent Advances in MEG and Functional MRI(EEG Suppl.47), 245-252, 1996   
Cerebro-cerebellar functional connectivity revealed by the laterality index in tool-use learning
Focal visual attention produces illusory temporal order and motion sensation.. O.Hikosaka, S.Miyauchi and S.Shimojo
Vision Research, 33, 12119-1240, 1993   
Orienting of spatial attention-its reflexive, compensatory, and voluntary mechanisms, O.Hikosaka, S.Miyauchi, S.Shimojo
. Cognitive Brain Research, 5: 1-9, 1996   
Separate cerebellar areas for motor control, K.Sakai, R.Takino, O.Hikosaka, Smiyauchi, Y.Sasaki, B.Puetz, N.Fujimaki,
Neuroreport, 9, 2359-2363, 1998   
Task-dependent influences of attention on the activation of human primary visual cortex.T.Watanabe, AM.Harner, S.Miyauchi, Y.Sasaki, M.Nielsen, D Palomo, I.Mukai, ,
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences of the United States of America, 95(19): 11489-11492, 1998   
Transition of brain activation from frontal to parietal areas in visuomotor sequence learning, K.Sakai, O.Hikodaka, S.Miyauchi, R.Takino, Y.Sasaki, and B,Puetz,
Journal of Neuroscience18:5, 1827-1840, 1998   
Visual attention revealed by an illusion of motion. O.Hikosaka, S.Miyauchi and S.Shimojo
Neuroscience Research, 18, 11-18, 1993   
Visual motion sensation yielded by non-visually driven attention. S.Shimojo, S.Miyauchi, O.Hikosaka
Vision Research, 37:12, 1575-1580, 1977   
Visualization of the information flow through human oculomotor cortical regions by transcranial magnetic stimulation, Terao Y.Fukuda H.Ugawa Y.Hikosaka O.Hanajima R.Furubayashi T.Sakai K.Miyauchi S.Sasaki Y.Kanazawa
J Neurophysiol, 80:2, 936-946, 1998   

Misc

 
Electrophysiological evidence for dreaming: human cerebral potentials associated with rapid eye momements during REM sleep. S.Miyauchi, R.Takino, H.Fukuda, S.Torii
Electorenceph. Clin. Neurophysiol.   66(4): 383-390    1987
Physical and physiological specification of magnetic pulse stimuli that produce cortical damage in rats. Y.Matsumiya. T.Yamamoto, M.Yarita, S.Miyauchi, and Kling J
. Journal of Clinical Neurophysiology. 9(2):278-87, 1992   
Y.Terao, Y.Ugawa, K.Sakai. S.Myauchi, H.Fukuda, Y.Sasaki, R.Takino, R.Hanajima, T.Furubayashi, I.Kanazawa, and B.Puetz, Localizing the site of magnetic brain stimulation by fMRI”,
Experimental Brain Research, 121:2, 145-152, 1998   
Perfumery,The psychology and biology of fragrance.(Ed.Toller,S.V.& Dodd,G.H.)
Chapman and Hall 1988   
Integrative and Molecular Approach to Brain Function(Ito M,Miyashita Y,eds)
Amsterdam:Elsevier,1996   
Attention and Performance XVI:Information Integration in Perception and Communication(Inui T,McClelland J,eds)
Cambridge,MA:MIT Press,1996   
High-level Motion Processing,T.Watanabe(ed)
Cambridge:The MIT Press,1999   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Missing auditory stimuli activate the primary and associative auditory cortices: combining MEG with FMRI studies. S.Miyauchi, R.Takino, Y.Sasaki, B.Puetz, H.Okamura
Visualization of Information Processing in the Human Brain: Recent Advances in MEG and Functional MRI(EEG Suppl.47), 233-239, 1996   
Voluntary attention to the motion of visually perceived objects can specifically activate either V1 or MT. S.Miyauchi, T.Watanabe, Y.Sasaki, R.Takino, and B.Puetz
Visualization of Information Processing in the Human Brain: Recent Adbances in MEG and Functional MRI(EEG Suppl.47), 155-160, 1996   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Visual Attention, Visual Imagery Interaction between visual and somatosensory information processing
Simultaneous EEG recording with fMRI
JST Basic Research Programs (Core Research for Evolutional Science and Technology :CREST)

Patents

 
3671225
3671226
3735668