KASAI Tatsuya

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Name
KASAI Tatsuya
Affiliation
Hiroshima University
Section
Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Division of Educational Development and Cultural and Regional Studies, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation Division of Educational Development and Cultural and Region
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Medicine(Nihon University), Master of Literature(Nihon University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1995
   
 
- School of International Development and Cooperation, Hiroshima Univ. Professor
 
1992
 - 
1995
 Fac of Intey, Arts & Sci, Hiroshima Univ. Professor
 
1990
 - 
1992
 Fac of Intey, Arts & Sci, Hiroshima Univ. Associate Professor
 
1985
 - 
1989
 Dep. of Phy. Edu, Kokushikan University, Associate Professor
 
1977
 - 
1984
 Dep. of Phy. Edu, Kokushikan University, Lecturer
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1977
Graduate School, Division of Education, Nihon University
 

Awards & Honors

 
2003
An Encouragement Award of Japanese Clinical Neurophysiology
 

Misc

 
The timing and the amount of agonist facilitation and antagonits inhibition of varying ankle dorsiflexion force in man.
Brain Research   447   1988
Effects of varying force components on EMG reaction times of isometric ankle dorsiflexion.
Human Movement Science   9   1990
Influence of initial forearm position on premotor times (PMTs)of the biceps brachii during an elbow flexion task.
Human Movement Science   9   1990
An empirical note on tonic neck reflexes : Control of the upper limb's proprioceptive sensation.
Perceptual and Motor Skills   72   1991
Antagonist inhibition during rest and precontraction.
Electroencephalography and clinical Neurophysiology   81   1991

Books etc

 
Neurophysiological Basis of Movement
2002   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Analysis of Human Voluntary Movement by Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Organization of Human Postural Adjustment during Voluntary Movement
Neurophysiological mechanisms of remote facilitation
Motor Rehabilitation
Project Year: 2001 - 2007