YAMANAKA Kentarou

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Name
YAMANAKA Kentarou
Affiliation
Showa Women's University
Section
Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences, Department of Health Science
Research funding number
90359662

Research Areas

 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2001
 - 
Sep 2002
Special researcher of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science
 
Oct 2002
 - 
Mar 2007
Research Assistant
 
Apr 2007
 - 
Mar 2009
Assistant Professor
 
Oct 2008
 - 
Mar 2010
Lecturer
 

Education

 
Apr 1990
 - 
Mar 1994
Faculty of Education, The University of Tokyo
 
Apr 1994
 - 
Mar 1996
Graduate School, Division of Education, The University of Tokyo
 
Apr 1996
 - 
Oct 2002
Graduate School, Division of Education, The University of Tokyo
 

Misc

 
Takamura Y. Imanishi M. Osaka M. Ohmatsu S. Tominaga T. Yamanaka K. Morioka S. Kawashima N.
Brain   139(11) 2970-2982   Nov 2016   [Refereed]
Unilateral spatial neglect is a common neurological syndrome following predominantly right hemispheric stroke. While most patients lack insight into their neglect behaviour and do not initiate compensatory behaviours in the early recovery phase, s...
Effects of exercise-induced subjective and physiological responses on post-exercise self-efficacy in regularly exercising and sedentary individuals
25 21-33   Mar 2016   [Refereed]
The aim of this study was to examine the effect of exercise-induced subjective responses and/or physiological responses on post-exercise self-efficacy (PESE) in both regularly exercising and sedentary individuals. Regularly exercising individuals ...
Matsuo E. Matsubara S. Shiga S. Yamanaka K.
Frontiers in Psychology   6(1775) 1-8   Nov 2015   [Refereed]
Although self-efficacy (SE) is an important determinant of regular exercise, it is unclear how subjective and physiological states before, during, and after the exercise session affects post-exercise SE. The aim of this study was to clarify subjec...
Takeda Y. Yamanaka K. Yamagishi N. Sato M.
PLoS ONE   9(5) e98014   May 2014   [Refereed]
Brain activities related to cognitive functions, such as attention, occur with unknown and variable delays after stimulus onsets. Recently, we proposed a method (Common Waveform Estimation, CWE) that could extract such brain activities from magnet...
Yamanaka K. Kadota H. Nozaki D.
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience   7(751) 1-11   Nov 2013   [Refereed]
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) has often been used in conjunction with electroen-cephalography (EEG), which is effective for the direct demonstration of cortical reactivity and corticocortical connectivity during cognitive tasks through t...