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Affiliation
The Neurobehavioral Analysis Links
Degree
Ph.D., in Medicine(Nov, 1978, Gunma University, Medical School)
Ph.D., in Psychology(Sep, 1980, Keio University, Graduate School)

Contact information
behavior-linksjcom.zaq.ne.jp
researchmap Member ID
1000145687

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Education:

1958-1962:Department of Psychology, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan.

1962-1967: Graduate School, Keio University, Tokyo, Japan.

Major Sbjects: Psychometrics and the experimental analysis of behavior.

 

Academic Occupations:

1967-1996: Department of Psychopharmacology, Preclinical Laboratories, Central Institute for Experimental Animals, Kawasaki, Japan.

Research Subjects: Behavioral pharmacology, psychopharmacology and drug dependence using rhesus monkeys and rats.

 

1980-1982 (Concurrent Position) : Department of Psychiatry (Pharmacology and Physiological Sciences), Pritzker School of Medicine, the University of Chicago, Chicago, USA.

Research Subjects: Neurobehavioral pharmacology using rhesus monkeys and humans.

 

2002-2009 (Concurrent Position) : Molecular Imaging Laboratory in the National Institute of Radiological Sciences (Presently, National Institutes for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology), Chiba, Japan.

Research Subjects: Brain imaging in relation with behavior using the nonhuman primate.

 

1997-2020: Central Institute for Experimental Animals, Kawasaki, Japan.

Research Subjects: Nuerobehavioral Pharmacology and Preclinical Studies on Parkinson’s disease using the common marmoset and the macaque monkey.

 

2020-Present: The Neurobehavioral Analysis Links

 

WEB site for promoting and extending importance and appeal of neuroscience and behavioral pharmacology (in Japanese).

The Neurobehavioral Analysis Links: https://sites.google.com/view/behavior100/

Mail to: behavior-links@jcom.zaq.ne.jp

 

 

 


Research History

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Papers

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Misc.

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Presentations

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Other

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  • 1982 - 2012
    Past business history with many pharmaceutical companies. 1. Preclinical drug evaluation studies on Parkinson's disease using the common marmoset and the macaque monkey. 2. Behavioral pharmacological studies on drug evaluations using the rhesus monkey and the rat. 3. Drug dependence studies using the rhesus monkey and the rat.