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SUGAJIMA Yasuhiro

スガジマ ヤスヒロ | SUGAJIMA Yasuhiro
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (3): Sports science ,  Applied health science ,  Environmental physiology (including physical medicine and nutritional physiology)
Research keywords  (5): biomechanics ,  exercise physiology ,  adapted sports ,  physical education ,  neurophysiology
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Promotion of health covering the whole life.
  • Physiological responses of exercise in water.
  • An electromyographic study of muscular activity under weightlessness simulated by water immersion.
Papers (4):
MISC (25):
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Lectures and oral presentations  (45):
  • 水浸運動時の筋活動様式の筋電図学的研究
    (東海体育学会第32回大会 1984)
  • 脚伸展動作による水浸時筋活動様式の筋電図学的研究
    (日本体育学会第36回大会 1985)
  • 水浸低重量下における動作の筋電図学的研究
    (第32回日本宇宙航空環境医学会総会 1986)
  • 脊髄反射応答(H波)に対する回転椅子刺激の影響
    (第32回日本宇宙航空環境医学会総会 1986)
  • 水中運動特性の筋電図学的研究
    (日本体育学会第37回大会 1986)
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Works (1):
  • Effect of Cutaneous Input on Voluntary Activation and Reflex Activity IN Single Human Motor Units.
    1999 -
Education (2):
  • - 1983 Chukyo University Faculty of Physical Education
  • - 1996 Chukyo University Graduate School, Division of Physical Recreation Physical Education
Professional career (2):
  • Master of Arts (Chukyo University)
  • Ph.D (Chukyo University)
Work history (6):
  • 1985 - 1988 Graduate School of Chukyo University, Research Assistant(part-time)
  • 1991 - 1998 Nagoya University of Arts, Lecturer
  • 1999 - 2000 University of Alberta, Canada, Visiting Researcher
  • 2017/04 - 2018/07 Asahi University Associate Professor
  • 1998 - Nagoya University of Arts, Associate Professor
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Association Membership(s) (3):
JAPAN SOCIETY OF TRAINING SCIENCE FOR EXERCISE AND SPORT ,  JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND EXERCISE ,  International Federation for Adapted Physical Activity
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