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Mori Shiro

モリ シロウ | Mori Shiro
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (2): Sports science ,  Physical and health education
Research keywords  (10): Motor Learning ,  Motor Control ,  Motor Development ,  Children ,  Mental training ,  Autism ,  Brain system ,  Community approach ,  Physical Activity ,  Laterality
Papers (7):
  • Hiroki Nakamoto, Sachi Ikudome, Kengo Yotani, Atsuo Maruyama, Shiro Mori. Fast-ball sports experts depend on an inhibitory strategy to reprogram their movement timing. EXPERIMENTAL BRAIN RESEARCH. 2013. 228. 2. 193-203
  • Sachi Ikudome, Hiroki Nakamoto, Yasumitsu Ishii, Hiroaki Kanehisa, Shiro Mori. INFLUENCE OF PRACTICE WITH WITHIN-TRIALS AND INTER-TRIALS CHANGES OF TARGET VELOCITY IN IMPROVING MOVEMENT CORRECTION. PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS. 2012. 115. 3. 903-917
  • Hiroki Nakamoto, Shiro Mori. Experts in fast-ball sports reduce anticipation timing cost by developing inhibitory control. BRAIN AND COGNITION. 2012. 80. 1. 23-32
  • Nakamoto H, Mori S. Sport-specific decision-making in a Go/NoGo reaction task: difference among nonathletes and baseball and basketball players. Perceptual and motor skills. 2008. 106. 1. 163-170
  • Nakamoto H, Mori S. Effects of stimulus-response compatibility in mediating expert performance in baseball players. Brain research. 2008. 1189. 179-188
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MISC (22):
  • S Ikudome, H Nakamoto, S Mori. Visuo-motor process of movement correction in interceptive action. NeuroReport. 2013. 24. 16. 879-883
  • Yuuki Mizusaki, Hiroki Nakamoto, Shiro Mori. The Effect of Visual Occlusion during Quiet Eye Training on Free-Throw Accuracy in Novice Basketball Player. Annals of fitness and sports sciences. 2013. 47. 47. 21-28
  • K Yotani, H Tamaki, H Nakamoto, A Yuki, H Kirimoto, K Kitada, F Ogita, S Mori. Visuo-motor related time analysis using electroencephalograms. World Journal of Neuroscience. 2013. 3. 3. 142-146
  • S Mori, H Nakamoto, H Mizuochi, S Ikudome, C Gabbard. Influence of Affordances in the Home Environment on Motor Development of Young Children in Japan. Child Development Research. 2013. 898406. 1-5
  • S Ikudome, H Nakamoto, S Mori. Effect of practice with within-trial and inter-trial velocity changes on movement correction under various novel target velocities. International Journal of Sport and Health Science. 2013. 11. 39-48
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Lectures and oral presentations  (15):
  • The contribution of internal forward model on online correction during interceptive action
    (North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity 2012)
  • Expert batters' anticipation of the future location of fast-moving objects
    (North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity 2012)
  • The relationship between fundamental motor patterns and motor ability in young children
    (North American Society for the Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity 2012)
  • The developmental difference between children and adults with regard to the movement timing correction to an unexpected change in falling velocity
    (NASPSPA Conference 2010)
  • The role of multisensory information in estimating
    (NASPSPA Conference 2010)
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Work history (10):
  • 2018/04 - 現在 National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya
  • 2014/08 - National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya
  • 2006/11 - National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya
  • 2005/04 - National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya
  • 2004/12 - National Institute of Fitness and Sports in Kanoya
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Association Membership(s) (8):
JAPAN SOCIETY OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION, HEALTH AND SPORT SCIENCES ,  JAPANESE SOCIETY OF SPORT PSYCHOLOGY ,  JAPAN SOCIETY OF RESEARCH ON EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION ,  THE JAPANESE PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION ,  THE JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY ,  JAPANESE COGNITIVE SCIENCE SOCIETY ,  Japanese Society of Community Psychology ,  North America Society for Psychology of Sport and Physical Activity
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