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Matsushima Toshiya

マツシマ トシヤ | Matsushima Toshiya
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Homepage URL  (1): http://www.sci.hokudai.ac.jp/~matusima/chinou3/Welcome.html
Research field  (4): Experimental psychology ,  Animals: biochemistry, physiology, behavioral science ,  Neuroscience - general ,  Neuroscience - general
Research keywords  (2): thyloid hormone ,  serotonin
Papers (49):
  • Toshiya Matsushima. GABA-A and GABA-B receptors in filial imprinting linked with opening and closing of the sensitive period in domestic chicks (Gallus gallus domesticus). Frontiers in Physiology. 2018. 9
  • Toshiya Matsushima. Thyroid hormone sensitizes the imprinting-associated induction of biological motion preference in domestic chicks. Frontiers in Physiology. 2018. 9. 1740
  • Ogura, Y. Amita, H, Matsushima, T. Ecological validity of impulsive choice: consequences of profitability-based short-sighted evaluation in the producer-scrounger game. Frontiers in Applied Mathematics and Statistics. 2018. 4. 49
  • Toshiya Matsushima. Gene expression of Dio2 (thyroid hormone converting enzyme) in telencephalon is linked with predisposed biological motion preference in domestic chicks. Behavioural Brain Research. 2018. 349. 25-30
  • Yamaguchi, S, Aoki, N, Matsushima, T, Homma, K.-J. Wnt-2b in the intermediate hyperpallium apicale of the telencephalon is critical for the thyroid hormone-mediated opening of the sensitive period for filial imprinting in domestic chicks (Gallus gallus domesticus). Hormone and Behavior. 2018. 102. 120-128
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MISC (43):
Professional career (1):
  • PhD
Work history (3):
  • 2006 - Hokkaido University
  • 1992 - 1994 Sophia University
  • 1986 - 1987 The University of Tokyo
Awards (2):
  • 2019/06 - The Japanese Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry Academic Award
  • 2002/09 - Zoological Society of Japan Zoological Science Award
Association Membership(s) (5):
International Society for Neuroethology ,  Society for Neuroscience ,  JAPAN ETHOLOGICAL SOCIETY ,  JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR ANIMAL PSYCHOLOGY ,  THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN
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