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Nakajima Tsuyoshi

ナカジマ ツヨシ | Nakajima Tsuyoshi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Graduate Student (doctrate program)
Research field  (1): Sports science
Research keywords  (3): Sensori Motor Integration ,  Voluntary Movement ,  Motor Control
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 1999 - Neuro physiological mechanisms of motor control
MISC (7):
  • Nerve-specific modulation of SEPs during sustained submaximal contraction in the first dorsal interosseous muscles. The 13th Annual congress of the Japanese Society of Exercise and Sports and Physiology. 2003. 81
  • Moduration of cutaneous Reflexes during sustained submaximal contraction inthe first dorsal interosseous muscles. The 58th Annual Congress of the Japanese society of physiol fitness and sports medicine. 2003. 265
  • Nerve specificity of cutaneous reflexes in the human intrinsic hand muscle. The 33th Annual Congress of the Japanese Society of Clinical Neurophysiology. 2003. 305
  • Change of the Brain Potential Component fallowing local muscle fatigue. Journal of Exercise and Sports Physiology. 2002. 9(2), 67-76
  • Relationship between the agonist EMG activity and the size of H reflex during fast plantar flexion in human. Japanese Journal of Phisical and Fitness and Sports medicine. 2002. 51(6), 556
Education (4):
  • - 2002 University of Tsukuba Master's Program in Health and Sport Sciences
  • - 2002 University of Tsukuba Graduate School, Division of Physical Education Health Education
  • - 2000 Kokushikan University Physical Education Physical Education
  • - 2000 Kokushikan University Faculty of Physical Education
Professional career (1):
  • Master(Physical Education) (University of Tsukuba)
Association Membership(s) (3):
Japanese Society of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine ,  Japan Society of Exercise and Sports Physiology ,  Japanese Society of clinical Neurophysiology
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