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Koichi Yokosawa

ヨコサワ コウイチ | Koichi Yokosawa
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Homepage URL  (1): http://kaken.nii.ac.jp/d/r/20416978.ja.html
Research field  (1): Biomedical engineering/Biological material science
Papers (90):
  • Rie Matsunaga, Pitoyo Hartono, Koichi Yokosawa, and Jun-ichi Abe. The development of sensitivity to tonality structure of music: Evidence from Japanese children raised in a simultaneous and unbalanced bi-musical environment. Music Perception. 2019. 37. 3. 223-237
  • Ryoken Takase, Jared Boasen, Koichi Yokosawa. Different roles for theta- and alpha-band brain rhythms during sequential memory. Conference proceedings of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS). 2019. 1713-1716
  • Koichi Yokosawa, Yui Murakami, Hiroaki Sato. Appearance and modulation of a reactive temporal-lobe 8-10-Hz tau-rhythm. Neuroscience Research. 2019
  • Akira Toyomura, Koichi Yokosawa, Atsushi Shimojo, Tetsunoshin Fujii, Shinya Kuriki. Turning a cylindrical treadmill with feet: an MR-compatible device for assessment of the neural correlates of lower-limb movement. J Neurosci Methods. 2018. 307. 14-22
  • R. Matsunaga, T. Yasuda, M. Johnson-Motoyama, P. Hartono,K. Yokosawa, J. Abe. A cross-culture comparison of tonality perception in Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, and American listeners. Psychomusicology: Music, Mind, and Brain. 2018. 28. 3. 178-188
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Awards (1):
  • 2016/09 - Best Research Award Alpha-band amplitude during memory encoding is an index of memory performance
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