論文 Publication

原著論文 Original article

  1. State-Anxiety Modulates the Effect of Emotion Cues on Visual Temporal Sensitivity in Autism Spectrum Disorder.
    Chakrabarty M*, Atsumi T*, Yaguchi A, Fukatsu R, Ide M*. European Journal of Neuroscience 54(2), 4682-4694, 2021年7月 Website
    (* Equal contribution, Corresponding authors)NEW
  2. Inducing cortical plasticity to manipulate and consolidate subjective time interval production.
    Honma M, Saito S, Atsumi T, Tokushige S, Inomata-Terada S, Chiba A, Terao Y. Neuromodulation: Technology at the Neural Interface 2021年5月 Website
  3. Temporal resolution relates to sensory hyperreactivity independently of stimulus detection sensitivity in individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
    Yaguchi A, Atsumi T, Fukatsu R, Ide M. bioRxiv doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2020.12.23.424156 Website
    ( Corresponding authors)
  4. Decreased utilization of allocentric coordinates during reaching movement in individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
    Umesawa Y, Atsumi T, Fukatsu R & Ide M. PLOS ONE 2020年11月 Website
    ( Corresponding authors)
  5. GABA concentration in the left ventral premotor cortex associates with sensory hyper-responsiveness in autism spectrum disorders without intellectual disability.
    Umesawa Y*, Atsumi T*, Chakrabarty M, Fukatsu R & Ide M. Frontiers in Neuroscience 14:482. 2020年4月 Website.
    (* Equal contribution, Corresponding authors)
  6. Neural basis of extremely high temporal sensitivity: Insights from a patient with autism.
    Ide M*, Atsumi T*, Chakrabarty M*, Yaguchi A, Umesawa Y, Fukatsu R, Wada M. Frontiers in Neuroscience 14:340, 2020年4月 Website
    (* Equal contribution, Corresponding author)
  7. Tactile Temporal Resolution. Yaguchi A, Atsumi T, Ide M. (Invited) Encyclopedia of Autism Spectrum Disorders. Springer doi: 10.1007/978-1-4614-6435-8_102347-1Website
  8. Altered GABA concentration in brain motor area is associated with the severity of motor disabilities in individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
    Umesawa Y*, Matsushima K, Atsumi T, Fukatsu R, Wada M, Ide M*. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 50, 2710–2722, 2020年1月Website
    (*Corresponding author)
  9. Rubber tail illusion is weakened in Ca2+-dependent activator protein for secretion 2 (Caps2)-knockout mice. Wada M, Ide M, Atsumi T, Sano Y, Shinoda Y, Furuichi T, Kansaku K. Scientific Reports 9:2552, 2019年5月
  10. Preferential attentional engagement drives attentional bias to snakes in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata) and humans (Homo sapiens). Nobuo Masataka, Hiroki Koda, Takeshi Atsumi*, Madoka Satoh, Ottmar V Lipp. Scientific Reports 8:17773, 2018年12月 (*Corresponding author)Website
  11. Spontaneous discriminative response to the biological motion displays involving a walking conspecific in mice. Takeshi Atsumi*, Masakazu Ide, Makoto Wada*. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 12:263, 2018年11月 (*Corresponding authors)Website
  12. 時間的に過剰な処理という視点から見た自閉スペクトラム症の感覚過敏. 井手正和,矢口彩子,渥美剛史,安 啓一,和田 真. BRAIN and NERVE 69(11), 1281-1289, 2017年11月 Website
  13. Dopamine-dependent Visual Attention Preference to Social Stimuli in Non-human Primate. Yamaguchi Y*, Atsumi T*, Poirot R*, Lee YA, Kato A, Goto Y. (* Equal contribution) Psychopharmacology 234(7), 1113–1120, 2017年2月 Website
  14. Goal attribution to inanimate moving objects by Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata). Takeshi Atsumi, Hiroki Koda, Nobuo Masataka. Scientific Reports 7:40033, 2017年1月 Website
  15. Perception of chasing in squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus). Atsumi T & Nagasaka Y. Animal Cognition, 18, 1243–1253, 2015年7月 Website

紀要論文・抄録集等 Proceeding

  1. 梅沢侑実,松島佳苗,渥美剛史,和田真,井手正和(2019)自閉スペクトラム症者にみる運動のぎこちなさとその基盤となる皮質内抑制機能の低下.若手研究者のための健康科学研究助成成果報告書 第34回.明治安田康生事業団,pp8-15.
  2. 井手正和, 渥美剛史,ムリンモイ・チャクラバティ,矢口彩子,佐野美佐子,深津玲子,和田真 (2018) 過剰な感覚情報処理に基づく自閉スペクトラム症者の感覚過敏の検討. 臨床神経心理, 29
  3. 渥美剛史・長田佳久 (2012) 実際の生物と無生物の運動と比較したときの人工的な単一運動物体における物理的変化とアニマシーの知覚. 立教大学心理学研究 54 1-11
  4. Takeshi Atsumi, Yasuo Nagasaka, Yoshihisa Osada (2011) The perception of animacy in humans and squirrel monkeys (Saimili sciureus). Journal of Vision 11, 680, doi:10.1167/11.11.680

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