Shinya Fujii
Shinya Fujii
Assistant Professor, Department of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University
Verified email at sfc.keio.ac.jp - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Tapping performance and underlying wrist muscle activity of non-drummers, drummers, and the world's fastest drummer
S Fujii, K Kudo, T Ohtsuki, S Oda
Neuroscience letters 459 (2), 69-73, 2009
592009
The Harvard Beat Assessment Test (H-BAT): a battery for assessing beat perception and production and their dissociation
S Fujii, G Schlaug
Frontiers in human neuroscience 7, 771, 2013
572013
The role of rhythm in speech and language rehabilitation: the SEP hypothesis
S Fujii, CY Wan
Frontiers in human neuroscience 8, 777, 2014
532014
Wrist muscle activity during rapid unimanual tapping with a drumstick in drummers and nondrummers
S Fujii, K Kudo, M Shinya, T Ohtsuki, S Oda
Motor Control 13 (3), 237-250, 2009
322009
Synchronization error of drum kit playing with a metronome at different tempi by professional drummers
S Fujii, M Hirashima, K Kudo, T Ohtsuki, Y Nakamura, S Oda
Music Perception: An Interdisciplinary Journal 28 (5), 491-503, 2011
312011
Intrinsic constraint of asymmetry acting as a control parameter on rapid, rhythmic bimanual coordination: a study of professional drummers and nondrummers
S Fujii, K Kudo, T Ohtsuki, S Oda
Journal of neurophysiology 104 (4), 2178-2186, 2010
302010
Corrective postural responses evoked by completely unexpected loss of ground support during human walking
M Shinya, S Fujii, S Oda
Gait & posture 29 (3), 483-487, 2009
282009
Precursors of dancing and singing to music in three-to four-months-old infants
S Fujii, H Watanabe, H Oohashi, M Hirashima, D Nozaki, G Taga
PloS one 9 (5), e97680, 2014
25*2014
Tapping speed asymmetry in drummers for single-hand tapping with a stick
S Fujii, S Oda
Perceptual and motor skills 103 (1), 265-272, 2006
252006
Rise rate and timing variability of surface electromyographic activity during rhythmic drumming movements in the world’s fastest drummer
S Fujii, T Moritani
Journal of Electromyography and Kinesiology 22 (1), 60-66, 2012
172012
The use of augmented auditory feedback to improve arm reaching in stroke: a case series
JL Chen, S Fujii, G Schlaug
Disability and rehabilitation 38 (11), 1115-1124, 2016
132016
Motor control of rhythmic dance from a dynamical systems perspective: a review
A Miura, S Fujii, Y Yamamoto, K Kudo
Journal of Dance Medicine & Science 19 (1), 11-21, 2015
122015
Spike shape analysis of surface electromyographic activity in wrist flexor and extensor muscles of the world's fastest drummer
S Fujii, T Moritani
Neuroscience letters 514 (2), 185-188, 2012
122012
Finger-to-beat coordination skill of non-dancers, street dancers, and the world champion of a street-dance competition
A Miura, S Fujii, M Okano, K Kudo, K Nakazawa
Frontiers in psychology 7, 542, 2016
112016
Spatiotemporal characteristics of rhythmic, stationary basketball bouncing in skilled and unskilled players
Y Katsuhara, S Fujii, R Kametani, S Oda
Perceptual and Motor skills 110 (2), 469-478, 2010
112010
Effect of stick use on rapid unimanual tapping in drummers
S Fujii, S Oda
Perceptual and motor skills 108 (3), 962-970, 2009
112009
More feedback is better than less: learning a novel upper limb joint coordination pattern with augmented auditory feedback
S Fujii, T Lulic, JL Chen
Frontiers in neuroscience 10, 251, 2016
102016
Effects of stick use on bimanual coordination performance during rapid alternate tapping in drummers
S Fujii, S Oda
Motor Control 13 (3), 331-341, 2009
92009
Enhancing endogenous adenosine A2A receptor signaling induces slow-wave sleep without affecting body temperature and cardiovascular function
M Korkutata, T Saitoh, Y Cherasse, S Ioka, F Duo, R Qin, N Murakoshi, ...
Neuropharmacology 144, 122-132, 2019
52019
Automatic analysis of global music recordings suggests scale tuning universals
MJ Ho, S Sato, J Kuroyanagi, J Six, S Brown, S Fujii, PE Savage
19th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, 2018
52018
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