Hiroki Morimoto

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The contribution of the right inferior frontal cortex to response inhibition has been demonstrated by previous studies of neuropsychology, electrophysiology, and neuroimaging. The inferior frontal cortex is also known to be activated during processing of infrequent stimuli such as stimulus-driven attention. Response inhibition has most often been(More)
Multiple joint movements during human quiet standing exhibit characteristic inter-joint coordination, shortly referred to as reciprocal relationship, in which angular acceleration of the hip joint is linearly and negatively correlated with that of the ankle joint (antiphase coordination) and, moreover, acceleration of the center of mass (CoM) of the(More)
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