Keigo Shiomi

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Neural interaction between the eye and hand movement centers must be a critical part of the mechanism underlying eye-hand coordination. One of the previous findings supporting this view is smooth pursuit eye movement-induced suppression of motor-evoked potential (MEP) in the hand muscles. The purpose of this study was to determine which descending volleys(More)
The purpose of this study was to elucidate whether bimanual coordination of force affects interhemispheric inhibition (IHI) between the primary motor cortices (M1s). IHI with the index fingers isometrically abducted against a fixed plate (AAP task) was compared with IHI with the index fingers isometrically abducted against each other (AAF task). The index(More)
The authors investigated the effect of an auditory cue on the choice of the initial swing leg in gait initiation. Healthy humans initiated a gait in response to a monaural or binaural auditory cue. When the auditory cue was given in the ear ipsilateral to the preferred leg side, the participants consistently initiated their gait with the preferred leg. In(More)
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