Shinichiro Kamiya

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Functional neuroimaging suggests asymmetries of memory encoding and retrieval in the prefrontal lobes, but different hypotheses have been presented concerning the nature of prefrontal hemispheric specialization. We studied an associative memory task involving pairs of Kanji (Chinese) pictographs and unfamiliar abstract patterns. Subjects were ten Japanese(More)
Component waves of EEGs led from the F3-A1, C3-A1, O1-A1, and O2-A2 scalp regions of 24 multi-infarct dementia seniles (MID) patients (ages 58 to 85 years, average 73.3 years) and eight to 19 normal, healthy, adult (NA) subjects were obtained by autoregressive component analysis. Some differences in the component waves were demonstrated between the two(More)
OBJECTIVE We studied differences in the spatiotemporal dynamics of cortical oscillation across brain regions of patients with schizophrenia and normal subjects during the auditory oddball task using magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG). METHODS Ten right-handed male schizophrenia patients were studied. We used a newly developed(More)
BACKGROUND We studied the imaginary coherence (IC) of gamma frequency oscillations between brain regions of male schizophrenia patients during an auditory oddball task using magnetoencephalography (MEG) and electroencephalography (EEG). METHODS Subjects were 10 right-handed male schizophrenia patients, evaluated by the positive and negative symptom scale(More)
We studied differences in imaginary coherence (IC) of the gamma band between brain regions of female schizophrenia patients during the auditory oddball task using magnetoencephalography (MEG). Subjects were 12 right-handed female schizophrenia patients, who were evaluated by the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scales (PANSS). Functional connectivity during(More)
We studied sex-related differences in gamma oscillation during an auditory oddball task, using magnetoencephalography and electroencephalography assessment of imaginary coherence (IC). We obtained a statistical source map of event-related desynchronization (ERD) / event-related synchronization (ERS), and compared females and males regarding ERD / ERS. Based(More)
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