Hasegawa N, Ishikawa K, Sato Y, Nakayama Y, Asaka T:
Short-term effects of postural control by standing on a tilting board in patients with Parkinson’s disease.
Physiother Theory Pract (in press)
Mani H, Miyagishima S, Kozuka N, Kodama Y, Takeda K, Asaka T:
Development of postural control during single-leg standing in children aged 3–10 years.
Gait Posture 68: 174–180, 2019.
Miyagishima S, Asaka T, Kamatsuka K, Kozuka N, Kobayashi M, Igarashi L, Hori T, Tsutsumi H:
Spontaneous movements of preterm infants is associated with outcome of gross motor development.
Brain Dev 40: 627–633, 2018.
Inoue T, Ninuma S, Hayashi M, Okuda A, Asaka T, Maejima H:
Effects of long-term exercise and low-level inhibition of GABAergic synapses on motor control and the expression of BDNF in the motor related cortex.
Neurological Research (DOI: 10.1080/01616412.2017.1382801), 2017.
Hasegawa N, Takeda K, Sakuma M, Mani H, Maejima H, Asaka T:
Learning effects of dynamic postural control by auditory biofeedback versus visual biofeedback training.
Gait and Posture 58: 188-193, 2017.:
Takeda K, Mani H, Hasegawa N, Sato Y, Tanaka S, Maejima H, Asaka T:
Adaptation effects in static postural control by providing simultaneous visual feedback of center of pressure and center of gravity.
J Physiol Anthropol 2017. DOI: 10.1186/s40101-017-0147-5
Ibuki A, Mani H, Takeda K, Hasegawa N, Yamamoto K, Naejima H, Asaka T:
Characteristic Relationship between the Centre of Pressure and the Centre of Mass During Quiet Standing in Female Ballet Dancers.
Int Phys Med Rehab J 1(2): 2017. DOI: 10.15406/ipmrj.2017.01.00009
Wang Y, Watanabe K, Asaka T:
Aging effect on muscle synergies in stepping forth during a forward perturbation.
Eur J Appl Physiol (DOI 10.1007/s00421-016-3514-8)
Takahashi K, Maejima H, Ikuta G, Mani H, Asaka T:
Exercise combined with low-level GABAA receptor inhibition up-regulates the expression of neurotrophins in the motor cortex.
Neuroscience Letters 636, 101-107, 2017.
Ito K, Tomata Y, Kogure M, Sugawara Y, Watanabe T, Asaka T, Tsuji I:
Housing type after the Great East Japan Earthquake and loss of motor function in elderly victims: A prospective observational study
BMJ Open (DOI 10.1136/bmjopen-2016-012760)