Nobuhiro Hagura
Nobuhiro Hagura
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Consensus paper: roles of the cerebellum in motor control—the diversity of ideas on cerebellar involvement in movement
M Manto, JM Bower, AB Conforto, JM Delgado-García, SNF Da Guarda, ...
The Cerebellum 11, 457-487, 2012
Ready steady slow: action preparation slows the subjective passage of time
N Hagura, R Kanai, G Orgs, P Haggard
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1746), 4399-4406, 2012
Visuokinesthetic perception of hand movement is mediated by cerebro–cerebellar interaction between the left cerebellum and right parietal cortex
N Hagura, Y Oouchida, Y Aramaki, T Okada, M Matsumura, N Sadato, ...
Cerebral Cortex 19 (1), 176-186, 2009
Activity in the posterior parietal cortex mediates visual dominance over kinesthesia
N Hagura, T Takei, S Hirose, Y Aramaki, M Matsumura, N Sadato, E Naito
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (26), 7047-7053, 2007
Perceptual decisions are biased by the cost to act
N Hagura, P Haggard, J Diedrichsen
Elife 6, e18422, 2017
Learning to like it: aesthetic perception of bodies, movements and choreographic structure
G Orgs, N Hagura, P Haggard
Consciousness and Cognition 22 (2), 603-612, 2013
Constructing visual perception of body movement with the motor cortex
G Orgs, A Dovern, N Hagura, P Haggard, GR Fink, PH Weiss
Cerebral Cortex 26 (1), 440-449, 2016
Food vibrations: Asian spice sets lips trembling
N Hagura, H Barber, P Haggard
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1770), 20131680, 2013
Decoding sequential finger movements from preparatory activity in higher‐order motor regions: a functional magnetic resonance imaging multi‐voxel pattern analysis
I Nambu, N Hagura, S Hirose, Y Wada, M Kawato, E Naito
European Journal of Neuroscience 42 (10), 2851-2859, 2015
Imposed visual feedback delay of an action changes mass perception based on the sensory prediction error
T Honda, N Hagura, T Yoshioka, H Imamizu
Frontiers in psychology 4, 760, 2013
Functional organization of flash-induced V1 offline reactivation
K Funayama, N Hagura, H Ban, Y Ikegaya
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (46), 11727-11738, 2016
Importance of precentral motor regions in human kinesthesia: a single case study
E Naito, R Matsumoto, N Hagura, Y Oouchida, H Tomimoto, T Hanakawa
Neurocase 17 (2), 133-147, 2011
Sanshool on the fingertip interferes with vibration detection in a rapidly-adapting (RA) tactile channel
S Kuroki, N Hagura, S Nishida, P Haggard, J Watanabe
PLoS One 11 (12), e0165842, 2016
Reduction of cortico-spinal excitability by transcranial magnetic stimulation at predictable timing
T Takei, T Hashimoto, N Hagura, M Matsumura, E Naito
The Japanese journal of physiology 55 (2), 93-99, 2005
Binding space and time through action
N Binetti, N Hagura, C Fadipe, A Tomassini, V Walsh, S Bestmann
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1805), 20150381, 2015
Am I seeing my hand? Visual appearance and knowledge of controllability both contribute to the visual capture of a person's own body
N Hagura, S Hirose, M Matsumura, E Naito
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1742), 3476-3481, 2012
Human rostral dorsal premotor cortex mediates graspability judgment of external objects by evaluating hand motor capability
S Hirose, N Hagura, M Matsumura, E Naito
Brain research 1313, 134-142, 2010
Specificity of action selection modulates the perceived temporal order of action and sensory events
A Desantis, P Haggard, Y Ikegaya, N Hagura
Experimental brain research 236, 2157-2164, 2018
Touch inhibits touch: sanshool-induced paradoxical tingling reveals perceptual interaction between somatosensory submodalities
A Cataldo, N Hagura, Y Hyder, P Haggard
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1943), 20202914, 2021
Evidence that endpoint feedback facilitates intermanual transfer of visuomotor force learning by a cognitive strategy
J De Havas, P Haggard, H Gomi, S Bestmann, Y Ikegaya, N Hagura
Journal of Neurophysiology 127 (1), 16-26, 2022
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