Takayuki Murayama

Takayuki Murayama
Kanazawa University | Kindai · Institute of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Ph.D.

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September 2009 - April 2016
Kanazawa University
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The effects of psychological pressure on perceiving the height of a jump bar just before starting a high jump run was investigated. University students (n = 14) training for a high jump event performed 15 trials (3 practice, 6 high-pressure, and 6 low-pressure) in counterbalanced order in their daily practice environment. The height of the bar was...
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The effects of psychological pressure on perceiving the height of a jump bar just before starting a high jump run was investigated. University students (N = 14) training for a high jump event performed 15 trials (3 practice, 6 pressure, and 6 non-pressure) in counterbalanced order in their daily practice environment. The height of the bar was judge...
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Motor behavior couples with several types of environmental information perceived by actors. The phenomenon by which perceptions are distorted by the psychological state of an actor, including motivation, desire, and anxiety, is known as dynamic perception, and many athletes experience this under the psychological pressure of competition. The effect...
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Factors related to choking under pressure during sports were investigated through a questionnaire survey and the relationship among the factors was examined. A questionnaire survey of choking was conducted among university students in sports-oriented school clubs (n= 535). Exploratory factor analysis extracted 11 factors: changes in motor control a...
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Factors related to choking under pressure during sports were investigated through a ques-tionnaire survey, and the relationships among them were examined. A questionnaire survey of choking was conducted among university students in sports-oriented school clubs (n=535). Exploratory factor analysis extracted 11 factors: changes in motor control and v...
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In the present study, the in‰uence of psychological pressure on corticospinal motor tract (CST) excitability was investigated using monophasic transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) during ânênger movement. Nine participants performed a spatiotemporal tracing task using a small laser pointer attached to the right indenger. After seven acquisition...
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The objective of this study was to use a questionnaire survey to comprehensively investigate the factors related to "choking under pressure" in sports. A number of different factors have been reported in previous research, depending on whether experiments, surveys, or qualitative methods were used. In this study, we therefore created a questionnair...
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The purpose of this study was to investigate the characteristics of whole-body movement under pressure. The study participants, who were right-handed male university students (N=16), performed "tomeken ," which is a bilboquet technique, for 300 acquisition trials followed by 15 test trials. In the test, a small audience observed participants who ha...
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The objective of this study was to propose an inductive model for the process of choking under pres-sure by qualitatively investigating factors related to choking and their relationships. Thirteen athletes Mϭ7, Fϭ6 on the varsity in soft tennis, football, basketball, badminton, and archery teams participated in a semi-structured in-terview in which...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of personality on causal attributions of choking in sport. We performed questionnaire surveys on 358 college and graduate students involved in sports, and performed covariance structure analysis to examine relationships between latent variables. We found that extroversion and emotional stabilit...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of time pressure on the psychological, physiological, and behavioral aspects of a dart-throwing task. Participants (N=25) performed 140 acquisition trials (10 trials x 14 blocks) followed by 10 test trials under time pressure. Time pressure was induced by instructing the participants to complet...

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Project goal is to clarify the underlying mechanisms of motor performance under pressure. We are interested in cognition such as risk take, risk averse, and ironic process. The relationship environmental perception and action is also investigated. Neurophysiological study by using TMS and tDCS has been conducting to clarify cortical and spinal excitability under pressure.