Yufu Tanaka

Yufu Tanaka
Kindai University · Department of Business Management

PhD

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April 2011 - present
Kindai University
Position
  • Lecturer
April 2011 - November 2016
Kindai University
Position
  • Professor (Associate)

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Publications (7)
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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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The effects of psychological pressure on corticospinal excitability and muscular activity were investigated in a two-choice reaction task that involved voluntary right index finger movements. In order to induce pressure, participants were given instructions that combined a performance-contingent cash reward, a penalty, and performance comparisons....
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Effects of explicit and implicit perceptual training on pitch-type (fast or curved-ball) anticipation with probability information prior to pitching motion were investigated. Participants (n=30) were randomly assigned to an explicit or an implicit instruction group, or a control group. They were administered 30 pretest trials, 60 perceptual trainin...

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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.