Scientific journals (peer reviewed)

  1. Furuya S, Flanders M, Soechting J (2011) Hand kinematics of piano playing. Journal of Neurophysiology 106(6): 2849-2864

  2. Furuya S, Goda T, Katayose H, Miwa H, Nagata N (2011) Distinct interjoint coordination during fast alternate keystroke in pianists with superior skill. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5: 50

  3. Nakahara H, Furuya S, Masuko T, Francis P, Kinoshita H (2011) Performing music can induce greater modulation of emotion-related psychophysiological responses than listening to music. International Journal of Psychophysiology 81(3): 152-158

  4. Furuya S, Aoki T, Nakahara H, Kinoshita H. (2011) Individual differences in the biomechanical effect of loudness and tempo on upper-limb movements during repetitive piano keystrokes. Human Movement Science (in press)

  5. Furuya S, Altenmüller E, Katayose H, Kinoshita H (2010) Control of multi-joint arm movements for the manipulation of touch in keystroke by expert pianists. BMC Neuroscience 11 (1): 82

  6. Furuya S, Soechting J. (2010) Role of auditory feedback in the control of successive keystrokes during piano playing. Experimental Brain Research 204 (2): 223-237

  7. Nakahara H, Furuya S, Francis P, Kinoshita H (2010) Psycho-physiological responses to expressive piano performance. International Journal of Psychophysiology 75 (3): 268-276

  8. Furuya S, Osu R, Kinoshita H (2009) Effective utilization of gravity during arm downswing in keystroke by expert pianists. Neuroscience 164 (2): 822-831

  9. Nakahara H, Furuya S, Masuko T, Obata S, Kinoshita H (2009) Emotion-related changes in heart rate and its variability during perception and performance of music. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1169 (1): 359-362

  10. Furuya S, Kinoshita H (2008) Expertise-dependent modulation of muscular and non-muscular torques in multi-joint arm movements during piano keystroke. Neuroscience 156 (2): 390-402

  11. Furuya S, Kinoshita H (2008) Organization of the upper limb movement for piano key-depression differs between expert pianists and novice players. Experimental Brain Research 185 (4): 581-593

  12. Furuya S, Kinoshita H (2007) Roles of proximal-to-distal sequential organization of the upper limb segments in striking the keys by expert pianists. Neuroscience Letters 421 (3): 264-269

  13. Kinoshita H, Furuya S, Aoki T, Altenmüller E (2007) Loudness control in pianists as exemplified in keystroke force measurements at different touches. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 121 (5 Pt1): 2959-2969

  14. Furuya S, Nakahara H, Aoki T, Kinoshita H (2006) Prevalence and causal factors of playing-related musculoskeletal disorders of the upper extremity and trunk among Japanese pianists and piano students. Medical Problems of Performing Artists 21 (3): 112-117

  15. Aoki T, Furuya S, Kinoshita H (2005) Finger tapping ability in male and female pianists and nonmusician control. Motor Control 9 (1): 23-39


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