学術論文 国際誌 (peer-reviewed)

(53) Furuya S*, Furukawa Y*, Uehara K, Oku T. Probing sensory-motor integration during musical performance. (under review *: equally contributed co-first authors

(52) Furuya S*, Uehara K*, Sakamoto T, Hanakawa T. Aberrant cortical excitability explains the loss of hand dexterity in musician’s dystonia. (under review)   *: equally contributed co-first authors

(51) Furuya S. Individual differences in sensorimotor skills among musicians. (in revision)

(50) Furukawa Y, Uehara K, Furuya S (2017) Expertise-dependent motor somatotopy of music perception. Neuroscience Letters 650: 97-102

(49) Richardson SP, Altenmuller E, Alter K, Alterman RL, Chen R, Frucht S, Furuya S, Jankovic J, Jinnah HA, Kimberley TJ, Lungu C, Perlmutter JS, Prudente CN, Hallett M (2017) Research priorities in limb and task-specific dystonias Frontiers in Neurology 8(170)

(48) Altenmüller E, Furuya S (2017) Apollos Gift and Curse: Making music as a model for adaptive and maladaptive plasticity. e-Neuroforum 23(2) 57-75

(47) Oku T*Furuya S* (2017) Skillful force control in expert pianists. Experimental Brain Research 235(5), 1603-1615   *: equally-contributed first authors

(46) Altenmüller E, Furuya S (2016) Brain plasticity and the concept of metaplasticity in skilled musicians.  Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology 957:197-208 

(45) Hosoda M, Furuya S (2016) Shared somatosensory and motor functions in musicians. Scientific Reports 6: 37632 (10 pages) PDF 

(44) Tominaga K, Lee AAltenmüller E, Miyazaki F, Furuya S (2016) Kinematic origins of motor fluctuation in expert pianists. PLoS One 1(8): e0161324 (15 pages)  PDF 

(43) Ioannou CI, Furuya S, Altenmüller E (2016) Objective evaluation of performance stress in musicians with dystonia: A feasibility study. Journal of Motor Behavior 48(6):562-572

(42) Lee A, Voget J, Furuya S, Morise M, Altenmüller E (2016) Quantification of sound instability in embouchure tremor based on the time varying fundamental frequency. Journal of Neural Transmission 123(5):515-521

(41) Ioannou CI, Furuya S, Altenmüller E (2016) The impact of stress on motor performance in skilled musicians suffering from focal dystonia: Physiological and psychological characteristics. Neuropsychologia 85:226-236

(40) Furuya S, Hanakawa T (2016) The curse of motor expertise: use-dependent focal dystonia as manifestation of maladaptive changes in body representation. Neuroscience Research 104: 112-119

(39) Furuya S, Oku T, Miyazaki F, Kinoshita H (2015) Secrets of virtuoso: neuromuscular attributes of motor virtuosity in expert musicians. Scientific Reports 5:15750 (8 pages) PDF  

(38) Furuya S, Tominaga K, Miyazaki F, Altenmüller E (2015) Losing dexterity: patterns of impaired coordination of finger movements in musician's dystonia. Scientific Reports 5:13360 (14 pages) PDF 

(37) Winges SA, Furuya S (2015) Distinct digit kinematics by professional and amateur pianists. Neuroscience 284: 643–652  LINK  

(36) Furuya S, Altenmüller E (2015) Acquisition and reacquisition of motor coordination in musicians. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1337: 118–124  PDF  

(35) Lee A, Tominaga K, Furuya S, Miyazaki F, Altenmüller E (2015) Electrophysiological characteristics of task-specific tremor in 22 instrumentalists. Journal of Neural Transmission 122(3): 393-401

(34) Furuya S, Klaus M, Nitsche MA, Paulus W, Altenmüller E (2014) Ceiling effects prevent further improvement of transcranial stimulation in skilled musicians. The Journal of Neuroscience 34(41):13834 - 13839 PDF 

(33) Lee A*, Furuya S*, Morise M, Iltius P, Altenmüller E (2014) Quantification of instability of tone production in embouchure dystonia. Parkinsonism & Related Disorders 20(11):1161-1164  *: co-first author and equally contributed  LINK  

(32) Lee A, Tominaga K, Furuya S, Miyazaki F, Altenmüller E (2014) Quantification of a secondary task-specific tremor in a violinist after a temporal lobectomy. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 8:559 (4 pages)

(31) van Vugt FT, Furuya S, Vauth H, Jabusch HC, Altenmüller E (2014) Playing beautifully when you have to be fast: spatial and temporal symmetries of movement patterns in skilled piano performance at different tempi. Experimental Brain Research 232(11): 3555-3567 LINK 

(30) Furuya S, Nakamura A, Nagata N (2014) Acquisition of individuated finger movements through musical practice. Neuroscience 275C: 444-454 PDF  

(29) Lee A, Furuya S, Altenmüller E (2014) Epidemiology and treatment of 23 musicians with task specific tremor. Journal of Clinical Movement Disorders 1:5 (8 pages) LINK 

(28) Furuya S, Nakamura A, Nagata N (2014) Extraction of finger coordination pattern associated with motor learning in piano practice using principal component analysis. Neuroscience Letters 577(C) 38-44 

(27) Furuya S, Nitsche MA, Paulus W, Altenmüller E (2014) Surmounting retraining limits in musicians' dystonia by transcranial stimulation. Annals of Neurology 75(5): 700-707 PDF  (selected F1000 Prime)

(26) van der Steen MC, Molendijk EBD, Altenmüller E, Furuya S (2014) Expert pianists do not listen: the expertise-dependent influence of temporal perturbation on the production of sequential movements. Neuroscience 269C: 290-298 PDF  

(25) Lee A, Tominaga K, Furuya S, Miyazaki F, Altenmüller E (2014) Coherence of coactivation and acceleration in task-specific primary bowing tremor. Journal of Neural Transmission 121(7): 734-742 PDF  

(24) Furuya S, Nakamura A, Nagata N (2013) Transfer of piano practice in fast performance of skilled finger movements. BMC Neuroscience 14:133 (8 pages) PDF  

(23) Lee A, Tominaga K, Furuya S, Miyazaki F, Altenmüller E (2013) Task-specific tremor in violinists: evidence of coactivation in the 3-8 Hz frequency range. Movement Disorders 28(13): 1890-1892 PDF  

(22) Furuya S, Altenmüller E (2013) Finger-specific loss of independent control of finger movements in musician's dystonia. Neuroscience 247C: 152-163 PDF   

(21) Winges SA, Furuya S, Faber NJ, Flanders M (2013) Patterns of muscle activity for digital coarticulation. Journal of Neurophysiology 110(1): 230-242 PDF  

(20) Furuya SAltenmüller E (2013) Flexibility of movement organization in piano performance. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7:173 (10 pages) PDF    

(19) Lee A, Furuya S, Karst M, Altenmüller E (2013) Alteration in predictability of sensory outcome of motor action in focal hand dystonia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 7:172 (7 pages) LINK  

(18) Furuya S, Nitsche MA, Paulus W, Altenmüller E (2013) Early optimization in finger dexterity of skilled pianists: implication of transcranial stimulation. BMC Neuroscience 14:35 (8 pages)  PDF  

(17) Schaefer RS, Furuya S, Smith LM, Kaneshiro BB, Toiviainen P (2012) Probing neural mechanisms of music perception, cognition, and performance using multivariate decoding. Psychomusicology 22 (2): 168-174 PDF  

(16) Furuya S, Soechting J (2012) Speed invariance of independent control of finger movements in pianists. Journal of Neurophysiology 108(7): 2060-2068 PDF  

(15) Furuya S, Aoki T, Nakahara H, Kinoshita H (2012) Individual differences in the biomechanical effect of loudness and tempo on upper-limb movements during repetitive piano keystrokes. Human Movement Science 31(1): 26-39 PDF 

(14) Furuya S, Flanders M, Soechting J (2011) Hand kinematics of piano playing. Journal of Neurophysiology106 (6): 2849-2864  PDF  

(13) Nakahara H, Furuya S, Masuko T, Francis PR, 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 

(12) Furuya S, Goda T, Katayose H, Miwa H, Nagata N (2011) Distinct interjoint coordination during fast alternate keystrokes in pianists with superior skill. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 5: 50 (13 pages)   PDF  

(11) 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 (15 pages)   PDF 

(10) 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  PDF

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

(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  PDF   

(7) Nakahara H, Furuya S, Obata S, Masuko T, 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   PDF   

(6) 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 PDF

(5) 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  PDF

(4) 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 PDF 

(3) 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 PDF

(2) 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 PDF ←  Comment and response (PDF)  

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