学術論文 国際誌 (peer-reviewed journal articles)

*: equally-contributed co-first authors

2017

(56) Furuya S*, Yokota S*. Temporal exploration in sequential movements shapes efficient neuromuscular control.  (under review)   

(55) Furuya S*, Uehara K*, Sakamoto T, Hanakawa T. Aberrant cortical excitability explains the loss of hand dexterity in musician’s dystonia. (under review)   

(54) Kotani S, Furuya S. State anxiety disorganizes finger movements during musical performance. (in revision

(53) Furuya S*, Furukawa Y*, Uehara K, Oku T. Probing sensory-motor integration during musical performance. (in revision 

(52) Hirano M, Kubota S, Furuya S, Koizume Y, Tanaka S, and Funase K. The acquisition of skilled finger movements is accompanied by the reorganization of the corticospinal system. Journal of Neurophysiology (in press)

(51) Furuya S (2018) Individual differences in sensorimotor skills among musicians. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences 20: 61-66

(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) PDF 

(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 PDF 

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

2016

(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

2015

(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

2014

(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 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  

2013

(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  

2012

(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 

2011

(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  

2010

(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

~2009

(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