Kikuro Fukushima mainly focuses on Neuroscience, Eye movement, Smooth pursuit, Vestibular system and Communication. His work on Neuroscience deals in particular with Frontal eye fields, Brain mapping, Frontal cortex and Cerebral cortex. His research on Eye movement often connects related topics like Audiology.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Reflex and Anatomy. His research in Communication tackles topics such as Gaze which are related to areas like Neural correlates of consciousness, Cognitive science, Self motion, Consciousness and Perception. His studies deal with areas such as Saccade, Cognitive psychology and Atrophy as well as Saccadic masking.
Kikuro Fukushima spends much of his time researching Neuroscience, Eye movement, Smooth pursuit, Vestibular system and Anatomy. His Frontal eye fields, Neuron, Vergence and Cerebellum study in the realm of Neuroscience connects with subjects such as Chemistry. His research integrates issues of Gaze, Optics and Audiology in his study of Eye movement.
As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Smooth pursuit, narrowing it down to issues related to the Communication, and often Visual motion. His work on Vestibulo–ocular reflex, Semicircular canal and Optokinetic reflex as part of general Vestibular system study is frequently linked to Body movement and Adaptive change, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research on Anatomy also deals with topics like
His primary areas of study are Neuroscience, Smooth pursuit, Eye movement, Vestibular system and Frontal eye fields. His work in the fields of Neuroscience, such as Premovement neuronal activity, Cerebellum, Vestibular nuclei and Neuron, intersects with other areas such as Basal ganglia. The study incorporates disciplines such as Motion perception, Working memory, Developmental psychology and Priming in addition to Smooth pursuit.
His Eye movement research includes elements of Visually guided and Visual memory. Kikuro Fukushima works mostly in the field of Vestibular system, limiting it down to topics relating to Anatomy and, in certain cases, Proprioception. His study in the field of Vestibulo–ocular reflex is also linked to topics like Everyday life.
His main research concerns Neuroscience, Smooth pursuit, Eye movement, Frontal eye fields and Basal ganglia. His study ties his expertise on Similarity together with the subject of Neuroscience. His Smooth pursuit study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Neural correlates of consciousness and Premovement neuronal activity.
Kikuro Fukushima has researched Frontal eye fields in several fields, including Working memory, Visual memory and Supplementary eye field. His Working memory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vestibular system, Temporal cortex, Neural substrate and Elementary cognitive task. The concepts of his Supplementary eye field study are interwoven with issues in Motion perception and Frontal lobe.
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Disturbances of voluntary control of saccadic eye movements in schizophrenic patients
Junko Fukushima;Kikuro Fukushima;Tatsuo Chiba;Satoshi Tanaka.
Biological Psychiatry (1988)
The Vestibular System: A Sixth Sense
Jay M. Goldberg;Victor J. Wilson;Kathleen E. Cullen;Dora E. Angelaki.
Development of voluntary control of saccadic eye movements. I. Age-related changes in normal children.
Junko Fukushima;Tatsuo Hatta;Kikuro Fukushima.
Brain & Development (2000)
Voluntary control of saccadic eye movement in patients with frontal cortical lesions and Parkinsonian patients in comparison with that in Schizophrenics
Junko Fukushima;Kikuro Fukushima;Kazuo Miyasaka;Itaru Yamashita.
Biological Psychiatry (1994)
Relating neuronal firing patterns to functional differentiation of cerebral cortex.
Shigeru Shinomoto;Hideaki Kim;Takeaki Shimokawa;Nanae Matsuno.
PLOS Computational Biology (2009)
Corticovestibular interactions: anatomy, electrophysiology, and functional considerations.
Experimental Brain Research (1997)
Voluntary control of saccadic eye movements in patients with schizophrenic and affective disorders.
Junko Fukushima;Nobuyuki Morita;Kikuro Fukushima;Tatsuo Chiba.
Journal of Psychiatric Research (1990)
Further analysis of the control of voluntary saccadic eye movements in schizophrenic patients.
Junko Fukushima;Kikuro Fukushima;Nobuyuki Morita;Itaru Yamashita.
Biological Psychiatry (1990)
Activity of smooth pursuit-related neurons in the monkey periarcuate cortex during pursuit and passive whole-body rotation.
Kikuro Fukushima;Toshikazu Sato;Junko Fukushima;Yasuhiro Shinmei.
Journal of Neurophysiology (2000)
Vestibular integrators in the oculomotor system.
Kikuro Fukushima;Chris R.S. Kaneko.
Neuroscience Research (1995)
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