Publications

  • Journal Papers
  • Conferences
  • Technical Reports

Journal Papers

2015

  1. De Havas J, Ghosh A, Gomi H, Haggard P (2015) Sensorimotor organization of a sustained involuntary movement. Front Behav Neurosci 9:185.
  2. Takamuku S, Gomi H (2015) What you feel is what you see: inverse dynamics estimation underlies the resistive sensation of a delayed cursor. Proceedings Biological sciences / The Royal Society 282.
  3. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2015) Online gain update for manual following response accompanied by gaze shift during arm reaching. Journal of neurophysiology 113:1206-1216.
  4. Kuehn E, De Havas J, Silkoset E, Gomi H, Haggard P (2015) On the bimanual integration of proprioceptive information. Experimental brain research 233:1273-1288.

2014

  1. Abekawa N, Inui T, Gomi H (2014) Eye-hand coordination in on-line visuomotor adjustments. Neuroreport 25:441-445.
  2. Gomi, H., Sakurada, T., and Fukui, T. (2014). Lack of motor prediction, rather than perceptual conflict, evokes an odd sensation upon stepping onto a stopped escalator. Front. Behavioral Neurosci.

2013

  1. Amemiya T, Gomi H (2013) Directional Torque Perception with Brief and Asymmetric Angular Momentum Change. IEEE Transactions on Haptics 6:370-375.
  2. Abekawa N, Inui T, Gomi H (2013) Eye-hand coordination in on-line visuomotor adjustments. Neuroreport.
  3. Mochida T, Kimura T, Hiroya S, Kitagawa N, Gomi H, Kondo T (2013) Speech misperception: speaking and seeing interfere differently with hearing. PloS one 8:e68619.
  4. Gomi H, Abekawa N, Shimojo S (2013) The hand sees visual periphery better than the eye: motor-dependent visual motion analyses. The Journal of Neuroscience 33:16502-16509.

2012

  1. Fuentes CT, Gomi H, Haggard P (2012) Temporal features of human tendon vibration illusions. European Journal of Neuroscience 36:3709-3717.
  2. Fukui T, Gomi H (2012) Action evaluation is modulated dominantly by internal sensorimotor information and partly by noncausal external cue. PLoS ONE 7:e34985.
  3. Saijo N, Gomi H (2012) Effect of visuomotor-map uncertainty on visuomotor adaptation. J Neurophysiol 107:1576-1585.

2010

  1. Mochida T, Gomi H, Kashino M (2010) Rapid change in articulatory lip movement induced by preceding auditory feedback during production of bilabial plosives. PLoS One 5:e13866.
  2. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2010) Spatial coincidence of intentional actions modulates an implicit visuomotor control. J Neurophysiol 103:2717-2727.
  3. Saijo, N., and Gomi, H. (2010). Multiple motor learning strategies in visuomotor rotation. PLoS ONE 5, e9399.
  4. Kadota K, Gomi H (2010) Implicit visuomotor processing for quick online reactions is robust against aging. J Neurosci 30:205-209.

2009

  1. Kimura T, Gomi H (2009) Temporal development of anticipatory reflex modulation to dynamical interactions during arm movement. J Neurophysiol 102:2220-2231.
  2. Longo MR, Kammers MPM, Gomi H, Tsakiris M, Haggard P (2009) Contraction of body representation induced by proprioceptive conflict. Current Biology 19:R727-728.
  3. Fukui T, Kimura T, Kadota K, Shimojo S, Gomi H (2009) Odd Sensation Induced by Moving-Phantom which Triggers Subconscious Motor Program. PLoS ONE 4:e5782.
  4. Amano K, Kimura T, Nishida S, Takeda T, Gomi H (2009) Close similarity between spatiotemporal frequency tunings of human cortical responses and involuntary manual following responses to visual motion. J Neurophysiol 101:888-897.

2008

  1. Gomi H (2008) Implicit online corrections of reaching movements. Current Opinion In Neurobiology 18: 558-564.

2007

  1. Ito T, Gomi H (2007) Cutaneous mechanoreceptors contribute to the generation of a cortical reflex in speech. Neuroreport 18:907-910.
  2. Kim K, Gomi H (2007) Model-based investigation of control and dynamics in human articulatory motion. Journal of System Design and Dynamics 1:558-569.

2006

  1. Gomi H, Abekawa N, Nishida S (2006) Spatiotemporal tuning of rapid interactions between visual-motion analysis and reaching movement. J Neurosci 26:5301-5308.
  2. Kimura T, Haggard P, Gomi H (2006) Transcranial magnetic stimulation over sensorimotor cortex disrupts anticipatory reflex gain modulation for skilled action. J Neurosci 26:9272-9281.
  3. Deng M, Saijo N, Gomi H, Inoue A (2006) A Robust Real Time Method for Estimating Human Multijoint Arm Viscoelasticity. International Journal of Innovative Computing, Information & Control 2:705-721.
  4. Gomi H, Nozoe J, Dang J, Honda K (2006) A physiologically based model of perioral dynamics for various lip deformations in speech articulation. In: Speech Production: Models, Phonetic Processes, and Techniques (Harrington J, Tabain M, eds), pp 119-134: Psychology Press.

2005

  1. Ito T, Kimura T, Gomi H (2005) The motor cortex is involved in reflexive compensatory adjustment of speech articulation. Neuroreport 16:1791-1794.
  2. Saijo N, Murakami I, Nishida S, Gomi H (2005) Large-field visual motion directly induces an involuntary rapid manual following response. J Neurosci 25:4941-4951.

2004

  1. Ito T, Gomi H, Honda M (2004) Dynamical simulation of speech cooperative articulation by muscle linkages. Biol Cybern 91:275-282.
  2. Ito T, Murano EZ, Gomi H (2004) Fast force-generation dynamics of human articulatory muscles. J Appl Physiol 96:2318-2324; discussion 2317.

2003

  1. Deng, M., Inoue, A., Gomi, H., & Hirashima, Y. (2003). Recursive filter design for estimating time varying multijoint human arm viscoelasticity. International Journal of Computers, Systems and Signals, 4(2).
  2. Ito, T, Gomi, H., Honda, M. (2003) Articulatory coordination by muscle-linkage during bilabial utterance, Acoust. Sci. & Tech.Accoustical letter, 24(6):391-393

2002

  1. Gomi, H., Ito, T., Murano, E. Z., & Honda, M. (2002). Compensatory articulation during bilabial fricative production by regulating muscle stiffness. Journal of Phonetics. 30(3), 261‐279

2001

  1. Takemura, A., Inoue, Y., Gomi, H., Kawato, M., & Kawano, K. (2001). Change in neuronal firing patterns in the process of motor command generation for the ocular following responses. Jounal of Neurophysiology, 86, 1750-1763.

1999

  1. Nakano, E., Imamizu, H., Osu, R., Uno, Y., Gomi, H., Yoshioka, T., & Kawato, M. (1999). Quantitative examinations of internal representations for arm trajectory planning: minimum commanded torque change model. J. Neurophysiol., 81, 2140-2155.
  2. Osu, R., & Gomi, H. (1999). Multi-joint muscle regulation mechanisms examined by measured human-arm stiffness and EMG signals. J. Neurophysiol., 81, 1458-1468.

1998

  1. Gomi, H., & Osu, R. (1998). Task-dependent viscoelasticity of human multijoint arm and its spatial characteristics for interaction with environments. The Journal of Neuroscience. 18(21), 8965-8978
  2. Kobayashi, Y., Kawano, K., Takemura, A., Inoue, Y., Kitama, T., Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1998). Temporal firing patterns of purkinje cells in the cerebellar ventral paraflocculus during ocular following responses in monkeys II. complex spikes. Journal of Neurophysiology, 80, 832-848.
  3. Gomi, H., Shidara, M., Takemura, A., Inoue, Y., Kawano, K., & Kawato, M. (1998). Temporal firing patterns of purkinje cells in the cerebellar ventral paraflocculus during ocular following responses in monkeys I. simple spikes. Journal of Neurophysiology, 80, 818-831.

1997

  1. Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1997). Human arm stiffness and equilibrium-point trajectory during multi-joint movement. Biological Cybernetics, 76, 163-171.

1996

  1. Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1996). Equilibrium-point control hypothesis examined by measured arm-stiffness during multi-joint movement. Science, 272, 117-120.
  2. Kawano K, Shidara M, Takemura A, Inoue Y, Gomi H, Kawato M (1996) Inverse-dynamics representation of eye movements by cerebellar Purkinje cell activity during short-latency ocular-following responses. Ann N Y Acad Sci 781:314-321.
  3. Miyamoto, H., Schaal, S., Gandolfo, F., Gomi, H., Koike, Y., Osu, R., Nakano, E., Wada, Y., & Kawato, M. (1996). A kendama learning robot based on bi-directional theory. Neural Networks, 9(8), 1281-1302.

1993

  1. Shidara, M., Kawano, K., Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1993). Inverse dynamics model eye movement control by Purkinje cells in the cerebellum. Nature,365(2),50-52.
  2. Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1993). Neural network control for a closed-loop system using feedback-error-learning. Neural Networks, 6(7), 933-946.
  3. Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1993). Recognition of manipulated objects by motor learning with modular architecture networks. Neural Networks, 6(4), 485-497.

1992

  1. Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1992). Adaptive feedback control models of the vestibulocerebellum and spinocerebellum. Biological Cybernetics, 68/2, 105-114.
  2. Kawato, M., & Gomi, H. (1992). A computational model of four regions of the cerebellum based on feedback-error learning. Biological Cybernetics, 68/2. 95-103
  3. Kawato, M., & Gomi, H. (1992). The cerebellum and VOR/OKR Learning Models. Trends in Neurosciences, 15(11), 445-453.

Conferences

2014

  1. Amemiya T, Gomi H (2014) Distinct pseudo-attraction force sensation by a thumb-sized vibrator that oscillates asymmetrically. In: Eurohaptics 2014. Versailles, France. [Best Demonstration Award]
  2. Amemiya T, Gomi H (2014) Buru-Navi3: Behavioral Navigations Using Illusory Pulled Sensation Created by Thumb-sized Vibrator. In: ACM SIGGRAPH 2014 Emerging Technologies. Vancouver, Canada.

2013

  1. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2013) Visual attention in rapid on-line visuomotor adjustment. In: Neuro2013, pp P1-2-107. Kyoto.
  2. Abekawa N, Inui T, Gomi H (2013) Effect of response alternatives on rapid on-line manual adjustments with different eye-hand coordination. In: Neuroscience2013, p 163.102. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  3. Amemiya T, Gomi H (2013) Camera pose estimation with a two-dimensional marker grid for haptic navigation. In: IEEE Virtual Reality Conference 2013. Florida: IEEE.
  4. Gomi H (2013) Task oriented sensory regulation for dynamic interaction with environments. In: Neuro2013, pp S2-5-1-2. Kyoto.
  5. Ito S, Kimura T, Gomi H (2013) Impact of preceding visual feedback on fatigue perception during repetitive movements. In: Neuro2013, pp P1-2-106. Kyoto.
  6. Ito S, Kimura T, Gomi H (2013) State estimation model explains perceived fatigue modulation by preceding and delayed visual feedback. In: Neuroscience2013, p 172.119. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  7. Izawa J, Yoshioka T, Osu R, Gomi H (2013) Clamping errors selectively accentuated a cost-driven update of motor memory. In: Neuroscience2013, p 78.27. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  8. Kimura T, Gomi H (2013) Efference signals contribute to positional estimation. In: Neuro2013, pp P1-2-114. Kyoto.
  9. Mochida T, Gomi H (2013) Interaction between changes in articulatory movement and auditory timing during monosyllable articulation under preceding auditory feedback. In: Neuro2013, pp P1-2-116. Kyoto.
  10. Mochida T, Gomi H (2013) Speech adaptation under delayed auditory feedback environment affects speech perception in an articulator-specific manner In: Neuroscience2013, p 751.711. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  11. Takamuku S, Gomi H (2013) Force sensation biased by delayed visual feedback is reduced by an image of a colliding object. In: Neuro2013, pp P1-2-123. Kyoto.
  12. Takamuku S, Gomi H (2013) Impacts of delayed visual feedback and visual collision on perception of resistive force applied during reaching movements In: Neuroscience2013, p 172.114. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.

2012

  1. Gomi H, Amano K, Kimura T (2012) Spatial weighting of visual motion coding in manual following response and MEG. In: European Conference on Visual Perception, p 174. Italy.
  2. Gomi H, Abekawa N (2012) Dynamic modulation of quick manual following response associated with spatial allocation of hand movement and visual motion. In: Neuroscience2012, p 176.112. New Orleans: Society for Neuroscience.
  3. Ito S, Kimura T, Gomi H (2012) Enhancement of fatigue preception and phase lag of cyclic movement induced by delayed visual feedback In: Neuroscience2012, p 581.506. New Orleans: Society for Neuroscience.
  4. Kimura T, Gomi H (2012) Voluntary movement compensates sensory uncertainty In: Neuroscience2012, p 89.14. New Orleans: Society for Neuroscience.
  5. Takamuku S, Gomi H (2012) Principle factor yielding the sluggish sensation during movements with delayed visual feedback. In: Neuroscience2012, p 581.507. New Orleans: Society for Neuroscience.
  6. Ito S, Kimura T, Gomi H (2012) Effects of delayed visual feedback on fatigue perception during continuous finger movement. In: Conference on Systems Neuroscience and Rehabilitation(SNR). Tokorozawa, Japan.
  7. Takamuku S, Gomi H (2012) Optic flow modulates pseudo-haptic sensation of delayed visual feedback. In: Conference on Systems Neuroscience and Rehabilitation(SNR). Tokorozawa, Japan.
  8. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2012) Eye-hand coupling during saccade preparation. In: Conference on Systems Neuroscience and Rehabilitation(SNR). Tokorozawa, Japan.
  9. Amemiya T, Gomi H (2012) Active Touch Sensing of Being Pulled Illusion for Pedestrian Route Navigation. In: SigGraph.

2011

  1. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2011) Eye-hand coupling for on-line visuomotor adjustments. Neuroscience2011. Washington DC. Society for Neuroscience
  2. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2011) Eye-hand coupling before saccadic eye movement. JNNS Annual Meeting Okinawa, Japan
  3. Gomi H (2011) Motor perception is violated by implicit sensorimotor processing. 12th International Multisensory Research Forum. Fukuoka, Japan
  4. Gomi H, Sakurada T (2011) Postural change induced by visual motion triggers an odd sensation frequently occurred at a stopped escalator. 34th European Conference on Visual Perception. Toolouse
  5. Gomi H, Chib VS, Aso T, Shimojo S (2011) Manual following response induced by visual motion during reaching movements is mediated by extrastriate cortex. Neuroscience2011. Washington DC. Society for Neuroscience. 852.810
  6. Gomi H, Aso T, Kadota K, Kawano K, Fukuyama H (2011) Brain lesion overlap reveals distinct neural processes of quick online controls for visual target and background. 8th IBRO World Congress. D268
  7. Fuentes CT, Gomi H, Haggard P (2011) The effects of tendon vibration on proprioceptive uncertainty. In: 8th IBRO World Congress, p C214.
  8. Mochida T, Kimura T, Hiroya S, Kitagawa T, Gomi H, Kondo K (2011) Effects of temporal asynchrony between sensory and motor events on speech perception during speech articulation. Neuroscience2011. Washington DC. Society for Neuroscience. 809.811
  9. Sakurada T, Gomi H (2011) Change in motor coordination during bilateral finger movements for different visuomotor tasks. SNR2011.
  10. Takamuku S, Gomi H (2011) Background visual motion reduces pseudo-haptic sensation caused by delayed visual feedback during letter writing. 34th European Conference on Visual Perception.
  11. Toshima I, Hiroya S, Mochida T, Gomi H (2011) Motor command invariance during speech production investigated by physiological perioral dynamics model. International Seminar on Speech Production.
  12. Takamuku S, Gomi H, (2012) Optic flow modulates pseudo-haptic sensation of delayed visual feedback, Conference on Systems Neuroscience and Rehabilitation(SNR), Tokorozawa, Japan
  13. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2012) Eye-hand coupling during saccade preparation. Conference on Systems Neuroscience and Rehabilitation(SNR). Tokorozawa, Japan
  14. Ito S, Kimura T, Gomi H (2012) Effects of delayed visual feedback on fatigue perception during continuous finger movement. Conference on Systems Neuroscience and Rehabilitation(SNR). Tokorozawa, Japan

2010

  1. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2010) Multiple levels of hand-eye coordination observed in manual and ocular adjustments. The Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting. San Diego. Society for Neuroscience. Meeting Planner. Program No. 76.8
  2. Fukui T, Gomi H (2010) How do we evaluate our own action when implicit motor control against conscious awareness emerges? The Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting. San Diego. Society for Neuroscience. Meeting Planner. Program No. 76.7
  3. Gomi H, Kadota K, Abekawa N (2010) Dynamic reaching adjustment during continuous body perturbation is markedly improved by visual motion The Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting. San Diego. Society for Neuroscience. Meeting Planner. Program No. 835.8
  4. Mochida T, Kimura T, Hiroya S, Kitagawa N, Gomi H, Kashino M (2010) Effector-specific effect of self-articulatory movement on speech perception. The Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting. San Diego. Society for Neuroscience. Meeting Planner. Program No. 170.9
  5. Saijo N, Gomi H (2010) Sensory weighting between vision and proprioception in visuomotor rotation learning The Society for Neuroscience 40th Annual Meeting. San Diego. Society for Neuroscience. Meeting Planner. Program No. 292.11
  6. Gomi H, Abekawa N (2010) Local and remote interactions in visual motion processing for quick manual response. Perception 39:138.(33rd European Conference on Visual Perception)
  7. Gomi H, Abekawa N (2010) Impact of hand position during reaching on the manual following response induced by visual motion. Journal of Vision 10:1090. (Vision Sciences Society)
  8. Gomi H (2010) Distinct visual motion analyses for different motor controls. The 33th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Kobe
  9. Kadota K, Gomi H (2010) Effect of background visual motion elicited by postural perturbation on reaching variation. The 33th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Kobe
  10. Kimura T, Gomi H (2010) Online tuning of somatosensory reflex during ongoing movement. The 33th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Kobe
  11. Mochida T, Kimura T, Hiroya S, Kitagawa N, Gomi H, Kondo T (2010) Impact of articulatory movement on speech perception. The 33th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Kobe
  12. Saijo N, Gomi H (2010) Variation of sensorimotor learning caused by different sensory conditions. The 33th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Kobe
  13. Fukui T, Gomi H (2010) Conscious monitoring of the movement correction induced by implicit perception. The 33th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Kobe

2009

  1. Gomi H, Whitney D, Blangero A (2009) Implicit controls in visually guided reaching - Multiple distinct mechanisms or one unified mechanism? -. 19th Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement. Hawaii. Society for Neural Control of Movement. 29.
  2. Fukui T, Gomi H (2009) Effect of backward masking for visual perception on the online reaching correction. The 32th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Nagoya. P1-g08
  3. Gomi H, Kadota K, Aso T, Kawano K, Fukuyama H (2009) Online manual responses of parietal patients to target jump and surrounding visual motion. The 32th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Nagoya. P1-g05
  4. Kimura T, Gomi H (2009) Active movement changes body motion perception. The 32th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Nagoya. P1-g07
  5. Saijo N, Gomi H (2009) Contribution of online visual feedback control for visuomotor adaptation. The 32th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Nagoya. P1-g06
  6. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2009) Online gain modulation for involuntary visuomotor response using saccade-related information The Society for Neuroscience 39th Annual Meeting. Chicago. Society for Neuroscience. Meeting Planner. 355.16
  7. Fukui T, Gomi H (2009) Conscious awareness does not boost initial reaction induced by directional prime during reaching The Society for Neuroscience 39th Annual Meeting. Chicago. Society for Neuroscience. Meeting Planner. 355.17
  8. Gomi H, Kadota K, Aso T, Kawano K, Fukuyama H (2009) Parietal disorders distinguish between neural mechanisms underlying quick online manual adjustments The Society for Neuroscience 39th Annual Meeting. Chicago. Society for Neuroscience. Meeting Planner. 501.12
  9. Kimura T, Gomi H (2009) TMS reveals distinct cortical processes for visually evoked online manual responses The Society for Neuroscience 39th Annual Meeting. Chicago. Society for Neuroscience. Meeting Planner. 355.18
  10. Saijo N, Gomi H (2009) Adaptation of online-control process to gradual visuomotor rotation The Society for Neuroscience 39th Annual Meeting. Chicago. Society for Neuroscience. Meeting Planner. 355.4
  11. Sakurada T, Gomi H, Ito K (2009) Multiple interactions between hemispheres of the brain modulating coupling of bilateral movements. 31st Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Minneapolis, USA
  12. Sakurada T, Gomi H, Ito K (2009) Bilateral interaction modulated by movement symmetry and relative directions. Musculoskeletal system and computational neuro science for rehabilitation. Milano and Genova, Italy

2008

  1. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2008) Spatial updating for involuntary manual response during goal directed movement. The Society for Neuroscience 38th Annual Meeting. Washington. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 262.215
  2. Fukui T, Kimura T, Kadota K, Gomi H (2008) Odd sensation as the consequence of subconscious motor control - Which motor behavior during stepping on a stopped escalator is essential for inducing this sensation?-. The Society for Neuroscience 38th Annual Meeting. Washington. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 367.20
  3. Gomi H, Amano K, Kimura T (2008) Impact of spatial integration of visual motion on the quick manual response and related brain activity observed by MEG. The Society for Neuroscience 38th Annual Meeting. Washington. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 17.12
  4. Kadota K, Gomi H (2008) Postural instability modulates the gain of involuntary manual response elicited by visual motion during reaching movement. The Society for Neuroscience 38th Annual Meeting. Washington. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 262.213
  5. Kimura T, Gomi H (2008) Sensory mismatch varies motor strategy. The Society for Neuroscience 38th Annual Meeting. Washington. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 672.611
  6. Saijo N, Gomi H (2008) Strategy changes in visuomotor-adaptation according to error incremental speed and online visual feedback. The Society for Neuroscience 38th Annual Meeting. Washington. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 166.167
  7. Sakurada T, Gomi H, Ito K (2008) Extrinsic reference frame during bilateral finger coordination. The Society for Neuroscience 38th Annual Meeting. Washington. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 183.114
  8. Takemura A, Ofuji T, Abekawa N, Kawano K, Gomi H (2008) Short-latency manual responses of monkey are impaired by lesions in the MST. The Society for Neuroscience 38th Annual Meeting. Washington. Society for Neuroscience. Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. 262.14
  9. Fukui T, Kimura T, Kadota K, Gomi H (2008) Influence of clumsy leg-control on postural over sway when stepping on a stopped escalator. The 31th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Tokyo. P3-i16
  10. Gomi H, Abekawa N (2008) How does the brain analyze the visual motion? -Distinct spatial integration for controlling the arm and eye-. The 31th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Tokyo. P3-j13
  11. Kadota K, Gomi H (2008) Posture-dependent gain modulation of the manual following response. The 31th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Tokyo. P3-j02
  12. Sakurada T, Gomi H, Ito K (2008) Visual and somatosensory feedbacks during bilateral finger movements differently affect contralateral control. The 31th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Tokyo. P3-i12
  13. Takemura A, Abekawa N, Kawano K, Gomi H (2008) MST lesions impaired short-latency manual following responses. The 31th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Tokyo. P3-j08
  14. Gomi H, Nishida S (2008) Visual motion interaction between central and peripheral visual fields for the manual following response. Vision Science Society. Sarasota, Florida. 8. 6. 25a

2007

  1. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2007) The gains of quick visuomotor controls in manual and ocular responses: Are they commonly modulated by the reaching task? In: The Society for Neuroscience 37th Annual Meeting. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  2. Amano K, Kimura T, Nishida Sy, Gomi H (2007) Population activity induced by visual motion highly correlated with involuntarily induced quick manual response. In: The Society for Neuroscience 37th Annual Meeting. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  3. Fukui T, Kimura T, Kadota K, Gomi H (2007) Escalator-specific motor program unconsciously emerged not before but after stepping in stopped escalator. In: The Society for Neuroscience 37th Annual Meeting. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  4. Gomi H, Abekawa N (2007) Distinct visual motion analyses for online quick arm and eye controls. In: The Society for Neuroscience 37th Annual Meeting. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  5. Kadota K, Gomi H (2007) Effect of galvanic vestibular stimulation on gain modulation of quick manual response to a visual background motion during reaching. In: The Society for Neuroscience 37th Annual Meeting. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  6. Sakurada T, Gomi H, Ito K (2007) Implicit interaction between bimanual cyclic finger movements examined by kinematic and force field adaptation tasks. In: The Society for Neuroscience 37th Annual Meeting. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  7. Takemura A, Abekawa N, Kawano K, Gomi H (2007) Different gain modulation mechanisms for short-latency manual responses to target location change and visual motion. In: The Society for Neuroscience 37th Annual Meeting. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  8. Saijo N, Gomi H (2007) Adaptations of motor planning and execution processes in visuomotor rotation task. In: The Society for Neuroscience 37th Annual Meeting. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  9. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2007) Do the similar quick visuomotor controls of arm and eye share a gain modulation caused by the spatial dissociation of gaze and pointing? In: The 30th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Yokohama.
  10. Gomi H (2007) What happens when motor prediction is betrayed? - Tugged hand illusion and stopped escalator effect -. In: The 30th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Yokohama.
  11. Kadota K, Gomi H (2007) Gain modulation of manual following response associated with galvanic vestibular stimulation. In: The 30th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Yokohama.
  12. Kimura T, Gomi H (2007) Temporal development of reflex gain modulation during movements. In: The 30th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Yokohama.
  13. Saijo N, Gomi H (2007) Effect of visuomotor adaptation for arm reaching on the manual following response induced by visual motion. In: The 30th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Yokohama.
  14. Sakurada T, Gomi H, Izawa J, Ito K (2007) Influence of finger somatosensory information on the coordination of bimanual finger movements. In: The 30th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Yokohama.
  15. Takemura A, Abekawa N, Yamane S, Kawano K, Gomi H (2007) Spatiotemporal tuning of short-latency manual and ocular following responses associated with sudden visual motion in monkey. In: The 30th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society. Yokohama.
  16. Gomi H, Amano K, Kimura T (2007) Information processing of online visuomotor control for interaction with dynamic environments. In: The 3rd International Symposium on Measurement, Analysis and Modeling of Human Functions (Fragoso I, Carnide F, Vieira F, eds), pp 299-305.
  17. Fukui T, Kimura T, Kadota K, Gomi H (2007) Does perception of escalator initiate a habitual motor program even before stepping on a stopped escalator? In: 30th European Conference on Visual Perception, p177. Arezzo, Itary.
  18. Gomi H, Abekawa N, Kimura T (2007) Spatial integration of contrast-grating drift for the quick manual and ocular responses. In: 30th European Conference on Visual Perception, p 221. Arezzo, Itary.
  19. Gomi H, Amano K, Kimura T (2007) Effect of spatial integration of visual motion on the quick manual response and related brain activity. In: Vision Science Society, p 427. Sarasota, Florida.

2006

  1. Gomi H, Kadota K (2006) Different gain adaptation mechanisms of rapid manual responses to target jump and to background visual motion. In: The Society for Neuroscience 36th Annual Meeting. Atlanta: Society for Neuroscience.
  2. Kadota K, Gomi H (2006) Aging effects on rapid manual responses to a target shift and a background motion during a hand reaching. In: The Society for Neuroscience 36th Annual Meeting. Atlanta: Society for Neuroscience.
  3. Kimura T, Gomi H (2006) Temporal development of reflex gain modulation for dynamical environments. In: The Society for Neuroscience 36th Annual Meeting. Atlanta: Society for Neuroscience.
  4. Takemura A, Abekawa N, Yamaneb S, Kawano K, Gomi H (2006) Short-latency manual following responses of monkey associated with sudden visual motion. In: The Society for Neuroscience 36th Annual Meeting. Atlanta: Society for Neuroscience.
  5. Gomi H, Kadota K (2006) Modulation difference of on-line quick manual responses to target-jump and background visual motion. In: 16th Annual Neural Control of Movement Meeting, pp C-11. Florida: Society for Neural Control of Movement.
  6. Abekawa N, Gomi H (2006) Effects of gaze, target, and background stimulus locations on the manual-following-response. In: 16th Annual Neural Control of Movement Meeting, pp C-05. Florida: Society for Neural Control of Movement.
  7. Ito T, Gomi H (2006) Reflex muscle response for articulatory adjustment associated with cutaneous mechanorecepters. In: 16th Annual Neural Control of Movement Meeting, pp C-09. Florida: Society for Neural Control of Movement.
  8. Kim K, Gomi H (2006) Investigation of control and dynamics in human articulatory motion. In: Proceedings of ACMD06, p A00802. Tokyo: JSME.
  9. Ito T, Gomi H (2006) Facial skin stretch induces reflexes for articulatory adjustment. In: Proc. 7th Int. Seminar on Speech Production, pp 225-232. Ubatuba, Brazil: Centro de Estudos da Fala, Acustica, Linguagem e musicA.
  10. Kim K, Gomi H (2006) Human Perioral Dynamics Model for Labial Interaction in Speech Articulation and its Motor Control. In: Proc. 7th Int. Seminar on Speech Production, pp 167-174. Ubatuba, Brazil: Centro de Estudos da Fala, Acustica, Linguagem e musicA.

2005

  1. Gomi H, Saijo N, Abekawa N, Murakami I, Nishida S (2004) Quick manual following response induced by large-field visual motion: what drives the response and how is it driven?, Advances in Computational Motor Control III, Satellite Symposium at 34rd Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  2. Gomi H (2005) Implicit sensorimotor control for speech and arm movements. In: 15th Annual Neural Control of Movement Meeting. Florida: Society for Neural Control of Movement.
  3. Ito T, Gomi H (2005) Cutaneous afferent contribution in generating a reflexive compensatory articulation. In: 15th Annual Neural Control of Movement Meeting. Florida: Society for Neural Control of Movement.
  4. Gomi H, Abekawa N, Nishida S (2005) Implicit sensorimotor control: Rapid motor responses of arm and eye share the visual motion encoding. In: Vision Science Society. Sarasota, Florida.
  5. Gomi H, Saijo N (2005) Tugging hand illusion induced by a large field visual motion. In: The Society for Neuroscience 35th Annual Meeting, p Program No. 363.365. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
  6. Ito T, Gomi H (2005) Cutaneous afferent contribution to reflexive sensorimotor control in speech articulation. In: The Society for Neuroscience 35th Annual Meeting, p Program No. 869.864. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
  7. Izawa J, Gomi H (2005) Decision making modulates the response gain of quick visuomotor corrections. In: The Society for Neuroscience 35th Annual Meeting, p Program No. 181.188. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
  8. Kimura T, Saijo N, Gomi H (2005) Intracortical inhibitory modulation during manual response induced by a large - field visual motion. In: The Society for Neuroscience 35th Annual Meeting, p Program No. 363.366. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
  9. Mochida T, Gomi H, Kashino M (2005) Involuntary and short - latency articulatory compensation induced by altered auditory feedback. In: The Society for Neuroscience 35th Annual Meeting, p Program No. 869.865. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
  10. Saijo N, Gomi H (2005) Dynamical change of the visuomotor coordinate transformation during the reaching adjustment evoked by a target shift. In: The Society for Neuroscience 35th Annual Meeting, p Program No. 181.189. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.

2004

  1. Gomi, H., Abekawa, N., & Nishida, S. (2004). Effects of image contrast and spatiotemporal-frequency on the quick arm response induced by visual motion. The 14th Annual Neural Control of Movement Meeting.
  2. Kimura, T., Gomi, H., Saijo, N., & Haggard, P. (2004). Transcranial magnetic stimulation of the motor cortex disrupts anticipatory setting of arm reflex gain according to dynamical interaction. The 14th Annual Neural Control of Movement Meeting.
  3. Abekawa N, Nishida Sy, Gomi H (2004) Visual stimulus specificity of the quick manual following response. In: 34rd Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  4. Gomi H, Kimura T, Morita J, Saijo N (2004) Predictive sensorimotor control in antagonist muscle revealed by hitting a fake pack. In: 34rd Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  5. Ito T, Kimura T, Gomi H (2004) Motor cortex is involved in generating compensatory reflex response in speech articulation. In: 34rd Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  6. Kimura T, Saijo N, Haggard P, Gomi H (2004) TMS of the motor cortex disturbs anticipatory reflex gain settings for dynamical interaction during arm movements. In: 34rd Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.
  7. Saijo N, Gomi H (2004) Visuomotor coordinate transformation of manual response induced by large-field visual motion. In: 34rd Annual Meeting of Society for Neuroscience. San Diego: Society for Neuroscience.

2003

  1. Gomi H (2003) Cooperative articulation by stiffness regulation, . In: 13th Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement, 03.7, Santa Barbara, CA
  2. Gomi H., Saijyo, N. Haggard P. (2003) Flexible sensorimotor transformation during arm movements for interacting with environments. NTT-UCL Joint Workshop on Human Information Processing 2003, Kyoto
  3. Saijo, N., Gomi, H., Murakami, I., Nishida, S., (2003) A visual motion effect on the arm movement -Arm following response induced by a large field visual motion -. NTT-UCL Joint Workshop on Human Information Processing 2003, Kyoto
  4. Gomi H., Saijyo, N. Haggard P. (2003) Flexible sensorimotor transformation during arm movements for interacting with environments. Program No. 492.11. 2003 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience
  5. Saijo, N., Murakami, I., Nishida, S., Gomi, H. (2003) Reflexive arm movement induced by large field visual-motion. Program No. 597.9. 2003 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience
  6. Ito, T., Murano, E. Z., Gomi, H., and Honda, M. (2003). Identification of articulator muscle dynamics producing quick speech movement., Proc. 6th Int. Seminar on Speech Production CD-ROM.
  7. Murano EZ, Ito T, Gomi H, (2003) Sensorimotor regulation in ongoing speech tasks., Proc. 6th Int. Seminar on Speech Production CD-ROM.
  8. Gomi H., Nozoe J., Dang J., Honda K. (2003) Physiologically based lip model for generating speech articulation. Proc. 6th Int. Seminar on Speech Production CD-ROM.

2002

  1. Gomi, H., Saijyo, N. Haggard P. (2002) Coordination of multi-joint arm reflexes is modulated during interaction with environments. In: 12th Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement, E-09, Naples, Florida
  2. Deng, M. Gomi, H. (2002) On-line estimation of multijoint human arm impedance during movement. Proc. Advanced Control of Industrial Processes, 233-238, Kumamoto, Japan
  3. Ito T, Gomi H, Honda M (2002) Modeling of muscle contraction dynamics of speech articulator. In: 32nd Society for Neuroscience Meeting Abstract. No. 857.1

2001

  1. Gomi H, Haggard P (2001) Anticipatory stiffness regulation during arm movements. In: 11th Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement, pp A-01. Seville, Spain.
  2. Gomi H, Haggard P (2001) Predictive arm stiffness modulation for different environmental conditions during multi-joint arm movements. In: 31st Society for Neuroscience Meeting.
  3. Ito T, Gomi H, Honda M (2001) A dynamical simulation by using low pass filtered EMG for compensatory articulation. In: 31st Society for Neuroscience Meeting.
  4. Murano EZ, Gomi H, Ito T (2001) Speech functional motor mapping of the perioral region. In: 31st Society for Neuroscience Meeting.
  5. Takemura A, Inoue Y, Gomi H, Kawato M and Kawano K. (2001) Transformation of visual information into motor commands for ocular following. In: 31st Society for Neuroscience Meeting.
  6. Gomi, H., Ito, T., Kashino, M., Honda, M. (2001) Compensatory articulation driven by muscle-linkage and change in acoustic distortion caused by different jaw-perturbations, Int. Symp. Measurement, Analysis and Modeling of Human Functions, 366-371, Sept. Sapporo
  7. Murano, E.Z., Gomi, H., Ito, T. (2001) Change in reflex modulation during speech motor control assessed by electrical stimulation in lips, Int. Symp. Measurement, Analysis and Modeling of Human Functions, 372-377, Sept. Sapporo
  8. Ito, T., Gomi, H., Honda, M. (2001) Dynamical simulation of the upper lip compensatory articulation using low pass filtered EMG signal, Int. Symp. Measurement, Analysis and Modeling of Human Functions, 378-383, Sept. Sapporo

2000

  1. Ito, T., Gomi, H., Honda, M. (2000)Task dependent jaw-lip coordination examined by jaw perturbation duringbilabial-consonant utterances. In Proceeding of the5th Seminer on Speech Production, (pp. 41-44). Bavaria.
  2. Gomi, H.(2000)Minimum principles for muscle-coordination evaluatedby the directional preference of muscle activation during multijoint-arm force regulation task. IEICE Neurocomputing (NC) Technical Meeting Proceeding, NC2000-10, pp.9-16
  3. Ito, T., Gomi, H., & Honda, M. (2000). Model of the mechanical linkage of the upper lip-jaw for the articulatory coordination. Paper presented at the Int. Conf. on Spoken Language Processing (ICSLP), Beijing Chaina.

1999

  1. Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1990). Learning control for a closed loop system using feedback-error-learning. In Proceeding of the 29th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, (pp. 3289-3294).
  2. Gomi, H. (1999). Directional preference of human arm muscle activation during multijoint force regulation tasks from the view point of minimization principles. 9th Annual Meeting of Neural Control of Movement

1998

  1. Gomi, H., & Gottlieb, G. (1998). Adaptation in large reaching-movementsin coupled viscosity fields. In 8th Annual Meeting of Neural Control ofMovement, . Key West, Florida.
  2. Gomi, H. (1998). Anisotropic stiffness reduction during constrainedmultijoint arm movement. In Proceeding of the 20th Annual InternationalConference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society,(pp. 2336-2337). Hong Kong.
  3. Gomi, H., & Konno, T. (1998). Real time estimation of time-varying humanmultijoint arm viscoelasticity during movements. In Proceeding of the20th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicineand Biology Society, (pp. 2431-2432). Hong Kong.

1997

  1. Gomi, H., & Gottlieb, G. (1997). Joint torque and EMG pattern duringmultijoint arm movements in different inertial-viscosity force fields.Paper presented at the Scociety for Neuroscience Abstract, New Orleans.

1996

  1. Gomi, H., & Osu, R. (1996). Human arm stiffness and equilibrium position during static force control. (in Japanease). Technical report of IEICE, NC96-192, 283-290.
  2. Gomi, H., & Osu, R. (1996). Sensitivity of change in directional characteristics of human arm stiffness under different postural conditions. (in Japanease). Technical report of IEICE, NC96-19, 69-76.
  3. Gomi, H., & Osu, R. (1996). Contributions of single and double joint stiffness of human arm during force control. In Proceeding of the 18th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, (pp. 136-137). Paris.

1995

  1. Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1995). The change of human arm mechanical impedance during movements under different environmental conditions. In Scociety for Neuroscience Abstract, 21 (p. 686). SanDiego.

1993

  1. Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1993). Modular neural network for recognition of manipulated objects. In Proceedings of the 1993 IEEE/Nagoya University WWW On Learning and Adaptive System, (pp. 77-84). Nagoya, Japan.
  2. Gomi, H., Shidara, M., Kawano, K., & Kawato, M. (1993). Reconstruction of temporal firing patterns of purkinje-cells in monkey ventral paraflocculus based on inverse dynamics representation. In Neural Networks for Computing, . Snowbird, Utah.

1992

  1. Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1992). Recognition of manipulated objects by motor learning. In J. E. Moody, S. J. Hanson, & R. P. Lippmann (Eds.), Advances in Neural Information Processign Systems 4. (pp. 547-554). San Mateo, CA: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers.

Technical Reports

1996

  1. Gomi, H. (1996). Is stiffness a byproduct or a target? Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 19(3) 450-451

1995

  1. Gomi, H., & Kawato, M. (1995). Task dependent stiffness of human multi-joint arm during point-to-point movement (Technical Report No. ISRL-95-4). NTT Basic Res. Labs. Information Science Res. Lab.

1994

  1. Gomi, H., Shidara, M., Takemura, A., Inoue, Y., Kawano, K., & Kawato, M. (1994). Using an inverse dynamics representation to reconstruct temporal firing patterns of Purkinje-cells in monkey ventral praflocculus (Technical Report No. TR-H-086). ATR Human Information Processing Res. Labs.