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  KATSUMATA Hiromu   Faculty of Sports and Health Science Department of Sports Science(Graduate School of Sports and Health Science Sports and Health Science)   Professor
■ Academic background
1. 1997/08~2002/08 The Pennsylvania State University Department of Kinesiology〔Doctoral course〕 Completed Ph. D. in kinesiology
■ Belonging society
1. 1998/08~ The International Society of Motor Control
■ Winning science prize
1. 1999/03 Kinesiology Graduate Student Research Award
2. 2000/12 Kligman Graduate Fellowship Endowment
■ Books and Papers
1. Paper Attenuation of Size Illusion Effect in Dual-Task Condition  (Single)  2019/07
2. Paper Coordination of hitting movement revealed in baseball tee-batting  (Collaboration)  2017/01
3. Paper A preliminary study to capture the characteristics of backswing movement
in baseball throwing  (Collaboration)  2017/05
4. Paper Does the size-illusion effect on prehensile movements depend on preview duration for visuomotor process?  (Single)  2014/01
5. Paper Prospective versus predictive control in timing of hitting a falling ball  (Collaboration)  2011/12
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2017/06/07 Examination of interpersonal distance in karate combat (NASPSPA (North-American Society of Psychology for Sports and Physical Activities))
2. 2014/11/19 Eliciting a perceptual-motor execution without cognitive processing by modulating attentional focus (Society for Neuroscience 2014)
3. 2013/07/01 Timing of executing a whole-body interceptive movement, consisting of multiple movement components (Progress in Motor Control IX)
4. 2012/10/15 Time window for cognitive process, examined by the Ebbinghaus size-illusion effect (Society for Neuroscience 2012)
5. 2011/11/14 Different perceptual-motor processes to achieve the same task goal?: Examination of visuomotor performances to a target object inducing a size-illusion effect (Society for Neuroscience 201)
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