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Ohtaka Chiaki

FacultyFaculty Division of Engineering Research Group of Engineering
PositionLecturer
Last Updated :2022/11/17

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Profile and Settings

  • Name (Japanese)

    Ohtaka
  • Name (Kana)

    Chiaki

Degree

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Nara Women's University

Research Interests

  • Human Growth and Development
  • Sports Biomechanics
  • Motor Control
  • 生体医工学
  • 人間工学

Research Areas

  • Life sciences, Sports science
  • Life sciences, Biomedical engineering

Research Experience

  • Apr. 2017, Mar. 2021, 奈良女子大学 研究院生活環境科学系 助教
  • Apr. 2016, Mar. 2017, 奈良佐保短期大学 地域こども学科 講師
  • Apr. 2021, Mar. 2022, 奈良女子大学 研究院工学系 助教
  • Apr. 2022, 9999, 奈良女子大学 研究院工学系 専任講師, Japan

Association Memberships

  • Japan Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2020, 9999
  • Japanese Society of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine, 2018, 9999
  • Japan Society of Human Growth and Development, 2014, 9999
  • Japan Society of Physical Education, Health and Sports Sciences, 2012, 9999
  • Japanese Society of Biomechanics, 2012, 9999
  • 日本介護予防・健康づくり学会, 2021, 9999

Ⅱ.研究活動実績

Published Papers

  • Refereed, The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics, Japan Ergonomics Society, The Effect of Force Level Condition before Controlling on the Characteristics of Grading, Chiaki OHTAKA; Motoko FUJIWARA, 2021, 57, 1, 34, 41, Scientific journal
  • Refereed, Journal of Human Sport and Exercise, Force control characteristics for generation and relaxation compared between the upper and lower limbs., Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2022, 17, 1, 181, 196, Scientific journal
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, Relationship between the subjective and objective parameters for accurate force generation and relaxation., Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2020, 22, 1, 1, 11, False
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, 奈良女子大学スポーツ健康科学コース, The relationship between continuous bilateral hop and basic exercise ability among young children, 室采音; 高徳希; 大高千明; 藤原素子; 中田大貴, Continuous bilateral hop has been used to evaluate a person's agility by focusing on the movement time. In the present study, we examined the movement time as well as hopping pattern score on continuous bilateral hop, and investigated the relationship between continuous bilateral hop and basic motor ability (25-m sprint, tennis ball throwing and standing long jumping) among 131 young children aged 4 to 5 years. The movement time was significantly shorter in 5- than in 4-year-old children, but the hopping pattern score did not change with increasing age. The score was significantly higher in girls than in boys, while the movement time was significantly shorter in boys than in girls. Moreover, a significant correlation was observed between the movement time and basic motor ability (25-m sprint and standing long jumping), the score and basic motor ability (25-m sprint, tennis ball throwing and standing long jumping). These data suggest that continuous bilateral hop can be used as indexes for agility as well motor coordination in young children., 2020, 22, 1, 12, 21, Research institution, False
  • Refereed, Descente Sports Science, Ability of adjusting the grip strength in childhood, Ohtaka C; Nakata H; Fujiwara M, 2020, 41, 244, 251, False
  • Refereed, Journal of Motor Behavior, Force control characteristics for generation and relaxation in the lower limb., Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2019, 51, 331, 341, Scientific journal, False
  • Refereed, 奈良女子大学スポーツ科学研究, Postural control with external perturbation on an unstable support surface: Effect of disturbance magnitude and predictability, Miura M; Ono K; Hasebe F; Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2020, 22, 2, 1, 11, Research institution, False
  • Refereed, Journal of Motor Learning and Development, Kinematic characteristics of standing long jump in young children aged 4 to 5 years old., Ogawa M; Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M; Nakata H, 2021, 9, 80, 94, Scientific journal, False
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, The relationship between physical fitness and intelligence tests among young children: focusing on changes over 15 years, 中田大貴; 室采音; 土生川覚弥; 大高千明; 丹羽劭昭, 2019, 21, 2, 1, 9, Research institution, False
  • Refereed, ProS One, The difference in hemodynamic responses between dominant and non-dominant hands during muscle contraction and relaxation: An fNIRS study., Yokoyama N; Ohtaka C; Kato K; Kubo H; Nakata H, 2019, 14, e0215736, Scientific journal
  • Refereed, Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine, Effect of switching force control direction on consecutive compared to discrete adjustment., Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2019, 8, 173, 180, Scientific journal
  • Refereed, デサントスポーツ科学, 暑熱環境下の運動による脱水がヒト脳認知機能に及ぼす影響, 中田大貴; 上條義一郎; 伊藤倫之; 大高千明; 芝﨑学, 2019, 40, 47, 57
  • Refereed, Neuroscience Letters, Remote effects on corticospinal excitability during motor execution and motor imagery., Shironouchi F; Ohtaka C; Mizuguchi N; Kato K; Kakigi R; Nakata H, 2019, 707, 134284, Scientific journal, False
  • Refereed, 奈良女子大学スポーツ科学研究, 幼児期の運動遊びプログラムにおける「調整力」: サーキット遊びおよびリレー遊びの実践から, 大高千明; 杉島尚徳, 2019, 21, 1, 21, 29, Research institution, False
  • Refereed, Japan Journal of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences, Ability of young children to control their grip strength, Ohtaka C; Umemoto M; Fujiwara M, 2019, 64, 229, 236, Scientific journal
  • Refereed, Japan Journal of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences, A strategy for adjusting the distance of the standing long jump in young children, Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2018, 63, 281, 290, Scientific journal
  • Refereed, 奈良体育学会研究年報, 反応様式の違いによる随意的な出力調節のパフォーマンス特性, 大高千明; 藤原素子, 2018, 22, 25, 30
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, The relationship between cognitive styles and darts performance, Imanaka M; Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M; Nakata H, 2018, 20, 1, 13, Research institution, False
  • Not Refereed, バイオメカニクス研究, 随意的な出力調節からみた「力を抜く」ことの難しさ, 大高 千明, 2018, 22, 26, 32
  • Refereed, Japan Journal of Human Growth and Development Research, 日本発育発達学会, The developmental process of the "foresee-movement" among young children in catching a bouncing ball: data from a two-year longitudinal survey, Umemoto M; Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2017, 74, 44, 55, Scientific journal
  • Refereed, Annual Reports of Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, 奈良女子大学大学院人間文化研究科, The relationship between force control strategy and performance for force generation and relaxation, Ohtaka C, In this study, we elucidated the relationship between force control strategy andperformance for force generation and relaxation in isometric arm and leg contraction tasks.Ten participants were instructed to performed the following two tasks: (1) a generation task,wherein they increased their force from 0% maximum voluntary force (MVF) to 20% MVF(0%-20%), 40% MVF (0%-40%), or 60% MVF (0%-60%), (2) and a relaxation task, in which theydecreased their force from 60% MVF to 40% MVF (60%-40%), 20% MVF (60%-20%), or to 0%MVF (60%-0%). They were instructed to control their force as quickly as and as accurately aspossible on visual stimulus. For each task, the produced force was recorded. We used theparameters of point of accuracy (force level, error), quickness (reaction time, adjustment time,rate of force development), and strategy (force wave, rate of force development) for dataanalyses. The results were divided into two patterns by the form of each force wave.Parameters were analyzed between the patterns using a Mann-Whitney U test.The result of this study showed that the errors of the pulse width control strategywere greater than that of the pulse height and width control strategy for both generation andrelaxation task. As for adjustment time, pulse width control strategy was longer than pulseheight and pulse width control strategy for force generation, and vice versa for force relaxation.Therefore, our findings suggest that the pulse height and width control strategy wasthe superior in accuracy and quickness for force generation, while the pulse height and widthcontrol strategy was the superior in accuracy and the pulse width control strategy was thesuperior in quickness for force relaxation., 2017, 32, 63, 79, Research institution
  • Not Refereed, 家政学研究, 奈良女子大学家政学会, A study of voluntary force control : Difficulty of force relaxation, 大高千明, 2017, 64, 1, 48, 53
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, 奈良女子大学生活環境学部スポーツ健康科学コース, Variation of children’s body image in the physical education: Practice of mat exercise focused on the diversity of movements, Ohtaka C; Takezawa M, In the physical education, it is important to experience the pleasure and joyfulness of movement one's own body through the variety of sports. However, especially in mat exercise, children are apt to have a poor feeling, because it is clear that the skills are success or failure. On the other hand, children are easy to feel the sense of their own body through the mat exercise. This sport is quite necessary to notice their sense of body and acquire the skill of adjustment their body. In the case that children have a poor feeling against one sport from early childhood, they are fear that they continue to be weak on that sport after that. Therefore, we need to develop the practice of mat exercise that children have experience to notice a sense of body in the physical education of elementary school. In this study, we investigated the variation of children's body image in the physical education by practicing the mat exercise focused on the diversity of movements., 2017, 19, 29, 37, Research institution, False
  • Refereed, PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS, SAGE PUBLICATIONS INC, Control Strategies for Accurate Force Generation and Relaxation, Chiaki Ohtaka; Motoko Fujiwara, Characteristics and motor strategies for force generation and force relaxation were examined using graded tasks during isometric force control. Ten female college students (M age=20.2 yr., SD=1.1) were instructed to accurately control the force of isometric elbow flexion using their right arm to match a target force level as quickly as possible. They performed: (1) a generation task, wherein they increased their force from 0% maximum voluntary force to 20% maximum voluntary force (0%-20%), 40% maximum voluntary force (0%-40%), or 60% maximum voluntary force (0%-60%) and (2) and a relaxation task, in which they decreased their force from 60% maximum voluntary force to 40% maximum voluntary force (60%-40%), 20% maximum voluntary force (60%-20%), or to 0% maximum voluntary force (60%-0%). Produced force parameters of point of accuracy (force level, error), quickness (reaction time, adjustment time, rate of force development), and strategy (force wave, rate of force development) were analyzed. Errors of force relaxation were all greater, and reaction times shorter, than those of force generation. Adjustment time depended on the magnitude of force and peak rates of force development and force relaxation differed. Controlled relaxation of force is more difficult with low magnitude of force control., Oct. 2016, 123, 2, 489, 507, Scientific journal, False
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, 奈良女子大学生活環境学部スポーツ健康科学コース, Analysis of the upper limb in basketball dribbling: A focus on differences in proficiency and tempo, 梅本実穂; 大高千明; 藤原素子, The present study investigated the differences in upper-limb movement characteristics between basketball players and novices in a basketball dribbling task. Participants dribbled a ball while seated and were instructed to synchronize their dribble with an auditory signal. We conducted three tasks with different types of signal (80 bpm, 140 bpm and 200 bpm). During the tasks, three joint angles (elbow, forearm, and wrist) of the right upper limb were recorded by goniometers. The angular displacements in 'elbow and wrist' from the ball catching point to the highest point of rebounding ball were significantly larger in the 80-bpm task than in the 140- and 200-bpm tasks among basketball players. On the other hand, the angular displacements in 'forearm and wrist' were significantly larger in the 80-bpm task than in the 140- and 200-bpm tasks among novices. In addition, basketball players showed greater repeatability than did novices. These findings indicated a different dribbling technique of the upper limb between each group to adapt to each task. Our results suggested that basketball players adapted to the three different dribbling tempos, but novices did not adapt much to the types of tempo., 2016, 18, 35, 46, Research institution, False
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, 奈良女子大学生活環境学部スポーツ健康科学コース, The motion characteristics of the forehand stroke on ball speed in tennis, Tanaka C; Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, The present study investigated the motion characteristics of the forehand stroke on ball speed in tennis. Participants were asked to hit a stopped ball straight ahead. We set three conditions: preferred, slow, and fast. In the preferred condition, the participants were instructed to hit the ball at a speed that was easy for the participant. In the slow and fast conditions, participants were instructed to hit the ball at their slowest possible speed and their fastest possible speed, respectively. The motion of each forehand stroke was recorded using three high-speed cameras, and ground reaction forces on the feet were measured separately using two force plates. Regardless of individual proficiency, all participants hit the ball while performing translational motion to the direction of the stroke. High skilled participants also hit the ball while performing rotational motion, whereas low skilled participants did not. Our results suggested that high skilled participants adjusted to the ball speed by changing the angular velocity of the trunk and by utilizing the ground reaction forces with kicking in the direction opposite of the stroke., 2016, 18, 13, 24, Research institution
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, 奈良女子大学生活環境学部スポーツ健康科学コース, Practice about "expressive movements" in the practice of mat exercise for physical education in junior High school, Ohtaka C; Nakagawa M, 中学校保健体育の学習指導要領では,「運動の楽しさや喜びを味わうとともに運動技能を高めること」が第一の目標とされており,生涯を見据えて,運動の楽しさや喜びを体験することが非常に大切であるといえる.しかしながら,器械運動の一つであるマット運動は,一般的に「できる–できない」がはっきりみえてしまう種目であることから,運動に対する苦手意識を持ちやすいことが考えられる. 本稿では,マット運動の単元において,グループでの表現運動(集団演技)を取り入れ,自分の動きを仲間や音楽に合わせて調節することをテーマとし,技が出来ない生徒が持つマット運動の苦手意識を和らげ「運動の楽しさや喜びを味わう」こと,自分の動きを仲間や音楽に合わせて調節するという「運動技能を高め」,「運動の達成感(有能感)を味わう」ことを目標に,技の習得に留まらない授業実践を報告した., 2016, 18, 79, 86, Research institution
  • Refereed, Japan Journal of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences, Japan Society of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences, Effect of switching the control direction on force control using isometric leg extension, Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, In this study, we investigated the effects of differing control processes on the duration of zero-velocity in force control and force level control accuracy and quickness using isometric leg contraction tasks. Eleven participants were instructed to adjust the target force from 20% maximal voluntary contraction (MVC: 20% task) or from 60%MVC (60% task) to 20%, 40%, or 60%MVC after relaxing completely. The participants were instructed to control their force as quickly and as accurately as possible on receiving a visual stimulus, and the force produced by the participants was recorded. We investigated the differences in the task (20% or 60%MVC) and target (20%, 40%, or 60%MVC) force levels. We found that the target force level in the 20% task was higher than during the other target force levels for both tasks. The duration of zero-velocity was longer during the 60% task than in the 20% task for all target force levels. Before and after the period of zero-velocity, relaxation and re-adjustment time were longer during the 60% task than during the 20% task for all target force levels. Furthermore, the re-adjustment time was longer in the 60% task than in the 20% task for all target force levels; re-adjustment time was also found increase successively for the 20%, 40% and 60% MVC target force levels. Therefore, our findings suggest that during control the slight magnitude, accurate control of the force was difficult, irrespective of the magnitude of the force before relaxing completely. Moreover, the duration of zero-velocity became longer with greater magnitudes of force before relaxing completely, which affected the quickness at which force control was achieved after switching the control direction.
    , 2016, 61, 2, 489, 501, Scientific journal
  • Not Refereed, バイオメカニクス研究, 日本バイオメカニクス学会事務局, 幼児の両足跳び動作における「調整力」: 目安跳び動作と連続跳び越し動作の質的分析, 高徳希; 大高千明, 2016, 20, 4, 182, 188
  • Refereed, 発育発達研究, 幼児の目安跳び動作における認知とパフォーマンスの関係, 大高千明; 梅本麻実; 藤原素子, 2016, 7, 71, 9, 17, Scientific journal
  • Refereed, Annual Reports of Graduate School of Humanities and Sciences, 奈良女子大学大学院人間文化研究科, Effects of control direction on the accuracy of force control, Ohtaka C, In this study, we investigated the effects of control direction on the control of theforce output level accurately and quickly through isometric leg contraction tasks. Ten subjectswere instructed to adjust the target force to 20% MVC (20% task) or 60% MVC (60% task).These tasks were performed under three conditions: a direct condition where the subjectcontrolled the force from 0% MVC, a changing condition where the subject controlled the forcefrom 20% MVC (small amount), and a changing condition where the subject controlled the forcefrom 60% MVC (large amount) after relaxing completely. Using visual stimulus, subjects wereinstructed to control their force output as quickly as and as accurately as possible. The forcesproduced by the subjects were recorded. Results show that for the 20% task, it was difficult toaccurately control the force under changing conditions as opposed to a discrete condition, whileconsecutive conditions exhibited greater force control velocity than the direct condition.Therefore, our findings suggest that when controlling the force before relaxing completely,accurate control of the force became more difficult with increasing force magnitude., 2015, 31, 115, 125
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, The effects of "Force relaxation" level on force control, Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2015, 17, 1, 8
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, Nara Women's University, The effects of “Force relaxation” on quickness of force control, Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2014, 16, 1, 8
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, The effects of "Force relaxation" on accuracy of force control, Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2013, 15, 37, 46, Research institution
  • Refereed, Research Journal of Sport Science in Nara Women’s University, Characteristics of ball throwing motion among young children from the viewpoint of two-dimensional motion analysis, 重松咲; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 2021, 23, 1, 1, 10, Research institution, False
  • Refereed, Journal of Physical Fitness and Sports Medicine, Motor control characteristics for simultaneous bilateral asymmetrical tasks performed by upper limbs, Ono K; Hasebe F; Miura M; Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M, 2022, 11, 2, 97, 106, Scientific journal
  • Refereed, 体力科学, 骨盤臓器脱の予防・改善にむけた骨盤底筋エクササイズ: 女性のライフステージと生活行動の視点から, 辻野和美; 大高千明; 中田大貴; 三輪好生, 2022, 71, 3, 271, 278
  • Refereed, Japan Journal of Human Growth and Development Research, The characteristics for grading ability of gripping, jumping, and throwing in later childhood, Chiaki Ohtaka; Motoko Fujiwara, 2022, 93, 32, 44, Scientific journal
  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学スポーツ科学研究, 幼児の目安跳び動作における上肢による距離調節方略, 大高千明; 藤原素子, 2022, 24, 1, 12, 23
  • Refereed, Journal of Motor Learning and Development, The developmental progression and sex differences in agility during continuous two-footed jumping among children aged 4 to 16 years., Muro A; Takatoku N; Ohtaka C; Fujiwara M; Nakata H, 2022, in press, Scientific journal
  • Refereed, 女性活躍総合研究所紀要, 調整力とロコモ度の関係性からみた運動機能の特徴: 武庫川女子大学オープンカレッジの参加者を対象に, 大高千明; 藤原素子; 永田隆子, 2022, in press, Research institution

MISC

  • Not Refereed, 奈良女子大学国際交流センター年報, セブ島プロジェクト(1): Global Studies and Communication A/B 報告: 学習支援と効果検証の観点から, 須賀あゆみ; 鍵和田聡; 大高千明; 松原千恵, 2020, 36, 72

Presentations

  • 日本体育学会第65回大会, 幼児の目安跳び動作における距離調節方略, Poster presentation, 2014
  • 日本体育学会第65回大会, バウンドボール捕球における幼児の見越し動作の発達過程, Poster presentation, 2014
  • 第23回日本バイオメカニクス学会大会, 素早い出力増加および減少時の力制御方略, Poster presentation, 2014
  • 第23回日本バイオメカニクス学会大会, 両側同時力発揮による素早い出力調節: 等尺性膝関節伸展動作における張力増加時と減少時の比較, Poster presentation, 2014
  • 日本体育学会第64回大会, 「力の抜き」のレベルが出力調整に及ぼす影響, Poster presentation, 2013
  • 日本体育学会第64回大会, 等尺性肘関節屈曲動作を用いた一側および両側同時力発揮による素早い出力調節, Poster presentation, 2013
  • 日本体育学会第63回大会, 「力の抜き」が出力調整の正確性に及ぼす影響, Poster presentation, 2012
  • 日本体育学会第63回大会, サイドステップからの素早い走方向変更動作: 変更角度の違いに着目して, Poster presentation, 2012
  • 第22回日本バイオメカニクス学会大会, 「力の抜き」が出力調整の素早さに及ぼす影響, Poster presentation, 2012
  • 第22回日本バイオメカニクス学会大会, 両側同時力発揮による素早い出力調節: 等尺性肘関節屈曲動作における張力増加時と減少時の比較, Poster presentation, 2012
  • 宗加奈恵; 大高千明; 藤原素子; 中田大貴, 第35回日本体力医学会近畿地方会, 小学校低学年を対象とした立ち幅跳びの介入研究, Others, Feb. 2021
  • 室采音; 大高千明; 藤原素子; 中田大貴, 令和1年度奈良体育学会大会, 両足連続跳び越しを用いた運動能力要素の検討, Oral presentation, 2019
  • 日本発育発達学会第13回大会, 幼児の目安跳び動作における認知とパフォーマンスの関係, Poster presentation, 2015
  • The 25th Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Force control strategy for accurate generation and relaxation, Poster presentation, 2015
  • The 25th Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Developmental process of “foresee-movement” in young children catching a bouncing ball, Poster presentation, 2015
  • 日本体育学会第66回大会, 素早い出力増加および減少時の力制御方略: 等尺性力発揮動作における上肢と下肢の比較, Poster presentation, 2015
  • 日本体育学会第66回大会, 等尺性膝関節伸展動作を用いた両側同時力発揮による素早い出力調節: 調節方向が左右で異なる場合と同じ場合の比較, Poster presentation, 2015
  • 日本体育学会第66回大会, 幼児のバウンドボール捕球における見越し動作の発達過程: ボールの軌道が異なる捕球課題の比較, Poster presentation, 2015
  • 日本体育学会第66回大会, バスケットボールの前後ドリブルにおける上肢の動作分析, Poster presentation, 2015
  • 日本体育学会第66回大会, テニスのフォアハンドストロークにおける打球速度打ち分け時の運動連鎖特性, Poster presentation, 2015
  • 関西圏女子大学連携プロジェクト異分野キックオフ交流会, 力を調節する: 思った通りに身体を動かすことの難しさ, Oral presentation, 2016
  • 日本発育発達学会第14回大会, 幼児の目安跳び動作における距離調節方略: 動作パターンの変容に着目して, Poster presentation, 2016
  • 日本発育発達学会第14回大会, 幼児のバウンドボール捕球における見越し動作の発達過程: 3年間の縦断的データから, Poster presentation, 2016
  • 関西圏女子大学連携プロジェクト第2回異分野交流会, 随意的な出力増加および減少時の制御方略: 力を入れるより抜くほうが難しいのはなぜか, Oral presentation, 2016
  • 日本体育学会第67回大会, 認知スタイルの違いがダーツパフォーマンスに及ぼす影響, Poster presentation, 2016
  • 日本体育学会第67回大会, 幼児と成人における立幅跳びの跳躍距離獲得方略, Poster presentation, 2016
  • 日本体育学会第67回大会, バスケットボールの前後ドリブル時の上肢の動作とボールの軌跡, Poster presentation, 2016
  • 第24回日本バイオメカニクス学会大会, バドミントンのオーバーヘッドストローク動作に関するキネマティクス的研究, Poster presentation, 2016
  • 第24回日本バイオメカニクス学会大会, バスケットボールの前後ドリブルにおける上肢の動作分析: ドリブルスキルコーチと大学生バスケットボール部員の比較, Poster presentation, 2016
  • 日本体育学会第68回大会, 中等教育期における運動不振生徒の筋出力調節能力に関する研究, Poster presentation, 2017
  • 日本体育学会第68回大会, 随意的な出力増加および減少時における主観と客観の関係, Poster presentation, 2017
  • 日本体育学会第68回大会, バスケットボールにおける前後ドリブル時の上肢動作方略, Poster presentation, 2017
  • 奈良女子大学スポーツ科学研究会, 身体運動における筋出力調節メカニズム: なぜ力を抜くことは難しいのか?, Public discourse, 2017
  • 平成29年度奈良体育学会大会, 反応時間の違いによる随意的な出力調節のパフォーマンス特性, Oral presentation, 2017
  • The 17th International Conference on Environmental Ergonomics (Kobe, Japan), 15th November, 2017., Control strategies for accurate force generation and relaxation in isometric contraction of lower limb., Poster presentation, 2017
  • 藤原素子; 重松咲; 大高千明; 中田大貴, 日本発育発達学会第16回大会, 幼児のボール投げ動作に関するキネマティクス的研究, Poster presentation, 2018
  • 日本発育発達学会第16回大会, 幼児の握力発揮における出力調節, Poster presentation, 2018
  • 日本体育科教育学会第23回大会, 子どもが主体的に取り組むマット運動授業の提案: 子どもが主体的、対話的に深い学びを実現するために, Others, 2018
  • 大高千明, 関西圏女子大学連携プロジェクト第6回異分野交流会, 武庫川女子大学オープンカレッジ講座参加者を対象とした運動機能に関する調査報告: 調整力テストについて, Oral presentation, 2018
  • 重松咲; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 日本体育学会第69回大会, 児童のボール投げ動作におけるキネマティクス的研究, Poster presentation, 2018
  • 大高千明; 重松咲; 藤原素子, 日本体育学会第69回大会, サイドステップ動作の素早い切り換えに関するキネティクス的研究, Poster presentation, 2018
  • 大高千明; 藤原素子, 第25回日本バイオメカニクス学会大会, サッカーのクッションコントロールにおける下肢の動作分析, Poster presentation, 2018
  • 大高千明; 重松咲; 藤原素子, 日本発育発達学会第17回大会, 幼児の立ち幅跳びにおける跳躍距離獲得方略: 上肢および下肢の協調性に着目して, Poster presentation, 2019, False
  • 重松咲; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 日本発育発達学会第17回大会, ボール投げ動作に関するキネマティクス的研究: 5歳児と7歳児の比較, Poster presentation, 2019, False
  • 大高千明, 奈良女子大学・近鉄文化サロン阿倍野連携<共催講座>, 〈ニッポン〉のオリンピック~1940/1964/2020年~: トップアスリートの動きの巧みさを探る(1964年~2020年), Public discourse, 2019
  • 大高千明; 重松咲; 藤原素子, 日本体育学会第70回大会, 児童の目安投げ動作における距離調節方略, Poster presentation, 2019, False
  • 重松咲; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 日本体育学会第70回大会, 幼児のまりつき動作に関するキネマティクス的研究, Poster presentation, 2019, False
  • 大高千明; 藤原素子, 日本人間工学会第61回大会, 始めに保持する力の有無が出力のグレーディング特性に及ぼす影響, Others, 2020
  • 大高千明; 重松咲; 藤原素子, 日本発育発達学会第18回大会, 握力発揮における調節能力の発達過程: 力を入れる場合と力を抜く場合の比較から, Poster presentation, 2020
  • 三浦舞子; 小野夏純; 長谷部楓美; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 第26回バイオメカニクス学会大会, 不安定板上での外乱に対する姿勢制御: 予測の有無および外乱の大きさの影響, Poster presentation, 2020
  • 長谷部楓美; 三浦舞子; 小野夏純; 後藤悠太; 大高千明; 中田大貴; 藤原素子, 第26回バイオメカニクス学会大会, 主観的努力度の違いが走動作に及ぼす影響: グラウンドとトレッドミル上での走行を比較して, Poster presentation, 2020
  • 小野夏純; 長谷部楓美; 三浦舞子; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 第26回バイオメカニクス学会大会, 上肢による両側同時力発揮時の運動制御特性: 左右で出力が異なるグレーディング課題を用いて, Poster presentation, 2020
  • 高徳希; 大高千明; 小野夏純; 長谷部楓美; 三浦舞子; 中田大貴; 藤原素子, 第26回バイオメカニクス学会大会, 児童の両足連続跳躍過程における時空間的変容と下肢関節運動, Poster presentation, 2020
  • 大高千明; 高徳希; 小野夏純; 長谷部楓美; 三浦舞子; 中田大貴; 藤原素子, 第26回バイオメカニクス学会大会, 児童の目安跳び動作における下肢関節運動からみた身体コントロール方略, Poster presentation, 2020
  • 大高千明; 福井あかり; 藤原素子, 日本発育発達学会第19回大会, 学童期における随意的な運動調節能力の発達特性, Oral presentation, 13 Mar. 2021, 13 Mar. 2021, 14 Mar. 2021
  • 姫野夏那; 牧井美波; 大高千明; 中田大貴; 芝﨑学, 第35回日本体力医学会近畿地方会, 末梢性疲労が運動開始時における脳血流動態に及ぼす影響, 2021
  • 牧井美波; 大高千明; 中田大貴; 芝﨑学, 第76回日本体力医学会大会, 末梢性疲労が運動開始時における脳活動に与える影響, 2021, 17 Sep. 2021, 19 Sep. 2021
  • 佐藤夢女; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 日本体育・スポーツ・健康学会第71回大会, 弓射動作における引手の運動学的特性: 矢の有無に着目して, 2021, 07 Sep. 2021, 09 Sep. 2021
  • 三浦舞子; 小野夏純; 長谷部楓美; 佐藤夢女; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 日本体育・スポーツ・健康学会第71回大会, 傾斜条件およびタイミング予測がボールキャッチ時の立位姿勢制御に及ぼす影響, 2021, 07 Sep. 2021, 09 Sep. 2021
  • 長谷部楓美; 小野夏純; 三浦舞子; 佐藤夢女; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 日本体育・スポーツ・健康学会第71回大会, 等尺性脚伸展動作を用いた周期的な出力およびタイミングの制御, 2021, 07 Sep. 2021, 09 Sep. 2021
  • 小野夏純; 長谷部楓美; 三浦舞子; 佐藤夢女; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 日本体育・スポーツ・健康学会第71回大会, 上肢の運動による移動視標に対するタイミング一致課題時の運動制御特性, 2021, 07 Sep. 2021, 09 Sep. 2021
  • 大高千明; 牧井美波; 中田大貴; 芝﨑学; 藤原素子, 日本体育・スポーツ・健康学会第71回大会, 末梢性疲労が周期的な筋出力調節に及ぼす影響: 「力を入れる」局面と「力を抜く」局面の比較から, 09 Sep. 2021
  • 大高千明; 永田隆子; 藤原素子, 日本発育発達学会第20回大会, 運動調節能力の発達過程における横断的研究: 握力および立ち幅跳びによる運動課題を用いて, 20 Mar. 2022, 20 Mar. 2022, 21 Mar. 2022
  • 辻野和美; 大高千明; 中田大貴; 田中喜代次, 第23回日本健康支援学会年次学術大会,第9回日本介護予防・健康づくり学会大会, 骨盤底フレイルとロコモティブシンドロームに関する一考察, Mar. 2022
  • 大高千明; 室海七大; 杉浦晴佳; 佐藤夢女; 藤原素子, 日本人間工学会第63回大会, 始めに保持する力の大きさが「力を抜く」グレーディング特性に及ぼす影響, 31 Jul. 2022
  • 杉浦晴佳; 佐藤夢女; 大高千明; 高徳希; 藤原素子, 日本バイオメカニクス学会第28回大会, 移動視標に対する投動作のタイミングコントロールと動作特性, 12 Nov. 2022
  • 佐藤夢女; 杉浦晴佳; 大高千明; 藤原素子, 日本バイオメカニクス学会第28回大会, 弓射動作における矢の有無による引手の運動学的特性, 12 Nov. 2022
  • 大高千明; 藤井悠花; 杉浦晴佳; 佐藤夢女; 藤原素子, 日本バイオメカニクス学会第28回大会, 成人女性の投球動作における球速と正確性に主観的努力度の違いが及ぼす影響, 12 Nov. 2022

Research Projects

  • 2018, 2022, 18H03166, Coinvestigator
  • 2019, 2021, 19K20072, Principal investigator
  • 2019, 2021, 19K20072, Principal investigator
  • 2018, 2022, 18H03166, Coinvestigator


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