KATAYAMA Tadahiro

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Title

Part-time Lecturer

Research Fields, Keywords

neurophysiology, electrophysiology, psychiatry, schizophrenia

Current Affiliation Organization 【 display / non-display

  • Duty ,  School of Medicine (Life Sciences and Social Medicine) ,  Department of Systems Neuroscience ,  Part-time Lecturer

Degree 【 display / non-display

  • Fukushima Medical University -  medical doctor ,  2007.03

Career 【 display / non-display

  • 2006.04
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    Now

    Instructor, Department of Physiology, Fukushima Medical University School of Medicine

  • 2007.04
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    Now

    Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology, Fukushima Medical University School of Medicine

Field of expertise (Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research classification) 【 display / non-display

  • Psychoneurosis Studies

  • Nerve/Muscular Physiology

 

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • 他機関との連携による若者向け自殺予防の取り組み

    黒澤 恵, 角田 夕子, 片山 規央, 小室 安宏, 渡辺 厚

    CAMPUS HEALTH ,  55 (2) 185 - 190 ,  2018.05

    Multiple Authorship ,  ISBN: 1341-4313

  • Psychosis Induced by Phencyclidine (Also Called PCP or Angel Dust)

    Katayama T., Suzuki Y., Jodo E.

    Neuropathology of Drug Addictions and Substance Misuse ,  2   703 - 713 ,  2016.04

    Multiple Authorship ,  ISBN: 9780128003756

    DOI

  • Phencyclidine affects firing activity of ventral tegmental area neurons that are related to reward and social behaviors in rats

    Katayama T., Okamoto M., Suzuki Y., Hoshino K., Jodo E.

    Neuroscience ,  240   336 - 348 ,  2013.06

    Multiple Authorship ,  ISBN: 03064522

    DOI

  • Phencyclidine affects firing activity of ventral tegmental area neurons that are related to reward and social behaviors in rats

    Katayama T, Okamoto M, Suzuki Y, Hoshino KY, Jodo E.

    Neuroscience ,  240   336 - 348 ,  2013

    Multiple Authorship

    DOI

  • Neonatal administration of phencyclidine decreases the number of putative inhibitory interneurons and increases neural excitability to auditory paired clicks in the hippocampal CA3 region of freely moving adult mice

    OKAMOTO, M., KATAYAMA, T., SUZUKI, Y., HOSHINO, K., YAMADA, H., MATSUOKA, N., JODO, E.

    Neuroscience ,  224   268 - 281 ,  2012

    Multiple Authorship

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Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • 社会活動と新奇環境でのラット扁桃体基底外側核ニューロンの活動の比較

    第48回東北生理談話会 , 

    2016.10
     
     

  • A comparison between the firing activities of rat basolateral amygdala neurons in a socially interactive situation and in a novel environment

    2014 International Symposium「How Cognition Emerges from Neural Network」 , 

    2014.12
     
     

  • A comparison between the firing activities of rat basolateral amygdala neurons in a socially interactive situation and in a novel environment

    2014 International Symposium「How Cognition Emerges from Neural Network」 , 

    2014.12
     
     

  • 注意セット転換課題遂行中のラットにおける前頭前皮質腹内側部ニューロンの多様な応答性

    第37回日本神経科学大会 , 

    2014.09
     
     

  • A comparison between the firing activities of rat basolateral amygdala neurons in a socially interactive situation and in a novel environment

    2014 International Symposium「How Cognition Emerges from Neural Network」 , 

    2014
     
     

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