Publication Lists

 

Selected Original Research Papers in peer-review journals

1. Hatada, Y. Miall, RC. and Rossetti, Y. (2006) Long lasting aftereffect of a single prism adaptation: directionally biased passive proprioception and internal egocentric reference frame. Exp. Brain Res.174(1):189-98. Epub 2006 Apr 25.

2. Hatada, Y., Rossetti, Y. and Miall, RC. (2006) Long lasting prism adaptation after effects reveal that shifts in vision and proprioception are independent. Exp. Brain Res.173(3):415-24. Epub 2006 Mar 22.

3. Hatada, Y. Miall, RC. and Rossetti, Y. (2006) Two waves of a long-lasting after-effect of prism adaptation measured over 7 days. Exp. Brain Res. 169(3):417-426. Epub 2005 Nov 18.

4. Hatada, Y., Wu, F., Sun, S.Y., Schacher, S. and Goldberg D. J. (2000) Presynaptic morphological changes associated with long-term synaptic facilitation are triggered by actin polymerization at preexisting varicosities. Journal of Neuroscience 20 RC82, 1-5.

 5. Hatada, Y., Wu, F., Silverman, R. Schacher, S. and Goldberg D. J. (1999) En passant synaptic varicosities form directly from growth cones by transient cessation of growth cone advance but not motility. Journal of Neurobiology 41, 242-251.

 6. Hatada, Y. and Stern, C.D. (1994) A fate map of the epiblast of the early chick embryo. Development 120, 2879-2889.

 7. Stern, C.D., Hatada, Y., Selleck, M. A. J. and Storey, K.G. (1992) Relationships between mesoderm induction and the embryonic axes in chick and frog embryos. Development (Suppl.) 151-156.


      Evaluation of the published papers by other expert scientists

            1. at Google Scholar

(The paper ID from the above: number of being cited. Impact factor taken from the years ISI report)

Paper 7: 24 citations (impact factor 9.31 at 2000)

Paper 6: 136 citations (impact factor 9.31 at 2000)

Paper 5: 16 citations (impact factor 4.17 at 2005)

Paper 4: 52 citations (impact factor 8.50 at 2000)

Paper 3: 10 citations (impact factor 2.12 at 2005)

Paper 2: 8 citations  (impact factor 2.12 at 2005)

Paper 1: 5 citations (impact factor 2.12 at 2005)


2. The paper 3. was cited as “must read” category in “Faculty 1000 Biology” by Reza Shadmehr immediately after the publication

Comment on Hatada2006 in Facultyof1000Biology by Reza Shadmehr



Books

Hatada, Y (1995) The axis formation in the chick embryo.  (ASIN: B001ABCQWI,  British Library)



Meeting Reports

Hatada, Y. (2009) Modulation of temporal and spatial frequency perception is correlated in craniotopic coordinates. Society for neuroscience Abstract.

Hatada, Y. (2009) Time perception is modulated by spatial adaptation to prism glasses. Workshop of Computational principles of sensorimotor learning. Kloster Irsee, Germany. 

Hatada, Y. (2008) Perceived visual spatial frequency is modulated with perceived eye orientation. International symposium on the neural basis of decision making . Groesbeek, Netherlands. 

Hatada, Y. (2008) Interactive coding between audition and vision in perception of temporal frequency and spatial frequency in craniotopic coordinates. BCBT meeeting. Spain

Hatada, Y. (2007) Visual spatial lateral displacement by prism adaptation distorted perception of temporal frequency in vision and audition, at “purely” perceptual level. Society for neuroscience Abstract 303.16.

Hatada, Y. (2007) A coding model from the experimental results on inseparability in craniotopic visual spatiotemporal frequency perception in human. Computational Cognitive Neuroscience conference Abstract. San Diego. San Diego.303.16.

Hatada, Y. and Ashida H. (2007) Perception of temporal frequency in vision and audition is affected by shift of head centred spatial perception by adaptation to laterally shifting prism glasses. Vision Society of Japan Annual meeting abstract 2007 1o9:51-2

Hatada, Y. and Koene A.R. (2006) Perceptual shifts of temporal frequency in audition and vision after adaptation to visuo-spatial lateral displacement by prism glasses. Perception 35: Suppl.:202.

Hatada, Y., Rossetti, Y. and Miall, RC. (2005) Long-lasting prism adaptation aftereffects reveal independent shifts in vision and proprioception. Perception 34: Suppl.: 9.

Hatada Y, and Rossetti Y. (2004) Prism adaptation generates a very long lasting-directionally biased proprioceptive shift in healthy subjects. Society for neuroscience Abstract 524.12.

Hatada Y, and Rossetti Y. (2004) Long-lasting prism adaptation after-effect: Shift in open loop midsagittal pointing involves more than just visual and proprioceptive components. Perception 33: Suppl.:140.

Hatada, Y., Wu, F., Schacher, S. and Goldberg D. J. (1999): New presynaptic varicosities form from pre-existing varicosities during long-term facilitation in Aplysia cell culture. Meeting abstract on Learning and Memory p12. Cold Spring Harbor “Learning and Memory, NY, USA.

Hatada, Y., Wu, F., Schacher, S. and Goldberg D. J. (1998) Presynaptic varicosities become morphologically plastic and are sites of neurite outgrowth with 5-HT facilitation of Aplysia sensorimotor neuron synapses in culture. Soc. for Neuroscience Abstracts 24,1703.

Hatada, Y., Wu, F., Silverman, R. Schacher, S. and Goldberg D. J. (1997) Formation of en passant synapses involves transient cessation of growth cone advance but not motility. Soc. for Neuroscience Abstracts 23, 1980.

Hatada, Y. and Stern, C.D. (1993) Relation between fate map of the epiblast of the early chick and frog embryo. Wellcome Trust, London UK.

Hatada, Y. and Stern, C.D. (1992) A fate map of the epiblast of the early chick embryo. BSDB meeting, Sussex University, UK.



Invited Individual Talks

Hatada, Y. (2009) Is our time perception really independent from space perception? Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK.

Hatada, Y. (2007) Power of Adaptation to laterally shifting prism glasses: interdependence of time and space perception, plasticity & rehabilitation in hemispatial neglect patients. National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Hatada, Y. (2006) Perceptual shifts of temporal frequency in audition and vision after adaptation to visuo-spatial lateral displacement by right shifting prism glasses. University College London, London, UK.

Hatada, Y. (2005) Possible mechanisms for two waves of a long-lasting after-effect of prism adaptation measured over 7 days. ICN, University College London, London, UK.

Hatada, Y. (2002) Comparison of morphological plasticity of pre-synaptic varicosity between leaning and development in Aplysia sensory –motor neuron cell culture. National Institute of Physiological Sciences, Okazaki, Japan.

Hatada, Y. (2001) Presynaptic morphological changes associated with long-term synaptic facilitation are triggered by actin polymerization at pre-existing varicosities. RIKEN, Tokyo, Japan.

Hatada, Y. (1999) En passant synaptic varicosity formation during development and long-term facilitation in Aplysia cell culture. Centre for Neurobiology and Behaviour, Columbia University, NY, USA.

Hatada, Y. (1995) Relation between mesoderm induction and the embryonic axis formation in early chick embryo. Harvard University, MA, USA.

Hatada, Y. (1995) A fate map of the epiblast and Regulation between mesoderm induction and the embryonic axis formation in early chick embryo. Columbia University, NY, USA.

Hatada, Y. (1994) A fate map and axis formation of the epiblast of the early chick embryo. Rockefeller University, NY, USA.

Hatada, Y. (1993) The axis formation in the early chick embryo. Department of Human Anatomy, Oxford University, UK.

Hatada, Y. (1992) A fate map of the epiblast of the early chick embryo. Department of Human Anatomy, Oxford University, UK.


Theses

Hatada, Y (1995) D. Phil thesis: The axis formation in the chick embryo.Oxford University Library and British Library

Hatada, Y. (1989) Master thesis: A Study of Ground Beetles (Carabidae, Coleoptera) at Adjacent Woodland and Grassland Habitats in Durham, North-East England. Durham Universithy Library