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Minagawa-Kawai, Y., Naoi, N. & Kojima, S. (2009) Near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS): A new functional neuroimaging method. Tokyo: Keio Univ. Press.


Kojima, S. (2003) A search for the origins of human speech: Auditory and vocal functions of the chimpanzee. Pp.195. Kyoto: Kyoto Univ. Academic Press.

Hashiya, K. & Kojima, S. (2001) Hearing and auditory-visual intermodal recognition in the chimpanzee. In: Matsuzawa, T. (ed.) Primate origins of human cognition and behaviors, pp.155-189. Tokyo: Springer Verlag.



橋田浩一、小嶋祥三(1998) 言語の脳科学。 科学、68:500-509.

第11回「大学と科学」公開シンポジウム組織委員会[小嶋祥三](1997) (編)認知・言語の成立:人間の心の発達、pp.178、東京:クバプロ。


Minagawa-Kawai, Y., Naoi, N., Kikuchi, N., Yamamoto, J., Nakamura, K. & Kojima, S. (2009) Cerebral laterality for phomemic and prosodic cue decoding in children with autism. Neuroreport, 20(13):1219-1224.

Ishizu, T., Noguchi, A., Ito, Y., Ayabe, T. & Kojima, S. (2009) Motor activity and imagery modulate the body-selective region in the occipital-temporal area: A near-infrared spectroscopy study. Neurosci. Lett., 465:85-89.

Ishizu, T., Ayabe, T. & Kojima, S. (2009) Temporal dissociation of global and local features by hierarchy of vision. Int. J. Neurosci., 119(3):373-383.

Ayabe, T., Ishizu, T., Kojima, S., Urakawa, T., Nishitani, N. Kaneoke, Y & Kakigi, R. (2008) Neural processes of attentional inhibition of return traced with magnetoencephalography. Neurosci., 156(3):769-780. (Oct 15)

Ishizu, T., Ayabe, T. & Kojima, S. (2008) Configurational factors in the perception of faces and non-facial objects: An ERP study. Int. J. Neurosci., 118(7):955-966. (July)

Minagawa-Kawai, Y., Matsuoka, S., Dan, I., Naoi, N., Nakamura, K., Kojima, S. (2008) Prefrontal activation associated with social attachment: facial-emotional recognition in mothers and infants. Cerebral Cortex, (May 30)

Minagawa-Kawai Y, Mori K, Naoi N, Kojima S. (2007) Neural attunement processes in infants during the acquisition of a language-specific phonemic contrast. J. Neurosci., 27:315-321.

Hashimoto, T., Minagawa, Y. and Kojima, S. (2006) Motion illusion activates the visual motion area of the brain: A near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) study. Brain Res., 1077:116-122.

Hashimoto, T., Usui, N., Taira, M., Nose, I., Haji, T. and Kojima, S. (2006) The neural mechanism associated with the processing of onomatopoeic sounds. Neuroimage, 31:1762-1770.

Kojima S. (2003) Experimental analyses of body image in the chimpanzee. Primates, 44:231-238.

Kojima, S., Izumi, A. & Ceugniet, M.(2003) Identification of vocalizers by pant hoots, pant grunts and screams in a chimpanzee. Primates, 44:225-230.

Hashiya, K. & Kojima, S. (2001) Acquisition of auditory-visual intermodal matching-to-sample by a chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes): comparison with visual-visual intramodal matching. Anim. Cogn. 4:231-239.

Itoh, K., Izumi, A. & Kojima, S. (2001) Object discrimination learning in aged Japanese monkeys. Behav. Neurosci., 115:259-270.

Kojima, S., Tatsumi, F.I., Kiritani, S. & Hirose, H. (1989) Vocal-auditory functions of the chimpanzee: Consonant perception. Human Evol., 4:403-416.

Kojima, S. & Kiritani, S. (1989) Vocal-auditory functions in the chimpanzee: Vowel perception. Int. J. Primatol., 10:199-213.

Kojima, S. (1985) Auditory short-term memory in the Japanese monkey. Int. J. Neurosci., 25:255-262.

Kojima, S. & Goldman-Rakic, P.S. (1984) Functional analysis of spatially discriminative neurons in prefrontal cortex of rhesus monkey. Brain Res., 291: 229-240.

Kojima, S. & Goldman-Rakic, P.S. (1982) Delay-related activity of pre-frontal neurons in rhesus monkeys performing delayed response. Brain Res., 248:43-49.

Kojima, S., Kojima, M. & Goldman-Rakic, P.S. (1982) Operant behavior analysis of memory loss in monkeys with prefrontal lesions. Brain Res., 248:51-59.

Kojima, S. (1980a) Short-term memory in the rhesus monkey: a behavioral analysis of delayed-response performance. J. Exp. Anal. Behav., 33:356-368.

Kojima, S. (1980b) Prefrontal unit activity in the monkey: relation to visual stimuli and movements. Exp. Neurol., 69:110-123.