Publications

Journal papers

Shibata K, Sasaki Y, Bang JW, Walsh EG, Machizawa MG, Tamaki M, Li-Hung C, Watanabe T. Overlearning hyperstabilizes a skill by rapidly making neurochemical processing inhibitory-dominant. Nature Neuroscience, 20, 470-475, 2017.

Tamaki M, Bang JW, Watanabe T, Sasaki Y. Night watch in one brain hemisphere during sleep associated with the first-night effect in humans. Current Biology, 26, 1190–1194, 2016.
*This paper has reached 2700 altmetric score (by the Microbiology Society (@MicrobioSoc)), which is Top 4 in all papers in biological science published in 2016.
 
Tamaki M, Bang JW, Watanabe T, Sasaki Y. The first-night effect suppresses the strength of slow-wave activity originating in the visual areas during sleep. Vision Research, 99, 154-161, 2014.



Tamaki M, Kamitani Y. Decoding subjective mental states from fMRI activity patterns. Brain and Nerve, 63, 1331-1338, 2011. (Japanese)

Kishi A, Yasuda H, Matsumoto T, Inami Y, Horiguchi J, Tamaki M, Struzik ZR, Yamamoto Y. Non-REM Sleep Stage Transitions Control Ultradian REM Sleep Rhythm. Sleep, 34, 1423-1432, 2011.

Tamaki M, Komada Y, Shirakawa S. Mental workload delays the sleep-onset period of the people with sleep-initiation difficulty. Clinical Neurophysiology, 38, 392-398, 2010. (Japanese)

Tamaki M, Hori T. Significance of the human sleep. Cell Technology, 27, 442-447, 2008. (Japanese)

Okamoto-Mizuno K, Yamashiro Y, Tanaka T, Komada Y, Mizuno K, Tamaki M, Kitado M, Inoue Y, Shirakawa S: Heart rate variability and body temperature during the sleep onset period. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 6, 42-49, 2008.

Tanaka H, Tamaki M. Sleep, memory and QOL. Kango kenkyu, 40, 641-648, 2007. (Japanese)

Tamaki M. Normal human performance and sleep. Cognition & Dementia, 6, 108-113, 2007. (Japanese)

Tamaki M, Nittono H, Hori T. Efficacy of overnight sleep for a newly acquired visuomotor skill. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 5, 110-115, 2007.

Tamaki M, Nittono H, Hayashi M, Hori T. Spectral analysis of the first-night effect on the sleep-onset period. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 3, 122-129, 2005.

Tamaki M, Nittono H, Hori T. The first-night effect occurs at the sleep-onset period regardless of the temporal anxiety level in healthy students. Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 3, 92-94, 2005.