Publications

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.

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. Electroencephalography. In: The Japanese Association of Stress Science and Public health research center (Eds.), Dictionary of stress science. Public health research. 2011.

Tamaki M. First night effect. In: The Japanese Association of Stress Science and Public health research center (Eds.), Dictionary of stress science. Tamaki M. Performance under stress. In: The Japanese Association of Stress Science and Public health research center (Eds.), Dictionary of stress science. Public health research. 2011.

Tamaki M. Parasomnia. In: The Japanese Association of Stress Science and Public health research center (Eds.), Dictionary of stress science. Public health research. 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.

Tamaki M, Matsuoka T, Nittono H, Hori T. Activation of fast sleep spindles at the premotor cortex and parietal areas contributes to motor learning: A study using sLORETA. Clinical Neurophysiology, 120, 878-886, 2009.

Tamaki M. Sleep and Memory. In: T. Hori (Ed.), Sleep psychology. pp170-181. Kyoto: Kitaoji-Shobo, 2008.

Tamaki M. Stress and Insomnia. In: T. Hori (Ed.), Sleep psychology. pp182-194. Kyoto: Kitaoji-Shobo, 2008.


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

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.

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

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.