Yasuyo Minagawa
Yasuyo Minagawa
Professor, Department of Psychology, Keio University
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Prefrontal activation associated with social attachment: facial-emotion recognition in mothers and infants
Y Minagawa-Kawai, S Matsuoka, I Dan, N Naoi, K Nakamura, S Kojima
Cerebral cortex 19 (2), 284-292, 2009
Neural attunement processes in infants during the acquisition of a language-specific phonemic contrast
Y Minagawa-Kawai, K Mori, N Naoi, S Kojima
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (2), 315-321, 2007
Optical brain imaging reveals general auditory and language-specific processing in early infant development
Y Minagawa-Kawai, H Van Der Lely, F Ramus, Y Sato, R Mazuka, ...
Cerebral Cortex 21 (2), 254-261, 2011
Optical imaging of infants' neurocognitive development: recent advances and perspectives
Y Minagawa‐Kawai, K Mori, JC Hebden, E Dupoux
Developmental neurobiology 68 (6), 712-728, 2008
Cerebral lateralization and early speech acquisition: a developmental scenario
Y Minagawa-Kawai, A Cristià, E Dupoux
Developmental cognitive neuroscience 1 (3), 217-232, 2011
Cerebral responses to infant-directed speech and the effect of talker familiarity
N Naoi, Y Minagawa-Kawai, A Kobayashi, K Takeuchi, K Nakamura, ...
Neuroimage 59 (2), 1735-1744, 2012
Functional lateralization of speech processing in adults and children who stutter
Y Sato, K Mori, T Koizumi, Y Minagawa-Kawai, A Tanaka, E Ozawa, ...
Frontiers in psychology 2, 70, 2011
Different brain strategies underlie the categorical perception of foreign and native phonemes
Y Minagawa-Kawai, K Mori, Y Sato
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 17 (9), 1376-1385, 2005
Recommendations for motion correction of infant fNIRS data applicable to multiple data sets and acquisition systems
R Di Lorenzo, L Pirazzoli, A Blasi, C Bulgarelli, Y Hakuno, Y Minagawa, ...
NeuroImage 200, 511-527, 2019
Assessing cerebral representations of short and long vowel categories by NIRS
Y Minagawa-Kawai, K Mori, I Furuya, R Hayashi, Y Sato
Neuroreport 13 (5), 581-584, 2002
“Mom called me!” Behavioral and prefrontal responses of infants to self-names spoken by their mothers
M Imafuku, Y Hakuno, M Uchida-Ota, J Yamamoto, Y Minagawa
Neuroimage 103, 476-484, 2014
Functional hemispheric specialization in processing phonemic and prosodic auditory changes in neonates
T Arimitsu, M Uchida-Ota, T Yagihashi, S Kojima, S Watanabe, I Hokuto, ...
Frontiers in psychology 2, 202, 2011
Cerebral laterality for phonemic and prosodic cue decoding in children with autism
Y Minagawa-Kawai, N Naoi, N Kikuchi, J Yamamoto, K Nakamura, ...
Neuroreport 20 (13), 1219-1224, 2009
An online database of infant functional near infrared spectroscopy studies: a community-augmented systematic review
A Cristia, E Dupoux, Y Hakuno, S Lloyd-Fox, M Schuetze, J Kivits, ...
PloS one 8 (3), e58906, 2013
Reading speed, comprehension and eye movements while reading Japanese novels: evidence from untrained readers and cases of speed-reading trainees
H Miyata, Y Minagawa-Kawai, S Watanabe, T Sasaki, K Ueda
PloS one 7 (5), e36091, 2012
Differential cortical responses in second language learners to different vowel contrasts
Y Minagawa-Kawai, K Mori, Y Sato, T Koizumi
NeuroReport 15 (5), 899-903, 2004
Toward interactive social neuroscience: Neuroimaging real‐world interactions in various populations
Y Minagawa, M Xu, S Morimoto
Japanese Psychological Research 60 (4), 196-224, 2018
Neural correlates of infant accent discrimination: an fNIRS study
A Cristia, Y Minagawa‐Kawai, N Egorova, J Gervain, L Filippin, D Cabrol, ...
Developmental Science 17 (4), 628-635, 2014
Assessing signal-driven mechanisms in neonates: brain responses to temporally and spectrally different sounds
Y Minagawa-Kawai, A Cristià, I Vendelin, D Cabrol, E Dupoux
Frontiers in Psychology 2, 135, 2011
Developmental changes in cerebral lateralization during speech processing measured by near infrared spectroscopy
Y Sato, K Mori, I Furuya, R Hayashi, Y Minagawa-Kawai, T Koizumi
The Japan Journal of Logopedics and Phoniatrics 44 (3), 165-171, 2003
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