Tsuyoshi Ikegami

Main Lab Location:
CiNet (Main bldg.)
Specific Research Topic:
Motor Control, Motor Learning, Action Understanding
Mailing Address:
1-4 Yamadaoka, Suita City, Osaka 565-0871, Japan

My research focuses on human motor control and learning. The goal of my research is to understand how the nervous system manipulates and acquires a variety of complex and skilled movements as performed in everyday life and during sports activities. To address this question, I investigate the neural mechanisms of sensorimotor control and learning by observing human behavior, constructing computational models to explain behavior, and measuring brain activity.

Selected Publications:

Ikegami T, Ganesh G, Gibo T, Yoshioka T, Osu R, Kawato M. Hierarchical motor adaptation negotiate failures during force field learning. Plos Computational Biology 17(4), e1008481,2021.

Ikegami T, Ganesh G, Takeuchi T, Nakamoto H. Prediction error induced motor contagions in human behaviors. eLife 7, e33392, doi:10.7554/eLife.33392, 2018.

Ikegami T, Ganesh G, Watching novice action degrades expert motor
performance: Causation between action production and outcome prediction of observed actions by humans. Scientific Reports, 4, 6989, doi:10.1038/srep06989, 2014.

Ganesh G, Yoshioka T, Osu R, Ikegami T, Immediate tool incorporation processes determine human motor planning with tools. Nature Communications, 5:4524, doi:10.1038/ncomms5524, 2014.

Ikegami T, Hirashima M, Osu R, Nozaki D, Intermittent visual feedback can boost motor learning of rhythmic movements: evidence for error feedback beyond cycles. The Journal of Neuroscience, 32(2), 653-657, 2012.

Ikegami T, Hirashima M, Taga G, Nozaki D, Asymmetric transfer of visuomotor learning between discrete and rhythmic movements. The Journal of Neuroscience 30(12), 4515-4521, 2010.