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YAMAMOTO Yuji
 
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Nagoya University Research Center of Health, Physical Fitness and Sports Division of the Science of Physical Fitness and Sports Professor
Title
Professor
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Degree 2

  1. Ph. D ( University of Tsukuba ) 

  2. Master of Physical Education

Research Interests 3

  1. dynamical system approach

  2. complex system

  3. motor learning

Research Areas 7

  1. Life Science / Sports sciences  / 対人・集団ダイナミクス

  2. Life Science / Physical education, and physical and health education  / Nonlinear dynamics of human movements

  3. Life Science / Physical education, and physical and health education  / Motor control and motor skill learning

  4. Life Science / Sports sciences  / Applying network theory to ball games in sport

  5. Life Science / Physical education, and physical and health education  / Mental training for the Athelets

  6. Life Science / Physical education, and physical and health education

  7. Life Science / Sports sciences

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Current Research Project and SDGs 5

  1. Explore the dynamics of interpersonal skill

  2. Towards a new motor learning science based on a dynamical system approach

  3. visualization of motor imagery and motor learning support system

  4. Nonlinear dynamics of striking action

  5. 競創ダイナミクスの統合的理解

Research History 1

  1. Nagoya University

    2004.4

Education 2

  1. University of Tsukuba   Graduate School, Division of Physical Education

    - 1982

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    Country: Japan

  2. Hiroshima University   Faculty of Education

    - 1980

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    Country: Japan

Professional Memberships 5

  1. 日本スポーツ心理学会   会長

    2019.11

  2. 日本体育学会   理事

    2021.4

  3. Japanese Psychological Association

  4. 日本認知科学会

  5. International Society of Sport Psychology

 

Papers 68

  1. Effect of Manipulating Advanced Kinematic Information on Hitting Movement Prediction, Perception, and Action Reviewed

    Takamido Ryota, Yokoyama Keiko, Yamamoto Yuji

    RESEARCH QUARTERLY FOR EXERCISE AND SPORT     2020.8

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    DOI: 10.1080/02701367.2020.1773375

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  2. How Training Tools Physically Linking Soccer Players Improve Interpersonal Coordination Reviewed

    Yokoyama Keiko, Tabuchi Noriyuki, Araujo Duarte, Yamamoto Yuji

    JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCE AND MEDICINE   Vol. 19 ( 2 ) page: 245 - 255   2020.6

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  3. Social forces for team coordination in ball possession game

    Yokoyama Keiko, Shima Hiroyuki, Fujii Keisuke, Tabuchi Noriyuki, Yamamoto Yuji

    PHYSICAL REVIEW E   Vol. 97 ( 2 )   2018.2

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    DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.97.022410

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  4. Joint action syntax in Japanese martial arts Reviewed

    Yamamoto Y., Yokoyama K., Okumura M., Kijima A., Kadota K., Gohara K.

    PLoS ONE   Vol. 8 ( 9 ) page: e72436   2013.9

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  5. Common and Unique Network Dynamics in Football Games Reviewed

    Yuji Yamamoto and Keiko Yokoyama

    PLoS ONE   Vol. 6 ( 12 ) page: e29638   2011.12

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  6. Three people can synchronize as coupled oscillators during sports activities Reviewed

    Keiko Yokoyama and Yuji Yamamoto

    PLoS Computational Biology   Vol. 7 ( 9 ) page: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1002181   2011.10

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    We experimentally investigated the synchronized patterns of three people during sports activities and found that the activity corresponded to spatiotemporal patterns in rings of coupled biological oscillators derived from symmetric Hopf bifurcation theory, which is based on group theory. This theory can provide catalogs of possible generic spatiotemporal patterns irrespective of their internal models. Instead, they are simply based on the geometrical symmetries of the systems. We predicted the synchronization patterns of rings of three coupled oscillators as trajectories on the phase plane. The interactions among three people during a 3 vs. 1 ball possession task were plotted on the phase plane. We then demonstrated that two patterns conformed to two of the three patterns predicted by the theory. One of these patterns was a rotation pattern (R) in which phase differences between adjacent oscillators were almost 2pi/3. The other was a partial anti-phase pattern (PA) in which the two oscillators were anti-phase and the third oscillator frequency was dead. These results suggested that symmetric Hopf bifurcation theory could be used to understand synchronization phenomena among three people who communicate via perceptual information, not just physically connected systems such as slime molds, chemical reactions, and animal gaits. In addition, the skill level in human synchronization may play the role of the bifurcation parameter.

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  7. *Continuous hitting movement modeled from the perspective from dynamical systems with temporal input Reviewed

    Yuji Yamamoto, Kazutoshi Gohara

    Human Movement Science   Vol. 19   page: 341-371   2000

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  8. 小学校1年生児童の学習場面における注意行動-視線の逸れと姿勢の崩れから- Reviewed

    加納岳拓, 山本裕二

    学校教育研究   Vol. 35   page: 70 - 83   2020.10

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  9. 中学生の運動部活動における主体性

    大畑美喜子, 山本裕二

    総合保健体育科学   Vol. 43   page: 43 - 49   2020.5

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  10. 連携技能に関わる練習道具のトレーニング効果を検証する Reviewed

    横山慶子,田渕規之,山本裕二

    スポーツパフォーマンス研究   Vol. 12   page: 193-208   2020.4

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    三者連携に有効となると考えられる練習道具を開発し,2つのタイプ(3本版と1本版)の有効性を,大学生を対象として,そのトレーニング効果を検討した.その結果,どちらのタイプも三者連携技能の獲得には有効であるこ,2つのタイプの違いによって使用時の感想は異なることが明らかになった.

  11. 他者への共感の育成に向けた体育授業の可能性-小学校1年生の教室授業と体育授業における行動の分析- Reviewed

    加納岳拓,山本裕二

    スポーツ心理学研究   Vol. 47 ( 1 ) page: 13-28   2020.3

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    小学1年生の教室授業における他者への傾聴・共感を姿勢と視線から評定しするとともに,体育授業での3対2の鬼ごっこにおける二人の動きの分析を行い,教室での共感が高い生徒同士の組は,鬼ごっこでの失点も少なく,鬼ごっこにおいて他者との連携を伴う動きができていることを明らかにした.

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  12. 他者への共感の育成に向けた体育授業の可能性-小学校1年生の教室授業と体育授業における行動の分析- Reviewed

    加納岳拓, 山本裕二

    スポーツ心理学研究   Vol. 47 ( 1 ) page: 13 - 28   2020.3

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  13. Flexibility and optimality in the sensorimotor control of whole-body movement in post-stroke hemiparetic individuals Reviewed

    Yuko Kuramatsu, Yuji Yamamoto, Shin-Ichi Izumi

    Motor Control   Vol. 24 ( 1 ) page: 150 - 167   2020.1

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  14. Can a switching hybrid dynamical system reveal hysteresis in the movements of tennis players?

      Vol. 43 ( 1 ) page: 1 - 8   2020

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  15. Motor control of practice and actual strokes by professional and amateur golfers differ but feature a distance-dependent control strategy Reviewed

    Hasegawa Yumiko, Fujii Keisuke, Miura Akito, Yokoyama Keiko, Yamamoto Yuji

    EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SPORT SCIENCE   Vol. 19 ( 9 ) page: 1204-1213   2019.3

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    DOI: 10.1080/17461391.2019.1595159

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  16. Task constraints and stepping movement of fast-pitch softball hitting Reviewed

    Ryota Takamido, Keiko Yokoyama, Yuji Yamamoto

    PLoS ONE   Vol. 14   page: e0212997   2019.2

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  17. R programs for determining the number of clusters in hierarchical clustering

    YAMAMOTO Yuji, TAKAMIDO Ryota, CHIDORI Kazuhiro, YOKOYAMA Keiko

      Vol. 42 ( 1 ) page: 1 - 6   2019

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    We developed programming codes using R language to determine the optimal number of clusters in the hierarchical clustering method, which were "Upper tail method" and "Jain-Dubes method". The developed R codes were applied to actual data sets, and we confirmed the programming codes and argued these methods to determine the number of clusters.

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    DOI: 10.18999/njhpfs.42.1.1

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  18. Relationship between the group size and estimated power output of cyclists in track cycling points race

    OKUMURA Fumihiro, YOKOYAMA Keiko, YAMAMOTO Yuji

      Vol. 42 ( 1 ) page: 21 - 24   2019

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    In massed start bicycle races, riding in a group to avoid air resistance is profitable for racing cyclist to save their energy consumption. In this study, we estimated cyclists' power output and analyzed the relationship to the group size in a national championship of track cycling points race. The results show that the average velocity of the group increased as the number of riders in a group increased to some extent, but the average velocity of the large group decresed as the size of the group increased. These results suggest that the small groups are formed by cyclists intended to raise the pace and, on the other hand, the large groups are formed to save energy cunsumption by cyclists intended not to raise the pace.

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    DOI: 10.18999/njhpfs.42.1.21

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  19. A Switching Hybrid Dynamical System: Toward Understanding Complex Interpersonal Behavior

    Yamamoto Yuji, Kijima Akifumi, Okumura Motoki, Yokoyama Keiko, Gohara Kazutoshi

    APPLIED SCIENCES-BASEL   Vol. 9 ( 1 )   2018.12

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  20. Dominant landscape using minimum arrival time at football games

    YAMAMOTO Yuji, YOKOYAMA Keiko, KIJIMA Akifumi

      Vol. 41 ( 1 ) page: 5 - 13   2018

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    We developed a new method to clarify the local characteristics of football games using a dominant landscape. The idea is founded on a Voronoi diagram; however, it is calculated using distance between generators. The new method is based on the temporal aspect, and the calculated minimum arrival times to all regions of the football field divided by a square meter for each player. We considered the velocity of the players in each frame by referring to previous research. Then, we calculated the dominant values, which showed how long it would take for each of the six players on the two teams to reach the ball position in every frame. In a successful offensive play, the dominant value of the offensive team was larger than that of the defensive team. This finding implies that momentum, that is, the velocities of offensive players, could be evaluated using this new method.

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    DOI: 10.18999/njhpfs.41.1.5

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  21. Inverse proportional relationship between switching-time length and fractal-like structure for continuous tracking movement Reviewed

    Takehito Hirakawa, Hiroo Suzuki, Kazutoshi Gohara, & Yuji Yamamoto

    International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos   Vol. 27   page: 1730040   2017.12

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  22. Effects of the lateral amplitude and regularity of upper body fluctuation on step time variability evaluated using return map analysis Reviewed

    Kazuhiro Chidori & Yuji Yamamoto

    PLoS ONE   Vol. 12 ( 7 ) page: e0180898   2017.7

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  23. Switching adaptability in human-inspired sidesteps: A minimal model Reviewed

    Keisuke Fujii, Yuki Yoshihara, Hiroko Tanabe, & Yuji Yamamoto

    Frontier in Human Neuroscience   Vol. 11   page: 298   2017.6

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  24. Effects of agent-environment symmetry on the coordination dynamics of triadic jumping Reviewed

    Akifumi Kijima, Hiroyuki Shima, Motoki Okumura, Yuji Yamamoto & Michael J. Richardson

    Frontier in Psychology   Vol. 8   page: 3   2017.2

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  25. Perception of affordance for striking regulates interpersonal distance maneuvers of intermediate and expert players in kendo matches Reviewed

    Motoki Okumura, Akifumi Kijima & Yuji Yamamoto

    Ecological Psychology   Vol. 29   page: 1-22   2017.1

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  26. Resolution of low-velocity control in golf putting differentiates professionals from amateurs

    Hasegawa Yumiko, Fujii Keisuke, Miura Akito, Yamamoto Yuji

    JOURNAL OF SPORTS SCIENCES   Vol. 35 ( 13 ) page: 1239-1246   2017

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  27. 身体運動相談:ひきこもり学生支援の新たな試み

    横山 慶子, 古橋 忠晃, 山本 裕二

    名古屋大学学生相談総合センター紀要   Vol. 17   page: 36-41   2017

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  28. Hitting and waiting positions affect individual decision-making during singles tennis Reviewed

    KUDO Riko, YOKOYAMA Keiko, KUDO Toshimi, YAMAMOTO Yuji

      Vol. 40 ( 1 ) page: 45 - 54   2017

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    The purpose of this study was to examine how individual decision-making is affected by the waiting and hitting positions during singles tennis. The ideal waiting position for the receiver was defined by the hitting position of the opponent, which depended on the depth and width of the hitter's position. The definition was applied to three international men's singles matches, and the constant errors between ideal and actual waiting positions and between ideal waiting positions and the direction of the shots in each rally were determined, as receivers' and hitters' decisionmaking, respectively. The results showed that the number of rallies on the advantage side was more than that on the deuce side, and more crosscourt shots occurred from the advantage side than down-the-line shots; however, shots from the deuce side were directed to both sides. The distribution of the waiting positions for receivers was unimodal; however, the directions of the shots showed a bimodal distribution. These results suggest that the receiver makes a decision depending on the perception of the hitting position of the hitter, and the hitter makes a decision depending on the perception of the receiver's waiting position.

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  29. Characteristics of impact sounds in tennis service among top-level players Reviewed

    ZHANG Dianyu, YOKOYAMA Keiko, YAMAMOTO Yuji

      Vol. 40 ( 1 ) page: 37 - 43   2017

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    The purpose of this study was to identify the characteristics of impact sounds in tennis service and to clarify the common and unique characteristics among 8 top-level tennis players. The sound data was obtained from the matches in The Championships, Wimbledon 2016, and the waveforms of impact sounds in service for 8 male top-level players were collected. The results showed that impact sounds in service had common characteristics of waveforms, which were eight peaks, three clusters in the eight peaks, and the same inter-peaks intervals between both court sides among 8 players, regardless of speed of service, ball direction or other factors which may affect the audio components. Also each player showed his own unique characteristics on the amplitude and duration of the impact sounds.

    DOI: 10.18999/njhpfs.40.1.37

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  30. Football games as coupled oscillation

    YAMAMOTO Yuji, YOKOYAMA Keiko, KIJIMA Akifumi, SHIMA Hiroyuki

      Vol. 40 ( 1 ) page: 1 - 14   2017

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    This study considered the movements of the defense lines and the ball during a football game as a three-coupled oscillation. Each defense line of two opposing teams oscillated with in-phase synchronization, and the length between each defense line and the ball oscillated with anti-phase synchronization. We introduced a three-coupled oscillation model to understand these synchronizations. First, we considered the case in which three masses, m, and four spring constants, k, were equal in a three-coupled oscillation. We calculated the eigenvectors and eigenvalues based on the equation of motion, and we obtained three modes of oscillation as three angular frequencies in the equation. We obtained key parameters when we defined the initial state of the system, which allowed us to solve the equation of motion for three-coupled oscillation. Next, we considered cases in which three masses and four spring constants differed. To confirm the validity of the three-coupled oscillation model, we calculated the distribution of the relative phase between two outer masses, m1 and m3, as defense lines and the length between two outer masses and the middle mass, m2, as each defense line and the ball. The three-coupled oscillations showed similar distributions of the relative phase. However, the periodogram showed distinct periodicity. Thus, a more sophisticated model is needed to understand the behavior of the defense lines and the ball during football games.

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  31. Switching dynamics between two movement patterns varies according to time interval Reviewed

    Takehito Hirakawa, Hiroo Suzuki, Motoki Okumura, Kazutoshi Gohara, & Yuji Yamamoto

    International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos   Vol. 26   page: 1630026   2016.9

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  32. Resilient help to switch and overlap multi-subsystem in a small human group Reviewed

    Keisuke Fujii, Keiko Yokoyama, Takeshi Koyama, Akira Rikukawa, Hiroshi Yamada, Yuji Yamamoto

    Scientific Reports   Vol. 6   page: 23911   2016.4

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  33. Mutual and asynchronous anticipation and action in sports as globally competitive and locally coordinative dynamics Reviewed

    Keisuke Fujii, Tadao Isaka, Motoki Kouzaki, Yuji Yamamoto

    Scientific Reports   Vol. 5   page: 16140   2015.11

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  34. Constrained paths based on the Farey sequence in learning to juggle Reviewed

    Kota Yamamoto, Seijiro Tsusui, & Yuji Yamamoto

    Human Movement Science   Vol. 44   page: 102-110   2015.9

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  35. Robustness to temporal constraint explains expertise in ball-over-net sports Reviewed

    Suzuki, H. and Yamamoto, Y.

      Vol. 41   page: 193-206   2015.3

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  36. Motor control of rhythmic dance from a dynamical systems perspective: A review Reviewed

    Akito Miura, Shinya Fujii, Yuji Yamamoto, Kazutoshi Kudo

    Journal of Dance Medicine & Science   Vol. 19   page: 11-21   2015.3

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  37. Emergence of the self-similarity in football dynamics Reviewed

    A. Kijima, K. Yokoyama, H. Shima, Y. Yamamoto

    European Physical Journal B   Vol. 87   page: 10.1140/epjb/e2014-40987-5   2014.2

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  38. フラクタル次元からみた切替打球動作の巧みさ Reviewed

    鈴木啓央・山本裕二

    スポーツ心理学研究   Vol. 40 ( 2 ) page: 91-108   2013.9

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  39. A critical interpersonal distance switches between two coordination modes in kendo matches Reviewed

    Motoki Okumura, Akifumi Kijima, Koji Kadota, Keiko Yokoyama, Hiroo Suzuki, & Yuji Yamamoto

    PLoS ONE   Vol. 7 ( 12 ) page: e51877   2012.12

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  40. Switching dynamics in an interpersonal competition brings about `deadlock' synchronization of players Reviewed

    Akifumi Kijima, Koji Kadota, Keiko Yokoyama, Motoki Okumura, Hiroo Suzuki, Richard C. Schmidt, & Yuji Yamamoto

    PLoS ONE   Vol. 7 ( 11 ) page: e47911   2012.11

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  41. 身体の動きからヒトを知る Invited

    山本裕二

    精神療法   Vol. 38 ( 5 ) page: 626-633   2012.10

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  42. 関係論的アプローチによる体育の授業デザイン Reviewed

    岡野昇・山本裕二

    学校教育研究   Vol. 27   page: 80-92   2012.7

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  43. Social dynamics of team cooperation in ball sports: evidence from six-player field hockey games Reviewed

    Keiko Yokoyama and Yuji Yamamoto

    Cognitive Studies   Vol. 18 ( 2 ) page: 284-298   2011.6

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  44. *Scale-free property of the passing behaviour in a team sport Reviewed

    Yuji Yamamoto

    International Journal of Sport and Health Science   Vol. 7   page: 86-95   2009.12

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  45. Qualitative changes and controlling factors in ball sports Reviewed

    Keiko Yokoyama and Yuji Yamamoto

    Japanese Journal of Physical Education, Health, and Sports Sciences   Vol. 54   page: 355-365   2009.12

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  46. Brain responses to meaningless postures as measured by near-infrared spectroscopy Reviewed

    H. Ito, H. Saito, T. Shiraishi, H. Shimizu, and Y. Yamamoto

    Neuroreport   Vol. 19   page: 1411-1415   2008.8

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  47. Learning of trunk rotation movement on striking action Reviewed

    Yamamoto Yuji

    Japanese Journal of Physical Education, Health, and Sport Sciences   Vol. 52 ( 4 ) page: 351-360   2007.7

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  48. Binding effect of neighboring human body postures: Evidence from a probe recall task Reviewed

    Ito Hiroshi, Saito Hirofumi, Shiraishi Tomoko, and Yamamoto Yuji

    Cognitive Studies   Vol. 14 ( 2 ) page: 192-205   2007.6

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  49. ダーツ学習過程のゆらぎ

    山本裕二・水藤弘吏・船橋孝恵・横山慶子・今井辰也・鶴原清志・岡本敦・池上康男

    総合保健体育科学   Vol. 30   page: 1-6   2007.3

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    ダーツの学習過程におけるゆらぎをDFAによって分析した

  50. 運動イメージの統御可能性(CMI)テスト・コンピュータグラフィックス(CG)版の妥当性と信頼性の検討

    鶴原清志・山本裕二・岡本敦・今井辰也・水藤弘吏・池上康男

    総合保健体育科学   Vol. 30   page: 15-20   2007.3

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    CMIテストのCG版の信頼性と妥当性を検討した

  51. CMI-CG (Controlability of Mental Imagery Computer Graphics version) の作成

    岡本敦・水藤弘吏・今井辰也・鶴原清志・池上康男・山本裕二

    総合保健体育科学   Vol. 30   page: 7-14   2007.3

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  52. *An alternative approach to the acquisition of a complex motor skill: multiple movement training on tennis stroke Reviewed

    Yuji Yamamoto

    International Journal of Sport and Health Science   Vol. 2   page: 169-179   2004

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    This study examined an alternative approach for acquiring a complex motor skill using constraints. In order to determine the efficacy of two alternatives for learning tennis striking actions, forehand and backhand strokes were practiced over five successive days using two contrasting training methods. The novel, complex training method required repeating forehand and backhand strokes alternately, whereas the traditional, continuous training condition required repeating forehand or backhand strokes as separate series of events. Five subjects were randomly assigned to the two conditions. The striking actions were recorded and analyzed kinematically before and after the training sessions. There were no changes in the range of trunk rotation per se in the continuous training condition, but the center of the range shifted unfavorably in the direction opposite to where the ball was struck, for both forehand and backhand strokes. By contrast, in the complex training condition, the range of trunk rotation increased, and the center of the range shifted favorably in the direction toward which the ball was struck, for both strokes. These differences were confirmed by the trajectories in hyper-cylindrical phase space as dynamical systems. In the complex training group, the forehand and backhand clusters became close to each other after training, while in the continuous training group, the two clusters became separate after training. From a dynamical systems perspective, we argue that the complex training condition achieves its superiority by exploiting the inertia of the trunk rotation movement as a constraint produced by the preceding striking action, whether it be forehand or backhand.

  53. 連続および複合打球動作が打球成績に及ぼす影響:ダイナミカルシステムアプローチからの検討

    山本裕二

    体育学研究   Vol. 47 ( 3 ) page: 243-251   2002

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  54. 新たな運動学習の地平:ダイナミカルシステムアプローチの可能性 Reviewed

    山本裕二

    体育学研究   Vol. 47 ( 2 ) page: 125-140   2002

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  55. 打球動作の運動制御と学習へのダイナミカルシステムアプローチ

    山本裕二

    体育の科学   Vol. 51 ( 3 ) page: 214-219   2001

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  56. ヒューマン・ムーブメント・サイエンスの構築に向けて

    山本裕二

    総合保健体育科学   Vol. 24 ( 1 ) page: 29-36   2001

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  57. Compensatory coordination of release parameters in a throwing task Reviewed

    K. Kudo, S. Tsutsui, T. Ishikura, T. Ito, & Y. Yamamoto

    Journal of Motor Behavior   Vol. 32 ( 4 ) page: 337-345   2000

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  58. Application of a dynamical system approach to the control and the learning at human hitting skills

    Nagoya Journal of Health Physical fitness and Sports   Vol. 22 ( 1 ) page: 1-12   1999

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  59. Dexteraus movement : Continuity and variability of input-output transformation Reviewed

    Cognitive Studies   Vol. 6 ( 3 ) page: 332-345   1999

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  60. What is learned when humans learn hitting movements? Computational and dynamic system approaches Reviewed

    Tokai Annual Report of Health and Physical Education   Vol. 21   page: 15-30   1999

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  61. What and why is difficult on tennis skill learning for novices? : Evidence from self-checklist Reviewed

    Japanese Journal of Sport Psychology   Vol. 23 ( 1 ) page: 7-15   1996

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  62. Case study for learning of hitting skill in human movement Reviewed

    Cognitive Studies   Vol. 3 ( 3 ) page: 87-98   1996

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  63. The relation between preparatory stance and trunk rotation movements Reviewed

    Yuji Yamamoto

    Human Movement Science   Vol. 15   page: 899-908   1996

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  64. Analysis of timing and spacing error an volley in tennis

    Nagoya Journal of Health, Physical fitness & Sports   Vol. 17 ( 1 ) page: 41-50   1994

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  65. A case study of mental training for women's soft tennis players : On sport counselor-player relationship

      Vol. 17   page: 87-103   1993

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  66. Relationship between egostates and performance in 470 class yacht races

    Bulletin of Faculty of Education in Mie University : Nature Science   Vol. 44   page: 85-91   1993

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  67. Analysis of timing response on the selective force reproduction

    Research Journal of Physical Education. Chukyo University   Vol. 32   page: 1   1990

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  68. A re-examination of inverted-U hypothesis by attentional narrowing phenomenon Reviewed

    Japanese Journal of Physical Education   Vol. 30   page: 2   1985

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Books 10

  1. Dynamical System Approach to Human Complex Movement

    Yuji Yamamoto( Role: Sole author)

    University of Tokyo Press  2005.12 

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  2. Interpersonal Coordination and Performance in Social Systems

    Yuji Yamamoto, Motoki Okumura, Keiko Yokoyama, Akifumi Kijima( Role: Contributor)

    Routledge   2016.9  ( ISBN:978-1-138-90108-7

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  3. よくわかるスポーツ心理学

    中込四郎,伊藤豊彦,山本裕二(編著)( Role: Joint author)

    ミネルヴァ書房  2012.3 

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  4. 考えて強くなるソフトテニストータルデザイン

    水野哲也・山本裕二・井箟敬・工藤敏巳・杉山貴義( Role: Joint author)

    大修館書店  2008.4 

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  5. ジュニアスポーツの心理学

    市村操一・杉山佳生・山本裕二( Role: Joint author)

    大修館書店  2008.1 

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  6. Qualitative analysis of human movement

    ( Role: Joint author)

    2007.8 

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  7. スポーツ心理学:からだ・運動と心の接点

    中込四郎・山本裕二・伊藤豊彦( Role: Joint author)

    培風館  2007.6 

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    身体運動を手がかりとした新たな人間理解を促すであろうスポーツ心理学について,多岐にわたる領域をバランスよく解説し,その全体像を描くことを目指したもの.

  8. 運動行動の学習と制御

    兄井彰,乾信之,大場渉,奥村基生,門田浩二,木島章文,工藤和俊,関矢寛史,武田守弘,筒井清次郎,樋口貴広,平川武仁,麓信義,松尾知之,村越真,森司郎,山本裕二( Role: Joint author)

    杏林書院  2006.10 

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  9. 安定性にもとづく動きの可能性「運動心理学の展開」

    山本裕二( Role: Joint author)

    遊戯社  2001 

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  10. スポーツ心理学の世界

    杉原隆,船越正康,工藤孝幾,中込四郎(編)( Role: Joint author)

    福村出版  2000.10 

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Presentations 6

  1. スポーツ心理学とスポーツ心理学会 Invited

    山本裕二

    日本スポーツ心理学会第47回大会  2020.11.14  日本スポーツ心理学会

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    Event date: 2020.11

  2. A dynamical system approach for understanding collective behaviors in sports Invited International conference

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    Event date: 2019.10

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  

    Country:Japan  

  3. Understanding complex human behavior from a dynamical systems perspective Invited International conference

    Yuji Yamamoto

    14th International Society of Sports Psychology World Congress 

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    Event date: 2017.7

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Venue:Sevilla, Spain   Country:Spain  

  4. From Laboratory to Active Fields in Motor Control and Learning Research: Dynamical System Approach International conference

    Yamamoto Y.

    7th Asian-South Pacific Association of Sport Psychology International Congress 

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    Event date: 2014.8

    Language:English   Presentation type:Oral presentation (invited, special)  

    Country:Japan  

  5. 運動発達のアフォーダンス事典:体育や身体運動の発達における,発達を促進するアフォーダンス環境について Invited

    山本 裕二

    日本心理学会第81回大会  2017.9.9 

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  6. 対人・集団スポーツを組織化する情報 Invited

    山本 裕二

    情報学シンポジウム2018  2018.12.22 

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Research Project for Joint Research, Competitive Funding, etc. 2

  1. ヒトと動きを協調するロボットの制御則

    Grant number:R02/B08  2020.4 - 2021.3

    東北大学電気通信研究所共同研究プロジェクト 

    加納剛史

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    Grant amount:\340000

  2. サッカースキル獲得のための「もぐらたたき型パストレーナー」の開発

    2007.4 - 2008.3

    ヤマハ発動機スポーツ振興財団 

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    子どもたちに,ゲーム感覚で遊びながらサッカーのパス技術を獲得できるような,遊具であり,トレーニング器具であるといった練習用具の開発を目指す.具体的には,もぐらたたき型パストレーナーの開発である.これは,正確にパス方向を判断をした上でタイミングを一致させるようにボールをける能力の向上を目指す.壁の向きを変え,ターゲットを複数設置することによってパスの角度が変わり,結果的には移動しながら左右の足でのワンタッチコントロールの技術を獲得するとともに,移動ターゲットを呈示するタイミングを可変式にすることと,Go-NoGo課題を組み合わせることによって,サッカーで重要な有効な視野の確保だけでなく,そのための良い身体の向き(good body shape)と同時に判断する能力とパス技術をも獲得することが期待される.

KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 11

  1. 集団協応の数理構造に基づく身体的社会性の仮想空間育成システム

    Grant number:20H04090  2020.4 - 2025.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(B)

    木島 章文

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    記号やモノのつながりだけではなく,その場で息を合わせて行う行為もまたこの世界を創る重要なつながりである.与えられた場に集まる仲間の様々な(心理的)個性が,自他の(物理的)立ち位置を理解して,共通の目的に向かって協力する.我々はこの基盤をなす知性を身体的社会性と呼び,その育成を体育が取り組むべき教育課題と考える.
    この発想に基づき,仮想現実空間を用いて身体的社会性の育成環境を実現しようと考えた.具体的には,代表者らが検討してきたヒトの三者跳躍課題の幾何学環境をVR空間に構築し,実験的に個性を操作できる人工エージェントとの関わりを通して,ヒトの身体的社会性を育成する教育システムを実現する.

  2. Control and learning principle for interpersonal motor skill

    Grant number:20H00572  2020.4 - 2024.3

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    Grant amount:\45370000 ( Direct Cost: \34900000 、 Indirect Cost:\10470000 )

  3. Dynamics of interpersonal competition using biological motion

    Grant number:17H02152  2017.4 - 2020.3

    Yamamoto Yuji

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    Grant amount:\17550000 ( Direct Cost: \13500000 、 Indirect Cost:\4050000 )

    This study examined the effect of manipulating advanced kinematic information about opponents' pitching movement on ball speed prediction, ball speed perception, and impact timing errors using the real video clips and the biological motion. Under both real video clips and whole body biological motion, batters tended to predict the ball was moving faster when the pitching movement was faster, incorrectly predicting the ball speed due to the difference in advanced kinematic information also biased batters’ perception of the speed, and this biased prediction yielded congruent impact timing. However, the biological motion condition which occluded the both arms did not support these results. It argued that we could anticipate and perceive the other's movements based on the faster distal movements, and act using other's movement dynamics.

  4. Goal forecast in football games as bifurcation phenomena

    Grant number:16K12994  2016.4 - 2019.3

    YAMAMOTO YUJI

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    Grant amount:\3640000 ( Direct Cost: \2800000 、 Indirect Cost:\840000 )

    At first, we considered the movements of the defense lines and the ball during a football game as a three-coupled oscillation. We introduced a three-coupled oscillation model to understand synchronizations between the defense lines and the ball. As a result of a simulation, the three-coupled oscillations showed similar distributions of the relative phase to real matches. However, the periodogram showed distinct periodicity.
    Next, we developed a new method to clarify the local characteristics of football games using a dominant landscape. The idea is founded on a Voronoi diagram. However, the new method is based on the temporal aspect, and the calculated minimum arrival times to all regions of the football field divided by a square meter for each player. We calculated the dominant values, which showed how long it would take for each of the six players on the two teams to reach the ball position in every frame. The results suggest that the initial value for goals would be more important.

  5. Exploring Possibility of Skill Scoring using Motion Sensory BigData

    Grant number:15K12639  2015.4 - 2018.3

    Yamagiwa Shinichi

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    The popular applications in the sports market have been using human movement data acquired by small sensors. The conventional biomechanics and sports science field define human movement by mathematical average model derived from featured points of the movement. Parameters selected from the model are applied to the final model provision. However, if the model can be found without applying such parameters, breakthrough can be provided to the new movement analysis method that accelerates health management and skill analysis. This research project applies a machine learning approach to human movement bigdata such as movies and sensor data recorded from human movement and tries to find a new method that automatically build a skill model.

  6. スポーツに心理的距離は存在するか

    Grant number:25560315  2013.4 - 2016.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金  挑戦的萌芽研究

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    標的照準課題(ゴルフなど)において,物理的距離と心理的距離が等価であるか否かを,運動学的変数と知覚変数から明らかにする.そこには,知覚的歪みに基づく,運動の歪みの存在を仮定するものである.

  7. 競創ダイナミクスの統合的理解

    Grant number:24240085  2012.4 - 2016.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(A)

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  8. 集団ダイナミクスを可視聴化により探る

    Grant number:22650146  2010.4 - 2013.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金  挑戦的萌芽研究

    山本 裕二

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  9. スポーツ技能の獲得・向上への力学系理論からの統合的理解

    Grant number:20240060  2008.4 - 2012.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(A)

    山本裕二

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    スポーツ技能のような複雑な身体運動に対しては,従来の機械論的なとらえ方ではなく,複雑な振る舞いを要素間の相互作用に基づく自己組織的な創発現象としてとらえる力学系理論からの検討が有効であり,本研究では,スポーツ技能を力学系理論から統合的に理解し,その獲得,向上,指導に寄与することを目的とする.

  10. 運動イメージの可視化技術を用いた運動学習支援システムの開発

    Grant number:17300206  2005.5 - 2008.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(B)

    山本裕二

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    運動イメージを可視化することによって,運動開始前に運動イメージの修正を行ったり,運動終了後に実際の遂行結果との照合を行うことによって運動学習を支援するシステムを構築することを目指す

  11. 「わかっているができない」現象の情報処理過程の解明

    2002.5 - 2006.3

    科学研究費補助金  萌芽研究,課題番号:15650126

    山本裕二

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    運動場面において見られる様々な「わかっているができない」現象をとらえ,その情報処理過程を解明する

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Industrial property rights 2

  1. トレーニング器具

    横山慶子,山本裕二,田渕規之,上向井千佳子, 鈴木大介

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    Applicant:美津濃株式会社, 国立大学法人名古屋大学

    Application no:特願2015-140137  Date applied:2015.7

    Country of applicant:Domestic  

  2. トレーニング用具

    横山慶子, 山本裕二, 田渕規之, 鈴木大介, 上向井千佳子

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    Application no:特願2015-140137  Date applied:2015.7

    Date announced:2020.6

    Patent/Registration no:特許6722905  Date registered:2020.6 

 

Teaching Experience (On-campus) 12

  1. 健康・スポーツ科学講義

    2009

  2. 運動学習科学

    2020

  3. Exercise and Sports II (Tennis)

    2011

  4. Exercise and Sports I (Tennis)

    2011

  5. Exercise and Sports I (Tennis)

    2011

  6. Exercise and Sports I (Table tennis)

    2011

  7. Health and Sports Science: Lecture

    2011

  8. Exercise and Sports II (Tennis)

    2011

  9. Exercise and Sports I (Tennis)

    2011

  10. Exercise and Sports II (Adapted Sport)

    2011

  11. Exercise and Sports II (Tennis)

    2011

  12. Exercise and Sports II (Tennis)

    2011

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Teaching Experience (Off-campus) 2

  1. スポーツ科学研究法2

    2007.4 - 2008.3 中京大学大学院)

  2. 体育心理学

    2007.4 - 2008.3 東海学園大学)

 

Social Contribution 6

  1. スポーツ心理学とは?

    Role(s):Lecturer

    日本スポーツ心理学会  市民向け公開講座  2020.2

  2. 自分で気づけば,人生変わる!

    Role(s):Lecturer

    小牧市立北里中学校  生き方講演会  2019.1

  3. 自分で気づけば運動は上手くなる

    Role(s):Lecturer

    日本スポーツ心理学会  市民向け公開講座  2018.11

  4. (仮称)龍北総合運動場整備事業者選定審査委員

    Role(s):Advisor

    岡崎市  2017.4 - 2018.3

  5. 名古屋市スポーツ振興審議会委員

    Role(s):Advisor

    2006.5 - 2016.5

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    名古屋市スポーツ振興審議会において,委員として名古屋市のスポーツ施策等の審議を行う

  6. 特定非営利活動法人日本総合スポーツ&セキュリティ支援協会理事

    2004.4

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Media Coverage 8

  1. サッカー上手くなりたければ3人でパス練習を! Newspaper, magazine

    中日スポーツ  2012.1

  2. サッカーにもハブ存在 ただし固定せず Internet

    サイエンスポータル編集ニュース  2012.1

  3. 『司令塔』時間に応じ交替 Newspaper, magazine

    中日新聞  2011.12

  4. スポーツ3人連携パターン 名大など対称性理論で解明 Newspaper, magazine

    日刊工業新聞  2011.10

  5. 人間関係 サッカーに学べ Newspaper, magazine

    毎日新聞夕刊  2011.10

  6. 独りよがりは団体球技に向かない Internet

    サイエンスポータル編集ニュース  2011.10

  7. 上級者は正三角形維持 Newspaper, magazine

    中日新聞  2011.10

  8. 名大など,スポーツで3者が互いに感じて動く連係動作を対称性の破れで証明 Internet

    マイナビニュース  2011.10

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