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Adaptive Brain Lab


I have a multi-disciplinary background in cognitive neuroscience, physics and engineering, and considerable research experiences in both academic and industrial environments.

My research activities encompass various perspectives of vision science and motor control and also applied fields including human-robot interaction. I am interested in how the brain integrates multisensory signa and responds to the world optimally. To investigate the mechanisms, I employ psychophysical approaches, behavioural and psychophysiological measurements, and brain stimulation. I joined the lab in 2022 as a research assistant. I am delighted to be working as a team member and to keep learning advance technologies in brain science.




Key publications: 

Takahashi, Azad, Rajasekaran, Babic, & Mistry. (2022). Human stiffness perception and learning in interacting with compliant environments. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 16: 841901.

Mollon, Takahashi, & Danilova. (2022). What kind of network is the brain? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 26(4), 312-324. doi:10.1016/j.tics.2022.01.007

Takahashi, Mollon, & Danilova. (2020). Separation in the visual field has divergent effects on discriminating the speed and the direction of motion. Current Biology, 30(20), R1250-R1251. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2020.08.085

Takahashi & Watt (2017). Optimal visual-haptic integration with articulated tools. Experimental Brain Research, 235, 1361-1373.

Braithwaite, Mevorach, & Takahashi. (2015). Stimulating the aberrant brain: Evidence for increased cortical hyperexcitability from a tDCS study of individuals predisposed to anomalous perceptions. Cortex, 69, 1-13.

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