Professor, Faculty of Letters, Chuo University
Area of Specialization: Neuropsychology
Akira Midorikawa was born in Tokyo in 1971. He graduated from the Chuo University Faculty of Letters in 1995. He completed the Doctoral Program in the Chuo University Graduate School of Letters in 2002. He holds a PhD in education. He is currently researching both positive and negative changes associated with brain functional disorders. His major written works include Clinical Neuropsychology
(co-written/edited; Ishiyaku Pub, Inc. 2018), The Neuropsychology of Music
(Igaku-Shoin Ltd., 2013), as well as the thesis The Emergence of Artistic Ability Following Traumatic Brain Injury
(co-written; Neurocase, 2014) and more.