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  • <Practical Report>Application of Stimulus Fading and Contingency Management with the Introduction of Clinic-based Behavioral Intervention for a Child with Selective Mutism  [in Japanese]

    趙 成河 , 河内山 冴 , 園山 繁樹 , Sungha CHO , Sae KOUCHIYAMA , Shigeki SONOYAMA

    … The dependent variables included the level of speech, facial expression, and body movement, under the various conditions; … The speech began to increase in the free activity with sub-therapist, and spontaneous speech was observed in the playing school with main-therapist. … No body movement was observed in any session. …

    障害科学研究 = Japanese Journal of Disability Sciences (43), 183-192, 2019-03-31


  • Application of Stimulus Fading and Contingency Management with the Introduction of Clinic-based Behavioral Intervention for a Child with Selective Mutism  [in Japanese]

    CHO Sungha , KOUCHIYAMA Sae , SONOYAMA Shigeki

    <p>本研究では、場面緘黙を示す幼児1名を対象とし、大学教育相談室での行動的介入の最初の導入期2セッションを含め、その後の心理治療の展開初期までの計10セッションの教育相談場面での手続きを報告し、その結果から刺激フェイディング法及び随伴性マネジメントの効果を検証することを目的とした。介入手続きは、プレイルームで一緒に活動する人と活動時間を刺激フェイディング法に基づいて調整した。従属変数 …

    Japanese Journal of Disability Sciences 43(1), 183-192, 2019


  • Clinical Nurses' Views of Caring for Patients with Consciousness Disturbance::Analysis of Group Interviews with Nurses  [in Japanese]

    Tsuchiya Ryoko , Mikami Kasumi , Aizu Keiko , Nishizawa Yoshiko

    意識障害のある患者に対する看護師の観察の実態を明らかにすることを目的に,22名の看護師のグループインタビューの結果の言語分析および主成分分析を行った。観察時の着眼点は【身体の部分】【バイタルサイン】【日々の状態比較】【患者の認識力・意思表出】【動作・反応】【意識レベル】【表情】【苦痛】【四肢の動き】【皮膚の状態】【口の動き・発語】【眼の動き】【精神状態】【神経学的徴候】【症状・病態】【生活環境】の …

    Journal of Japan Society of Nursing Research 40(4), 4_613-4_621, 2017


  • Sit-to-Stand Motion Analysis Using Multiobjective Genetic Algorithm Based on Musculoskeletal Model Simulation

    Yokota Hiroki , Ohshima Shigemichi , Mizuno Naoki

    … The numerical optimization results indicate that by placing the feet under the chair prior to standing (not bending the upper body visibly forward) during the sit-to-stand movement, it is possible to reduce stress on the knee joints and muscles. … Next, two types of sit-to-stand movements performed by five healthy male subjects were analyzed: spontaneous sitting-to-standing and imitated sitting-to-standing using the optimized motion. …

    IEEJ Journal of Industry Applications 5(3), 236-244, 2016


  • Embracing in a Wild Group of Yakushima Macaques (Macaca fuscata yakui) as an Example of Social Customs

    Nakagawa Naofumi , Matsubara Miki , Shimooka Yukiko , Nishikawa Mari

    ニホンザル初の社会的慣習を発見. 京都大学プレスリリース. 2015-02-10.

    Current Anthropology 56(1), 104-120, 2015-02


  • A repeated dose 28-day oral toxicity study of β-bromostyrene in rats

    Ono Atsushi , Hirose Akihiko , Kobayashi Katsumi , Serizawa Hideki , Kawamura Tomoko , Kato Hina , Matsumoto Mariko , Takahashi Mika , Hirata-Koizumi Mutsuko , Matsushima Yuko

    … In the 500 mg/kg group, decrease in spontaneous movement was observed in all males and females on the first dosing day, and one female rat died on Day 3. … There were no significant changes in body weight or food consumption. …

    Fundamental Toxicological Sciences 2(4), 191-200, 2015

    J-STAGE  Ichushi Web 

  • Overdose of D-serine Induces Movement Disorder and Neuromuscular Changes of Zebrafish Larvae

    Chen Xing-Guang , Wang Yun-Hsin , Wen Chi-Chung , Chen Yau-Hung

    … After D-serine injection (100–1000 ppm), the most evident defective phenotypes were bent trunk phenotypes, including malformed somite boundary, twisted body axis and shorter body length. … In addition, D-serine-injected embryos exhibited significantly reduced the frequencies of spontaneous in-chorion contraction (21.7 for 0 ppm vs. 18.3–0.9 for 100–1000 ppm D-serine, n=30) in comparison with mock-treated controls (0 ppm). …

    Journal of Toxicologic Pathology 27(1), 19-24, 2014

    J-STAGE  Ichushi Web 

  • Eye-blink behaviors in 71 species of primates.

    Tada Hideoki , Omori Yasuko , Hirokawa Kumi , Ohira Hideki , Tomonaga Masaki

    … We video-recorded 141 individuals across 71 primate species and analyzed the blink rate, blink duration, and "isolated" blink ratio (i.e., blinks without eye or head movement) in relation to activity rhythms, habitat types, group size, and body size factors. … The results showed close relationships between three types of eye-blink measures and body size factors. … All of these measures increased as a function of body weight. …

    PloS one 8(5), 2013-05-31


  • Sitting Posture Improved by Ink Brushing as Physical Therapy in a Patient with Parkinson’s Disease  [in Japanese]

    KUNIEDA Hideki , MURAO Kunihiko , ISHIHAMA Takashi

    Spontaneous movement was deficient and a masked face was evident. … When the patient shifted his weight to the right side, a sudden increase in right flexion of the trunk and forceful right upper limb movement were observed. … Physical therapy included stretching the shortened muscles and shifting the body weight in the sitting position with the goal of improving the oblique abdominal muscle control. …

    Journal of Kansai Physical Therapy 12(0), 69-75, 2012


  • Rethinking forest of oppression: body, speech and realism in Japanese documentary films of the late 1960s  [in Japanese]

    畑 あゆみ , Hata Ayumi

    … This paper will examine how Japanese committed documentary films of the late 1960s were particularly associated with the realism shared in the contemporary society of their time, due to their representation of individual bodies and spontaneous speech. … Intensive agitation against the revision of the 1951 U.S.-Japan Security Treaty (known as the 1960 Anpo tôsô) marked the height of the postwar leftist movement in Japan, mobilizing not only activist-students but also a large number of workers and city dwellers of all ages. …

    Juncture (1), 182-194, 2010-01

    IR  DOI 


    IWAMATSU Toshiya , ASADA Hideo , FUKAI Yuuki , FUKUDA Hideaki , SHUKUYA Masanori

    … The subjects accepted the indoor thermal environment with high relative humidity over 70 % provided that both of the mean radiant and air temperatures kept at 29°C and the air movement exceeds 0.15m/s. … We also calculated the human-body exergy balance for indoor thermal conditions that the subjects voted most for “comfort”. … Under such a condition, the cool radiant exergy received by the human body was approximately 30mW/m<sup>2</sup> …

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ) 75(653), 585-594, 2010


  • Anesthesia for Foreign Body Aspiration in a Child: A Case of Sasage-Bean Aspiration  [in Japanese]

    KUWABARA Atsushi , SHIINA Kyouko , ISEZAKI Hiromi , ISHIKAWA Mutsuko , MORIOKA Nobutada , OZAKI Makoto

      症例は1歳, 男児. 赤飯を食べさせた際咳き込み, その後喘鳴出現. 胸部X線写真, CTにて気管支異物と診断され異物除去術施行となった. チオペンタール, セボフルランにて導入. 術中は筋弛緩薬を投与し, 調節呼吸下に管理した. 3.1mm気管支ファイバーを用いた吸引操作にて異物除去に成功した. 摘出異物は硬く, 関東の赤飯に入れられることの多い「ささげ豆」であった. 術後肺炎症状 …



  • Research of the Switch Operation by Voluntary Blinks Utilizing EOG  [in Japanese]

    OHYA Tetsuya , YAMASHITA Kazuhiko , KOYAMA Hironori , KAWASUMI Masashi

    … ALS attacks the motor neurons, nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord that control the body's voluntary muscles. … Eye blinks can be classified into voluntary blink and spontaneous blink. … If the spontaneous blink is considered as operation of a switch, there are many incorrect inputs. … Because the spontaneous blink things happen unconsciously. … Therefore, the spontaneous blink is not suitable as operation of a switch. …

    Transactions of Japanese Society for Medical and Biological Engineering 46(2), 254-260, 2008


  • Development of neurological and cognitive functions  [in Japanese]

    Watanabe Hama , Taga Gentaro

    … In order to understand neurological and cognitive development, we observed movement pattern of an infant longitudinally under the two different situations. … In the spontaneous movement session, we observed spontaneous movements of the infant. … In the mobile session, we studied inter-limb movement patterns when the infant attempted moving a mobile using a string attached to his arm and we tested retention of his learning. …

    Journal of Human Environmental Studies 4(1), 45-60, 2006


  • Body Weight Bearing on the Paretic Leg in Sit to Stand Movement of Stroke Patients  [in Japanese]

    UESUGI Mutsumi , AKIYAMA Sumikazu

    片麻痺患者では麻痺側下肢の荷重量を免荷した立ち上がり動作が観察される。本研究は片麻痺患者の立ち上がり動作練習についての基礎的研究として,片麻痺患者4名に対して立ち上がり動作時の意識的な下肢の荷重配分が荷重量,足圧中心に及ぼす影響を検討した。測定条件は,通常の立ち上がり動作(Normal),両側下肢の均等荷重を意識した立ち上がり動作(E50%),麻痺側下肢の荷重量を体重の60%に調節した立ち上がり動 …

    Rigakuryoho Kagaku 21(2), 115-120, 2006


  • The development through DOSA Method in a girl with severe mental retardation who can not stand upright : Learning the movement and the progress in daily activities and mental condition  [in Japanese]

    秋津 容子 , 石川 尚子

    … Her body showed hypertonia and she flopped and walked heavily with her standing posture like a reversed hiragana'く'. … Though she was unconscious of her own body and reluctant to exercises at the beginning, she became conscious of her body and addressed the trainings while she moved her body, being helped by her trainer. …

    日本女子体育大学紀要 35, 55-64, 2005-03

    IR  DOI  Ichushi Web 

  • Vestibular compensation in the eye movements of goldfish evoked by body tilt

    Iwata Kaori , Takabayashi Akira

    … Vertical and torsional eye movements evoked by body tilt were video recorded and analyzed frame-by-frame using personal computer. … In normal fish, largest vertical eye movements were evoked by left- or right-ward body tilt and the largest torsional eye movements were evoked by head up or head down body tilt. … After removal of left otolith, spontaneous nystagmus was not observed in the goldfish following recovery from the surgery. …

    Proceedings of Annual Meeting of the Physiological Society of Japan 2005(0), S229-S229, 2005


  • Firing Profile of the Single Unit Activity in the Paraventricular Nucleus Region of Hypothalamus Associated with Sleep-Wake Cycle in the Conscious Rat.

    Kunitake Takato , Kannan Hiroshi

    … During rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, these neurons were strongly inhibited. … Second group showed that a firing profile were relatively closed to heart rate (HR) changing associated with spontaneous behavioral movement. … Third group showed a low spontaneous firing rate less than approximately 5 Hz and not associated with body movement, wakefullness and non REM sleep. …

    Proceedings of Annual Meeting of the Physiological Society of Japan 2005(0), S195-S195, 2005


  • Anesthetic management of a schizophrenic patient with a medical history of neuroleptic malignant syndrome

    Saito Nobuo , Nishiwaki Kimitoshi

    悪性症候群の既往をもつ向精神薬長期服用患者の全身麻酔管理を経験したので報告する.<BR>患者は48歳の男性で, 統合失調症にて向精神薬を6年間服用中に, 2度にわたる悪性症候群発症の既往があった. 両側の手指の不随意運動, 体幹の背屈, 頸部の後屈を認めたが, 術前に幻覚, 妄想などの精神症状はほとんど出現せず, 日常生活に支障はなかった. 陳旧性両側顎関節前方脱臼に対して両側顎関節形 …

    Journal of Japanese Society of Dentistry for Medically Compromised Patient 14(3), 229-233, 2005


  • A study of an amateur theater movement during the Second World War in Japan : Spontaneity, the dilemma of a general mobilization system  [in Japanese]

    OGAWA Chikashi

    近年,戦時下の総動員体制についての研究が深められるなかで,それが単に上からの強圧的な支配のみによって成立したのではなく,民衆の自発性によっても基礎付けられようとしていたことが強調されている。むろん,日本の場合,総体的にみれば1930年代後半以降の総動員体制がきわめて抑圧的なものであることは明白であり,教育の領域も教化的な色彩が強い。したがって,そこに民衆の自発性をゆるす余地は大きいとは言えないかも …

    Waseda review of education 18(1), 1-23, 2004

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