Kanagawa Dental University (2012 – ongoing)

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Dr. Isao Yamamoto of Kanagawa Dental University, Dr. Susumu Mukai of Mukai Clinic and we are studying the features of crying peculiar to infants with tongue adhesions (ADEL) for infants.

We had cooperated with Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research Project in the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, which titled “Software development of early detection for for abused high-risk children by evaluating crying sounds and improvement in night crying by correction of the glosso-larynx” for 3 years from 2014 to 2016.

In addition, Dr. Yamamoto, Dr. Tokuno team, and we are studying stress intensity measurement by voice for mental care in identity confirmation work of the body.

We had cooperated with Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research Project, which titled “Measurement of stress level to prevent post-traumatic stress disorder by identity check of bodies” for 3 years from 2017 to 2019. The results of collaborative research are as follows.

Paper

  1. Higuchi M, Yamamoto I, Omiya Y, Shinohara S, Nakamura M, Hagiwara H, Takano T, Mitsuyoshi S, Tokuno S., Measurement of Stress Level to Prevent Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Developed by Identifying Dead Bodies. ESMSJ (Econophysics, Sociophysics & other Multidisciplinary Sciences Journal) 7 (1) 2017; 13-18

International Conferences(Poster)

  1. Omiya Y, Shinohara S, Higuchi M, Nakamura M, Mitsuyoshi S, Yamamoto I, Tokuno S, Stress evaluation using voice in dental identification work of dead body. Neuroscience 2017 (Washington) 2017.11.11-15
  2. Higuchi M, Yamamoto I, Omiya Y, Shinohara S, Nakamura M, Hagiwara H, Takano T, Mitsuyoshi S, Tokuno S., Measurement of Stress Level to Prevent Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Developed by Identifying Dead Bodies. International Workshop EDEN (Exploratory Domains of Econophysics News) – IX (Pitesity), 2017.10.14

 

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