Chisato Suzuki

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Although previous studies have suggested the importance of the bilateral anterior temporal (ATL) and medial temporal lobes (MTL) in the retrieval of person identity information, there is little evidence concerning how these regions differentially contribute to the process. Here we investigated this question using functional magnetic resonance imaging(More)
Episodic memory retrieval and reasoning are fundamental psychological components of our daily lives. Although previous studies have investigated the brain regions associated with these processes separately, the neural mechanisms of reasoning based on episodic memory retrieval are largely unknown. Here, we investigated the neural correlates underlying(More)
Although rare, second-generation antipsychotic drugs cause severe hyperglycemia within several days after the initiation of therapy. Because glucose tolerance exhibits circadian rhythmicity, we evaluated an effect of a dosing-time on quetiapine-induced acute hyperglycemia in mice. A single intraperitoneal dose of quetiapine dosing-time-independently induced(More)
BACKGROUND Information sharing is one of the most important means of public health nurses collaborating with other healthcare professionals and community members. There are complicated ethical issues in the process. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES To describe the ethical dilemmas associated with client information sharing that Japanese public health nurses experience(More)
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