Jie-Jun Tseng

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The neuropeptide galanin (GAL) is coexpressed by the majority of noradrenergic neurons in the rat locus ceruleus (LC) and may function as an inhibitory modulator of noradrenergic transmission. Because estrogen has been shown to induce GAL expression in other brain regions and modulate noradrenergic transmission, we used in situ hybridization histochemistry(More)
We conduct a market experiment with human agents in order to explore the structure of transaction networks and to study the dynamics of wealth accumulation. The experiment is carried out on our platform for 97 days with 2,095 effective participants and 16,936 times of transactions. From these data, the hybrid distribution (log-normal bulk and power-law(More)
We study the neutrino-photon processes such as γγ → ν ¯ ν and νγ → νγ in a background magnetic field smaller than the critical magnetic field B c ≡ m 2 e /e. Using Schwinger's proper-time method, we extract leading magnetic-field contributions to the above processes. Our result is valid throughout the kinematic regime where both neutrino and photon energies(More)
Human activities can play a crucial role in the statistical properties of observables in many complex systems such as social, technological and economic systems. We demonstrate this by looking into the heavy-tailed distributions of observables in fatal plane and car accidents. Their origin is examined and can be understood as stochastic processes that are(More)
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