Makoto Chikaraishi

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Somatotrophs (GH cells) were classified immunoelectron microscopically into three types mainly on the basis of the size of secretory granules in the mouse pituitary of ICR strain. Type I cells contained large secretory granules. Type II cells contained both large secretory granules and small secretory granules. Type III cells contained small secretory(More)
This paper attempts to examine the variation properties of time use behavior based on a multilevel MDCEV model, which describes both activity participation and time allocation behavior by incorporating various variance components. In this study, five major variation components are dealt with, including inter-individual, inter-household, temporal, spatial,(More)
This study explores spillover effects of Mobility Management (MM) by investigating (1) whether a specific environmental education policy, MM, can stimulate a different aspect of pro-social behavior (electricity consumption in this study), and (2) whether MM intervention group shows the different behavioral modifications by the Great East Japan Earthquake(More)
Some laboratory experiments based on driving simulators have been reported that provision of traffic safety warning at signalized intersection approaches can result in safer driving behavior. To see the influence of the in-vehicle real-time traffic safety warning information on driving stability at signalized intersection approach, a field driving(More)
This study proposes a concept for multithread active vision sensing that can measure dynamically changing displacement and vibration at multiple points on civil engineering structures. In multithread active vision sensing, a high-speed camera can function virtually as multiple tracking cameras by accelerating its measurement, computation, and actuation with(More)
Because of the decline of physical abilities of the elderly, their mobility is more vulnerable to topographical factors than younger population groups. However, topographical factors have been neglected in studies on travel behavior, and elderly people’s heterogeneous responses to topographical factors remain unknown. To fill this research gap, this study(More)
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