Seido Ooki

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In recent years, a new stick-type odor identification test, the odor-stick identification test for Japanese (OSIT-J) has been developed in Japan. Thirteen odors familiar to Japanese people are used in this test. The OSIT-J is an olfactory discrimination test and is significantly correlated with the average recognition threshold of T & T olfactometry, which(More)
This study was conducted to clarify the genetic and environmental factors for some problem behaviors during sleep in childhood, namely sleep talking, half-sleeping, night terrors and nocturnal enuresis. The subjects were 881 pairs of twins, consisting of 609 monozygotic (279 male-male, 330 female-female) and 272 dizygotic (86 male-male, 84 female-female,(More)
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