YAMADA Hiroshi

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Name
YAMADA Hiroshi
Affiliation
Rakuno Gakuen University
Section
College of Agriculture,Food and Environment Sciences Department of Sustainable Agriculture

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Published Papers

 
Shigeru MORITA, Shinji HOSHIBA, Michio KOMIYA, Keiji TAKAHASHI, Hiroshi YAMADA
Animal Behaviour and Management   53(3) 91-97   May 2017   [Refereed]
KOIKE Takayuki, YAMADA Hiroshi, KANEKI Noriaki, KAMIMURA Hironobu
Transactions of Japan Society of Kansei Engineering   12(1) 229-237   2013
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether peppermint and orange reduce psychological stress and enhance concentration of attention during mental arithmetic. Ten male students participated in this study performed mental arithmetic test t...
KOIKE Takayuki, YAMADA Hiroshi, KANEKI Noriaki, KAMIMURA Hironobu
The Japanese journal of taste and smell research   18(3) 587-590   Dec 2011
KAMIMURA Hironobu, KANEKI Noriaki, YAMADA Hiroshi, UOZUMI Takashi, SASAKI Haruki
The Japanese journal of taste and smell research   17(3) 449-452   Dec 2010
ISHIKAWA Takako, UCHIDA Yoshiko, YAMADA Kouzi
Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association   52(3) 183-186   Mar 1999

Misc

 
KOIKE Takayuki, YAMADA Hiroshi, KANEKI Noriaki, KAMIMURA Hironobu
The Japanese journal of taste and smell research   17(3) 483-486   Dec 2010
SHINMATSU Tadashi, KOIKE Takayuki, KANEKI Noriaki, KAMIMURA Hironobu, SHIMADA Koji, YAMADA Hiroshi
The Japanese journal of taste and smell research   16(3) 593-596   Dec 2009
TAKEHARA Yasutomo, KOIKE Takayuki, KANEKI Noriaki, KAMIMURA Hironobu, SHIMADA Koji, YAMADA Hiroshi
The Japanese journal of taste and smell research   16(3) 597-600   Dec 2009
UNNO Tomohiro, KOIKE Takayuki, KAMIMURA Hironobu, KANEKI Noriaki, SHIMADA Kouji, YAMADA Hiroshi
The Japanese journal of taste and smell research   16(3) 601-604   Dec 2009
KAMIMURA Hironobu, KANEKI Noriaki, SHIMADA Kohji, NARITA Masanori, YAMADA Hiroshi, KOIKE Takayuki
The Japanese journal of taste and smell research   16(3) 605-608   Dec 2009