Scientific Program

Tuesday - Thursday, September 24-26
Room Orion
Poster Session
1.
Maremi Abe, Kitasato University, Japan
Development of Creeping Patterns in Japanese Infants
2.
Sarolta Darvay, Eotvos Lorand University Faculty of Teacher's College, Hungary; Rozsa Agfalvi Heim Pal Hospital, Hungary; Kalman Joubert, Demographic Research Institute, Hungary; and Julia Gadoros, Psychiatric Clinic, Hungary
An Epidemological Study of Hungarian Children 11-14 Years of Age by Child Behavioural Checklist
3.
Guja Cornelia and Lacramioara Muresan, Anthropological Research Centre "Fr. I. Rainer, " Romanian Academy, Romania
The Importance of Anthropological Typological Thinking for Medical Diagnosis
4.
Szathmary Laszlo and Antonia Marcsik, University of Szeged, Hungary
Pastoralist and Early Urban Population Structure in the Carpathian Basin in the Middle Age
5.
Hirofumi Aboshi, Nihon University, Japan
Age Estimation of Adults Using Dental X-Ray CT Images
6.
Noboru Adachi, Tohoku University, Japan; Kazuo Umetsu, Yamagata University, Japan; Kazuhiro Sakaue, Wataru Takigawa and Yukio Dodo, Tohoku University, Japan
The Analyses of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms of Ancient Human Mitochondrial DNA
7.
Hisao Baba, National Science Museum, Japan; and Shuichiro Narasaki, The Board of Education, Gunma Prefecture, Japan
Re-evaluation of Morphology of Japanese Pleistocene Hominids
8.
Hisashi Fujita, Niigata Prefectural Museum of History, Japan; Hirohiko Hirano, Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital, Japan; and Masaichi Sato, Tsunan Town Board of Education, Japan
Symmetrically Impacted Canines Found in the Human Skeletal Remains from Ashigasakinishidaira site, Tsunan Town, the Niigata Prefecture
9.
Shinji Harihara, Kenichi Nakamura, Kaiya Takubo and Fujio Takeuchi, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Aging and Accumulation of A3243G Mutation in Mitochondrial DNA
10.
Chihiro Hiramatsu, Shoji Kawamura, The University of Tokyo, Japan; and Osamu Takenaka, Kyoto University, Japan; and Atsuko Saito, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Color-Vision Typing of New World Monkeys by Examining DNA from Fecal Samples
11.
Naoya Kubota and Shoji Kawamura, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Genomic and Spectral Analyses of Visual Pigments of Prosimian Primates
12.
Akira Komastuzaki, The Nippon Dental University School of Dentitry at Niigata, Japan
A Study of Cross Sectional Changes in Occulusal Contact Area in Young Children with Deciduous Dentition
13.
Megumi Kondo and Shuji Mastu'ura, Ochanomizu University, Japan
Chronological Re-evaluation of Japanese Palaeolithic Hominids
14.
Kazuyuki Kuwamura, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Sexual and Populational Difference in Human Muscle Insertions between Jomon People and Recent Japanese
15.
Kurax Mamuthan, Dilxat Tohti, Hiroko Koike, Kyushu University, Japan, and Xinjiang Normal University, China
JC Virus Polymorhism for the Uighur Pepole in China
16.
Yoshitaka Manabe, Joichi Oyamada, Yoshikazu Kitagawa, Yoshikazu Kato, Nagasaki University, Japan; Takayuki Matsushita, Doigahama Site Anthropolopgical Museum, Japan; and Atsushi Rokutanda, Nagasaki University, Japan
Temporal and Regional Variations of Premolar and Molar Root Number in the Native and Migrant Japanese and the Lower Huanghe River Chinese
17.
Antonia Marcsik, University of Szeged, Hungary; and Szathmary Laszlo, University of Debrecen, Hungary
Artificial Deformed Skulls in the Carpathian Basin from the 4-6th Century
18.
Hirofumi Matsumura, Sapporo Medical University, Japan; and Pookajorn Surin, Silpakorn University, Thailand
A Morphometric Analysis of the Late Pleistocene Human Skeleton from the Moh Khiew Cave in Thailand
19.
Shozo Mihara, Kyushu University, Japan; Toshio Nakamura, Nagoya University, Japan; and Hiroko Koike, Kyushu University, Japan
AMS14C Dating and the Early Jomon Chronology in Japan
20.
Tomohito Nagaoka, Kyoto University, Japan
Secular Change in Japanese Crania from the Early Modern Edo to the Modern Period
21.
Mitsuko Nakayama, Miho Ohsako, Eisaku Kanazawa, Nihon University school of Dentistry at Matsudo, Japan
A Study of Taurodontism which Appeared in the Deciduous Molars of Jomon People
22.
Hiroaki Nishimukai, Ehime University School of Medicine, Japan; Koji Nishimura, Tatsuyuki Okiura, Kenji Fujii, Yasuo Fukumori, Osaka Red Cross Blood Center, Japan; and Shinji Harihara, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Distribution of C9-R95X and C7-C106R Alleles of the Complement System in Asian and European Populations
23.
Katsumi Ohashi, The University of Tokyo, Japan
Date Preparation of Masticatory Motions for a Time Series Analysis
24.
Kenji Okazaki, Kyushu University, Japan
A Morphological Study of Infant and Juvenile Skeletons from Yayoi, Medieval, and Modern Period Northern Kyushu and Yamaguchi Region
25.
Joich Oyamada, Yoshiaki Todaka, Yoshikazu Kitagawa, Yoshitaka Manabe, Nagasaki University, Japan; Katsutomo Katou, Nagasaki University School of Health Sciences, Japan; Takayuki Matsushita, Doigahama Site Anthropolopgical Museum, Japan; and Atsushi Rokutanda, Nagasaki University, Japan
Dental Morbid Condition of the War Dead during the Middle Age
26.
Kazunobu Saiki, Tetsuaki Wakebe, Keishi Okamoto, Seiji Nagashima, Nagasaki University School of Medicine, Japan
Relation between Types of Groove for Sinues at Occipital Bone and Flowing Patterns of Superior Sagittal Sinus
27.
Masakazu Shibata, Seiichiro Inokuchi, Junji Ito, Masataka Suzuki, Showa University School of Medicine, Japan; and Akiyoshi Matsumura, National Defense Medical College, Japan
Age Changes of Abdominal Composition Rate by CT Image
28.
Nobuo Shigehara and Hitomi Hongo, Kyoto University, Japan
Long-term Changes in the Japanese face from the Jomon Period through to Recent Period
29.
Koji Shimizu, Naruto University of Education, Japan; Shinji Harihara, The University of Tokyo, Japan; Jin Fei, China Academy of Science, China; and Keiichi Omoto, St. Andrew’s University, Japan
Some Characteristics of the B-globin Gene Cluster Haplotypes in Asia Groups, Including Japanese, Korenas, Chinese, Evenkis, Orunchuns, Khalkhs, Buryats, and Colombian Amerinds
30.
Yutaka Takahashi, Akiyoshi Matsumura, National Defense Medical College, Japan; and Kunihiko Kimura, Kimura Auxological Institute, Japan
The Peroneus Longus gain Accessorial Inserting Position Correlated to their Locomotion Behaviors
31.
Kyoko Takeuchi, National Defense Medical College, Japan; Masao Shindo, University of Tsukuba, Japan; Koichi Mori, Research Institute of National Rehabilitation Center for the Disabled, Japan; Yoshio Sawasaki, National Defense Medical College, Japan; Yasoichi Nakajima, Research Institute of National Rehabilitation Center for the Disabled, Japan; and Masahiko Yoshioka, National Defense Medical College, Japan
Observation of Lower Leg Using Ultra Sono-Tomography and Magnetic Resonance
32.
Soichiro Tomo, Ikuko Tomo, St. Marianna University, Japan; G.C.Townsend, The University of Adelaide, Australia; and Kazuaki Hirata, St. Marianna University, Japan
What is the Mechanism of Balance of the Head on the Neck? Evidence from Marsupials
33.
Yutaka Ueda, Tasuku Kimura, The University of Tokyo, Japan; and Satoshi Nishizawa, Tokyo Metoropolitan Institute of Gerontology, Japan
Interdigital Coordination Assessed by Dual Digit Tapping
34.
Tetsuaki Wakebe, Kazunobu Saiki, Keishi Okamoto, Seiji Nagashima, Nagasaki University School of Medicine, Japan; Huiqin HE, Tan Jing Ze, Yongging Xu, Shanghai Museum of Natural History, China; Takahiro Nakahashi, Kyushu University, Japan; and Bin Yamaguchi, National Science Museum, Japan
Cranial Nonmetric Variation of the Human Skeletal Remains Excavated from Hami Ruins in Shinkiang, China
35.
Fel Xu and Yan Li, Dalian Medical University, China
Foot Size and Shape in University Students in Liaoning
36.
Masaki Yamashita, Dokkyo University School of Medicine, Japan
Finite Element Analysis of the Hominoid Mandible and Its Implication to the Symphyseal Morphology
37.
Shunji Sato, Iwao Sato, Yasushi Yamashita, The Nippon Dental University, Japan
Human Skeletal Remains from Nukulaelae, Tuvalu Islands.