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A Bibliographic Study on the Research of a Cause for Hypertension and on the Treatment of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of Hypertension (고혈압증(高血壓症)의 원인(原因)과 침구치료(針灸治療)에 대(對)한 문헌적(文獻的) 고찰(考察))

  • Jang, Kyung-Jeon
    • The Journal of Internal Korean Medicine
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.114-122
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    • 1991
  • Hypertension is not the name of disease but that of syndrome, about which the record of causes and treatments did not exist in the classics. So I surveyed the oriental medical category of hypertension in the classics and studied on the causes and principal acupuncture points of treatment in the modern literature. And a result, I came to the following conclusion. 1. According to the category of hypertension in oriental medicine way, WIND(風), FIRE(火), PHLEGM(痰) were the evoked causes of hypertension. And the greater oart of hypertension's line in the classics was related to DIZZINESS(眩暈), APOPLEXY(中風), WIND OF THE LIVER(肝風). 2. There were exceedingly various causes such as inheritance, mind, emotion, change of nerve, other disease, etc. 3. In the treatment of acupuncture and moxibustion, there were Zusanli(足三里), Quchi(曲池), Fengchi(風池), Baihui(自會), Hegu(合谷), Sanyinjiao(三陰交), Taichong(太衝) which, 7 acupuncture points, showed high ratio. 4. According to the evoked causes, the major acupuncture points became to be different as follow; FIRE(火) : Neiguan(內關 ; P6) WIND(風) : Fengchi (風池 ; G20), Yanglingquan (陽陵泉 ; G34), Taichong(太衝 ; Liv3) PHLEGM(痰) : Zusanli(足三里 ; S36); Sanyinjiao(三陰交 ; Sp6). Basing on the Literature research, I have studied hypertension. I found that there were objective studies on the causes. But I couldn't find any objective study on the category of hypertension in oriental medicine way and the treatment of acupuncture and moxibustion. So I think that more profound study on the category and the interrelation between the acupuncture points of treatment and its dis tribution of the 14 meridians deserves to be continued from now on.

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Prediction of Citizens' Emotions on Home Mortgage Rates Using Machine Learning Algorithms (기계학습 알고리즘을 이용한 주택 모기지 금리에 대한 시민들의 감정예측)

  • Kim, Yun-Ki
    • Journal of Cadastre & Land InformatiX
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    • v.49 no.1
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    • pp.65-84
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    • 2019
  • This study attempted to predict citizens' emotions regarding mortgage rates using machine learning algorithms. To accomplish the research purpose, I reviewed the related literature and then set up two research questions. To find the answers to the research questions, I classified emotions according to Akman's classification and then predicted citizens' emotions on mortgage rates using six machine learning algorithms. The results showed that AdaBoost was the best classifier in all evaluation categories. However, the performance level of Naive Bayes was found to be lower than those of other classifiers. Also, this study conducted a ROC analysis to identify which classifier predicts each emotion category well. The results demonstrated that AdaBoost was the best predictor of the residents' emotions on home mortgage rates in all emotion categories. However, in the sadness class, the performance levels of the six algorithms used in this study were much lower than those in the other emotion categories.

The Method of Hierarchical Emotion Evaluation using Intuitive Categorization (직감적 범주화를 이용한 계층적 감성평가방법)

  • Kim, Don-Han
    • Science of Emotion and Sensibility
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    • v.12 no.1
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    • pp.45-54
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    • 2009
  • Categorization in a vital means for dealing with the multitudes of entities in the world surrounding people. Among others, the perceptual and the evaluative similarities factors strongly affect categorization. The conventional SD-type procedure are insufficient in this regard, since it requires an individual subject to make isolated judgments about each stimulus to identify categorization in terms of a group tendency. It disregards the individual categorization in which the similarities are of great importance. Thus in this study the phased emotional evaluation method is suggested based on the intuitive categorization of stimuli and on the similarity judgement of representative/ non-representative case in each category. To verify the effectiveness of the suggested evaluation method the scanned jewelry images are selected as test stimuli for emotional evaluation experiment. As a result of the evaluation experiment, the conventional SD-type procedure is complemented by the emotional evaluation method in phases of the task of intuitive categorization, the selection of the representative images and the setup of the evaluation score of the representative images to internally supplied anchors of evaluating non-representative images.

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Analysis of Previous Color Study : Focused on Study Category and Color Preference Study (기존의 색채연구유형과 선호색채연구의 분석)

  • 이명희;김미영
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.51 no.3
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    • pp.33-49
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    • 2001
  • The purpose of this study was to analyse the previous color studies. A number of publications and journals were reviewed and analyzed carefully. The results of review and analysis were as follows : There were many different subjects in color studies and they were usually categorized into ten fundamental groups : color preferences, color image/symbol/association of ideas, emotion and colors, image making with colors, colors related with consumers' decision making, traditional colors, semantic color description, color plan of apparel merchandise, influential factors on colors, and color coordination preferences. In general, the color preference studies are conducted most actively, and they are followed by the studies of color image/symbol/association of ideas and traditional colors. In the previous studies on the color preferences, they provided sufficient amount of information on the preferred colors and the preferred apparel colors. however, they lacked in providing appropriate explanation on how these color preferences were related with colors in fashion. Also, there have been no thorough studies that questioned the reliability of measurement methods for obtaining color preference data. The authors also realized that it was extremely difficult to find any related publications on the studies that focus various influential variables on the disagreement between the preferred color and preferred apparel color. Thus, this study directed the future studies to solve the problem discussed above.

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The effect of orientation on recognizing object representation (규범적 표상의 방향성 효과)

  • Jung, Hyo-Sun;Lee, Seung-Bok;Jung, Woo-Hyun
    • Science of Emotion and Sensibility
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    • v.11 no.4
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    • pp.501-510
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    • 2008
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate whether the orientation of the head position across different categories affect reaction time and accuracy of object recognition. Fifty four right handed undergraduate students were participated in the experiment. Participants performed the word-picture matching tasks, which were different in terms of head direction of object (i.e., Left-headed or Right-headed) and object category (i.e., natural : animal or artificial : tool). Participants were asked to decide whether each picture matched the word which was followed by the picture. For accuracy, no statistically significant difference was found for both animal and tool pictures due to the ceiling effect. Interaction effect of category and orientation were statistically significant, whereas only the main effect of category was significant. In the animal condition, faster reaction times were observed for left to right than right to left presentation, while no statistical significant difference was found in the tool condition. The orientation of the object's canonical representation was different across different categories. The faster RT for the animal condition implies that the canonical representation for animal is left-headed. This could be due to the orientation of the face.

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An Affective Space Model for the Faces of Korean Women in Twenties (한국인 20대 여성 얼굴의 감성모형)

  • 박수진;한재현;정찬섭
    • Science of Emotion and Sensibility
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    • v.4 no.2
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    • pp.47-55
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    • 2001
  • In affective space model for the faces of Korean women in twenties was developed based on the findings of Park, et. at. (2001) that suggested two orthogonal dimensions for the affective representation of a face. babyish-mature and sharp-soft. In the current study, affective facial characteristics were visualized by providing properly synthesized faces at 17 subregions of the model space Effect of physical attributes of a face on its affective evaluation was also investigated along the two affective dimensions. The relationship between typical adjectives describing facial affectiveness anti physical attributes of a face was examined to provide a category-based interpretation.

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An Empirical Approach on Textile Designer's Mental Model focused on the Motif Development for designing CAD tool of Digital Textile Printing (텍스타일 디자이너의 인지적 모형에 대한 실증적 접근 - 디지털 나염 전용 캐드 설계를 위한 모티브 개발을 중심으로-)

  • 송승근;이주현
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society for Emotion and Sensibility Conference
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    • pp.160-166
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    • 2002
  • 본 연구의 목적은 비디오/오디오 프로토콜 분석 방식을 이용해서 텍스타일 디자인 프로세스 중 모티브 개발 단계에서 디지털 나염(DTP : Digital Textile Printing) 전용 캐드(CAD)와 같은 디자인 저작도구를 설계할 때 어떤 요소에 중점을 두고 개발 할 것인지에 대한 향상된 지침을 마련하는데 있다. 텍스타일 디자인 프로세스에 대한 프로토콜 분석을 위해 선행 연구를 고찰하여 디자인 행동 범주의 틀을 하향식(top-down)방식으로 설정하고 실제 행동 프로토콜 (action protocol) 분석을 통해 상향식(bottom-up)방식으로 세부 디자인 행동을 도출하였다. 텍스타일 디자인은 선행연구의 건축디자인과는 다른 특징을 지니기 때문에 프로토콜 분석에서도 새로운 디자인 행동 범주(action category)가 필요하게 되었다. 이를 위하여 모델 휴먼 프로세서(Model Human Processor)이론을 근거로 디자인 행동을 모터 행동(motor action), 지각 행동(perceptual action), 인지 행동(cognitive action)의 세 가지 범주[4]로 나누었으며 텍스타일 디자인 프로세스에 적합한 코딩 스킴(coding scheme)을 개발하였다. 본 연구에서는 이 새로운 코딩 스킴을 토대로 디자인 저작도구에 대한 디자이너의 인지적 모형(Cognitive Model)을 개발하였다. 이렇게 개발된 디자이너의 인지적 모형은 디지털 나염을 기반으로 하는 모티브 개발 단계에서 스케치와 렌더링에 대한 디자인 저작 도구의 향상된 설계지침 뿐만 아니라 방향도 시사하였다.

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Dynamics of Facial Subcutaneous Blood Flow Recovery in Post-stress Period

  • Sohn, Jin-Hun;Estate M. Sokhadze;Lee, Kyung-Hwa;Lee, Jong-Mi;Park, Mi-Kyung;Park, Ji-Yeon
    • Proceedings of the Korean Society for Emotion and Sensibility Conference
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    • pp.62-68
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    • 2000
  • The aim of the study was to compare effects of music and white noise on the recovery of facial blood flow parameters after stressful visual stimulation. Twenty-nine subjects participated in the experiment. Three visual stimulation sessions with aversive slides (the IAPS, disgust category) were followed by subjectively "pleasant" (in the first session), "sad" music (in the second ), and white noise (in the third ). Order of sessions was counterbalanced. Blood flow parameters (peak blood flow, blood flow velocity, blood volume) were recorded by Laser Doppler single-crystal system (LASERFLO BPM 403A) interfaced through BIOPAC 100WS with AcqKnowledge software (v.3.5) and analyzed in off-line mode. Aversive visual stimulation itself decreased blood flow and velocity in all 3 sessions. Both "pleasant" and "sad" music led to the restoration of baseline levels in all blood flow parameters, while noise did not enhance recovery process. Music on post-stress recovery had significant change in peak blood flow and blood flow velocity, but not in blood volume measures. Pleasant music had bigger effects on post-stress recovery in peak blood flow and flow velocity than white noise. It reveals that music exerted positive modulatory effects on facial vascular activity measures during recovery from negative emotional state elicited by stressful slides. Results partially support the undoing hypothesis of Levenson (1994), which states that positive emotions may facilitate process of recovery from negative emotions.

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Study of Space in Storytelling Marketing (스토리텔링 마케팅에서의 공간에 관한 연구)

  • Chung, Sun-Ah
    • Proceedings of the Korean Institute of Interior Design Conference
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    • pp.125-130
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    • 2006
  • The various kinds of consumption belong to a general category and at the same time the expression of most basic aspiration in the human life. Since the ancient times, the consuming activities have lasted with the other basic activities and the consuming space conducting consumption has developed as physical devices along with the human history. Those companies that have been given attention and getting favorable impression currently being selected by the consumers are now concentrated on the storytelling marketing. The storytelling marketing is that the emotion-oriented marketing activities give consumers the opportunities to enjoy the product contained stories to put the stories to marketing activities. It approaches to consumer with human story emotionally rather than rationally and heart rather than mind. Recently, the architecture has become artistic either it was linked and contacted media or part of marketing. We think that the story telling marketing is the eternal triangle among art, architecture and marketing that is a propensity or movement to interior at this time. I found out that the storytelling marketing methodology is able to touch the consumer's heart and stimulate consumption aspiration that makes new circumstances and experience expressing space. And for that, effective marketing methodology is to give the consumers a more exciting and enjoyable motivation in accord with the modern society to give companies positive image to customers and accordingly for the companies to gain profits. The story telling space that is filled with ideas which produce new circumstance and experience using the established narrative and theme will be required continuously and able to develop in the future.

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The influence of children's and mothers' emotional expressiveness in mother-child interaction settings on children's social competence (모자 상호작용에서 정서 표현성이 아동의 사회 능력에 미치는 영향)

  • Song, Ha-Na;Choi, Kyoung-Sook
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.44 no.11
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    • pp.51-65
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    • 2006
  • This study examined the influence of mothers' and children's emotional expressiveness on children's social competence. Sixty-five kindergarten children and their mothers were observed in a lab setting which included 5 free play and 5 task episodes. The children's and mothers' behaviors during these episodes were videotaped and rated by two coders in terms of emotional expressiveness, sociability to others, ability to regulate frustration, compliance, and autonomy. Intercoder reliability between the two coders for each behavioral category ranged from .84 to .99. The results showed that children's social competence was significantly influenced by their positive expressiveness, indicating that children with higher expressiveness were more sociable to others and less frustrated in a stressful situation. Significant relationships were also found between mothers' and children's negative expressiveness, and children's compliance and autonomy. In particular, the consistency between mothers' and children's levels of negative expressiveness significantly predicted the children's compliance and autonomy. The socialization of emotion between mothers and children was discussed, as was the relationship between emotional and social competence. Suggestions for future study were also presented.