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  • Interactive Teaching Enhances Students' Physiological Arousal During Online Learning. [Journal Article]
    Ann Anat. 2023 Jan 21 [Online ahead of print]Gellisch M, Morosan-Puopolo G, … Brand-Saberi B
  • The pure transfer of face-to-face teaching to a digital learning environment can be accompanied by a significant reduction in the physiological arousal of students, which in turn can be associated with passivity during the learning process, often linked to insufficient levels of concentration and engagement in the course work. Therefore, the aim of this study was to investigate whether students' …
  • Effect of Enyzmes on the Quality and Predicting Glycaemic Response of Chinese Steamed Bread. [Journal Article]
    Foods. 2023 Jan 06; 12(2)Liu W, Brennan M, … Tu D
  • The present study investigates the individual and interactional effects of α-amylase (6 and 10 ppm), xylanase (70 and 120 ppm) and cellulase (35 and 60 ppm) on the physicochemical characteristics and nutritional quality of Chinese steamed bread (CSB) incorporated with 15% oat bran. As a result, the single enzyme can significantly improve the specific volume and texture of CSB. Compared to the sin…
  • High masticatory ability attenuates psychosocial stress: A cross-sectional study. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One. 2023; 18(1):e0279891.Hashimoto A, Nozaki A, … Kuwano T
  • Mastication interventions have previously been shown to alleviate acute stress. However, the relationship between masticatory performance and stress response among individuals remains unclear. This study aimed to examine the relationship between masticatory ability and stress response in young women by measuring the autonomic nerve function and salivary α-amylase activity during psychosocial stre…
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