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  1. 山内太郎(2015)「ヒューマンエコロジー Human Ecology」『アフリカ学事典』日本アフリカ学会編,昭和堂,pp. 544-545.

  2. Yamauchi T*, Hagino I (2014) Estimation of the period of childhood and child growth characteristics of Pygmy hunter-gatherers in southeast Cameroonn. In: T Akazawa, N Ogihara, HC Tanabe, H Terashima (eds.), Dynamics of Learning in Neanderthals and Modern Humans, Vol. 2 Cognitive and Physical Perspectives. Springer, pp. 99-103.

  3. Hagino I,Yamauchi T* (2014) Daily physical activity and time-space using of Pygmy hunter-gatherers’ children in southeast Cameroon. In: T Akazawa, N Ogihara, HC Tanabe, H Terashima (eds.), Dynamics of Learning in Neanderthals and Modern Humans, Vol. 2 Cognitive and Physical Perspectives. Springer, pp. 91-98.

  4. 山内太郎(2014)「ヒトとネアンデルタールの生活史と学習」『ホモ・サピエンスと旧人2―考古学からみた学習』六一書房,pp. 150-162.

  5. 山内太郎(2014)「余暇 Leisure」『人間科学の百科事典』日本生理人類学会編,丸善,pp. 426-428.

  6. 山内太郎(2014)「5.2 身体・栄養」『地球環境学マニュアル2―はかる・みせる・読みとく―』 朝倉書店,pp.84-85.

  7. 山内太郎(2009)「環境と身体の多様性―成長・栄養とライフスタイル」『オセアニア学』吉岡ほか編,京都大学学術出版会.

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プロシーディング

  1. Yamauchi T (2014) Evolution of Learning Capacity and Acquired Behaviors of Modern Humans From the Perspective of Life History and Brain Development. Conference Proceedings. The Second International Conference on Replacement of Neanderthals by Modern Humans: Testing Evolutionary Models of Learning.

  2. Kon S, Lekprichakul T, Yamauchi T (2012) Nutrient intake, physical activity, and travel patterns of adults living in contrasting ecological zones in rural Zambia during the less labor-intensive season for farming. Working Paper on Social-Ecological Resilience Series No. 2012-017, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto.

  3. Yamauchi T, Kubo H, Kon S, Lekprichakul T, T. Sakurai T, Kanno H (2011) Growth and nutritional status of Tonga children in rural Zambia: Longitudinal growth monitoring over 26 Months. Vulnerability and Resilience of Social-Ecological Systems, FY2010 FR4 Project Report, 104-111.

  4. Kon S, Lekprichakul T, Yamauchi T (2011) Nutrient intake, physical activity, and behavioral patterns of adults living in three contrasting ecological zones in rural Zambia. Vulnerability and Resilience of Social-Ecological Systems, FY2010 FR4 Project Report, 112-122.

  5. Sakurai T, Nasuda A, Kitsuki A, Miura K, Yamauchi T, Kanno H (2011) Vulnerability and resilience of household consumption and their determinants: the case of the Southern Province of Zambia. Vulnerability and Resilience of Social-Ecological Systems FY2010 FR4 Project Report, 48-62.

  6. Kanno H, Shimono H, Sakurai T, Yamauchi T (2011) Analysis of meteorological measurements made over three rainy seasons in Sinazongwe District, Zambia. Vulnerability and Resilience of Social-Ecological Systems, FY2010 FR4 Project Report, 123-135.

  7. Yamauchi T, Kon S (2010) Variation in the nutritional status of adults living in contrasting ecological zones in the southern province of Zambia. Vulnerability and Resilience of Social-Ecological Systems, FY2009 FR3 Project Report, 45-52.

  8. Yamauchi T, Ishimori D, Nakazawa M, Kawabe T, Ohtsuka R (2009)Influence of socioeconomic and genetic factors on the growth and nutritional status of Pacific Islander adolescents. In: K Ashizawa, N Cameron (eds.), Human Growth in a Changing Lifestyle, Smith-Gordon, London. pp. 47-56.

  9. Yamauchi T, Hayashi K, Kawamura K, Sato H (2009) Nutritional Status, Physical Activity, and Dietary Intake of Pygmy Huntergatherers in Cameroon. In: T Louts, M Reitenbach, J Molenbroek (eds.), Human Diversity: Design For Life. 9th International Congress of Physiological Anthropology Proceedings, Delft University of Technology, Delft. pp. 78-81.

  10. Yamauchi T (2009) Growth and nutritional status of children and adults living in contrasting ecological zones in the southern province of Zambia. Vulnerability and Resilience of Social-Ecological Systems, FY2008 FR2 Project Report, 41-49.

  11. Yamauchi T (2008) Training local health assistants for a community health survey in Zambia: Longitudinal monitoring of growth and nutrition of children. Vulnerability and Resilience of Social-Ecological Systems, FY2007 FR1 Project Report, 60-65.

  12. Tanaka T, Kawabe T, Ohzeki T, Yamauchi T, Tachibana K, Kanzaki S, Hanaki K, Yokoya S, Takai S, Kinugasa A, Sugihara S (2008) Meeting Report: XI International Congress of AUXOLOGY, September 9-12, 2007, Tokyo, Japan. Pediatric Endocrinology Reviews, 5(3),805-809.

  13. Lee JS, Kawakubo K, Kondo K, Akabayashi A, Kataoka Y, Asami Y, Mori K, Umezaki M, Yamauchi T, Takagi H, Shimomitsu T, Inoue S, Sunagawa H (2007) Neighbourhood environment and leisure-time physical activity in residents of the Tokyo Metoropolitan area. Movement & Health 2007, paper CD No, 25, 1-6.

  14. Kondo K, Lee JS, Kawakubo K, Mori K, Kataoka Y, Asami Y, Akabayashi A, Umezaki M, Yamauchi T, Takagi H, Shimomitsu T, Inoue S, Sunagawa H (2007) Relationship between physical activity and neighborhood environment in two different rural areas in Japan. Movement & Health 2007, paper CD No, 21, 1-6.

  15. Yamauchi T (2007) Modernization, nutritional adaptability, and health in Papua New Guinean Highlanders and Solomon Islanders. In: R. Ohtsuka, S. J. Ulijaszek (eds.), Health Change in the Asia-Pacific Region, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp.101-126.

  16. Yamauchi T (2007) Longitudinal monitoring survey on the growth and nutritional status of children in Zambia: Assessment of the impact of drought on the health and nutritional status of children. Vulnerability and Resilience of Social-Ecological Systems, FY2006 PR Profect Report, 27-32.

  17. Yamauchi T (2005) Nutritional status and physical activity among East Asian urban school children. Obesity reviews, 6 Suppl., 136.

  18. Yamauchi T, Ishimori D, and Ohtsuka R (2004) Growth and nutritional status of adolescents in the Solomon Islands: Effects of genetic and socio-economic factors. In X International Congress of Auxology Abstracts, Human Growth in Sickness and in Health. Kleine Schnel, Firenze, pp. 50

  19. Yamauchi T and Ohtsuka R (2003) Gender differences in rural-urban migrants and changing physical activity among Papua New Guinea Highlanders. Finnish Sports and Exercise Medicine. E-Magazine.

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  20. Yamauchi T (2001) Impact of microenvironment on food security and nutritional adaptation in the Tari Basin. In R.M. Bourke, M.G. Allen and J.G. Salisbury (eds.), Food Security for Papua New Guinea. Proceedings of the Papua New Guinea Food and Nutrition 2000 Conference, PNG University of Technology, Lae, 26-30 June 2000. ACIAR Proceedings No. 99, pp. 443-450.