日本官能評価学会誌
Online ISSN : 2187-2546
Print ISSN : 1342-906X
ISSN-L : 1342-906X
5 巻 , 2 号
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  • 竹本 裕子, 妹尾 正巳, 神宮 英夫
    2001 年 5 巻 2 号 p. 112-117
    発行日: 2001/09/15
    公開日: 2013/08/08
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      In the research of evaluation term, the relation between term and physical attribute has been discussed. It is necessary to research a nonchalant word where the customer spontaneously utters in daily life. The purpose of this research is to clarify whether Onomatopoeia and the exclamation are appropriate for the evaluation term. The sensory evaluation experiment of the milk lotion, which is already on the market, is done. The evaluation terms were 13 terms of Onomatopoeia and 12 terms of exclamation. The results of principle component analysis in Onomatopoeia and SURYOUKA III in exclamation became clear the followings. Onomatopoeia is a term that is able to evaluate physical attribute and to express affection. This is suitable for the evaluation of affections after an assessor has been aware of physical attributes. The exclamation is suitable for the expression of affections on the first impression.
  • 穂保 麻由, 森髙 初惠, 内藤 成弘, 小此木 成夫, 木村 修一, 萬里小路 直樹, 渡辺 満利子, 永田 由美子, 福場 博保
    2001 年 5 巻 2 号 p. 118-126
    発行日: 2001/09/15
    公開日: 2013/08/08
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      Effects of moderate exercises on preference for organic acid solutions added with citric, malic or tartaric acid with or without glucose were investigated by the sensory evaluation using a 9-point hedonic scale and a panel of 45 assessors. The concentrations of organic acids were 0.0024M, 0.0096M and 0.0288M and that of glucose 3.8%. There were no significant pre-exercise differences in preference (p>0.05) among citric, malic or tartaric acid solution of the same concentration. Preference for 0.0024M and 0.0096M organic acid solutions except citric acid significantly (p<0.05) increased after 30 minutes'exercise using a bicycle ergometer at 130/min. heart rate. Preference for 0.0024M, 0.0096M and 0.0288M citric acid solution or 0.0288M malic or tartaric acid solutions did not change significantly after 30 minutes'exercise (p>0.05). By glucose addition, pre-or post-exercise preference for 0.0024M and 0.0096M citric, malic or tartaric acid solutions except 0.0288M over all organic acid solutions significantly (p>0.05) increased as compared with organic acid solution of the same concentration without glucose. Preference for every organic acid solution with glucose did not increase after 30 minutes'exercise (p>0.05). There was no organic acid with or without glucose post-exercise preference for which was significantly higher than that for other organic acids (p>0.05).
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