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Study of Gong tone matching to five colors based on event-related potential
Cuilan Ma1; Chunhua Jia1; Yiran Yuan2; Yan Wang2; Xiaoqian Liu3; Huiwen Huang1; Ning Liu1; Tong Wu1; Bei Zhang1; Shuang Zhang4
First AuthorCuilan Ma
2019
Source PublicationJournal of Traditional Chinese Medical Sciences
Pages35-43
Abstract

Methods: The experiment was designed using event-related potential technique, following the
S1/S2 paradigm, and dividing into two arms according to the Gong tone being played in harmonics
or open strings. For each arm, S1 was the playing of the Gong tone, followed by S2,
where subjects, based on their first reaction, were required to make a yes/no judgement to
whether the tone matches to a randomly-picked color out of the five colors. During this process,
the event-related potentials were recorded.
Results: Gong tone played in harmonics, most participants matched it with black and cyan;
while in the open strings arm, most matched it with black. The average amplitudes of P300
at PZ, FZ, and CZ points were compared. For the Gong tone played in harmonics, there was
a significant difference between those who matched it with black and those who did otherwise
(P <.01). There was also a significant difference between those who matched it with cyan and
those who did otherwise (P <.01). For the open strings arm, there was a significant difference
between those who matched it with black and those who did otherwise (P < .01).
Conclusion: Our comparison of the average amplitudes of P300 suggests a commonality in the
neural mechanism underlying categorical thinking that is not fundamentally altered by playing
style. However, behavioral theory suggests that playing style does have an influence on categorization.
The Gong tone can be matched with any of the five colors, which accords with the
thought of central Earth in the five-element theory. This provides evidence of the similarity

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Identifierhttp://ir.psych.ac.cn/handle/311026/29089
Collection中国科学院心理健康重点实验室
Corresponding AuthorYiran Yuan
Affiliation1.School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine
2.Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
3.School of Sociology, China University of Political Science and Law
4.Department of Minority Languages and Literatures, Minzu University of China
Corresponding Author AffilicationInstitute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Cuilan Ma,Chunhua Jia,Yiran Yuan,et al. Study of Gong tone matching to five colors based on event-related potential[J]. Journal of Traditional Chinese Medical Sciences,2019:35-43.
APA Cuilan Ma.,Chunhua Jia.,Yiran Yuan.,Yan Wang.,Xiaoqian Liu.,...&Shuang Zhang.(2019).Study of Gong tone matching to five colors based on event-related potential.Journal of Traditional Chinese Medical Sciences,35-43.
MLA Cuilan Ma,et al."Study of Gong tone matching to five colors based on event-related potential".Journal of Traditional Chinese Medical Sciences (2019):35-43.
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