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The brain basis of handwriting deficits in Chinese children with developmental dyslexia 期刊论文
DEVELOPMENTAL SCIENCE, 2021, 页码: 19
Authors:  Yang, Yang;  Zuo, Zhentao;  Tam, Fred;  Graham, Simon J.;  Li, Junjun;  Ji, Yuzhu;  Meng, Zelong;  Gu, Chanyuan;  Bi, Hong-Yan;  Ou, Jian;  Xu, Min
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brain activation  developmental dyslexia  fMRI  functional connectivity  handwriting  reading  
Functional brain networks underlying automatic and controlled handwriting in Chinese (vol 219, 104962, 2021) 期刊论文
BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, 2021, 卷号: 219, 页码: 1
Authors:  Li, Junjun;  Hong, Lei;  Bi, Hong-Yan;  Yang, Yang
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Automatic handwriting  Controlled handwriting  fMRI  Functional brain networks  
Functional brain networks underlying automatic and controlled handwriting in Chinese 期刊论文
Brain and Language, 2021, 卷号: 219, 页码: 1-12
Authors:  Junjun Li;  Lei Hong;  Hong-Yan Bi;  Yang Yang
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Automatic handwriting  Controlled handwriting  fMRI  Functional brain networks  
Men and women differ in the neural basis of handwriting 期刊论文
HUMAN BRAIN MAPPING, 2020, 页码: 14
Authors:  Yang, Yang;  Tam, Fred;  Graham, Simon J.;  Sun, Guochen;  Li, Junjun;  Gu, Chanyuan;  Tao, Ran;  Wang, Nizhuan;  Bi, Hong-Yan;  Zuo, Zhentao
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Exner's area  fMRI  handwriting  sex differences  
Brain activation and functional connectivity during Chinese writing: An fMRI study 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF NEUROLINGUISTICS, 2019, 卷号: 51, 页码: 199-211
Authors:  Yang, Yang;  Zuo, Zhentao;  Tam, Fred;  Graham, Simon J.;  Tao, Ran;  Wang, Nizhuan;  Bi, Hong-Yan
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Chinese writing  fMRI  Activation  Functional connectivity  
Resolving the Electroencephalographic Correlates of Rapid Goal-Directed Chunking in the Frontal-Parietal Network 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE, 2019, 卷号: 13, 页码: 9
Authors:  Pang, Jiaoyan;  Tang, Xiaochen;  Nie, Qi-Yang;  Conci, Markus;  Sun, Peng;  Wang, Haibin;  Luo, Junlong;  Wang, Jijun;  Li, Chunbo;  Luo, Jing
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beta-gamma oscillations  goal-directed chunking  prefrontal-parietal network  parallel-factor analysis model  time-frequency analysis  
Visual-motor integration and reading Chinese in children with/without dyslexia 期刊论文
READING AND WRITING, 2019, 卷号: 32, 期号: 2, 页码: 493-510
Authors:  Meng, Ze-Long;  Wydell, Taeko N.;  Bi, Hong-Yan
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Chinese developmental dyslexia  Reading  Word copying  Visual-motor integration  
Posttraumatic stress disorder following the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake: A 10-year systematic review among highly exposed populations in China 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS, 2019, 卷号: 243, 页码: 327-339
Authors:  Liang Yiming;  Cheng Jin;  Josef, Ruzek, I;  Liu Zhengkui
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Wenchuan Earthquake  5.12  Ptsd  Prevalence  China  
Early distinction between shame and guilt processing in an interpersonal context 期刊论文
SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE, 2019, 卷号: 14, 期号: 1, 页码: 53-66
Authors:  Zhu, Ruida;  Wu, Haiyan;  Xu, Zhenhua;  Tang, Honghong;  Shen, Xueyi;  Mai, Xiaoqin;  Liu, Chao
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Shame  Guilt  Self-referential Processing  Empathetic Processing  Event Related Potential  
Neural Correlates of Orthographic Access in Mandarin Chinese Writing: An fMRI Study of the Word-Frequency Effect 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE, 2018, 卷号: 12, 页码: 12
Authors:  Yang, Yang;  Zhang, Jun;  Meng, Ze-Long;  Qin, Li;  Liu, Yu-Fei;  Bi, Hong-Yan
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Chinese Writing  Word-frequency Effect  Orthographic Access  Brain Activation  Functional Connectivity