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Impaired face recognition is associated with abnormal gray matter volume in the posterior cingulate cortex in congenital amusia 期刊论文
NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA, 2021, 卷号: 156, 页码: 7
Authors:  Jin, Zhishuai;  Lu, Xuejing;  Huyang, Sizhu;  Yan, Yajun;  Jiang, Lichen;  Wang, Jinyu;  Xu, Ming;  Li, Qixiong;  Wu, Daxing
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Congenital amusia  Music perception  Face recognition  Middle temporal gyrus  Superior temporal gyrus  Posterior cingulate cortex  
ESI快报-神经科学与行为领域热点论文2021年第1期(总第57期) 其他
2021-06-10
Authors:  赵婉雨;  刘明子;  卫垌圻
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The neurodevelopment of delay discounting for monetary rewards in pre-adolescent children 期刊论文
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 2021, 卷号: 11, 期号: 1, 页码: 18
Authors:  Yu, Mei;  Liu, Tongran;  Shangguan, Fangfang;  Sui, Jingxin;  Shi, Jiannong
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ECG  psychological stress  deep learning  attention  CNN  BiLSTM  
Visuospatial, rather than verbal working memory capacity plays a key role in verbal and figural creativity 期刊论文
THINKING & REASONING, 2021, 页码: 32
Authors:  Lu, Runhao;  Zhang, Yanna;  Bao, Naili;  Su, Meng;  Zhang, Xingli;  Shi, Jiannong
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Creativity  divergent thinking  verbal working memory capacity  visuospatial working memory capacity  dual task paradigm  
My own face looks larger than yours: A self-induced illusory size perception 期刊论文
Cognition, 2021, 卷号: 212, 页码: 1-8
Authors:  Ying Zhang;  Li Wang;  Yi Jiang
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Self-face  Self-advantage  Size illusion  Self-awareness  Size overestimation  
Large-Scale Morphological Network Efficiency of Human Brain: Cognitive Intelligence and Emotional Intelligence 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN AGING NEUROSCIENCE, 2021, 卷号: 13, 页码: 14
Authors:  Li, Chunlin;  Qiao, Kaini;  Mu, Yan;  Jiang, Lili
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MRI  morphological network  network efficiency  intelligence  aging  
How Family's Support of Perseverance in Creative Efforts Influences the Originality of Children's Drawing During the Period of COVID-19 Pandemic? 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 2021, 卷号: 12, 页码: 11
Authors:  Shi, Bowen;  Xing, Ziwei;  Yang, Mei;  Tang, Chaoying
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originality  search persistence  pandemic exposure  prosocial motivation  family&apos  s support of perseverance in creative efforts  
Individual differences in first-pass fixation duration in reading are related to resting-state functional connectivity 期刊论文
BRAIN AND LANGUAGE, 2021, 卷号: 213, 页码: 104893
Authors:  Zhang, Guangyao;  Yuan, Binke;  Hua, Huimin;  Lou, Ya;  Lin, Nan;  Li, Xingshan
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Resting-state fMRI  Functional connectivity  Eye movements  Individual differences  Brain-behaviour relationship  
Dissociation of proactive and reactive cognitive control in individuals with schizotypy: an event-related potential study 期刊论文
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 2021, 页码: 1-11
Authors:  Jia, Lu-xia;  Qin, Xiao-jing;  Cui, Ji-fang;  Shi, Hai-song;  Ye, Jun-yan;  Yang, Tian-xiao;  Wang, Ya;  Chan, Raymond CK
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Schizotypy  Cognitive control  Stroop  Event-related potentials  Reactive control  Proactive control  
Distance-based functional criticality in the human brain: intelligence and emotional intelligence 期刊论文
BMC Bioinformatics, 2021, 卷号: 22, 期号: 1, 页码: 17
Authors:  Jiang,Lili;  Qiao,Kaini;  Li,Chunlin
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Distance  Functional criticality  Intelligence  Emotional intelligence  MRI  Human brain