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Age-related impairment of navigation and strategy in virtual star maze 期刊论文
BMC GERIATRICS, 2021, 卷号: 21, 期号: 1, 页码: 15
Authors:  Zhang, Jia-Xin;  Wang, Lin;  Hou, Hai-Yan;  Yue, Chun-Lin;  Wang, Liang;  Li, Hui-Jie
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Aging  Virtual environment  Star maze  Navigation  Egocentric strategy  
How Social Media Shapes One's Public Mood: The Three-Way Interaction Effect of Sphere, Information Valence, and Justice Sensitivity 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF PACIFIC RIM PSYCHOLOGY, 2021, 卷号: 15, 页码: 13
Authors:  Zhou, Yixin;  Zhang, Zheng;  Wang, Kexin;  Chen, Shuang;  Zhou, Mingjie
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public sphere  public opinion  public mood  information valence  
Post-retrieval distortions of self-referential negative memory: Valence consistency enhances gist-directed false, while non-negative interference generates more intrusive updates 期刊论文
Frontiers in Psychology, 2021
Authors:  Dong-ni Pan;  Xuebing Li
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reconsolidation  self-referential  episodic simulation  emotion  updating  
Subjective Well-Being of Chinese Sina Weibo Users in Residential Lockdown During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Machine Learning Analysis 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL INTERNET RESEARCH, 2020, 卷号: 22, 期号: 12, 页码: 13
Authors:  Wang, Yilin;  Wu, Peijing;  Liu, Xiaoqian;  Li, Sijia;  Zhu, Tingshao;  Zhao, Nan
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COVID-19  residential lockdown  subjective well-being  online ecological recognition  
Reliability map of individual differences reflected in inter-subject correlation in naturalistic imaging 期刊论文
NEUROIMAGE, 2020, 卷号: 223, 页码: 13
Authors:  Gao, Jiaqi;  Chen, Gang;  Wu, Jinfeng;  Wang, Yinshan;  Hu, Yang;  Xu, Ting;  Zuo, Xi-Nian;  Yang, Zhi
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Inter-subject correlation  Individual difference  Movie paradigm  Naturalistic imaging  Retest reliability  
Public mental health under the long-term influence of COVID-19 in China: Geographical and temporal distribution 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF AFFECTIVE DISORDERS, 2020, 卷号: 277, 页码: 893-900
Authors:  Ren, Yali;  Qian, Wei;  Li, Zezhi;  Liu, Zhengkui;  Zhou, Yongjie;  Wang, Ruoxi;  Qi, Ling;  Yang, Jiezhi;  Song, Xiuli;  Zeng, Lingyun;  Zhang, Xiangyang
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COVID-19  Mental health  Geographical distribution  Temporal distribution  General public  
Exploring the Mechanisms of Influence on COVID-19 Preventive Behaviors in China's Social Media Users 期刊论文
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 2020, 卷号: 17, 期号: 23, 页码: 14
Authors:  Liu, Zeyu;  Geng, Huijun;  Chen, Hao;  Zhu, Meng;  Zhu, Tingshao
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COVID-19  preventive behaviors  influence mechanisms  behavioral immune system  social media  
How Employee Authenticity Shapes Work Attitudes and Behaviors: the Mediating Role of Psychological Capital and the Moderating Role of Leader Authenticity 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND PSYCHOLOGY, 2020, 页码: 12
Authors:  Song, Lili;  Wang, Yong;  Zhao, Yukun
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Employee authenticity  Leader authenticity  Psychological capital  Work attitudes and behaviors  
How fear and collectivism influence public's preventive intention towards COVID-19 infection: a study based on big data from the social media 期刊论文
BMC PUBLIC HEALTH, 2020, 卷号: 20, 期号: 1, 页码: 9
Authors:  Huang, Feng;  Ding, Huimin;  Liu, Zeyu;  Wu, Peijing;  Zhu, Meng;  Li, Ang;  Zhu, Tingshao
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COVID-19  Prevention and control  Fear  Cultural characteristics  Social media  Big data analysis  
The Hidden Pandemic of Family Violence During COVID-19: Unsupervised Learning of Tweets 期刊论文
JOURNAL OF MEDICAL INTERNET RESEARCH, 2020, 卷号: 22, 期号: 11, 页码: 11
Authors:  Xue, Jia;  Chen, Junxiang;  Chen, Chen;  Hu, Ran;  Zhu, Tingshao
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Twitter  family violence  COVID-19  machine learning  big data  infodemiology  infoveillance