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New paradigms for the old question: Challenge the expectation rule held by risky decision-making theories. 期刊论文
Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 2018, 卷号: 12, 期号: E17, 页码: 1–10
Authors:  Zhou, Lei;  Zhang, Yang-Yang;  Li, Shu;  Liang, Zhu-Yuan
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risky decision making  process testing  compensatory rule  non-compensatory rule  
Not all gamblers are created equal: gambling preferences depend on individual personality traits 期刊论文
Journal of Risk Research, 2018, 卷号: 21, 期号: 7, 页码: 885-898
Authors:  Hong-Zhi Liu;  Yu Zheng;  Li-Lin Rao;  Fang Wang;  Yue Sun;  Gui-Hai Huang;  Shu Li;  Zhu-Yuan Liang
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gambling  personality  latent class analysis  risk-taking  domain specificity  
Decreasing ventromedial prefrontal cortex deactivation in risky decision making after simulated microgravity: effects of-6 degrees head-down tilt bed rest 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE, 2014, 卷号: 8, 期号: 0, 页码: 1-9
Authors:  Rao, Li-Lin;  Zhou, Yuan;  Liang, Zhu-Yuan;  Rao, Henyi;  Zheng, Rui;  Sun, Yan;  Tan, Cheng;  Xiao, Yi;  Tian, Zhi-Qiang;  Chen, Xiao-Ping;  Wang, Chun-Hui;  Bai, Yan-Qiang;  Chen, Shan-Guang;  Li, Shu
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risk  BART  fMRI  bed rest  ventromedial prefrontal cortex  
Decreasing ventromedial prefrontal cortex deactivation in risky decision making after simulated microgravity: Effects of -6 degree head-down tilt bed rest 期刊论文
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 2014, 卷号: 8, 期号: -, 页码: 187
Authors:  Rao, Lilin;  Zhou, Yuan;  Liang, Zhuyuan;  Rao, Henyi;  Sun, Yan;  Tan, Cheng;  Xiao, Yi;  Tian, Zhiqiang;  Chen, Xiaoping;  Wang, Chunhui;  Bai, Yanqiang;  Chen, Shanguang;  Li, Shu
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risk  BART  fMRI  bed rest  ventromedial prefrontal cortex  
Anticipated regret, risk perception, or both: Which is most likely responsible for our intention to gamble 期刊论文
Journal of Gambling Studies, 2010, 卷号: 26, 期号: 1, 页码: 105-116
Authors:  Li S(李纾);  Zhou K(周坤);  Sun Y(孙悦);  Rao LL(饶俪琳);  Zheng R(郑蕊);  Liang ZY(梁竹苑)
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Risk perception  Anticipated regret  Intention to gamble  Type of gambling  Moderator effect