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False Recognition of Emotionally Categorized Pictures in Young and Older Adults 期刊论文
FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 2019, 卷号: 10, 页码: 11
Authors:  Zheng, Zhiwei;  Lang, Minjia;  Wang, Wei;  Xiao, Fengqiu;  Guo, Shuhan;  Li, Juan
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positivity effect  false memory  emotion regulation  executive functioning  aging  
Episodic reconstruction contributes to high-confidence false recognition memories in older adults: Evidence from event-related potentials 期刊论文
BRAIN AND COGNITION, 2019, 卷号: 132, 页码: 13-21
Authors:  Zheng, Zhiwei;  Lang, Minjia;  Wang, Wei;  Xiao, Fengqiu;  Li, Juan
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False recognition  Event-related potentials  Familiarity  Episodic reconstruction  Late posterior negativity  Aging  
Electrophysiological evidence for the effects of emotional content on false recognition memory 期刊论文
COGNITION, 2018, 卷号: 179, 页码: 298-310
Authors:  Zheng, Zhiwei;  Lang, Minjia;  Wang, Wei;  Xiao, Fengqiu;  Li, Juan
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False Recognition  Emotion  Familiarity  Recollection  Event-related Potentials  
情绪效价对错误记忆影响的 年龄差异:来自行为与 ERP 的证据 学位论文
, 北京: 中国科学院研究生院, 2017
Authors:  郎敏佳
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错误记忆  情绪效价  年龄差异  回想-拒绝  提取后监控  事件相关电位  
情节记忆年老化—来自事件相关电位的证据 期刊论文
中国老年学杂志, 2017, 期号: 20, 页码: 5200-5204
Authors:  郑志伟;  肖凤秋;  郎敏佳;  李瑾;  李娟
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情节记忆  年老化  编码  熟悉性  回想  事件相关电位  
The more the better? A meta-analysis on effects of combined cognitive and physical intervention on cognition in healthy older adults 期刊论文
AGEING RESEARCH REVIEWS, 2016, 卷号: 31, 期号: 0, 页码: 67-79
Authors:  Zhu, Xinyi;  Yin, Shufei;  Lang, Minjia;  He, Rongqiao;  Li, Juan
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Meta-analysis  Combined Intervention  Cognitive Intervention  Exercise  Cognition  Healthy Older Adults