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It is well established that individuals show an other-race effect (ORE) in face recognition: they recognize own-race faces better than other-race faces. The present study tested the hypothesis that individuals would also scan own- and other-race faces differently. We asked Chinese participants to remember Chinese and Caucasian faces and we tested their(More)
To build a new type of wireless capsule endoscope with interactive gastrointestinal tract examination, a localization and orientation system is needed for tracking 3D location and 3D orientation of the capsule movement. The magnetic localization and orientation method produces only 5 DOF, but misses the information of rotation angle along capsule's main(More)
Changes in the expression profiles of microRNAs (miRNAs) have been found in many cancers. The study was aimed to investigate the expression of miR-25, miR-223, and miR-375 in the serum of patients with esophageal squamous cell carcinoma (ESCC) and its effect on survival outcome. We examined the expression levels of miR-25, miR-223, and miR-375 in 20 pairs(More)
To build a new wireless robotic capsule endoscope with external guidance for controllable and interactive GI tract examination, a sensing system is needed for tracking 3D location and 2D orientation of the capsule movement. An appropriate sensing approach is to enclose a small permanent magnet in the capsule. The magnet establishes a magnetic field around(More)
The neural basis of self and identity has received extensive research. However, most of these existing studies have focused on situations where the internal representation of the self is consistent with the external one. The present study used fMRI methodology to examine the neural correlates of two different types of identity conflict: identity faking and(More)
Extensive behavioral and neural evidence suggests that processing of own-race faces differs from that of other-race faces in both adults and infants. However, little research has examined whether and how children scan faces of own and other races differently for face recognition. In this eye-tracking study, Chinese children aged from 4 to 7 years and(More)