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Identifying cognitive preferences for attractive female faces: An event‐related potential experiment using a study‐test paradigm
In this experiment, sensitivity to female facial attractiveness was examined by comparing event‐related potentials (ERPs) in response to attractive and unattractive female faces within a study‐testExpand
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Inhibition Ability of Food Cues between Successful and Unsuccessful Restrained Eaters: A Two-Choice Oddball Task
Background Previous studies have presented mixed findings on the inhibition ability in restrained eaters (REs) due to the limited amount of neural evidence and limitations of behavioral measures. TheExpand
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Personality manipulations: Do they modulate facial attractiveness ratings?
Abstract This study examines the influence of personality manipulations on female facial attractiveness ratings. One hundred and twenty participants (60 males and 60 females) were randomly dividedExpand
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Attention bias in earthquake-exposed survivors: an event-related potential study.
The Chinese Wenchuan earthquake, which happened on the 28th of May in 2008, may leave deep invisible scars in individuals. China has a large number of children and adolescents, who tend to be mostExpand
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Development of the Preference for Online Social Interaction Scale for Chinese Adolescents
Our purpose in this study was to develop a scale to measure preference for online social interaction (POSI). The psychometric properties of the POSI Scale were tested with 2 separate samples ofExpand
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High-disinhibition restrained eaters are disinhibited by self-regulatory depletion in the food-related inhibitory control.
Restrained eating for weight control and loss is becoming highly prevalent in many affluent societies, while most of the restrained eaters are rather unsuccessful in the long term. According to theExpand
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BODY DISSATISFACTION AND RESTRAINED EATING: MEDIATING EFFECTS OF SELF-ESTEEM
Mixed results have been found in studies of the relationship between body dissatisfaction and restrained eating, and self-esteem (Flament et al., 2012; Forrester-Knauss, Perren, & Alsaker, 2012;Expand
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Recognition Memory Bias in Earthquake-Exposed Survivors: A Behavioral and ERP Study
Objective and Methods: To investigate the neural correlates of earthquake-related stimuli among earthquake-exposed survivors, 13 earthquake-exposed undergraduates without posttraumatic stressExpand
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ERP differences between processing of physical characteristics and personality attributes
BackgroundLimited data from behavioral and brain-imaging studies indicate that personality traits and physical characteristics are processed differently by the brain. Additionally,Expand
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