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Mapping the small-world properties of brain networks in deception with functional near-infrared spectroscopy
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We used functional near-infrared spectroscopy and complex network theory to extract the attribute features of the functional brain networks underling deception in subjects exhibiting spontaneous or controlled behaviors. Expand
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Neural correlates of second-order verbal deception: A functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) study
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The present study focused on neural correlates underlying second-order deception. Expand
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Detecting concealed information using feedback related event-related brain potentials
Employing an event-related potential (ERP)-based concealed information test (CIT), the present study investigated (1) the neurocognitive processes when people received feedbacks regarding theirExpand
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Development of the Tendency to Use Emotion Regulation Strategies and Their Relation to Depressive Symptoms in Chinese Adolescents
The process model of emotion regulation posits that the tendency to use cognitive reappraisal is associated with positive outcomes (e.g., greater positive emotion) while the tendency to useExpand
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Detecting Concealed Information Using Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
The present study focused on the potential application of fNIRS in the detection of concealed information. Participants either committed a mock crime or not and then were presented with a randomizedExpand
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Novel, ERP-based, concealed information detection: Combining recognition-based and feedback-evoked ERPs
The present study introduced a novel variant of the concealed information test (CIT), called the feedback-CIT. By providing participants with feedbacks regarding their memory concealment performanceExpand
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Detecting Concealed Information with Fused Electroencephalography and Functional Near-infrared Spectroscopy
In this study, fused electroencephalography (EEG) and functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) techniques were utilized to examine the relationship between the ERP (event-related potential)Expand
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Telling a truth to deceive: Examining executive control and reward-related processes underlying interpersonal deception
HIGHLIGHTSExamining both executive control and reward‐related processes underlying interpersonal deception.Intentions to deceive elicited larger N200s and smaller P300s than honest.Feedbacks afterExpand
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Young children's self‐benefiting lies and their relation to executive functioning and theory of mind
It is well established that children lie in different social contexts for various purposes from the age of 2 years. Surprisingly, little is known about whether very young children will spontaneouslyExpand
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Age-Related Differences in the Late Positive Potential during Emotion Regulation between Adolescents and Adults
The late positive potential (LPP) has been well documented in predicting the effect of emotion regulation in previous developmental literature. However, few studies have examined age-related changesExpand
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