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Are we sensitive to valence differences in emotionally negative stimuli? Electrophysiological evidence from an ERP study
The present study investigated whether the human brain is sensitive to valence differences in emotionally negative stimuli by recording event-related potentials (ERPs) for extremely negative (EN),Expand
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Brain mechanism of Stroop interference effect in Chinese characters
Event-related brain potentials were measured when 11 healthy Chinese subjects finished Chinese Characters Stroop tasks. The behavioral data showed that the Stroop task yielded a robust StroopExpand
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Different neural substrates underlying directed forgetting for negative and neutral images: An event-related potential study
The aim of this study was to investigate the different neural correlations of directed forgetting for emotionally negative and neutral images in 17 healthy individuals using event-related potentialsExpand
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Linking perceived organizational support with employee work outcomes in a Chinese context: Organizational identification as a mediator
Perceived organizational support (POS) is viewed as an important explanatory framework for understanding the relationship between employees and the workplace, and is regarded by some researchers asExpand
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A meta‐analysis of neuroimaging studies on divergent thinking using activation likelihood estimation
In this study, an activation likelihood estimation (ALE) meta‐analysis was used to conduct a quantitative investigation of neuroimaging studies on divergent thinking. Based on the ALE results, theExpand
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Neural correlates of the “Aha” experiences: Evidence from an fMRI study of insight problem solving
In the present study, we used learning-testing paradigm to examine brain activation of "Aha" effects with event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) during solving Chinese logogriphs.Expand
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The neural basis of insight problem solving: An event-related potential study
The electrophysiological correlates of successful insight problem solving (Chinese logogriphs) were studied in 18 healthy subjects using high-density event-related potentials (ERPs). A newExpand
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Examining brain structures associated with perceived stress in a large sample of young adults via voxel-based morphometry
  • H. Li, W. Li, +4 authors J. Qiu
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • NeuroImage
  • 15 May 2014
Perceived stress reflects the extent to which situations are appraised as stressful at a given point in one's life. Past brain imaging studies have examined activation patterns underlying the stressExpand
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Spatiotemporal cortical activation underlying dilemma decision-making: An event-related potential study
Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were measured when 18 Chinese subjects performed a dilemma decision task. During this task, subjects were required to decide who to rescue when two relativesExpand
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Brain mechanism of cognitive conflict in a guessing Chinese logogriph task
To investigate the neural substrates of cognitive conflict in high-level thought processing, we recorded event-related potentials while participants thought about the logogriph answers. We identifiedExpand
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