Youzhen Chen

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Event-related potentials (ERPs) technique was used to examine brain activity related to task interference during event-based prospective memory. The behavioral data indicated that there existed task interference. Data from ERPs record on non-prospective memory trials suggested that there were significant differences in the time windows of 200-300, 300-350,(More)
Event-related potential technique was used to examine the effect of characteristics of target cues on brain activity related to task interference during event-based prospective memory (PM). Three conditions were tested. In the control condition participants had no PM task and merely performed a shape decision task. In one PM condition the task of PM was to(More)
Base isolation bearings have many good properties for seismic protection of bridges. Recently a new sliding rubber bearing was developed, which has both characteristics of sliding and rubber bearings. When we install these seismic isolation systems, reasonable inelastic design method is required. But since the conventional inelastic design method takes into(More)
High precision and a good capability of fault tolerant are more and more required for today's dynamic positioning system. In this paper, a new kind of data fusion method is presented for the DP system by using federated filters and Unscented Kalman Filter technique. This method could overcome the single sensor's weakness, and the UKF technique bring the(More)
The effects of working memory (WM) demand and reminders on an event-based prospective memory (PM) task were compared between students with low and high achievement in math. WM load (1- and 2-back tasks) was manipulated as a within-subject factor and reminder (with or without reminder) as a between-subject factor. Results showed that high-achieving students(More)
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