Zhiguo Hu

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The present study investigated the neural overlap and dissociation underlying overt word production in the first language (L1) and second language (L2). Twenty-four Chinese-English bilinguals named pictures in either L1 or L2 while being scanned with functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). When comparing picture naming in L2 to naming in L1, increased(More)
Effective literacy education in deaf students calls for psycholinguistic research revealing the cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying their written language processing. When learning a written language, deaf students are often instructed to sign out printed text. The present fMRI study was intended to reveal the neural substrates associated with word(More)
The brain activity associated with automatic semantic priming has been extensively studied. Thus far there has been no prior study that directly contrasts the neural mechanisms of semantic and affective priming. The present study employed event-related fMRI to examine the common and distinct neural bases underlying conceptual and affective priming with a(More)
Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) is a novel technology, which is developed with the advancement of micro-electronic, computing, and wireless communication technology. WSNs has merits of distributed information processing, covering broadly, and remote monitoring and control. Considering the disperse deployment, wind power resource random and seasonal(More)
OBJECTIVE Patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) clinically exhibit a deficit in positive emotional processing and are often distracted by especially negative emotional stimuli. Such emotional-cognitive interference in turn hampers the cognitive abilities of patients in their ongoing task. While the psychological correlates of such emotional conflict(More)
We study multiplier algebras for a large class of Banach algebras which contains the group algebra L 1 (G), the Beurling algebras L 1 (G, ω), and the Fourier algebra A(G) of a locally compact group G. This study yields numerous new results and unifies some existing theorems on L 1 (G) and A(G) through an abstract Banach algebraic approach. Applications are(More)
The present study aims to explore the influence of emotional context on word evaluation. Participants were asked to read an "adjective + noun" phrase, where the adjective could be a positive or negative word, and the noun could be a positive, neutral or negative word, and then to make an emotional evaluation on the emotional tone of the target noun based on(More)
Glutaredoxins (Grxs) are small ubiquitous redox enzymes that catalyze glutathione-dependent reactions to reduce protein disulfide. In this study, a full-length Grx gene (PsGrx) with 270 nucleotides was isolated from Antarctic sea-ice bacterium Pseudoalteromonas sp. AN178. It encoded deduced 89 amino acid residues with the molecular weight 9.8 kDa. Sequence(More)
  • ZHIGUO HU, MATTHIAS NEUFANG, ZHONG-JIN RUAN
  • 2011
We study locally compact quantum groups G through the convolution algebras L 1 (G) and (T (L 2 (G)),). We prove that the reduced quantum group C *-algebra C 0 (G) can be recovered from the convolution by showing that the right T (L 2 (G))-module K(L 2 (G)) T (L 2 (G)) is equal to C 0 (G). On the other hand, we show that the left T (L 2 (G))-module T (L 2(More)