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Differentiating emotion-label words and emotion-laden words in emotion conflict: an ERP study Journal article
Experimental Brain Research, 2019,Volume: 237,Issue: 9,Page: 2423-2430
Authors:  Juan Zhang;  Chenggang Wu;  Zhen Yuan;  Yaxuan Meng
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Emotion Conflict  Emotion-label Words  Emotion-laden Words  N200  
Fear as political dynamics: Chinese peasant workers’ struggle over social security Journal article
Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, 2019,Volume: 20,Issue: 1,Page: 19-38
Authors:  Shi,Wei
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body  China  fear  Peasant worker  politics of emotion  social security  subjectivity  
Resonant Dipolar Coupling of Microwaves with Confined Acoustic Vibrations in a Rod-shaped Virus Journal article
SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 2017,Volume: 7
Authors:  Sun, Chi-Kuang;  Tsai, Yi-Chun;  Chen, Yi-Jan E.;  Liu, Tzu-Ming;  Chen, Hui-Yuan;  Wang, Han-Ching;  Lo, Chu-Fang
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Suppression Benefits Boys in Taiwan: The Relation between Gender, Emotional Regulation Strategy, and Mental Health Journal article
FRONTIERS IN PSYCHOLOGY, 2017,Volume: 8
Authors:  Yeh, Kuang-Hui;  Bedford, Olwen;  Wu, Chih-Wen;  Wang, Shu-Yi;  Yen, Nai-Shing
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emotion regulation  gender differences  internalizing problems  negative affect  suppression  reappraisal  Chinese culture  adolescents