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Neuroticism and conscientiousness respectively positively and negatively correlated with the network characteristic path length in dorsal lateral prefrontal cortex: A resting-state fNIRS study Journal article
BRAIN AND BEHAVIOR, 2018,Volume: 8,Issue: 9
Authors:  Meng‐Yun Wang;  Juan Zhang;  Feng‐Mei Lu;  Yu‐Tao Xiang;  Zhen Yuan
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Big Five Personality Traits  Conscientiousness  Fnirs  Graph Theory  Neuroticism  Small World  
Concurrent mapping of brain activation from multiple subjects during social interaction by hyperscanning: A mini-review Journal article
Quantitative Imaging in Medicine and Surgery, 2018,Volume: 8,Issue: 8,Page: 819-837
Authors:  Wang,Meng Yun;  Luan,Ping;  Zhang,Juan;  Xiang,Yu Tao;  Niu,Haijing;  Yuan,Zhen
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Functional Neuroimaging  Hyperscanning  Social Neuroscience  
Combining behavioral and ERP methodologies to investigate the differences between mcgurk effects demonstrated by cantonese and mandarin speakers Journal article
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2018,Volume: 12
Authors:  Juan Zhang;  Yaxuan Meng;  Catherine McBride;  Xitao Fan;  Zhen Yuan
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Audiovisual Speech Perception  Cantonese  Mandarin  Mcgurk Effect  Mismatch Negativity  
Exploring the neural correlates of lexical stress perception in english among Chinese-English bilingual children with autism spectrum disorder: An ERP study Journal article
Neuroscience Letters, 2018,Volume: 666,Page: 158-164
Authors:  Zhang,Juan;  Meng,Yaxuan;  Tong,Xiuhong;  Yuan,Zhen;  Wu,Chenggang;  Ieong,Sao Leng
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Autism spectrum disorder  Chinese children  Lexical stress  Reversed asymmetry of brain activation