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    A gradual increase in population and urbanization has increased the demand for global resources, which ultimately burdens the depletion of resources and challenges environmental sustainability worldwide. In recent decades, nature sustainability has been the biggest challenge encountered by humankind. In addition, the changing lifestyle and consumption patterns have enormously played a key role. However, the consumption pattern from the employee’s perspective suffers from the lack of research. Th…Read more
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    Enhancing free choice masked priming via switch trials during repeated practice
    with Qi Dai, Lichang Yao, Yiyang Yu, Wen Li, Jiajia Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, and Jinglong Wu
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    The masked priming paradigm has been extensively used to investigate the indirect impacts of unconscious stimuli on conscious behaviors, and the congruency effect of priming on free choices has gained increasing attention. Free choices allow participants to voluntarily choose a response from multiple options during each trial. While repeated practice is known to increase priming effects in subliminal visual tasks, whether practice increases the priming effect of free choices in the masked primin…Read more
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    Eye Size Affects Cuteness in Different Facial Expressions and Ages
    with Lichang Yao, Qi Dai, Yang Liu, Yiyang Yu, Ting Guo, Mengni Zhou, Jiajia Yang, Satoshi Takahashi, Yoshimichi Ejima, and Jinglong Wu
    Frontiers in Psychology 12. 2022.
    Researchers have suggested that infants exhibiting baby schema are considered cute. These similar studies have mainly focused on changes in overall baby schema facial features. However, whether a change in only eye size affects the perception of cuteness across different facial expressions and ages has not been explicitly evaluated until now. In the present study, a paired comparison method and 7-point scale were used to investigate the effects of eye size on perceived cuteness across facial exp…Read more
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    Effect of Tempo on Temporal Expectation Driven by Rhythms in Dual-Task Performance
    with Zhihan Xu, Yanna Ren, Yosuke Misaki, and Sa Lu
    Frontiers in Psychology 12. 2021.
    Temporal expectation is the ability to focus attention at a particular moment in time to optimize performance, which has been shown to be driven by regular rhythms. However, whether the rhythm-based temporal expectations rely upon automatic processing or require the involvement of controlled processing has not been clearly established. Furthermore, whether the mechanism is affected by tempo remains unknown. To investigate this research question, the present study used a dual-task procedure. In a…Read more
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    Efficiency and Enhancement in Attention Networks of Elite Shooting and Archery Athletes
    with Quanyu Lu, Pengli Li, Xinghua Liu, and Yanhong Wu
    Frontiers in Psychology 12. 2021.
    Attention has been theorized as a system comprising three networks that can be estimated reliably by the attention network test ; the three networks are defined as alerting, orienting, and conflict control. The present study aims to identify the attention networks that are crucial for elite shooting and archery athletes and to examine whether mindfulness training can improve elite athletes' attention networks. We compared the performances in ANT between 62 elite athletes from the Chinese nationa…Read more
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    Shared leadership is lauded to be a performance-enhancing approach with applications in many management domains. It is conceptualized as a dynamic team process as it evolves over time. However, it is surprising to find that there are no studies that have examined its temporally relevant boundary conditions for the effectiveness of the team. Contributing to an advanced understanding of the mechanism of shared leadership in engineering design teams, this research aims to investigate whether shared…Read more
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    Interocular suppression prevents interference in a flanker task
    with Jonathan T. H. Lo Voi, Thomas Y. Lee, Melissa-Ann Mackie, Yanhong Wu, and Jin Fan
    Frontiers in Psychology 6. 2015.