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    Sensitivity to moral goodness under different aesthetic contexts
    with Chenjing Wu, Hongyan Zhu, Yameng Zhang, and Xianyou He
    Ethics and Behavior. forthcoming.
    Does context influence our appreciation of beauty? To answer this question, two experiments were conducted to determine the effect of contextual aesthetics on the recognition of moral behavior. Experiment 1 demonstrated that individuals in a high-aesthetic context had a quicker recognition time for moral behavior than those in a low-aesthetic context. In a low-aesthetic context, individuals recognize immoral behavior more quickly than in a high aesthetic context. Individuals showed greater recog…Read more
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    Case Report: Deep Brain Stimulation of the Nucleus Basalis of Meynert for Advanced Alzheimer's Disease
    with Wei Liu, Bhavana Patel, Yingchuan Chen, Kailiang Wang, Anchao Yang, Fangang Meng, Aparna Wagle Shukla, Shanshan Cen, John Yu, Adolfo Ramirez-Zamora, and Jianguo Zhang
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15. 2021.
    Patients with advanced Alzheimer's disease experience cognitive impairment and physical disabilities in daily life. Currently, there are no treatments available to slow down the course of the disease, and limited treatments exist only to treat symptoms. However, deep brain stimulation of the nucleus basalis of Meynert has been reported to improve cognitive function in individuals with AD. Here, we report the effects of NBM-DBS on cognitive function in a subject with severe AD. An 80-year-old mal…Read more
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    The Foundation of Phenomenological Ethics: Intentional Feelings
    with Yu Xin
    Frontiers of Philosophy in China 4 (1): 130-142. 2009.
    E. Husserl's reflections in Logical Investigations on "Intentional Feelings" and "non-intentional feelings" are significant in both his later ethical explorations and M. Scheler's thought on ethics. Through the incorporation of the views of Husserl and Scheler, we find that the phenomenology of the intentional feeling-acts is not only the foundation of the non-formal ethics of values in Scheler's phenomenology, but also at least the constitutive foundation of the ethics of Husserl's first orient…Read more
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    Chinese Philosophy as a Kind of Field Philosophy
    Social Epistemology 35 (4): 416-425. 2020.
    Chinese philosophy is practical in orientation. This practical orientation is consistent with field philosophy, which aims to break the disciplinary mode of knowledge production and establish inter...
  • Huang Zhen yu Dongfa xue pai
    Ren min chu ban she. 2003.
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    Rejection sensitivity mediates the interparental conflict and adolescent Internet addiction: School connectedness as a moderator
    with Zhiyuan Tao, Xiuli Zhao, Zhenhai Wang, and Chengfu Yu
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    Internet addiction is a growing social problem with negative mental and social outcomes; the present study examined whether rejection sensitivity mediates the relationship between interparental conflict and adolescent IA and the moderating role of school connectedness. One thousand and seven adolescents anonymously completed questionnaires to assess interparental conflict, school connectedness, rejection sensitivity, IA, and demographic information. The model results showed that: the positive as…Read more
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    Assessing the impact of digital education and the role of the big data analytics course to enhance the skills and employability of engineering students
    with Lin Xu, Jingxiao Zhang, Yiying Ding, Gangzhu Sun, Simon P. Philbin, and Brian H. W. Guo
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    This study aims to explore the role of digital education in the development of skills and employability for engineering students through researching the role of big data analytics courses. The empirical study proposes the hypothesis that both soft and hard skills have positive effects on human capital, individual attributes, and the career development dimensions of engineering students. This is achieved through constructing a framework of three dimensions of engineering students’ employability a…Read more
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    How and when seeking feedback from coworkers pays off? The mixed role of coworker relationship
    with Jing Qian and Haibo Yu
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    Although research in the feedback-seeking behavior literature has primarily focused on feedback-seeking from supervisors, some emerging works have begun to explore the benefits of coworker feedback-seeking behavior. Based on the social exchange theory, we investigated how and when seeking feedback from coworkers will benefit the seekers. Using a sample of 327 teachers from China, we find that seeking feedback from coworkers is positively associated with task performance and workplace well-being.…Read more
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    Source localization and functional network analysis in emotion cognitive reappraisal with EEG-fMRI integration
    with Wenjie Li, Zhongyi Jiang, Tiantong Zhou, Shoukun Xu, and Ling Zou
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 16. 2022.
    BackgroundThe neural activity and functional networks of emotion-based cognitive reappraisal have been widely investigated using electroencephalography and functional magnetic resonance imaging. However, single-mode neuroimaging techniques are limited in exploring the regulation process with high temporal and spatial resolution.ObjectivesWe proposed a source localization method with multimodal integration of EEG and fMRI and tested it in the source-level functional network analysis of emotion co…Read more
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    The spread of the COVID-19 virus shows that it is time to re-emphasize the ethical attitude of “awe of others, awe of nature, and awe of life.” It once again reveals the importance of green development. In this study, we introduce awe into the context of COVID-19 and construct an “emotion-motivation-behavior” framework, aiming to explore the relationship between the epidemic and green purchasing behavior from a psychological perspective. Study 1 demonstrates the effect of awe on green purchasing…Read more
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    Cross-cultural adaptation and psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the postpartum depression literacy scale
    with Pingping Guo, Nianqi Cui, Minna Mao, Xuehui Zhang, Dandan Chen, Ping Xu, Xiaojuan Wang, Qiong Zheng, Zhenzhen le ZhangXiang, Yin Jin, and Suwen Feng
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    Background and aimThe postpartum depression literacy of perinatal women is closely related to the occurrence, recognition, and treatment of postpartum depression, therefore valid instruments for evaluating the level of PoDLi are of great significance for both research and clinical practice. This study aimed to cross-culturally adapt the postpartum depression literacy scale into Chinese and to test its psychometric properties among Chinese perinatal women.Materials and methodsA cross-sectional st…Read more
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    Athlete students lead a healthier life than their non-athlete peers: A cross-sectional study of health behaviors, depression, and perceived health status among university students
    with Huixuan Zhou, Yufei Zhang, Xueyan Han, Xiaotong Dai, Litian Lou, Xiao Hou, Chan Zhou, and Zeting Liu
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    Some studies show that athlete students are more likely to engage in health-risk behaviors with negative health consequences, while others suggest that they lead a healthier life than their non-athlete peers. Given these inconsistent results, this study aims to compare health behaviors, depression, and perceived health status between athlete and non-athlete students, and explore the associations between health behaviors and health outcomes. An online questionnaire survey including Heath Habits S…Read more
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    Psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the preoperative assessment of readiness tool among surgical patients
    with Guanjun Bao, Yuanfei Liu, Yile Yang, MeiQi Yao, Lin Zhu, and Jingfen Jin
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    BackgroundThe evaluation of the surgical readiness of patients plays an important role in clinical care. Preoperative readiness assessment is needed to identify the inadequacy among surgical patients, which provides guide for interventions to improve patients’ preoperative readiness. However, there is a paucity of high-level, quality tool that evaluate surgical readiness of patients in China. The purpose of this study is to translate the Preoperative Assessment of Readiness Tool into Chinese and…Read more
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    Electrical stimulation mapping in the medial prefrontal cortex induced auditory hallucinations of episodic memory: A case report
    with Qiting Long, Wenjie Li, Biao Han, Qi Chen, Lu Shen, and Xingzhou Liu
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 16. 2022.
    It has been well documented that the auditory system in the superior temporal cortex is responsible for processing basic auditory sound features, such as sound frequency and intensity, while the prefrontal cortex is involved in higher-order auditory functions, such as language processing and auditory episodic memory. The temporal auditory cortex has vast forward anatomical projections to the prefrontal auditory cortex, connecting with the lateral, medial, and orbital parts of the prefrontal cort…Read more
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    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most employees face increasing career-related stress, particularly those who work in multinational corporations, because the international travel constraints prevent them from going back to their families. Hence, it is imperative to investigate the critical impact of employees’ occupational burnout on career-related outcomes. In response, this research explores the moderating effect of OB on the relationships between career competencies and career sustainability. To…Read more
  • What is Enlightenment: Can China Answer Kant's Question?
    State University of New York Press. 2010.
    A cross-cultural work which reinvigorates the consideration of enlightenment
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    Objective: Tangent Space Mapping using the geometric structure of the covariance matrices is an effective method to recognize multiclass motor imagery. Compared with the traditional CSP method, the Riemann geometric method based on TSM takes into account the nonlinear information contained in the covariance matrix, and can extract more abundant and effective features. Moreover, the method is an unsupervised operation, which can reduce the time of feature extraction. However, EEG features induced…Read more
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    Syntax-aware entity representations for neural relation extraction
    with Zhengqiu He, Wenliang Chen, Zhenghua Li, Hao Shao, and Min Zhang
    Artificial Intelligence 275 (C): 602-617. 2019.
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    Green Credit Policy and Corporate Stock Price Crash Risk: Evidence From China
    with Yun Liu, Fengyun Zhang, and Huan Dou
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    Using the promulgation of Green Credit Guidelines in China as the research setting, this paper exploits a quasi-natural experiment to examine the impact of green credit policy on the stock price crash risk of heavy-polluting firms. The results show that green credit policy significantly increases the risk of stock price crash of heavy-polluting firms. Such impact is transmitted through increased financial constraints and reduced information transparency. In addition, we find that the impact of g…Read more
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    On the basis of Buber’s distinction between “I-It” and “I-Thou” relationships, this paper explores the role of sex in intimate relationships by analyzing research in the fields of psychoanalysis and attachment theory. In the “I-Thou” relationship mode, both parties are often able to fully participate in the current sexual behavior and respond wholeheartedly. When there is incoordination in sexual activities, they can negotiate sincerely, and can even repair the relationship if it breaks down. In…Read more
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    The literature has widely studied the market response to the financial news or events but mainly focused on the stock market. This article associates the concept of internet news with the bond market response and attempts to examine how credit rating agencies and bond investors, two important bond participants, react to financial news on the internet with a range of multiply regressions. Our empirical study leads to several findings. First, CRAs tend to ignore the warnings of financial news on t…Read more
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    Digitalization and advanced technologies are replacing human jobs. Around the world, many people have lost their jobs due to increasing digitalization. Similarly, Chinese expatriates associated with the manufacturing sector in emerging countries such as Vietnam face similar challenges. Therefore, Chinese expatriates need to bring competitiveness in their competencies. This competitiveness brings sustainability to their career. The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of career competen…Read more
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    Age Difference in Roles of Perceived Social Support and Psychological Capital on Mental Health During COVID-19
    with Shiyue Cao, Yue Zhu, Pei Li, Cody Ding, and Dong Yang
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease-2019 pandemic and consequent confinement measures, young people are vulnerable to mental health problems. The current study compared a group of 440 young adolescents and a group of 330 emerging adults to investigate the extent to which perceived social support and psychological capital were differentially associated with mental health problems. Participants were asked to report their current psychosocial adaptation status during the COVID-19 pandemi…Read more
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    In Max Scheler’s non-formal ethics of value, “good” is a value but by no means a “non-moral value”; rather, it is a second-order “moral value,” always appearing in the realization of first-order non-moral values. According to the relevant notion of the a priori of phenomenology, whilst all the non-moral values are given in “value cognition,” the moral value of good is self-given in “moral cognition”. The reflections and answers offered by Scheler’s non-formal ethics of value on “What is good?” c…Read more
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    Trust ManagementTrust Management for Software-Defined Heterogeneous Vehicular Ad Hoc NetworksVehicular Ad hoc Networks
    with Adnan Mahmood, Quan Z. Sheng, Sarah Ali Siddiqui, and Abdulwahab Aljubairy
    In Zaigham Mahmood (ed.), Security, Privacy and Trust in the Iot Environment, Springer Verlag. pp. 203-226. 2019.
    Over the past few decades, a considerable amount of interest has been observed for improving the overall road transportation across the globe, primarily to enhance the safety of vehicular passengers and vulnerable road pedestrians. Vehicular Ad hoc NetworksVehicular Ad hoc Networks are anticipated to play a critical role in smart cities and Internet of Things domain. Instead, it is expected that a new paradigm of Internet of VehiclesInternet of Vehicles will soon become an important component of…Read more
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    Anxiety is one of the most important affective factors affecting college students' foreign language learning. Especially in the Internet age, new teaching ideas and methods bring new load and anxiety to students' psychology. Taking students who attend a college English online course learning as the research object, this paper analyzes the general situation and professional skills of the students' psychological anxiety under the network environment by using the method of investigation and data an…Read more
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    Urban rail transit can improve a city’s accessibility. However, high construction and operation costs restrict the development of urban rail transit. Value capture recoups the additional value that the investments of urban rail transit confer to local land and is considered to be an effective measure to alleviate this financial problem. Understanding the land value uplift effects of urban rail transit is essential for understanding value capture. This study applied a Space-P model of urban rail …Read more
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    Adolescents' community violence exposure has been demonstrated with a range of behavioral and psychological problems, but the processes that explain these correlations are not clear. In our 2017 study, the mediating role of deviant peer affiliation in the relationship between CVE and externalizing problem behaviors has been confirmed. However, the moderating effect of parental factors is still unclear. Therefore, a new group was adopted in this study to further explore the moderating effect of p…Read more