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    Safety Stressors and Construction Workers' Safety Performance: The Mediating Role of Ego Depletion and Self-Efficacy
    with Gui Ye, Qingting Xiang, Lijuan Yang, Jingjing Yang, Nini Xia, and Tiantian He
    Frontiers in Psychology 12. 2022.
    As an important influencing factor of construction workers' safety performance, safety stressor has received increasing attention. However, no consensus has been reached on the relationship between different types of safety stressors and the subdimensions of safety performance, and the mechanism by which safety stressors influence safety performance remains unclear. This study proposed a multiple mediation model with ego depletion and self-efficacy as mediators between safety stressors and worke…Read more
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    Why Tu Youyou Makes Less Money Than Zhang Ziyi?
    with Qinghui Suo and Daming Zhang
    Science and Engineering Ethics 23 (4): 1233-1235. 2017.
    Scientists normally earn less money than many other professions which require a similar amount of training and qualification. The economic theory of marginal utility and cost-benefit analysis can be applied to explain this phenomenon. Although scientists make less money than entertainment stars, the scientists do research work out of their interest and they also enjoy a much higher reputation and social status in some countries.
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    Time-Dependent Effects of Acute Exercise on University Students’ Cognitive Performance in Temperate and Cold Environments
    with Ling-Yu Ji, Xiao-Ling Li, Xiu-Wen Sun, Hui-Fen Wang, Long Chen, and Liang Gao
    Frontiers in Psychology 8. 2017.
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    Transferable Feature Representation for Visible-to-Infrared Cross-Dataset Human Action Recognition
    with Zhaoyang Lu, Jing Li, Chao Yao, and Yanzi Deng
    Complexity 2018 1-20. 2018.
    Recently, infrared human action recognition has attracted increasing attention for it has many advantages over visible light, that is, being robust to illumination change and shadows. However, the infrared action data is limited until now, which degrades the performance of infrared action recognition. Motivated by the idea of transfer learning, an infrared human action recognition framework using auxiliary data from visible light is proposed to solve the problem of limited infrared action data. …Read more
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    Training and Transfer Effects of Combining Inhibitory Control Training With Transcutaneous Vagus Nerve Stimulation in Healthy Adults
    with Chunchen Wang, Xinsheng Cao, Zhijun Gao, and Zhihong Wen
    Frontiers in Psychology 13. 2022.
    Inhibitory control training is a promising method to improve individual performance of inhibitory control. Recent studies have suggested transcutaneous vagus nerve stimulation as a novel approach to affect cognitive function owing to its ability to modulate the locus coeruleus-noradrenaline system. To examine the synergistic effects of combining ICT with tVNS, 58 young males in college were randomly assigned to four groups: ICT + tVNS, ICT + sham tVNS, sham ICT + tVNS, and sham ICT + sham tVNS. …Read more
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    Emergency Evacuation of Hazardous Chemical Accidents Based on Diffusion Simulation
    with Jiang-Hua Zhang, Hai-Yue Liu, and Rui Zhu
    Complexity 1-16. 2017.
    The recent rapid development of information technology, such as sensing technology, communications technology, and database, allows us to use simulation experiments for analyzing serious accidents caused by hazardous chemicals. Due to the toxicity and diffusion of hazardous chemicals, these accidents often lead to not only severe consequences and economic losses, but also traffic jams at the same time. Emergency evacuation after hazardous chemical accidents is an effective means to reduce the lo…Read more
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    A Study of Tapping by the Unaffected Finger of Patients Presenting with Central and Peripheral Nerve Damage
    with Lingli Zhang, Xiuying Han, Peihong Li, Yulian Zhu, Jun Zou, and Zhusheng Yu
    Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9. 2015.
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    Social Status and Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence from Chinese Privately Owned Firms
    with Weiqi Dai, Mingqing Liao, and Jiang Wei
    Journal of Business Ethics 169 (4): 651-672. 2020.
    In countries such as China, where Confucianism is the backbone of national culture, high-social-status entrepreneurs are inclined to engage in corporate social responsibility activities due to the perceived high stress from stakeholders and high ability of doing CSR. Based on a large-scale survey of private enterprises in China, our paper finds that Chinese entrepreneurs at private firms who have high social status are prone to engage in social responsibility efforts. In addition, high-social-st…Read more
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    The event-triggered consensus control for leader-following multiagent systems subjected to external disturbances is investigated, by using the output feedback. In particular, a novel distributed event-triggered protocol is proposed by adopting dynamic observers to estimate the internal state information based on the measurable output signal. It is shown that under the developed observer-based event-triggered protocol, multiple agents will reach consensus with the desired disturbance attenuation …Read more
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    How do fairness definitions fare? Testing public attitudes towards three algorithmic definitions of fairness in loan allocations
    with Nripsuta Ani Saxena, Karen Huang, Evan DeFilippis, Goran Radanovic, and David C. Parkes
    Artificial Intelligence 283 (C): 103238. 2020.
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    Relationship Between Cognitive Fusion, Experiential Avoidance, and Obsessive–Compulsive Symptoms in Patients With Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder
    with Ai Xiong, Xiong Lai, Siliang Wu, Xin Yuan, Jun Tang, Jinyuan Chen, and Maorong Hu
    Frontiers in Psychology 12. 2021.
    Objective: This study aimed to explore the relationship among cognitive fusion, experiential avoidance, and obsessive–compulsive symptoms in patients with obsessive–compulsive disorder.Methods: A total of 118 outpatient and inpatient patients with OCD and 109 healthy participants, gender- and age-matched, were selected using cognitive fusion questionnaire, acceptance and action questionnaire−2nd edition, Yale–Brown scale for obsessive–compulsive symptoms, Hamilton anxiety scale, and Hamilton dep…Read more
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    Eye Size Affects Cuteness in Different Facial Expressions and Ages
    with Lichang Yao, Qi Dai, Qiong Wu, 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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    Interpersonal physiological synchrony has been consistently found during collaborative tasks. However, few studies have applied synchrony to predict collaborative learning quality in real classroom. To explore the relationship between interpersonal physiological synchrony and collaborative learning activities, this study collected electrodermal activity and heart rate during naturalistic class sessions and compared the physiological synchrony between independent task and group discussion task. T…Read more
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    The behavior of somatic stem cells is regulated by their niche. Interaction between hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) and their niches are a representative model to understand stem cell‐niche interplay. Here, we provide an overview of crosstalk between HSCs and their niches in bone marrow and extramedullary organs following the life journey of HSCs from emergence, development, maturation until aging. We highlight the unique differences of HSC niches in different life stages within various organs f…Read more
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    Dipole of edge misfit dislocations and critical radius conditions for buried strained cylindrical inhomogeneity
    with Q. H. Fang and P. H. Wen
    Philosophical Magazine 89 (20): 1585-1595. 2009.
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    Signaling Effects of CSR Performance on Cross-border Alliance Formation
    with Ding Wang, Jiang Wei, and Niels Noorderhaven
    Journal of Business Ethics 186 (4): 831-850. 2023.
    This study examines the effects of corporate social responsibility (CSR) performance of Chinese firms on the formation of cross-border alliances with partners in developed countries. We use signaling theory and the co-evolutionary perspective as bases in proposing that the signaling effects of CSR performance on cross-border alliance formation are subject to the influences of subnational, national, and cross-national institutions. By using a longitudinal data set, we find that the signaling effe…Read more
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    Polarized message-passing in graph neural networks
    with Tiantian He, Yew-Soon Ong, Xiaohu Wu, and Xin Luo
    Artificial Intelligence 331 (C): 104129. 2024.
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    CRISPR (clustered regularly interspaced short palindromic repeats) activation (CRISPRa) in bacteria is an attractive method for programmable gene activation. Recently, a eukaryote‐like, σ54‐dependent CRISPRa system has been reported. It exhibits high dynamic ranges and permits flexible target site selection. Here, an overview of the existing strategies of CRISPRa in bacteria is presented, and the characteristics and design principles of the CRISPRa system are introduced. Possible scenarios for a…Read more
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    Atomically resolved precipitates/matrix interfaces in KTaO3crystals
    with Y. B. Xu, Y. L. Tang, X. L. Ma, and Y. L. Zhu
    Philosophical Magazine 96 (5): 486-497. 2016.
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    Transforming environmental leadership into environmental performance: The mediating role of green intellectual capital
    with Mengjie Xi, Wei Fang, and Taiwen Feng
    Business Ethics, the Environment and Responsibility. forthcoming.
    According to upper echelon theory, this research seeks to explore how environmental leadership (EL) influences environmental performance through green intellectual capital (GIC), while also considering environmental climate as a moderator. We analyze the data from 317 Chinese manufacturing companies in two waves to test these hypotheses. The findings suggest that EL positively affects environmental performance via green structural capital and green relational capital (GRC). Moreover, environment…Read more