Yanbo (Helen) Hu

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Area:
Active vision, Emotion Regulation, Working memory, Internet addict, Cerebellum
Website:
https://independent.academia.edu/HuYanbo
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Parents

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Tom Hartley grad student 2005-2006 University of York (UK)
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Graham Hitch grad student 2005-2006 University of York (UK)
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Andrew T. Smith grad student 2006-2010 Royal Holloway, University of London
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Robin Walker grad student 2006-2010 Royal Holloway University of London
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Tom Johnstone post-doc 2012-2014 University of Reading, UK

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Guangheng Dong collaborator 2009-
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Hou J, Yu X, Hu Y, et al. (2016) Value of intravoxel incoherent motion and dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI for predicting the early and short-term responses to chemoradiotherapy in nasopharyngeal carcinoma. Medicine. 95: e4320
Dong, G., Lin, et al. (2015) Imbalanced functional link between executive control network and reward network explain online-game seeking behaviors in internet gaming disorder. Science Report,. 5: 9197
Dong, G., Zhou, et al. (2014) Why the processing of repeated targets is better than that of no repetition: evidence from easy-to-difficult & difficult-to-easy switching situations. Behavioral & Brain Functions.
Dong, G.*, Hu, et al. (2013) Reward/punishment sensitivities among internet addicts: Implications for their addictive behaviors. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry.. 46: 139-145.
Dong G, Lin X, Hu Y, et al. (2013) Brain Activity in Advantageous and Disadvantageous Situations: Implications for Reward/Punishment Sensitivity in Different Situations. Plos One.. 8
Dong, G.*, Hu Y.* (equal contribution), et al. (2013) What makes Internet addicts continue playing online even when faced by severe negative consequences? Possible explanations from an fMRI study. Biol Psychol.
Hu, Y. & Walker, R. (2011).. (2011) The neural basis of parallel saccade programming: a functional imaging (fMRI) study. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience,. 23: 3669-3680.
Dong, G., Hu, et al. (2010) The presentation order of cue and target matters in deception study. Behavioural and Brain Functions,. 6
Dong G., Hu Y., & Zhou H.. (2010) Event-related potential measures of the intending process: Time course and related ERP components. Behavioural and Brain Functions.. 6
Dong, G., Yang, et al. (2009) Is N2 associated with successful suppression of behaviour responses in impulse control processes? Neuroreport,. 20: 537-542.
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