Yujia Peng

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University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
Area:
Biological motion, Causal reasoning
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Fang Fang research assistant 2011-2014 Peking University
Hongjing Lu grad student 2014-2019 UCLA
Michelle G. Craske post-doc 2019-2021 UCLA
Hakwan Lau post-doc 2019-2021 Columbia
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Cushing CA, Peng Y, Anderson Z, et al. (2023) Broadening the scope: Multiple functional connectivity networks underlying threat and safety signaling. Biorxiv : the Preprint Server For Biology
Peng Y, Knotts JD, Young KS, et al. (2022) Threat Neurocircuitry Predicts the Development of Anxiety and Depression Symptoms in a Longitudinal Study. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Peng Y, Lu H, Johnson SP. (2021) Infant perception of causal motion produced by humans and inanimate objects. Infant Behavior & Development. 64: 101615
Shu T, Peng Y, Zhu SC, et al. (2021) A unified psychological space for human perception of physical and social events. Cognitive Psychology. 128: 101398
Peng Y, Knotts JD, Taylor CT, et al. (2021) Failure to Identify Robust Latent Variables of Positive or Negative Valence Processing Across Units of Analysis. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Peng Y, Lee H, Shu T, et al. (2020) Exploring biological motion perception in two-stream convolutional neural networks. Vision Research. 178: 28-40
Chiang JN, Peng Y, Lu H, et al. (2020) Distributed Code for Semantic Relations Predicts Neural Similarity during Analogical Reasoning. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 1-13
Peng Y, Ichien N, Lu H. (2019) Causal actions enhance perception of continuous body movements. Cognition. 194: 104060
Ogren M, Kaplan B, Peng Y, et al. (2019) Motion or emotion: Infants discriminate emotional biological motion based on low-level visual information. Infant Behavior & Development. 57: 101324
Lee H, Peng Y, Shu T, et al. (2019) Can two-stream convolutional neural networks emulate human perception of biological movements? Journal of Vision. 19
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