4 Works

Data from: Predicting Stroop effect from spontaneous neuronal activity: a study of regional homogeneity

Congcong Liu, Zhencai Chen, Ting Wang, Dandan Tang, Glenn Hitchman, Jiangzhou Sun, Xiaoyue Zhao, Lijun Wang & Antao Chen
The Stroop effect is one of the most robust and well-studied phenomena in cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience. However, little is known about the relationship between intrinsic brain activity and the individual differences of this effect. In the present study, we explored this issue by examining whether resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (rs-fMRI) signals could predict individual differences in the Stroop effect of healthy individuals. A partial correlation analysis was calculated to examine the relationship...

Data from: Mito-nuclear phylogeography of the cyprinid fish Gymnodiptychus dybowskii in the arid Tien Shan region of Central Asia

Guogang Li, Zuogang Peng, Renyi Zhang, Yongtao Tang, Chao Tong, Chenguang Feng, Cunfang Zhang & Kai Zhao
We evaluated the phylogeography and historical demography of the cyprinid fish Gymnodiptychus dybowskii (subfamily Schizothoracinae) across three northern Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP) river systems in the Tien Shan range: the Kaidu River, Ili River and Junggar Basin. Results from both mtDNA (16S rRNA and Cyt b) and nuDNA (RAG-2) resolved three reciprocally monophyletic clades, one in each of the three river basins. Estimated divergence times (highest posterior density (HPD) 2.4–3.7 Mya) are consistent with the hypothesis...

Data from: The competitive influences of perceptual load and working memory guidance on selective attention

Jinfeng Tan, Yuanfang Zhao, Lijun Wang, Xia Tian, Yan Cui, Qian Yang, Weigang Pan, Xiaoyue Zhao & Antao Chen
The perceptual load theory in selective attention literature proposes that the interference from task-irrelevant distractor is eliminated when perceptual capacity is fully consumed by task-relevant information. However, the biased competition model suggests that the contents of working memory (WM) can guide attentional selection automatically, even when this guidance is detrimental to visual search. An intriguing but unsolved question is what will happen when selective attention is influenced by both perceptual load and WM guidance. To...

Data from: Extant primitively segmented spiders have recently diversified from an ancient lineage

Xin Xu, Fengxiang Liu, Ren-Chung Cheng, Jian Chen, Xiang Xu, Zhisheng Zhang, Hirotsugu Ono, Dinh Sac Pham, Y. Norma-Rashid, Miquel A. Arnedo, Matjaž Kuntner, Daiqin Li & R.-C. Cheng
Living fossils are lineages that have retained plesiomorphic traits through long time periods. It is expected that such lineages have both originated and diversified long ago. Such expectations have recently been challenged in some textbook examples of living fossils, notably in extant cycads and coelacanths. Using a phylogenetic approach, we tested the patterns of the origin and diversification of liphistiid spiders, a clade of spiders considered to be living fossils due to their retention of...

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  • Southwest University
  • University of Malaya
  • Chongqing University of Arts and Sciences
  • National University of Singapore
  • University of Barcelona
  • Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology
  • Chinese Academy of Sciences
  • Hubei University
  • Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts
  • University of Electronic Science and Technology of China