Dr. Yanhong Wu is a professor in department of brain and cognitive sciences, and she is also secretary of the party committee of yuanpei college. Her lab mainly focus on Combining qualitative research, behavioral experiments and brain imaging techniques to investigate cognitive characteristics, neural basis of human reflective self-representation and the influence of Chinese Culture and sub-Culture (Chinese ethnic minority groups) on self-processing. They Use fMRI, ERP, and brain lesion studies to explore neural mechanisms of cognitive control, attention and memory She has been rewarded for her excellent teaching including Tang Lixin Scholarship Outstanding Scholar Award in 2017,."
List of Publications
Wang, J.#, Chen, J.#, Yang, X., Liu, L., Wu, C., Lu, L., Li, L., & Wu, Y.* (2021). Common brain substrates underlying auditory speech priming and perceived spatial separation. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 15, 664985. (# co-first authors)
Lu, Q. #, Li, P. #, Wu, Q., Liu, X., & Wu, Y.* (2021). Efficiency and enhancement in attention networks of elite shooting and archery athletes. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 638822. (# co-first authors)
Wuyun, G., Wang, J., Zhang, L., Wang, K., Yi, L.*, & Wu, Y.* (2020). Actions Speak Louder than Words: The Role of Action in Self-Referential Advantage in Children with Autism. Autism Research, 13(5), 810-820.
Chen, Y.#, Spagna, A.#, Wu, T.#, Kim, T. H., Wu, Q., Chen, C., Wu, Y., & Fan, J*. (2019). Testing a cognitive control model of human intelligence. Scientific Report, 9(1), doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-39685-2. (# co-first authors)
Wang, X.#, Wu, Q.#, Tang, H., Zhao, F., Yang, Z., Wang, B., Li, P.*, Wang, Z., Wu, Y., Fan, J., & Liu, P*. (2019). Selective impairment of the executive attentional network in adult patients with neurofibromatosis type 1. Neuroreport, 30, 921-926. (# co-first authors)
Zhu, Z.#, Wang, Y.#, Jia, J., & Wu, Y*. (2019). Beta and alpha desynchronizations underlie reconsolidation-mediated episodic memory updating. Neuropsychologia. 132, doi.org/10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2019.107135. (# co-first authors)
Wang, X.#, Wu, Q.#, Egan, L., Gu, X., Liu, P., Yang, Y., Luo, J., Wu Y.*, Gao, Z.*, & Fan, J*. (2019). Anterior insular cortex plays a critical role in interoceptive attention. eLife, 8, e42265. (# equal contribution; * correspondence)
Spagna, A., Dufford, A.J., Wu, Q., Wu, T., Zheng, W., Coons, E.E., ..., Wu, Y*, & Fan, J*. (2018). Gray matter volume of the anterior insular cortex and social networking. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 526(7), DOI:10.1002/cne.24402.
Xi, S., Mamat, M., Luo, C., & Wu, Y*. (2018). Dynamic self-representation of interdependent chinese: The effect of bicultural experience and self-construal. International Journal of Psychology, 53(4), 278-286. doi: 10.1002/ijop.12370.
Mao, X., Wang, Y., Wu, Y.*, & Guo, C*. (2017). Self-referential information alleviates retrieval inhibition of directed forgetting effects——An ERP evidence of source memory. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience,11, 187.
Mao X., Tian,M., Liu,Y., Li,B., Jin,Y., Wu, Y.,* and Guo,C*.(2017).Can We Retrieve the Information Which Was Intentionally Forgotten? Electrophysiological Correlates of Strategic Retrieval in Directed Forgetting. Frontiers in Psychology,8,1480.
Wu, Q., Chang, C., Xi, S., Huang, I., Liu, Z., Juan, C., Wu, Y.*, & Fan, J.* (2015). A critical role of temporoparietal junction in the integration of top-down and bottom-up attentional control. Human Brain Mapping, 36, 4317-4333.
Wang, Y., Cao, Z., Zhu, Z., Cai, H., & Wu, Y*. (2015). Cue-independent forgetting by intentional suppression: Evidence for inhibition as the mechanism of intentional forgetting. Cognition, 143, 31-35.
Abdukeram, Z.#, Mamat, M.#, Luo, W., & Wu, Y*. (2015). Influence of culture on tripartite self-concept change in adolescence: A comparison between Han and Uyghur cultures. Psychological Reports, 116, 292-310. (# co-first authors)
Mamat, M., Huang, W., Shang, R., Zhang, T., Li, H., Wang, Y., Luo, W., & Wu, Y*. (2014). Relational self versus collective self: A cross-cultural study in interdependent self-construal between Han and Uyghur in China. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 45, 959-970.
Huang, W., Mamat, M., Shang, R., Zhang, T., Li, H., Wang, Y., Luo, W., & Wu, Y*. (2014). Analysis of the private, collective, and relational self-cognitions among Han and Tibetan Chinese. Psychological Reports, 115, 179-198.
Wang, H., Sui, Y., Luthans, F., Wang, D., & Wu, Y. (2012). Impact of authentic leadership on performance: Role of followers’ positive psychological capital and relational processes. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 35, 5-21.
Jia, G.*, Strange, W., Wu, Y.*, Collado, J., & Guan, Q. (2006). Perception and production of English vowels by Mandarin speakers: Age-related differences vary with amount of L2 exposure. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 119, 1118-1130.
Fan, J., Fossella, J., Sommer, T., Wu, Y., & Posner, M. I. (2003). Mapping the genetic variation of executive attention onto brain activity. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 100, 7406-7411.
Wu, Y., Geng, H., & Zhu, Y. (2003). What we learn from cognitive neuroscience. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 35 (Supplement).
Wu, Y.*, Qi, J., & Zhang, J. (2001). The self-reference effect of Chinese college students. Ⅲ International Conference On Memory, July 16-21, Valencia, Spain.
Wu, Y., & Zhu, Y. (2000). On the serial position effects. International Journal of Psychology, 35(3-4).
* corresponding author