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Gender difference in empathy for pain: an electrophysiological investigation
S Han, Y Fan, L Mao
Brain research 1196, 85-93, 2008
Dynamic bicultural brains: fMRI study of their flexible neural representation of self and significant others in response to culture primes
SH Ng, S Han, L Mao, JCL Lai
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 13 (2), 83-91, 2010
Substrate transfer from the chaperone Hsp70 to Hsp90
H Wegele, SK Wandinger, AB Schmid, J Reinstein, J Buchner
Journal of molecular biology 356 (3), 802-811, 2006
Neural consequences of religious belief on self-referential processing
S Han, L Mao, X Gu, Y Zhu, J Ge, Y Ma
Social Neuroscience 3 (1), 1-15, 2008
Empathic neural responses to others' pain are modulated by emotional contexts
S Han, Y Fan, X Xu, J Qin, B Wu, X Wang, SM Aglioti, L Mao
Human brain mapping 30 (10), 3227-3237, 2009
Event-related theta and alpha oscillations mediate empathy for pain
Y Mu, Y Fan, L Mao, S Han
Brain research 1234, 128-136, 2008
Neural representations of close others in collectivistic brains
G Wang, L Mao, Y Ma, X Yang, J Cao, X Liu, J Wang, X Wang, S Han
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 7 (2), 222-229, 2012
Neural substrates of self-referential processing in Chinese Buddhists
S Han, X Gu, L Mao, J Ge, G Wang, Y Ma
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 5 (2-3), 332-339, 2010
Religious beliefs influence neural substrates of self-reflection in Tibetans
Y Wu, C Wang, X He, L Mao, L Zhang
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 5 (2-3), 324-331, 2010
Attentional modulation of perceptual grouping in human visual cortex: Functional MRI studies
S Han, Y Jiang, L Mao, GW Humphreys, H Gu
Human Brain Mapping 25 (4), 424-432, 2005
The role of human parietal cortex in attention networks
S Han, Y Jiang, H Gu, H Rao, L Mao, Y Cui, R Zhai
Brain 127 (3), 650-659, 2004
When the poor excel: Poverty facilitates procedural learning
J Dang, S Xiao, T Zhang, Y Liu, B Jiang, L Mao
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 57 (4), 288-291, 2016
Adapting to an initial self-regulatory task cancels the ego depletion effect
J Dang, S Dewitte, L Mao, S Xiao, Y Shi
Consciousness and cognition 22 (3), 816-821, 2013
The ego could be depleted, providing initial exertion is depleting: A preregistered experiment of the ego depletion effect.
J Dang, Y Liu, X Liu, L Mao
Social Psychology 48 (4), 242, 2017
Attentional modulation of perceptual grouping in human visual cortex: ERP studies
S Han, Y Jiang, L Mao, GW Humphreys, J Qin
Human Brain Mapping 26 (3), 199-209, 2005
Functional roles and cultural modulations of the medial prefrontal and parietal activity associated with causal attribution
S Han, L Mao, J Qin, AD Friederici, J Ge
Neuropsychologia 49 (1), 83-91, 2011
When more depletion offsets the ego depletion effect.
S Xiao, J Dang, L Mao, S Liljedahl
Social Psychology 45 (5), 421, 2014
Individual differences in dopamine level modulate the ego depletion effect
J Dang, S Xiao, Y Liu, Y Jiang, L Mao
International Journal of Psychophysiology 99, 121-124, 2016
Neural correlates of covert orienting of visual spatial attention along vertical and horizontal dimensions
L Mao, B Zhou, W Zhou, S Han
Brain research 1136, 142-153, 2007
Action orientation overcomes the ego depletion effect
J Dang, S Xiao, Y Shi, L Mao
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology 56 (2), 223-227, 2015
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