作者:Zhiting Ren , Qunlin Chen ...
来源:[J].Biological Psychology(IF 3.399), 2018, Vol.135, pp.102-111Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Creativity is imperative to social development and the promotion of well-being. Here, independent component analysis and functional network connectivity analysis methods were applied to both resting-state and divergent thinking task fMRI data from the same sample to ...
作者:Zhiting Ren , Xiao Wang
来源:[J].Neuroscience(IF 3.122), 2019, Vol.414, pp.210-218Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Subjective well-being (SWB) is closely related to our physical and mental health. Existing studies show that neural or genetic basis underpins individual difference in SWB. Moreover, researchers have found high enrichment of SWB-related mutations in the central nervo...
作者:Zhiting Ren , Guangyuan Liu
来源:[J].NeuroImage(IF 6.252), 2019Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Hemispheric lateralization for creative thinking remains a controversial topic. Early behavioral and neuroimaging research supported right hemisphere dominance in creative thinking, but more recent evidence suggests the left hemisphere plays an equally important role...
作者:Zhiting Ren , Dongtao Wei
来源:[J].Journal of Affective Disorders(IF 3.295), 2019, Vol.245, pp.1032-1042Elsevier
摘要:Abstract(#br)Background(#br)Major depressive disorder (MDD) is one of the most well-known psychiatric disorders, which can be destructive for its damage to people's normal cognitive, emotional and social functions. Personality refers to the unique and stable character of thinking...
作者:Zhiting Ren , Wenjing Yang , Jiang Qiu
来源:[J].Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 2019, Vol.27, pp.40-46Elsevier
摘要:Creative potential exists in everyone and it has pervasively penetrated into our daily life. A series of recently studies have shed new light on the issue of how the brain produces creative potential and how genes affect it. The present study systematically explored the genetic a...


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