Fang Cui
Fang Cui
Shenzhen Univeristy
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μ-suppression during action observation and execution correlates with BOLD in dorsal premotor, inferior parietal, and SI cortices
D Arnstein, F Cui, C Keysers, NM Maurits, V Gazzola
Journal of Neuroscience 31 (40), 14243-14249, 2011
Moral judgment modulates neural responses to the perception of other’s pain: an ERP study
F Cui, N Ma, Y Luo
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 20851, 2016
Responsibility modulates pain-matrix activation elicited by the expressions of others in pain
F Cui, AR Abdelgabar, C Keysers, V Gazzola
Neuroimage 114, 371-378, 2015
Instructions of cooperation and competition influence the neural responses to others’ pain: an ERP study
F Cui, X Zhu, F Duan, Y Luo
Social Neuroscience 11 (3), 289-296, 2016
Impaired empathy processing in individuals with internet addiction disorder: An event-related potential study
C Jiao, T Wang, X Peng, F Cui
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 11, 498, 2017
Using exponential random graph models to analyze the character of peer relationship networks and their effects on the subjective well-being of adolescents
C Jiao, T Wang, J Liu, H Wu, F Cui, X Peng
Frontiers in psychology 8, 583, 2017
Altruistic and self-serving goals modulate behavioral and neural responses in deception
F Cui, S Wu, H Wu, C Wang, C Jiao, Y Luo
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 13 (1), 63-71, 2018
The neural mechanism of the social framing effect: evidence from fMRI and tDCS studies
J Liu, R Gu, C Liao, J Lu, Y Fang, P Xu, Y Luo, F Cui
Journal of Neuroscience 40 (18), 3646-3656, 2020
Functional magnetic resonance imaging connectivity analyses reveal efference-copy to primary somatosensory area, BA2
F Cui, D Arnstein, RM Thomas, NM Maurits, C Keysers, V Gazzola
PLoS One 9 (1), e84367, 2014
Social contexts modulate neural responses in the processing of others’ pain: An event-related potential study
F Cui, X Zhu, Y Luo
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 17, 850-857, 2017
Music induced happy mood suppresses the neural responses to other’s pain: Evidences from an ERP study
J Cheng, C Jiao, Y Luo, F Cui
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 13054, 2017
The time course of indirect moral judgment in gossip processing modulated by different agents
X Peng, C Jiao, F Cui, Q Chen, P Li, H Li
Psychophysiology 54 (10), 1459-1471, 2017
Unconscious processing of facial expressions in individuals with internet gaming disorder
X Peng, F Cui, T Wang, C Jiao
Frontiers in Psychology 8, 1059, 2017
Working memory load modulates the neural response to other’s pain: Evidence from an ERP study
F Cui, X Zhu, Y Luo, J Cheng
Neuroscience Letters 644, 24-29, 2017
Predictability modulates the anticipation and perception of pain in both self and others
W Peng, X Huang, Y Liu, F Cui
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 14 (7), 747-757, 2019
Social hierarchies in third-party punishment: A behavioral and ERP study
F Cui, C Wang, Q Cao, C Jiao
Biological Psychology 146, 107722, 2019
Pain and social decision-making: New insights from the social framing effect
R Gu, J Liu, F Cui
Brain Science Advances 5 (4), 221-238, 2019
Empathy for pain influenced by cognitive load: Evidence from an ERP study.
J Cheng, Y Luo, F Cui
Acta Psychologica Sinica, 2017
When your pain signifies my gain: neural activity while evaluating outcomes based on another person’s pain
F Cui, X Zhu, R Gu, Y Luo
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-9, 2016
Intrinsic functional connectivity of medial prefrontal cortex predicts the individual moral bias in economic valuation partially through the moral sensitivity trait
J Liu, B Yuan, Y Luo, F Cui
Brain imaging and behavior 14, 2024-2036, 2020
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