I'm interested in the following question: How does the brain process faces, objects and words? More specifically - What are the similar characteristics of faces and Chinese characters processing?
The goal of my PhD project is through a cross-cultural functional magnetic resonance imaging training study for the expertise and non-expertise stimuli to reveal the neural mechanisms of future event predictions in the human brain and give evidences of the multiple-level hierarchical model of predictive functions. For more information, please head to my Researchgate Profile.
Li, C., Kovács, G. Repetition Probability Effects for Words Depend on Language Knowledge. Neurocog2021, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, November 23-24, 2021.
Li, C., Cao, X. (2019) The Developmental Trajectory of Left-Side Bias in Faces and
Chinese Characters Processing: Evidence from an ERP Study. The European
Conference for Cognitive Science 2019.
Kang, J., Li, C., Sommer, W., & Cao, X. (2022). The left-side bias is reduced to other-race faces in Caucasian individuals. Frontiers in psychology，13，855413.
Li, C., & Kovács, G. (2022). Repetition Probability Effects for Chinese Characters and German Words in the Visual Word Form Area. Brain Research, 147812.
Li, C., Kovács, G., & Trapp, S. (2021). Visual short-term memory load modulates repetition related fMRI signal adaptation. Biological Psychology, 166, 108199.
Li, C., Wang, Z., Bao, H., Wang, J., Chen, S., & Cao, X. (2021). The left-side bias is not unique to own-race face processing. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 83(4), 1562-1570.
Li, C., Ma, X., Zhu, C., & Cao, X. (2019). The recovery speed of category sensitive N170 responses to faces and Chinese characters. Brain research, 146384.
Li, C., Li, Q., Wang, J., & Cao, X. (2018). Left-side bias is observed in sequential matching paradigm for face processing. Frontiers in psychology, 9, 2005.
Li, C., & Cao, X. (2017). The presentation location of the reference stimuli affects the left-side bias in the processing of faces and chinese characters. Frontiers in psychology, 8, 1673.
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