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                                                  余荣军

                                                  余荣军
                                                  • 姓名:余荣军
                                                  • 学历:博 士
                                                  • 职称:
                                                  • 职务:
                                                  • 研究方向:神经经济学 社会认知
                                                  • 联系电话:
                                                  • 电子邮箱:rongjun.yu@gmail.com
                                                  • 通讯地址:澳门葡京app(510631)
                                                  • 个人主页:www.rongjunyu.org

                                                  余荣军 ,男  ,剑桥大学心理学博士, 华南师范大学心理学系教授,博士生导师。


                                                  专业领域为神经经济学及社会认知 ,主要研究兴趣是运用功能核磁共振(fMRI)、脑电(EEG/ERP)等方法探讨决策与社会心理的神经机制(Decision Neuroscience, Social Neuroscience),并利用神经经济学范式和脑成像技术积极探索与决策/情绪相关的临床精神疾病的内在机制,主要研究成瘾 ,精神分裂,自闭症 ,焦虑郁闷等情绪障碍。在国际顶级期刊Science ,BBS,,PNAS,Journal of Neuroscience等发表论文 。






                                                  • 更多论文参考个人主页 www.rongjunyu.org


                                                  • 2017 or in submission

                                                  1. Wang S*., Yu R*., Tyszka M., Zhen S., Kovach C., Sun S., Huang Y., Hurlemann R., Ross I., Chung J., Mamelak A., Adolphs R., Rutishauser U* (2017). The human amygdala parametrically encodes the intensity of specific facial emotions and their categorical ambiguity. Nature Communications. 8:14821

                                                  2. Pornpattananangkul N., Chowdhury A., Feng L., Yu R. (2017) Social Discounting in Aging: Senior Citizens are Good Samaritans to Strangers. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences

                                                  3. Pornpattananangkul N., Zhang J., Chen Q., Kok B., Yu R. (2017). Generous To Whom? The Influence of Oxytocin on Social DiscountingPsychoneuroendocrinology. 79 93–97 

                                                  • 2016

                                                  1. Yu R. (2016). Stress potentiates decision biases: A stress induced deliberation-to-intuition (SIDI) model. Neurobiology of Stress. 3:83-95.  PDF

                                                  2. Luo J., Yu R. (2016). The spreading of alternatives: Is it the perceived choice or actual choice that changes our preference? Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. doi: 10.1002/bdm.1967 PDF

                                                  3. Zheng H., Kendrick K., Yu R. (2016) Fear or Greed? Oxytocin regulates inter-individual conflict by enhancing fear in men. Hormones and Behavior. PDF

                                                  4. Liu C., Chai J., Yu R. (2016). Negative incidental emotions augment fairness sensitivity. Scientific Reports. 6:24892 PDF

                                                  5. Sun S., Yu R. (2016). Lasting social conformity in 6-year-old childrenScientific Reports6, 39588 PDF

                                                  6. Zhen S., Yu R. (2016). All framing effects are not created equal: Low convergent validity between two classic measurements of framing. Scientific Reports. 6:30071    PDF

                                                  7. Zhen S., Yu R. (2016). The development of the asymmetrically dominated decoy effect in young childrenScientific Reports. 6:22678 PDF

                                                  8. Zhen S., Yu R. (2016). Tend to compare and tend to be fair: the relationship between social comparison sensitivity and justice sensitivity. Plos One. 11(5): e0155414   PDF

                                                  9. Yao Z., Yu R. (2016). The spreading of social energy: How exposure to positive and negative social news affects behavior. Plos One. 11(6): e0156062   PDF

                                                  10. Yu R. (2016). “The neural basis of frustration state” in “Neuroimaging Personality and Character:  Traits and Mental States in the Brain” edited by Absher & Cloutier.   Chapter 11, Link

                                                  11. Jia, L.Yu, R., Fishbach, A., & Hirt, E. R. (in press). Motivational tuning in response to ego depletion. In E. R. Hirt, J. J. Clarkson, & L. Jia (Eds.), Self-Regulation and Ego Control. San Diego, CA: Elsevier.

                                                  • 2015

                                                  1. Yu R*., Hu P., Zhang P. (2015). Social distance and anonymity modulate fairness consideration: An ERP study. Scientific Reports. 5, 13452.

                                                  2.  Sun S, Yao Z, Wei J and Yu R*. (2015). Calm and smart? A selective review on effects of meditation on decision making. Frontiers in Psychology. 6:1059.

                                                  3.  Mobbs D +., Hagan CC+.,  Yu R., Takahashi H., FeldmanHall O., Calder AJ., Dalgleish T. (2015). Reflected glory and failure: The role of the medial prefrontal cortex and ventral striatum in self vs. other relevance during advice-giving outcomes. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience. 10:1323-1328.

                                                  4.  Huang Y., Kendrick K., Zheng H., Yu R*. (2015). Oxytocin enhances implicit social conformity to both in-group and out-group opinions. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 60:114-119.

                                                  5.  Freeman S+., Yu R+., Egorova N., Chen X., Kirsch I., Claggett B., Kaptchuk TJ., Gollub R., Kong J. (2015). Distinct neural representations of placebo and nocebo effect. Neuroimage. 112: 197-207.

                                                  6.  Egorova N+., Yu R+., Kaur N., Vangel M., Gollub R., Dougherty DD., Kong J. Camprodon J. (2015). Neuromodulation of conditioned placebo/nocebo in heat pain: anodal vs. cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation to the right dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. Pain. 156: 1342–1347

                                                  7.   Yu R*. (2015). Chocking under pressure: The neuropsychological mechanisms for incentives induced performance decrements. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 9:19.

                                                  8.  Cheng W., Palaniyappan L., Li M., Kendrick K., Zhang J., Luo Q., Liu Z., Yu R. et al. (2015). Voxel-based, brain-wide association study of aberrant functional connectivity in schizophrenia implicates thalamocortical circuitry. NPJ Schizophrenia.

                                                  9.  Lim K., Yu R*. (2015). Aging and wisdom: age-related changes in economic and social decision making. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 7:120.

                                                  10.  Luo J., Yu R*. (2015). Follow the heart or the head? The interactive influence model of emotion and cognition. Frontiers in Psychology. 6:573.

                                                  11.  Wang H, Rau C, Li Y, Chen YP, Yu R*. (2015). Disrupted thalamic resting-state functional networks in schizophrenia. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 9:45.

                                                  12.  Zhan X., Yu R*. (2015). A window into the brain: advances in psychiatric fMRI. BioMed Research International. 2015:12. 10.1155/2015/542467

                                                  13. Yu R*., Chen L. (2015). The need to control for regression to the mean for repeated measurements. Frontiers in Psychology 5:1574.

                                                  • 2014

                                                  1. Huang Y., Kendrick KM., Yu R*. (2014). Social conflicts elicit an N400-like component. Neuropsychologia. 65: 211–220.

                                                  2.  Zheng H., Luo J., Yu R*. (2014). From memory to prospection: The overlapping and the distinct components between  remembering and imagining. Frontiers in Psychology. 5:856.

                                                  3.   Hu J., Yu R*. (2014). The neural correlates of the decoy effect in decisions. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 8:271.

                                                  4.  Sun S., Yu R*. (2014). The feedback related negativity encodes both social rejection and explicit social expectancy violation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 8:556.

                                                  5.  Huang Y., Yu R*. (2014). The feedback-related negativity reflects ‘more or less’ prediction error in appetitive and aversive conditions. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 8:108.

                                                  6.  Yu R*., Zhang P. (2014). Neural evidence for description dependent reward processing in the framing effect. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 8:56.

                                                  7.  Huang Y., Kendrick K., Yu R*. (2014). Conformity to the opinions of others lasts for 3 days but no longer. Psychological Science25(7): 1388-1393

                                                  8.  Yu R., Gollub R., Spaeth R. Napadow V., Wasan A., Kong J. (2014) Disrupted functional connectivity of the periaqueductal gray in chronic low back pain. Neuroimage: Clinical. 6:100-108

                                                  9.  Yu R., Gollub R., Vangel M., Kaptchuk T., Smoller J., Kong J. (2014) Placebo analgesia and reward processing: Integrating genetics, personality, and intrinsic brain activity. Human Brain Mapping. 35: 4583–4593

                                                  10.  Yu R*., Mobbs D., Seymour B., Rowe J., Calder A. (2014). The neural signature of escalating frustration in humans. Cortex. 54: 165–178

                                                  11.  Yu R., Chien YL., Wang HL., Liu CM., Liu CC., Hwang TJ., Hsieh MH., Hwu HG., Tseng WY. (2014). Frequency specific alternations in the amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations in schizophrenia. Human Brain Mapping. 35(2):627-37

                                                  12.  Guo SX., Kendrick KM., Yu R., Wang HL., Feng JF. (2014). Key functional circuitry altered in schizophrenia involves parietal regions associated with sense of self. Human Brain Mapping. 35(1):123-139

                                                  13. Yu R*., Calder AJ., Mobbs D. (2014) Overlapping and distinct representations of advantageous and disadvantageous inequality. Human Brain Mapping. 35:3290–3301.

                                                  14. Wu Y., Yu H., Shen B., Yu R., Zhou Z., Zhang G., Jiang Y., Zhou X. (2014) Neural basis of increased costly norm enforcement under adversity. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience9:1862-1871

                                                  • 2013

                                                  1.   Yu R*. (2013). Revenge, even though it is not your fault. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 36:40-41

                                                  2.   Mobbs D., Hassabis D., Yu R., Chu C., Rushworth M. (2013). Foraging under competition: The Neural Basis of Input-Matching in Humans. Journal of Neuroscience. 33(23):9866 –9872

                                                  3. Yu R., Zhao L., Tian J., Qin W., Wang W., Yuan K., Li Q., Lu L. (2013). Regional homogeneity changes in heavy male smokers: a resting-state functional MRI study. Addiction Biology. 18(4):729-731.

                                                  4.  Wang X., Yu R., Zhou X., Liao Y., Tang J., Liu T., Hao W. (2013). Reversible brain white matter microstructure in heroin addicts: a longitudinal study. Addiction Biology. 18(4):727-728

                                                  5.  Guo S., Kendrick KM., Zhang J., Broome M., Yu R., Liu Z., Feng J. (2013) Brain-wide functional inter-hemispheric disconnection is a potential biomarker for schizophrenia and distinguishes it from depression. Neuroimage: Clinical. 2: 818–826

                                                  6.  Yu R., Hsieh MH., Wang HLS., Liu CM., Liu CC., Hwang TJ., Chien YL., Hwu HG., Tseng WYI. (2013). Frequency dependent alterations in regional homogeneity of baseline brain activity in schizophrenia. PloS one 8 (3), e57516

                                                  7.  Yu R., Liu B., Wang L., Chen J., Liu X. (2013). Enhanced functional connectivity between putamen and supplementary motor area in Parkinson’s disease patients. PloS one 8 (3), e59717

                                                  8.  Yu R*., Sun S. (2013). To conform or not to conform: spontaneous conformity diminishes the sensitivity to monetary outcomes. Plos One. 8(5): e64530

                                                  9.  Yu R*., Huang Y. (2013). A nickel ain’t worth a dime anymore: The illusion of money and the rapid encoding of its true value. Plos One. 8(1): e55025

                                                  10.  Wang H., Yu R., Wu Y., Lin M., Chen C., Shen E. (2013).The changes of cerebral morphology related to aging in Taiwanese population. Plos One. 8(1): e55241

                                                  11.  Yang H., Xiong H., Yu R., Wang C., Zheng Y., Zhang X. (2013). The characteristic and changes of the event-related potentials (ERP) and brain topographic maps before and after treatment with rTMS in subjective tinnitus. Plos One. 8(8): e70831.

                                                  12.  Zeng J., Zhang Q., Gong Q., Yu R., Chen C. (2013). An fMRI study on sunk cost effect. Brain Research.1519:63-70

                                                  13.  Yang H., Xiong H., Huang Q., Pang J., Zheng X., Chen .L, Yu R., Zheng Y (2013). Compromised potassium recycling in the cochlea contributes to conservation of endocochlear potential in a mouse model of age-related hearing loss. Neuroscience letters. 555:97-101

                                                  14.  Zhang Y., Li L., Yu R*., Liu J., Tang J., Tan L., Liao M., Yang F., Shan B. (2013). White matter integrity alterations in first episode, treatment-naive generalized anxiety disorder. Jouranl of affective disorders. 148(2) 196–201.

                                                  • 2006-2012

                                                  1.  Yu R*. (2012) Regional white matter volumes correlate with delay discounting. PLoS One 7(2): e32595

                                                  2.  Deng Z., Yu R., Chen X., Wang S. (2012). Feedback-related negativity encodes outcome uncertainty in the gain domain but not in the loss domain. Neuroscience Letters. 526 (1) 5– 9

                                                  3.  Yu R., Zhou W, Zhou X (2011) Rapid processing of both reward probability and reward uncertainty in the human anterior cingulate cortex. PLoS One 6(12): e29633

                                                  4.  Yu R., Zhao L., Lu L. (2011) Regional grey and white matter changes in heavy male smokers. PLoS One 6(11): e27440

                                                  5.   Yu R*., Mobbs D., Seymour B., Calder AJ. (2010). Insula and striatum mediate the default bias. Journal of Neuroscience. 30(44):14702–14707

                                                  6.  Mobbs D., Yu R., Rowe J., Feldmanhall O., Dalgleish T. (2010). Neural activity associated with monitoring the oscillating threat value of a phylogenetic stimulus. PNAS. 107(47): 20582-20588

                                                  7.  Zhou Z., Yu R., Zhou X. (2010). To do or not to do? Action enlarges the FRN and P300 effects in outcome evaluation. Neuropsychologia, 48: 3606-3613

                                                  8.  von dem Hagen EA., Nummenmaa L., Yu R., Engell AD., Ewbank MP., Calder AJ. (2010). Autism spectrum traits in the typical population predict structure and function in the posterior superior temporal sulcus. Cerebral Cortex. 21(3):493-500

                                                  9.  Mobbs D., Yu R., Meyer M., Passamonti L., Seymour BJ., Calder AJ., Schweizer S., Frith CD., Dalgleish T. (2009). A key role for similarity in vicarious reward. Science, 324: 900

                                                  10.  Yu R. & Zhou X. (2009). To bet or not to bet? The error negativity or error-related negativity associated with risk-taking choices. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 21(4): 684-96

                                                  11.  Yu R. & Zhou X. (2007). Neuroeconomics: opening the “black box” of economic behavior. Chinese Science Bulletin, 52(9): 1153-1161

                                                  12.  Yu R., Luo Y., Ye Z., & Zhou X. (2007). Does the FRN in brain potential reflect motivational affective consequence of outcome evaluation? Progress in Natural Science, 136-143

                                                  13.  Yu R. & Zhou X. (2006). Brain responses to outcomes of one’s own and the other’s performance in a gambling task. NeuroReport, 17(16): 1747-1751

                                                  14. Yu R. & Zhou X. (2006). Brain potentials associated with outcome expectation and outcome evaluation. NeuroReport, 17(15): 1649-1653


                                                  Yu R. (2015) "The neural basis of frustration state" in “Neuroimaging Personality and Character:  Traits and Mental States in the Brain” edited by Absher & Cloutier.