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First Evidence Shows Schizophrenia Patients are Able to Benefit from Action-based Encoding to Improve Everyday Life Working Memory Function in Following People’s Instructions

Schizophrenia is a brain disorder associated with a wide range of cognitive and emotional impairments. Working memory has been consistently demonstrated as a key cognitive marker for this disorder. However, the majority of studies examining working memory impairments in schizophrenia have been limited to conventional paradigms involving verbal and visuospatial materials, and it is unclear whe...
Sensory Modality Matters in Attentional Control

Imagine how many times your attention was distracted by the surrounding sounds or sights irrelevant to your work or study. To maintain concentrated, you have to control yourself intentionally, which is the so-called attentional control or cognitive control in psychology. An interesting question arises, when we successfully directed our attention away from a visual distractor, can we be immune t...
Researchers From the CAS Key Laboratory of Mental Health Show the Developmental Trajectory of Multitasking Ability in 7 to 12-years Old Typically Developing Children

The multitasking ability, the capacity to arrange multiple tasks efficiently is important in everyday life. Everyday examples include domestic scenarios like cooking a meal or work settings like running a hotel. This ability is associated with the executive control and is supported by the prefrontal cortex that continuously develops from childhood to adolescence. However, how multitasking skill...
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Dr. Xi-Nian Zuo from IPCAS Key Laboratory of Behavioral Science is One of the OHBM Council-Chair nominees

Dr. Yi WANG of the CAS Key Laboratory of Mental Health, Institute of Psychology Received “Young Investigator Award” From the 16th International Congress on Schizophrenia Research

Raymond Chan and Juan Li from IPCAS Key Laboratory of Mental Health Work with International Collaborators for Low-cost Cognitive Tools for Dementia Assessment in Low-to-middle Income Countries

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  • CHEN Kepu of Human Olfaction Laboratory Won the 2014 Annual ‘Hengyuanxia...
  • RAO Lilin Selected as a Member of the Youth Innovation Promotion Association
  • Institute of Psychology Announce the Open Release of the CoRR Dataset
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