Jiang Qiu

Jiang Qiu

Name:Jiang Qiu
Title:Professor;Faculty of Psychology,Southwest University, Chongqing, China
Email:qiuj318@swu.edu.cn
Research Interests:Creativity; depression
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No. Title Journal Year  
1 Longitudinal test-retest neuroimaging data from healthy young adults in southwest China Scientific Data 2017 View Save
2 Only-child and non-only-child exhibit differences in creativity and agreeableness: evidence from behavioral and anatomical structural studies Brain imaging and behavior 2017 View Save
3 Our new structure MRI study supports The Imbalance Hypothesis of Depression Neuroscience Bulletin 2016 View Save
4 Training Your Brain to Be More Creative: Brain Functional and Structural Changes Induced by Divergent Thinking Training Human Brain Mapping 2016 View Save
5 Medial reward and lateral non-reward orbitofrontal cortex circuits change in opposite directions in depression BRAIN 2016 View Save
6 Longitudinal Alterations of Frontoparietal and Frontotemporal Networks Predict Future Creative Cognitive Ability Cerebral Cortex 2016 View Save
7 Brain structures and functional connectivity associated with individual differences in Internet tendency in healthy young adults Neuropsychologia 2015 View Save
8 A meta- analysis of neuroimaging studies on divergent thinking using activation likelihood estimation Human Brain Mapping 2015 View Save
9 Individual differences in rumination in healthy and depressive samples: association with brain structure, functional connectivity and depression Psychological Medicine 2015 View Save
10 Increased resting functional connectivity of the medial prefrontal cortex in Creativity by means of Cognitive Stimulation. Cortex 2014 View Save
11 Regional Gray Matter Volume is associated with Rejection Sensitivity: A Voxel-Based Morphometry Study. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience 2014 View Save
12 Examining Brain Structures Associated with Perceived Stress in a Large Sample of Young Adults Via Voxel-Based Morphometry Neuroimage 2014 View Save
13 Regional gray matter volume and anxiety-related trait interact to predict somatic complaints in non-clinical sample. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience(SCAN) 2014 View Save
14 Association of creative achievement with cognitive flexibility by a combined voxel-based morphometry and resting-state functional connectivity study (in press) NeuroImage 2014 View Save
15 Neuroanatomical Differences between Men and Women in Help-Seeking Coping Strategy (in press) Scientific Report 2014 View Save
16 Mis-binding of Color and Motion in Human Visual Cortex. (Cooperation publication) Current Biology 2014 View Save
17 When “Your” reward is the same as “My” reward: Self-construal priming shifts neural responses to own vs. friends' rewards NeuroImage 2014 View Save
18 Synchronous activation within the default mode network correlates with perceived social support. Neuropsychologia 2014 View Save
19 The correlation between gray matter volume and perceived social support: A voxel-based morphometry study Social Neuroscience 2014 View Save
20 The neural mechanisms underlying the acute effect of cigarette smokjing on chronic smokers Plos One 2014 View Save
21 Brain activity in using heuristic prototype to solve insight problems. Behavioural Brain Research 2013 View Save
22 Brain mechanisms of valuable scientific problem finding inspired by heuristic knowledge. Experimental Brain Research 2013 View Save
23 Gray matter correlates of dispositional optimism: A voxel-based morphometry study. Neuroscience Letters 2013 View Save
24 Category-Selective Attention Modulates Unconscious Processes in the Middle Occipital Gyrus. Consciousness and Cognition 2013 View Save
25 Relating Inter-Individual Differences in Verbal Creative Thinking to Cerebral Structures: An Optimal Voxel-Based Morphometry Study. PLOS ONE 2013 View Save
26 Exposure to traumatic experiences is associated with abnormal neural mechanism during charitable donation. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 2013 View Save
27 Neural basis of scientific innovation induced by heuristic prototype. PLOS ONE 2012 View Save
28 Different neural substrates underlying directed forgetting for negative and neutral images: An event-related potential study. Brain Research 2012 View Save
29 Emotional arousal to negative information after traumatic experiences: an event-related brain potential study. Neuroscience 2011 View Save
30 Spatiotemporal cortical activation underlying self-referencial processing evoked by self-hand. Biological Psychology 2010 View Save
31 Neural correlates of the "Aha" experiences: Evidence from an fMRI Study of insight problem solving. Cortex 2010 View Save
32 The impact of social comparison on the neural substrates of reward processing: An Event-Related Potential study. Neuroimage 2010 View Save
33 The neural basis of analogical inference: An event-related potential study. Neuropsychologia 2008 View Save
34 The Müller–Lyer illusion seen by the brain: An event-related brain potentials study. Biological Psychology 2008 View Save
35 The neural basis of conditional reasoning: An event-related potential study. Neuropsychologia 2007 View Save