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1. The Self-Referential Processing in Concurrent Task-Irrelevant Affective Background Music: An ERPs Study
  Zhong Yiping,Fan Wei
  Psychology 03 June 2013
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2. The contribution of face outlines to the fat face illusion
  Zhong Ming ,Xiaoyang Yu,Zhe Wang,Yuhao Sun
  Psychology 04 October 2012
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3. The contribution of configural and featural processes to own-race faces identity
  YU Xiaoyang,Zhong Ming,Sun Yuhao,Wang Zhe
  Psychology 26 September 2012
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4. Individual differences of facial recognition ability: An eye movement study
  YANG Jie,WANG Zhe,GE Liezhong,SUN Yuhao,XIAO Naiqi
  Psychology 23 September 2012
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5. Attentional Capture by Working Memory Contents
  Pan Yi
  Psychology 12 August 2009