Principal Investigator

王茜
视觉、听觉、颅内电刺激、颅内场电位记录、颅内单神经元记录

联系电话:
通信地址: 北京市海淀区颐和园路5号, 邮编 100871
电子邮件:wangqianpsy@pku.edu.cn

 

研究兴趣

主要兴趣为从局部场电位和单神经元两个微尺度记录和电刺激探索人类视觉、听觉皮层的知觉加工特性。目前开展的课题主要包括:听觉客体识别的神经机制和视觉颜色加工的神经机制。

 

代表论文

1. Wang, Q., She, S., Luo, L., Li, H., Ning, Y., Ren, J., Wu, Z., Huang, R., Zheng, Y. (2020) Abnormal Contingent Negative Variation Drifts During Facial Expression Judgment in Schizophrenia Patients. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 14: 274.
2. Wang, Q. #,*, Luo, L. #, Wang, J., Luan, G.M.* (2020) Color Perception Matches Selectivity in Human Early Visual Cortex. Brain Stimulation. 13: 253-255. (#co-first authors) (*co-corresponding authors)
3. Lu, L.X., Wang, Q., Sheng, J.W., Liu, Z.W., Qin, L., Li, L., Gao, J.H.* (2019) Neural tracking of speech mental imagery during rhythmic inner counting. eLife. 8: e48971
4. Wang J#, Wang Q#, Wang M, Luan G*, Zhou J, Guan Y and Yan Z (2018) Occipital Lobe Epilepsy with Ictal Fear: Evidence From a Stereo-Electroencephalography (sEEG) Case. Frontiers in Neurology. 9:644. (*co-first authors)
5. Wang, Q., Lu, H., Wu, Z.M., Li, L. (2018). Neural Representation of Interaural Correlation in Human Auditory Brainstem: Comparisons between Temporal-fine Structure and Envelope. Hearing Research, 365, 165-173
6. Wang, Q., Li, L. (2018). Differences between Auditory Frequency-Following Responses and Onset Responses: Intracranial Evidence from Rat Inferior Colliculus. Hearing Research, 357, 25-32
7. Cui, Z.*, Wang, Q.*, Gao, Y.Y., Wang, J., Wang, M.Y., Teng, P.F., Guan, Y.G., Zhou, J., Li, T.F., Luan, G. M. #, Li, L#. (2017). Dynamic Correlations between Intrinsic Connectivity and Extrinsic Connectivity of the Auditory Cortex in Humans. Frontiers in Human  Neuroscience.11: 407 (*co-first authors) (#co-corresponding authors)
8. Wang, Q., Li, L. (2017) Modelling Envelope and Temporal Fine Structure Components of Frequency-Following Responses in Rat Inferior Colliculus. SCIENCE CHINA Technological Sciences, 60
9. Wang, Q., Li, L. (2015) Auditory midbrain representation of a break in interaural correlation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 114(4), 2258-2264