Publications

Papers

  • Ma, Y., Li, S., Wang, C., Liu, Y., Li, W., Yan, X. et al. (2016). Distinct oxytocin effects on belief updating in response to desirable and undesirable feedback. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA,113:9256-61. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Wang, C., Luo, S., Li, B., Wager, T.D., Zhang, W. et al. (2016). Serotonin transporter polymorphism alters citalopram effects on human pain responses to physical pain. NeuroImage, 135:186-96. [pdf] [SI]
  • Ma, Y., Shamay-Tsoory, S., Han, S., Zink, C. F. (2016). Oxytocin and social adaptation: Insights from neuroimaging studies of healthy and clinical populations. Trends Cogn Sci, 20: 133-145. [pdf]
  • Chang, H., Hoshina, N., Zhang, C., Ma, Y., Cao, H., Wang, Y. et al (in press). The protocadherin 17 gene affects cognition, personality, amygdala structure and function, synapse development and risk of major mood disorders. Mol Psychiatry.
  • Feng, C., Azarian, B., Ma, Y.,  Feng X., Wang, L., Luo, Y., Krueger, F. (in press). Mortality salience reduces the discrimination between in-group and out-group interactions: a functional MRI investigation using multi-voxel pattern analysis. Hum Brain Mapp.
  • Han, S., Ma, Y., Wang, G. (2016). Shared neural representations of self and conjugal family members in Chinese brain. Cult Brain, 4: 72-86. [pdf]
  • Han, S. & Ma, Y. (2015). A culture-behavior-brain loop model of human development. Trends Cogn Sci, 19: 666-676. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Liu, Y., Rand, D. G., Heatherton, T. F., Han, S. (2015). Opposing oxytocin effects on inter-group cooperative behavior in intuitive and reflective minds. Neuropsychopharmacology, 40: 2379-2387. [pdf] [SI]
  • Ma, Y., Li, B., Zhang, W., Rao, Y., Han, S. (2015). Allelic variation in 5-HTTLPR and the effects of citalopram on the emotional neural network. Bri J Psychiatry, 206: 385-392. [pdf] [SI]
  • Ma, Y. (2015). Neuropsychological mechanism underlying antidepressant effect: A systematic meta-analysis. Mol Psychiatry, 20: 311-319. [pdf] [SI]
  • Shi, Z., Ma, Y., Wu, B., Wu, X., Wang, Y., Han, S. (2015). Neural correlates of reflection on actual versus ideal self-discrepancy. NeuroImage, 124: 573-580. [pdf]
  • Luo, S., Ma, Y., Liu, Y., Li, B., Wang, C., Shi, Z. et al. (2015) Interaction between oxytocin receptor polymorphism and interdependent culture values on human empathy. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci. [pdf] [SI]
  • Meyer, M.L., Masten, C.L., Ma, Y., Wang, C., Shi, Z., Eisenberger, N.I. et al. (2015). Differential neural activation to friends and strangers links interdependence to empathy. Cult Brain, 3 (1), 21-38. [pdf]
  • Luo, S., Li, B., Ma, Y., Zhang, W., Rao, Y., Han, S. (2015). Oxytocin receptor gene and racial ingroup bias in empathy-related brain activity. NeuroImage, 110, 22-31. [pdf]
  • Freeman, J.B., Ma, Y., Barth, M., Young, S. G., Han, S., Ambady, N. (2015). The neural basis of contextual influences on face categorization. Cereb Cortex, 25, 415-422. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Li, B., Wang, C., Shi, Z., Sun, Y., Sheng, F. et al. (2014). 5-HTTLPR polymorphism modulates neural mechanisms of negative self-reflection. Cereb Cortex, 24, 2421-2429. [pdf] [SI]
  • Han, S. & Ma, Y. (2014). Cultural differences in human brain activity. NeuroImage, 99, 293-300. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Wang, C., Li, B., Zhang, W., Rao, Y., Han, S. (2014). Does self-construal predict activity in the social brain network? A genetic moderation effect. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 9, 1360-1367. [pdf] [SI]
  • Ma, Y., Bang, D., Wang, C., Allen, M., Frith, C. D., Roepstorff, A. et al. (2014). Sociocultural patterning of neural activity during self‐reflection. Soci Cogn Affect Neurosci, 9, 73-80. [pdf] [SI]
  • Wang, C., Ma, Y., Han, S. (2014). Self-construal priming modulates in pain perception: Event-related potential evidence. Cogn Neurosci, 5, 3-9. [pdf]
  • Meyer, M.L., Masten, C.L., Ma, Y., Wang, C., Shi, Z., Eisenberger, N. et al. (2013). Empathy for the social suffering of friends and strangers recruits distinct patterns of brain activation. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 8, 446-454. [pdf]
  • Liu, X., Shi, Z., Ma, Y., Qin, J., Han, S. (2013). Dynamic Neural Processing of Linguistic Cues Related to Death. PLoS ONE, 8 (6), p. e67905. [pdf]
  • Freeman, J.B., Ma, Y., Han, S., Ambady, N. (2013). Influences of Culture and Visual Context on Real-Time Social Categorization. J Exp Soc Psychol, 49, 206-210. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Han, S. (2012). Functional Dissociation of the Left and Right Fusiform Gyrus in Self‐Face Recognition. Hum Brain Mapp, 33, 2255‐2267. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Han, S. (2012). Is the self always better than a friend? Self‐face recognition in Christians and atheists. PLoS ONE, 7(5): e37824. [pdf]
  • Wang, G., Mao, L., Ma, Y., Yang, X., Cao, J., Liu, X. et al. (2012). Neural representations of close others in collectivistic brains. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 7, 222‐229. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Wang, C., Han, S. (2011). Neural responses to perceived pain in others predict real‐life monetary donations in different socioeconomic contexts. NeuroImage, 57, 1273‐1280. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Han, S (2011). Neural representation of self‐concept in sighted and congenitally blind adults. Brain, 134, 247‐257. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Han, S. (2011). Attitudes influence implicit racial face categorization in a perceptual task. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, 14, 887‐899. [pdf]
  • Liew, S‐L., Ma, Y., Han, S., Aziz‐Zadeh, L. (2011) Who's Afraid of the Boss: Cultural Differences in Social Hierarchies Modulate Self‐Face Recognition in Chinese and Americans. PLoS ONE 6(2): e16901. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Han, S. (2010). Why respond faster to the self than others? An implicit positive association theory of self advantage during implicit face recognition. J Exp Psychol-Hum Percept Perform, 36, 619‐633. [pdf]
  • Han, S., Qin, J., Ma, Y. (2010). Neurocognitive processes of linguistic cues related to death. Neuropsychologia, 48, 3436‐3442. [pdf]
  • Han, S., Gu, X., Mao, L., Ge, J., Wang, G., Ma, Y. (2010). Neural substrates of self‐referential processing in Chinese Buddhists. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 5, 332‐339. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Han, S. (2009). Self‐face advantage is modulated by social threat — Boss effect on self‐face recognition. J Exp Soc Psychol, 45, 1048‐1051. [pdf]
  • Ma, Y., Ge, J., Xu, X., Fan, Y., Yang, S., Han. S. (2009). Asymmetric neurocognitive representation of ethnic in‐group/out‐group faces. Chinese Science Bulletin, 54, 2076‐2081. [pdf]
  • Han, S., Mao, L., Gu, X., Zhu, Y., Ge, J., Ma, Y. (2008). Neural consequences of religious belief on self‐referential processing. Soc Neurosci, 3, 1‐15. [pdf]

Books and Book Chapter

  • Han, S. & Ma, Y. (2015) Cultural neuroscience studies of self-reflection. In Joan Chiao, Shu-Chen Li, Rebecca Seligman, Robert Turner (eds). The Oxford Handbook of Cultural Neuroscience. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Han, S., Ma, Y., & Sui, J. (2011). Self identity in sociocultural contexts: Implications from studies of self‐face recognition. In Han, S., & Pöppel, E. (Eds.). Culture and Neural Frames of Cognition and Communication (On Thinking). pp 65‐76, Berlin: Springer.
  • Ma, Y. & Xu, X. (2007) 10 Simple Solutions to Panic: How to Overcome Panic Attacks, Calm Physical Symptoms, and Reclaim Your Life. Science Press. (In Chinese)
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