Feng Sheng

Feng Sheng
Peking University | PKU · "Guanghua" School of Management

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September 2013 - August 2014
University of California, Berkeley
Position
  • Researcher
September 2012 - August 2015
Peking University
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2011 - December 2011
Stanford University
Position
  • Visiting student researcher

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Publications (7)
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To investigate whether coding pain expressions of own-race and other-race individuals engages overlapping or distinct neuronal populations, we recorded event-related brain potentials from Chinese and Caucasian adults when viewing an adaptor face (with pain or neutral expressions) and a target face (with only pain expression) presented in rapid succ...
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The intergroup relationship between a perceiver and a target person influences empathic neural responses to others' suffering, which are increased for racial in-group members compared to out-group members. The current study investigated whether oxytocin (OT), a neuropeptide that has been linked to empathic concern and in-group favoritism, contribut...
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Human beings process perceptual and affective information of racial out-groups in a degraded manner. Relative to racial in-group members, we lack perceptual individuation of racial out-group members and empathize their pain to a less degree. To date, however, the relationship between the deficiency of individuation and the impairment of empathy in...
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Cognitive distortion in depression is characterized by enhanced negative thoughts about both environment and oneself. Carriers of a risk allele for depression, that is, the short (s) allele of the serotonin transporter promoter polymorphism (5-HTTLPR), exhibit amygdala hyperresponsiveness to negative environmental stimuli relative to homozygous lon...

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