Jiuju Wang

Jiuju Wang
Peking University | PKU ·  Institute of Mental Health (the Sixth Hospital)

PhD

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Introduction
commodity between dyslexia and ADHD
Additional affiliations
September 2018 - September 2019
Massachusetts General Hospital
Position
  • visiting scholar
September 2010 - July 2013
Beijing Normal University
Position
  • PhD
September 2006 - July 2009
Chinese Academy of Sciences
Position
  • Master’s Degree

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Publications (32)
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Background ADHD and Chinese developmental dyslexia (DD) have a very high comorbidity rate; however, which cognitive deficits characterize the comorbidity and when they occur during cognitive processing are still under debate. Methods Rapid automatic naming (RAN) tasks with eye-movement tracking were conducted with 75 children who were typically de...
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Background and objectives To explore the discriminatory ability of a decision tree model based on cognitive testing data for the differential diagnosis of schizophrenia. Methods This study enrolled 82 patients with schizophrenia and 82 patients with affective disorders. The cognitive function of the two groups of participants was assessed based on...
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Background Previous studies showed that the COVID-19 outbreak increased the levels of depression and anxiety in heterogeneous populations. However, none has explored the prevalence and correlates of depression and anxiety among Chinese international students studying in US colleges during the pandemic. Objective This study examines the prevalence...
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Schizophrenia (SZ) and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) share several epidemiological and clinical features, but the neurobiological substrates shared by these two diseases remain unclear. This study aimed to explore the similarities and differences in brain function between them using near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS). Eventually, 130 SZ patien...
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Given the significance of validating reliable tests for the early detection of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), this systematic review aims to summarize available evidence of neuroimaging and neurophysiological changes in high-risk infants to improve ASD early diagnosis. We included peer-reviewed, primary research in English published before May 21,...
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Investigation of the temporal variability of resting-state brain networks informs our understanding of how neural connectivity aggregates and disassociates over time, further shedding light on the aberrant neural interactions that underlie symptomatology and psychosis development. In the current work, an electroencephalogram-based sliding window an...
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Previous studies showed that the COVID-19 outbreak increased the levels of depression and anxiety in heterogeneous populations. This study examines the prevalence of depression and anxiety among Chinese international students enrolled in US universities during the COVID-19 pandemic and identifies the associated factors, including habits, social and...
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BACKGROUND Previous studies have shown that COVID-19 increased the prevalence of depression and anxiety among various populations. However, few have explored the mental health issues of Chinese international students in the US and the risk factors involved. OBJECTIVE his study examines the prevalence of anxiety and depression among Chinese interna...
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Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a rapidly growing neurodevelopmental disorder. Both probiotics and oxytocin were reported to have therapeutic potential; however, the combination therapy has not yet been studied. We conducted a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled, 2-stage pilot trial in 35 individuals with ASD aged 3-20 years (median =...
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Compared with the large number of studies on reading of children with hearing loss (HL) in alphabetic languages, there are only a very limited number of studies on reading of Chinese-speaking children with HL. It remains unclear how phonological, orthographic, and semantic skills contribute to reading fluency of Chinese school-age children with HL....
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Background Schizophrenia is one of the most serious mental disorders. Currently, the diagnosis of schizophrenia mainly relies on scales and doctors' experience. Recently, functional near infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) has been used to distinguish schizophrenia from other mental disorders. The conventional classification methods utilized time-course...
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In this study, a visual search task was conducted on children with comorbid attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and developmental dyslexia (DD), children with pure ADHD, and typically developing children to explore the pathogenesis of comorbidity between ADHD and DD. Participants searched for the target character from five characters in...
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People living with schizophrenia (SCZ) experience severe brain network deterioration. The brain is constantly fizzling with non-linear causal activities measured by electroencephalogram (EEG) and despite the variety of effective connectivity methods, only few approaches can quantify the direct non-linear causal interactions. To circumvent this prob...
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Atypical brain lateralization patterns in processing both human faces (reduced right lateralization) and alphabetic languages (reduced left lateralization) have been found in autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Yet, whether Chinese children with ASD show similar atypical brain lateralization patterns in processing faces and language is largely unknown....
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Background and objectives: Obtaining an objective schizophrenia diagnosis is difficult given current practices. This study aims to evaluate the potential of functional near-infrared spec- troscopy (NIRS) in diagnosing individuals with schizophrenia. Methods: This study recruited 100 subjects with schizophrenia (45 males; 55 females) and 70 healthy...
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The P300 is regarded as a psychosis endophenotype of schizophrenia and a putative biomarker of risk for schizophrenia. However, the brain activity (i.e., P300 amplitude) during tasks cannot always provide satisfying discrimination of patients with schizophrenia (SZs) from healthy controls (HCs). Spontaneous activity at rest indices the potential of...
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Cognitive deficits in schizophrenia are correlated with the dysfunctions of distinct brain regions including anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) and prefrontal cortex (PFC). Apart from the dysfunctions of the intrinsic connectivity of related areas, how the coupled neural populations work is also crucial in related processes. Twenty-four patients with...
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Purpose: The purpose of the current study was to investigate the extent to which semantic context and F0 contours affect speech recognition by Mandarin-speaking kindergarten-aged children with CIs. Method: The experimental design manipulated two factors, i.e., semantic context by comparing the intelligibility of normal sentence vs. word list, and...
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Sentence context and fundamental frequency (F0) contours are important factors to speech perception and comprehension. In Chinese-Mandarin, lexical tones can be distinguished by the F0 contours. Previous studies found healthy people could use the cue of context to recover the phonological representations of lexical tones from the altered tonal patt...
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Schizophrenia is a common mental disorder, the incidence of it in the whole life of Chinese is about 6.55 parts per thousand. Exploring the language cognition is of great assistance in the diagnosis and therapy in schizophrenia. In this paper, the authors reviewed the advances of schizophrenia studies at behavioral and neural levels (event-related...
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The ability to process and identify visual words requires efficient orthographic processing of print, consisting of letters in alphabetic languages or characters in Chinese. The N170 is a robust neural marker for orthographic processes. Both genetic and environmental factors, such as home literacy, have been shown to influence orthographic processi...
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Flattening the fundamental frequency (F0) contours of Mandarin Chinese sentences reduces their intelligibility in noise but not in quiet. It is unclear, however, how the absence of primary acoustic cue for lexical tones might be compensated with the top-down information of sentence context. In this study, speech intelligibility was evaluated when p...
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Previous research into the cognitive processes involved in reading Chinese and developmental dyslexia in Chinese, revealed that the single most important factor appears to be orthographic processing skills rather than phonological skills. Also some studies have indicated that even in alphabetic languages some dyslexic individuals reveal deficits in...
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Developmental dyslexia is a specific learning disability. The cerebral mechanism of development dyslexia is an important topic that has fascinated many researchers. With the introduction of brain imaging in studies of cerebral mechanism of development dyslexia, many achievements have been made. Studies of developmental dyslexia structure image foun...

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Projects (3)
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identify schizophrenia with an automatic approach, using fNIRS
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To detect the mechanism of the common deficits in Dyslexia and ADHD
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to reveal the mechanism of reading and language problems in dyslexia, schizophrenia, ADHD, autism et al.