Tao Jiang

Tao Jiang
University of Lyon

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Tao Jiang currently works at Lyon Neuroscience Research Center in France. Tao does research in Behavioural Science, Biological Psychology and Clinical Psychology, particularly in biological basis of chemical perception and mechanims involved in cross modal control of food intake in human. Most methods used in psychophysics and psychophysiology are applied in her reserach. Their most recent publication is "Dysfunction of the Mesolimbic Circuit to Food Odors in Women With Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa: A fMRI Study" DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2019.00117.

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The study of food aversion in humans by the induction of illness is ethically unthinkable, and it is difficult to propose a type of food that is disgusting for everybody. However, although cheese is considered edible by most people, it can also be perceived as particularly disgusting to some individuals. As such, the perception of cheese constitute...
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Guided by distinct theoretical frameworks (the embodiment theories, shared-signal hypothesis, and appraisal theories), we examined the effects of gaze direction and emotional expressions (joy, disgust, and neutral) of virtual characters on attention orienting and affective reactivity of participants while they were engaged in joint attention for fo...
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Brain reward systems mediate liking and wanting for food reward. Here, we explore the differential involvement of the following structures for these two components: the ventral and dorsal striatopallidal area, orbitofrontal cortex (OFC), anterior insula and anterior cingulate. Twelve healthy female participants were asked to rate pleasantness (liki...

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