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Chun-Ting Hsu
Chun-Ting Hsu
RIKEN Information R&D and Strategy Headquarters, Guardian Robot Project, Psychological Process Team
Verifisert e-postadresse på kyoto-u.ac.jp - Startside
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Can Harry Potter still put a spell on us in a second language? An fMRI study on reading emotion-laden literature in late bilinguals
CT Hsu, AM Jacobs, M Conrad
Cortex 63, 282-295, 2015
1942015
Fiction feelings in Harry Potter: haemodynamic response in the mid-cingulate cortex correlates with immersive reading experience
CT Hsu, M Conrad, AM Jacobs
NeuroReport 25 (17), 1356-1361, 2014
1682014
The emotion potential of words and passages in reading Harry Potter–An fMRI study
CT Hsu, AM Jacobs, FMM Citron, M Conrad
Brain and language 142, 96-114, 2015
1232015
The magical activation of left amygdala when reading Harry Potter: an fMRI study on how descriptions of supra-natural events entertain and enchant
CT Hsu, AM Jacobs, U Altmann, M Conrad
PloS one 10 (2), e0118179, 2015
612015
The Sound of Words Evokes Affective Brain Responses
A Aryani, CT Hsu, AM Jacobs
Brain sciences 8 (6), 94, 2018
422018
Idiomatic expressions evoke stronger emotional responses in the brain than literal sentences
FMM Citron, C Cacciari, JM Funcke, CT Hsu, AM Jacobs
Neuropsychologia 131, 233-248, 2019
402019
Neurocognitive signatures of naturalistic reading of scientific texts: a fixation-related fMRI study
CT Hsu, R Clariana, B Schloss, P Li
Scientific reports 9 (1), 10678, 2019
402019
Affective iconic words benefit from additional sound–meaning integration in the left amygdala
A Aryani, CT Hsu, AM Jacobs
Human brain mapping 40 (18), 5289-5300, 2019
322019
Reduced reward‐related neural response to mimicry in individuals with autism
CT Hsu, J Neufeld, B Chakrabarti
European Journal of Neuroscience 47 (6), 610-618, 2018
232018
How mimicry influences the neural correlates of reward: an fMRI study
CT Hsu, T Sims, B Chakrabarti
Neuropsychologia 116, 61-67, 2018
202018
Thinking about others and the future: Neural correlates of perspective taking relate to preferences for delayed rewards
G O’Connell, CT Hsu, A Christakou, B Chakrabarti
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 18 (1), 35-42, 2018
182018
Enhanced emotional and motor responses to live versus videotaped dynamic facial expressions
CT Hsu, W Sato, S Yoshikawa
Scientific Reports 10 (1), 16825, 2020
162020
Atypical reward-driven modulation of mimicry-related neural activity in autism
J Neufeld, CT Hsu, B Chakrabarti
Frontiers in Psychiatry 10, 438268, 2019
82019
Enhanced mirror neuron network activity and effective connectivity during live interaction among female subjects
CT Hsu, W Sato, T Kochiyama, R Nakai, K Asano, N Abe, S Yoshikawa
NeuroImage 263 (119655), 1-19, 2022
42022
Textual emotion potential, fiction feelings, and immersion: an fMRI study testing the neurocognitive poetics model of literary reading
CT Hsu
Freie Universität Berlin, 2015
32015
An investigation of the modulatory effects of empathic and autistic traits on emotional and facial motor responses during live social interactions
CT Hsu, W Sato, S Yoshikawa
Plos one 19 (1), e0290765, 2024
12024
Asynchrony enhances uncanniness in human, android, and virtual dynamic facial expressions
A Diel, W Sato, CT Hsu, T Minato
BMC Research Notes 16 (1), 368, 2023
12023
Electromyographic Validation of Spontaneous Facial Mimicry Detection Using Automated Facial Action Coding
CT Hsu, W Sato
Sensors 23 (22), 9076, 2023
12023
The inversion effect on the cubic humanness-uncanniness relation in humanlike agents
A Diel, W Sato, CT Hsu, T Minato
Frontiers in Psychology 14, 1222279, 2023
12023
The Reading Brain Project: An open science data-sharing initiative
P Li, A Yu, B Schloss, CT Hsu, L Ma, CT Chang, M Scotto
26th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, 2019
12019
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