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我院吕薇副教授在国际情绪、生理心理学顶级SSCI/SCI期刊发表系列高水平论文

成老师 发布于 2017-12-22 17:27:29 阅读次数 757

我院吕薇副教授(博士)以第一并通讯作者在国际情绪、生理心理学顶级SSCI期刊EmotionPsychophysiologyBiological Psychology等期刊发表了系列高水平论文。系列研究率先揭示了特质积极情感促进身心健康的中枢-外周协同作用机制;提出应激刺激的性质、应激强度是影响个体应激生理反应的重要因素,结合重复应激暴露实验范式,创新性地探讨了人格特质与应激环境(应激事件性质、应激刺激强度、应激事件的颖异性)如何交互影响个体的应激生理反应,揭示了积极人格特质人群能够因应激刺激性质、应激强度、应激事件的颖异性不同而动态性地调节其应激生理反应,能更好地适应环境挑战,维护身心健康。由于在应激反应个体差异方面所做的开创性研究工作,受邀与人格、应激及适应研究领域的国际权威专家(Stress and Anxiety Research Society 主席)Brian M., Hughes教授为生理心理学权威期刊International Journal of Psychophysiology特刊(special issue: stress & adaptation)撰写了有关应激与心血管反应适应性的大综述论文(Cardiovascular stress-response adaptation: Conceptual basis, empirical findings, and implications for disease processes)以及特邀研究论文Extraversion and Cardiovascular Responses to Recurrent Social Stress: Effect of Stress Intensity)。

发表论文链接:

Lü, W*., & Wang, Z. (online). Associations between Resting Respiratory Sinus Arrhythmia, Intraindividual Reaction Time Variability, and Trait Positive Affect, Emotion. doi:10.1037/emo0000392

Lü, W*., Xing, W., Hughes, B. M., & Wang, Z. (online). Extraversion and Cardiovascular Responses to Recurrent Social Stress: Effect of Stress Intensity. International Journal of Psychophysiology (special issue: stress & adaptation). https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167876017303513

Lü, W., Hughes, B. M., Howard, S., & James, J. E. (online). Sleep restriction undermines cardiovascular adaptation during stress, contingent on emotional stability. Biological Psychology.  https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0301051117303290

Lü, W*., & Wang, Z. (2017). Physiological adaptation to recurrent social stress of extraversion. Psychophysiology, 54(2), 270-278. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/psyp.12777/abstract

Lü, W*., & Wang, Z., & You, X. (2016). Physiological responses to repeated stress in individuals with high and low trait resilience. Biological Psychology, 120, 46–52. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S030105111630271X

Lü, W*., Wang, Z., & Hughes, B. M. (2016). Openness and Physiological Responses to Recurrent Social Stress. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 106, 135–140. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0167876016300757