Shimin Fu
Shimin Fu
Department of Psychology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
Verified email at tsinghua.edu.cn
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Testing for dual brain processing routes in reading: a direct contrast of Chinese character and pinyin reading using fMRI
Y Chen, S Fu, SD Iversen, SM Smith, PM Matthews
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 14 (7), 1088-1098, 2002
1902002
Effects of word form on brain processing of written Chinese
S Fu, Y Chen, S Smith, S Iversen, PM Matthews
Neuroimage 17 (3), 1538-1548, 2002
1542002
The attentional effects of peripheral cueing as revealed by two event-related potential studies
S Fu, S Fan, L Chen, Y Zhuo
Clinical Neurophysiology 112 (1), 172-185, 2001
942001
Brain mechanisms of involuntary visuospatial attention: An event‐related potential study
S Fu, PM Greenwood, R Parasuraman
Human brain mapping 25 (4), 378-390, 2005
852005
Event-related potentials reveal dissociable mechanisms for orienting and focusing visuospatial attention
S Fu, DM Caggiano, PM Greenwood, R Parasuraman
Cognitive Brain Research 23 (2-3), 341-353, 2005
842005
Dissociation of visual C1 and P1 components as a function of attentional load: an event-related potential study
S Fu, JR Fedota, PM Greenwood, R Parasuraman
Biological psychology 85 (1), 171-178, 2010
762010
Perceptual load interacts with involuntary attention at early processing stages: event-related potential studies
S Fu, Y Huang, Y Luo, Y Wang, J Fedota, PM Greenwood, ...
Neuroimage 48 (1), 191-199, 2009
712009
When and where perceptual load interacts with voluntary visuospatial attention: An event-related potential and dipole modeling study
S Fu, M Zinni, PN Squire, R Kumar, DM Caggiano, R Parasuraman
Neuroimage 39 (3), 1345-1355, 2008
702008
Event‐related potentials reveal involuntary processing of orientation changes in the visual modality
S Fu, S Fan, L Chen
Psychophysiology 40 (5), 770-775, 2003
642003
Towards understanding language organisation in the brain using fMRI
PM Matthews, J Adcock, Y Chen, S Fu, JT Devlin, MFS Rushworth, ...
Human Brain Mapping 18 (3), 239-247, 2003
642003
Early interaction between perceptual load and involuntary attention: An event-related potential study
S Fu, J Fedota, PM Greenwood, R Parasuraman
Neuroscience letters 468 (1), 68-71, 2010
462010
Event-Related Potentials (ERPs) in Neuroergonomics.
S Fu, R Parasuraman
Neuroergonomics, 32-50, 2006
292006
Neural adaptation provides evidence for categorical differences in processing of faces and Chinese characters: An ERP study of the N170
S Fu, C Feng, S Guo, Y Luo, R Parasuraman
PloS one 7 (7), e41103, 2012
282012
Long-term exposure to high altitude affects voluntary spatial attention at early and late processing stages
Y Wang, H Ma, S Fu, S Guo, X Yang, P Luo, B Han
Scientific Reports 4, 4443, 2014
232014
Perceptual load, voluntary attention, and aging: An event-related potential study
Y Wang, S Fu, P Greenwood, Y Luo, R Parasuraman
International Journal of Psychophysiology 84 (1), 17-25, 2012
222012
The neural processing of fearful faces without attention and consciousness: An event-related potential study
L Wang, S Fu, C Feng, W Luo, X Zhu, Y Luo
Neuroscience Letters 506 (2), 317-321, 2012
192012
Configural and featural face processing are differently modulated by attentional resources at early stages: an event-related potential study with rapid serial visual presentation
H Wang, P Sun, C Ip, X Zhao, S Fu
Brain research 1602, 75-84, 2015
182015
Attentional load is not a critical factor for eliciting C1 attentional effect–A reply to Rauss, Pourtois, Vuilleumier, and Schwartz
S Fu, JR Fedota, PM Greenwood, R Parasuraman
Biological psychology 2 (91), 321-324, 2012
172012
The category‐sensitive and orientation‐sensitive N 170 adaptation in faces revealed by comparison with C hinese characters
C Feng, Y Luo, S Fu
Psychophysiology 50 (9), 885-899, 2013
132013
Orienting and focusing in voluntary and involuntary visuospatial attention conditions
Y Wang, J Wu, S Fu, Y Luo
Journal of Psychophysiology, 2010
132010
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