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    Effects of acute stress on divergent and convergent problem-solving.Haijun Duan, Xuewei Wang, Weiping Hu & John Kounios - 2019 - Thinking and Reasoning 26 (1):68-86.
    This study examined the effects of acute stress on creative problem-solving. Thirty-five male participants underwent stress induction via the Trier Social Stress Test; another 35 male participants...
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  2. Acute Stress Shapes Creative Cognition in Trait Anxiety.Haijun Duan, Xuewei Wang, Zijuan Wang, Wenlong Xue, Yuecui Kan, Weiping Hu & Fengqing Zhang - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 10.
    This study examined the cognitive mechanism underlying acute stress in creative cognition among individuals with high and low trait anxiety. Specifically, cognitive inhibition was assessed using the flanker task during acute stress. Fifty-two participants (26 high trait anxiety, 26 low trait anxiety) (mean age = 18.94 years) underwent stress induction via the Trier Social Stress Test (TSST). They all completed the Alternative Uses Test (AUT) and the Remote Associates Test (RAT) before and after the TSST. Biochemical markers (salivary cortisol and (...)
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    A Positive Role of Negative Mood on Creativity: The Opportunity in the Crisis of the COVID-19 Epidemic.Ying Du, Yilong Yang, Xuewei Wang, Cong Xie, Chunyu Liu, Weiping Hu & Yadan Li - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    The COVID-19 epidemic is associated with negative mood, which has the potential to be a powerful driver of creativity. However, the influence of negative mood on cognitive creativity and emotional creativity remains elusive. Previous research has indicated that self-focused attention is likely to be related to both negative mood and creativity. The current study introduced two self-focused attention variables to explore how negative mood might contribute to cognitive creativity and emotional creativity. Based on a sample of 351 participants, our study (...)
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    The Relation between Maternal Work Hours and Primary School Students’ Affect in China: The Role of the Frequency of Mother–Child Communication and Maternal Education.Huan Zhou, Bo Lv, Xiaolin Guo, Chunhui Liu, Bing Qi, Weiping Hu, Zhaomin Liu & Liang Luo - 2017 - Frontiers in Psychology 8.
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  5. Curriculum Innovation in Times of the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Thinking-Based Instruction Theory and Its Application.Yangping Li, Xinru Zhang, David Yun Dai & Weiping Hu - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    At the beginning of 2020, to stop the spread of the coronavirus disease to the campus, the Ministry of Education of China launched a policy “Suspension of classes without suspending schooling” for the spring semester of 2020. However, the drawbacks of online teaching forced us to modify teaching strategies during this special period, especially developing courses that are suitable for student learning at home and improving their key competencies. In order to solve these problems, this study introduces some theoretical exploration (...)
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    Attentional blink affected by acute stress in women: The role of affective stimuli and attentional resources.Yuecui Kan, Haijun Duan, Xitong Chen, Xuewei Wang, Wenlong Xue & Weiping Hu - 2019 - Consciousness and Cognition 75:102796.
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    The influence of varying positive affect in approach-motivation intensity on creative idea generation and creative idea evaluation: an fNIRS study.Xuewei Wang, Yadan Li, Xinyi Li, David Yun Dai & Weiping Hu - 2023 - Thinking and Reasoning 29 (1):70-110.
    The aim of this study was to explain previous inconsistent results regarding the effects of positive affect on creative cognition based on the motivational dimensional model of affect theory and provide the underlying neural correlates of the effects of different approach-motivation intensities of positive affect on creative processes (creative idea generation and creative idea evaluation) using the functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) technique. Sixty participants were randomly assigned to three groups (high-approach-motivated positive affect (HAM), low-approach-motivated positive affect (LAM) and affectively neutral (...)
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