Professor. He has led the team to evaluate reliability of neuroimaging measurements and reformed the statistical framework on their reliability and validity for individual difference studies, to initiate the Consortium for Reliability and Reproducibility, to build the Chinese Color Nest cohort, to provide the experimental evidences on the neurodevelopmental differences of school-aged children and adolescents between USA and China, to reveal the gradient shifting rule of cortical connectivity during the puberty transition, to join the force of depicting the brain charts for the human lifespan, and to propose the developmental population neuroscience.
Ph.D., associate professor, Vice President of Guangxi Psychological Society, Director of key lab of Cognitive Neuroscience and Education. His research interest focuses on investigating child cognitive and emotional development and its neuro mechanism.
Ph.D., special associate professor, Beijing Institute of Technology. She works on Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience, with a particular interest in the cognitive and brain mechanisms underlying the intergenerational effects of parental adverse childhood experiences on child cognitive outcomes and social adjustment using a combination of observations, interviews, surveys, laboratory tasks and neuroimaging approaches.
Ph.D., her research focuses on investigating the amygdala development in children and adolescents. She used the manual tracing method, which we used as the ’gold standard’, to extract the structure of the human amygdala and described the amygdalar volume growth curves during childhood and adolescence. Recently, she focused on studying the relationship between the morphological development of the amygdala and anxiety and found the changes in the amygdala volume associated with anxiety reflect regional specificity and time-specificity.
Ph.D., His research focuses on development and function of corpus callosum in human via Magnetic Resonance Imaging.
Ph.D., His research focuses in the aging of spatial navigation and the neural mechanism.
Ph.D., her research focuses on investigating child mental health and brain development.
Ph.D., research associate and lab manager in the Center of Developmental Population Neuroscience at BNU.
Her research focuses on depicting the brain morphological growth trajectory in typical developmental children and adolescents. She’s also interested in the study of non-invasive somatic interventions for the atypical developmental children and adolescents.
Ph.D., post doc of Center of Developmental Population Neuroscience at BNU. His research focuses on investigating structural and functional individual differences of human by muti-modal MRI.
Ph.D., post doc of Center of Developmental Population Neuroscience at BNU. His research focuses the relationship between brain and cognition from computational and systems views, optimizing neuroimaging phenotypes from a lifespan perspective, and re-evaluating large-scale brain-mind data processing/analysis from an interdisciplinary standpoint.
Ph.D., postdoctoral researcher at the State Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University. Her research focuses on investigating the characteristics and functions of different frequency oscillations of the blood oxygen level dependent (BOLD) signals, and individual differences in BOLD fluctuation patterns in different frequency bands during brain development.
Ph.D., is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the State Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University. Her research interests are related to the impact of exercise behavior on the brain.
Ph.D., is currently the post doc in the State Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning, Beijing Normal University. Her research focuses on aging cognitive neuroscience and interested in developing effective video game training intervention tool to improve brain plasticity and cognitive function of older adults.
Ph.D., IT supporter. His main research interests are 1. multimodal neuroimaging data processing and methodological research; 2. multimodal neuroimaging computational platform building and 3. Neuroimaging data sharing and data mining.
Ph.D. Student in the Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Cognitive neuroscience is his research direction. His main research interest is the reliability research of resting state functional magnetic resonance imaging. Now Wei Luo are working in Nanning Normal University the school of Educational Sciences of Nanning Normal University
Ph.D. candidate in the state key laboratory of cognitive neuroscience and learning, Beijing Normal University. Her research direction is developmental neuroscience and comparative neuroscience. She is currently interested in the functional integration and specialization patterns of different species’ brains, the corresponding neuro correlates, and the relationship between brain development and evolution.
Ph.D. fellowship in Cognitive Neuroscience, Beijing Normal University. Her research focuses on Cognitive neuroscience and Autism spectrum disorders.
Ph.D. student at the State Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning at Beijing Normal University. His research focuses on brain entropy. Good at fMRI data analysis and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS).
Research assistant at the Developmental Population Neuroscience Research Center. Her responsibilities include project operation, data collection, participants’ management and feedback, for the Chinese Color Nest Project in Beijing. Her research interest is the brain cognitive development during childhood and adolescence and focus on the growth charts for children and adolescents’ self-concept.
Ph.D. student at the State Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning at Beijing Normal University. As a former middle-school teacher and current full-time PhD student, she have a deep-rooted love for language teaching and educational neuroscience.
Ph.D. student at the State Key Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience and Learning at Beijing Normal University. His research focuses on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Language Cognition
PhD Candidate at Beijing Normal University. Her research focuses on studying methodologies that combine psychology and computer science.
Postgraduate Student, Psychology, Beijing Normal University of China.
Graduate student in the Developmental Population Neuroscience Research Center of Beijing normal University.