This page provides links to materials related to the discussions in Room 309 of the round table meeting in NTU Psychology on 4/23, 2016. You are welcome to contact Erik Chang or the Taiwan Mind and Brain Imaging Center for further inquiries. In the following section, I tried to find both review and an empirical papers for each topic (but not always successful), which serves as a starting reference for those who are interested in their respective topics.
- Problem solving in physics
- Decision about project investment & standing in the line (No directly related article is out there. But I think the following ones are along the same line)
Second language narrative production
Actually no study is already out there for second language narrative writing. But interested PIs may adapt experiments designed for narrative writing in the first language for their second language experiments.
- The neuropsychology of narrative: story comprehension, story production and their interrelation
- Neural correlates of creative writing: an fMRI study.
- Erhard, K., Kessler, F., Neumann, N., Ortheil, H. J., & Lotze, M. (2014). Professional training in creative writing is associated with enhanced fronto-striatal activity in a literary text continuation task. NeuroImage, 100, 15–23. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.neuroimage.2014.05.076
- Neural correlates and network connectivity underlying narrative production and comprehension: A combined fMRI and PET study
Health & Well-being
- Exercise & Obesity
References for Starting FMRI Experiments
- Dimoka, A. (2012). How to conduct a functional magnetic resonance (FMRI) study in social science research. MIS Quarterly, 36(3), 811–A11.
- FMRI for newbies by Jody Culham
- Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging by Song, Huettel, & MaCarthy
- Handbook of Functional MRI Analysis
- Martin Linquist's FMRI course on coursera