Chinese researchers led by Dr. WANG Sujing at the Institute of Psychology have established CAS(ME)3, a large-scale, spontaneous micro-expression database with depth information and high ecological validity. It is expected to lead the next generation of micro-expression analysis.
Dr. YANG Jia and her colleagues, under the guidance of Prof. HUANG Changbing from the Institute of Psychology and Prof. LU Zhonglin at New York University Shanghai and New York University, have developed a multicomponent theoretical framework to model and identify contributions of multiple long and short-term processes in perceptual learning.
Dr. SHUI Guanghou's team from the Institute of Genetics and Developmental Biology has recently revealed perturbations in a diverse array of metabolic pathways across human aging, providing clues and guidance on the prevention and treatment of these age-related diseases.
A research team led by Dr. CAI Huajian from the Institute of Psychology has recently conducted a comprehensive reexamination on how Chinese happiness has changed over the past decades and the potential role of economic growth. And they found an upward trend of Chinese happiness since 1990. Moreover, economic growth is the Granger cause of the increase in Chinese happiness.
A research team led by Prof. SHA Zhongli from the Institute of Oceanology has revealed the evolution of mitochondrial gene order (MGO) among thoracotremes, and provided new insights into the internal phylogenetic relationships of Thoracotremata.
In a recent study, researchers from the Xishuangbanna Tropical Botanical Garden have investigated the soil HMs contamination and pollution sources in a typical coal industrial city. They quantified the ecological and human health risks of soil HMs from different sources, by a comprehensive approach combining risk assessments with positive matrix factorization model.
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