Dr. Qian Wang is a research assistant professor at the School of Psychological and Cognitive Sciences and she is also a Co-PI of the IDG/McGovern Institute for Brain Research at Peking University (Prof. Fang Fang’s lab). She received her bachelor’s degree from Department of Psychology, Peking University in 2006. Then she got her Ph.D. from School of Psychological and Cognitive Sciences, Peking University in 2016. She then joined Capital Medical University as a postdoc fellow and finished her clinical training between 2016 and 2018. Her research interest mainly focuses on intracranial recording and stimulating in human brain.
List of Publications
Wang, Q. #,*, Luo, L. #, Wang, J., Luan, G.M.* (2020) Color Perception Matches Selectivity in Human Early Visual Cortex. Brain Stimulation. 13: 253-255. (#co-first authors) (*co-corresponding authors)
Lu, L.X., Wang, Q., Sheng, J.W., Liu, Z.W., Qin, L., Li, L., Gao, J.H.* (2019) Neural tracking of speech mental imagery during rhythmic inner counting. eLife. 8: e48971
Gao, Y.Y.*, Zhang, J.F.*, Wang, Q. (2019) Robust neural tracking of linguistic units relates to distractor suppression. European Journal of Neuroscience. DOI: 10.1111/ejn.14552
Xu, N., Luo, L., Wang, Q., Li, L.* (2019) Binaural Unmasking of the Accuracy of Envelope-Signal Representation in Rat Auditory Cortex but Not Auditory Midbrain. Hearing Research. 377: 224-233.
Hao, W.,#, Wang, Q.,#, Li, L., Qiao, Y., Gao, Z., Ni, D., and Shang, Y.* (2018) Effects of Phase-Locking Deficits on Speech Recognition in Older Adults with Presbycusis. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience. 10:397. (#co-first authors)
Wang, J.,#, Wang, Q.,#, Wang, M., Luan, G.,*, Zhou, J., Guan, Y., and Yan, Z. (2018) Occipital Lobe Epilepsy with Ictal Fear: Evidence From a Stereo-Electroencephalography (sEEG) Case. Frontiers in Neurology. 9:644. (#co-first authors)
Wang, Q., Lu, H., Wu, Z.M., Li, L.* (2018). Neural Representation of Interaural Correlation in Human Auditory Brainstem: Comparisons between Temporal-fine Structure and Envelope. Hearing Research, 365, 165-173
Wang, Q., Li, L.* (2018). Differences between Auditory Frequency-Following Responses and Onset Responses: Intracranial Evidence from Rat Inferior Colliculus. Hearing Research, 357, 25-32
Yang, C., Luan, G., Wang, Q., Liu, Z., Zhai, F., & Wang, Q.Y.* (2018). Localization of epileptogenic zone with the correction of pathological networks. Frontiers in Neurology, 9: 143.
Cui, Z.#, Wang, Q.#, Gao, Y.Y., Wang, J., Wang, M.Y., Teng, P.F., Guan, Y.G., Zhou, J., Li, T.F., Luan, G. M. *, Li, L.* (2017). Dynamic Correlations between Intrinsic Connectivity and Extrinsic Connectivity of the Auditory Cortex in Humans. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.11: 407 (#co-first authors) (*co-corresponding authors)
Fan, D.G., Duan, L.X., Wang, Q., Luan, G.M., Wang, Q.Y.* (2017). Combined effects of feedforward inhibition and excitation in thalamocortical circuit on the transitions of epileptic seizures. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 11: 59
Luo, L., Wang, Q., Li, L.* (2017). Neural Representations of Concurrent Sounds with Overlapping Spectra in Rat Inferior Colliculus: Comparisons between Temporal-Fine Structure and Envelope. Hearing research, 353:87-96
Wang, Q., Teng, P. F., Luan, G. M.* (2017). Magnetoencephalography in preoperative epileptic foci localization: enlightenment from cognitive studies. Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience, 11: 58
Wang, Q., Li, L*. (2017) Modelling Envelope and Temporal Fine Structure Components of Frequency-Following Responses in Rat Inferior Colliculus. SCIENCE CHINA Technological Sciences, 60
She, S.#, Li, H. #, Ning, Y., Ren, J., Wu, Z., Huang, R., Zhao, J. *, Wang, Q.*, Zheng, Y*. (2017). Revealing the dysfunction of schematic facial-expression processing in schizophrenia: a comparative study of different references. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 11:314. doi: 10.3389/fnins.2017.00314 (*co-corresponding authors)
Gao, Y.Y.#, Wang, Q.# Ding, Y., Wang, C.M., Li, H.F., Qu, T.S., Li, L. (2017) Selective Attention Enhances Beta Band Cortical Oscillation to Speech under “Cocktail Party” Listening Conditions. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 11:34. (#co-first authors)
Zheng, Y. #, Li, H. #, Ning, Y., Ren, J., Wu, Z., Huang, R., Luan, G.*, Li, T., Bi, T., Wang, Q.*, She, S*. (2016). Sluggishness of early-stage face processing (n170) is correlated with negative and general psychiatric symptoms in schizophrenia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10:615. (*co-corresponding authors)
Liu, Z.L.#, Wang, Q.#, You, Y.#, Yin, P., Ding, H., Bao, X.H., Yang, P.C., Lu, H., Gao, Y.Y., Li, L.* (2016). The role of the temporal pole in modulating primitive auditory memory. Neuroscience Letters, 619: 196-202. (#co-first authors)
Wang, Q., Li, L. (2015) Auditory midbrain representation of a break in interaural correlation. Journal of Neurophysiology, 114(4), 2258-2264
Du, Y., Wang, Q., Zhang, Y., Wu, X.H., Li, L. (2012). Perceived target-masker separation unmasks responses of lateral amygdala to the emotionally conditioned target sounds in awake rats. Neuroscience, 225: 249-257.
Du, Y., Kong, L.Z., Wang, Q., and Wu, X.H., Li, L. (2011) Auditory frequency-following response: a neurophysiological measure for studying the “cocktail-party problem“. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 35: 2046-2057.
Du, Y., Ma, T.-F., Wang, Q., Wu, X.H., Li, L. (2009). Two crossed axonal projections contribute to binaural unmasking of frequency-following responses in rat inferior colliculus. European Journal of Neuroscience, 30: 1779-1789.