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高 笑

西南大学心理学部

重庆市北碚区天生路2号,400715

E-mailgaoxiaox@swu.edu.cn

 

 

个人简介

高笑,西南大学心理学部副教授,教育学博士,研究生导师。西南大学心理学部味觉与摄食行为实验室执行负责人,国家自然科学基金通讯评审专家, 教学部学位论文评审专家受邀担任中国心理学会网络心理学专业委员委员,中国心理学会眼动心理学专业委员,重庆市健康促进与健康教育委员会委员。主要教授《人格心理学》、《心理发展与教育》等本科生课程,《心理素质与心理健康研究》、《青少年心理发展与健康》、《Advance in Psychology(英文)》等研究生课程。

研究领域主要集中在食物奖赏及奖赏记忆进食决策的认知神经基础相关研究,在AppetiteBehavioural Research and Therapy, Biological psychology, Journal of NeuroscienceEating Behaviors, Body Image, Health Psychology,《心理学报》等心理学和认知神经科学期刊上发表论文40余篇。主持/参与多项国家自然科学基金, 同时主持多项省部级研究课题。担任NeuropsychopharmacologyBiological PsychologyEmotionNeuropsychologiaBody Image, Appetite《心理科学》等国内外杂志的审稿人。

 

学术就职

2012.7-至今        西南大学心理学部,副教授,硕士研究生导师

2014.10-2016.6  美国耶鲁大学,访问学者

2010.7-2012.6    西南大学心理学部,讲师

 

教育背景

2007.9-2010.6 西南大学心理部,基础心理学专业,教育学博士

2004.9-2007.6  西南大学心理部,应用心理学专业,心理学硕士

2000.9-2004.6     四川大学华西医医学中心,医学学士

 

主持与主研项目

国家自然科学基金面上项目,肥胖者奖赏记忆抑制损伤的认知神经机制及干预研究,32071046主持01/2021-12/2024

重庆市社会科学规划项目培育项目,超重肥胖者对食物线索的记忆训练及其认知神经机制,2019PY57主持11/2019-12/2021

中国科学院心理健康重点实验室开放课题,一般项目,肥胖伴随的大脑对食物线索抑制控制的适应性改变:来自压抑遗忘范式的证据,KLMH2016G04主持04/2018-03/2020

重庆市研究生教育教学改革研究一般项目,应用心理硕士实践性课程体系构建与实施,yjg183040主持09/2018-01/2021

国家自然科学基金面上项目,基于目标冲突模型的限制性饮食认知神经机制,31771237,主研,01/2018-12/2021

中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金项目,重点项目,肥胖者大脑对食物线索思维抑制的适应性改变:来自TNT范式的证据,SWU1809103主持12/2018-12/2020

中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金项目,重点项目,外貌社会比较的认知神经机制研究,SWU1409116主持12/2014-12/2017

国家自然科学基金面上项目,限制性饮食者对食物信息的注意偏向及脑机制研究,31170981,主研,01/2012-12/2014

国家自然科学基金青年项目,人体伤害性疼痛的特异性电生理指标检测与提取,31200856,主研,01/2013-12/2015

国家自然科学基金青年项目,观察者特征与目标特征双视角下外貌社会比较的认知神经机制研究,31100758主持01/2012-12/2014

西南大学哲学社会科学基金项目,一般项目,负面身体自我的危险因素—身体信息注意偏向的时间进程机制研究,SWU1009086主持01/2011-12/2013

西南大学博士基金,饮食失调高危人群的注意偏向及脑机制研究,SWU110041主持01/2012-12/2013

国家自然科学基金面上项目,-负面身体自我的注意偏好与脑机制研究30870774,主研,01/2009-12/2011


获奖

重庆市自然科学奖三等奖,中国青少年身体意象的影响因素及预测研究2011,排名第二


科学论文

Zhang, R., Yang, X., Yang, R., Xu, Z., Sui, N, & Gao, X*. (2020). Wanting to eat matters: Negative affect and emotional eating were associated with impaired memory suppression of food cues. Appetite, 150, 104660.

Ao, H., Li, J. C., Su, M. Y., & Gao, X*. (2020). Fructose versus glucose decreased liking/wanting and subsequent intake of high-calorie foods in young women. Nutrition Research, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nutres.2020.05.002

Ao, H., Deng, X., She, Y., Wen, X., Wu, Q. R., Chen, F. G., & Gao, X*. (2020). A biopsychosocial-cultural model for understanding oral-health-related quality of life among adolescent orthodontic patients. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 30, 18(1):86

Meng, X., Huang, D., Ao, H., Wang, X. Y., & Gao, X*. (2020). Food cue recruits increased reward processing and decreased inhibitory control processing in the obese/overweight: An activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis of fMRI studies. Obesity Research & Clinical Practice, S1871-403X(19)30404-1.

Veldhuizen, M.G., Farruggia, M.C., Gao, X., Nakamura, Y., Green, B.G., & Small, D.M. (2020). Identification of an amygdala-thalamic circuit that acts as a central gain mechanism in taste perception. Journal of Neuroscience, JN-RM-2618-19. doi: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.2618-19.2020

Cao, B., Deng, R., Wang, D., Li, L., Ren, Z., Xu, L., &Gao, X*. (2020). Association between arginine catabolism and major depressive disorder: A protocol for the systematic review and meta-analysis of metabolic pathway. Medicine, 99(27), e21068. 

Liu, Y., Gao, X., Zhao, J., Zhang, L. L., & Chen, H. (2020). Neurocognitive correlates of food‑related response inhibition in overweight/obese adults. Brain Topography, 33(1), 101–111.

Wang, X. Y., Liu, Y., She, Y., & Gao, X*. (2019). Neural correlates of appearance-based social comparison: The modulating effects of body dissatisfaction and person perspective. Biological Psychology, 144, 74–84.

Liu, Y., Zhao, J., Zhang, X., Gao, X., Xu, W., & Chen, H. (2019). Overweight adults are more impulsive than normal weight adults: Evidence from ERPs during a chocolate-related delayed discounting task. Neuropsychologia, 133, 107181.

So, M. Y., Wang, X. Y., & Gao, X*. (2019). Body dissatisfaction enhances awareness and facilitates the consolidation of body-related words during rapid serial visual presentation. Frontiers in Psychology, 10:2614.

Gao, X*., Liang, Q., Wu, G., She, Y., Sui, N, & Chen, H. (2018). Decreased resting-state BOLD regional homogeneity and the intrinsic functional connectivity within dorsal striatum is associated with greater impulsivity in food-related decision-making and BMI change at 6-month follow up. Appetite, 127, 69–78.

Chen, F., He, Q. H., Han, Y., Zhang, Y. F. & Gao, X*. (2018). Increased BOLD signals in dlPFC is associated with stronger self-control in food-related decision-making. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 9: 689.

Han, Y., She, Y., & Gao, X*. (2017). The cause of obesity: An explanation from food reward perspective. Advance in Psychology, 25 (3): 452-462. [Chinese]

Gao, X*., Deng, X., Wen, X., She, Y., Vinke, P. C., Chen, H. (2016) My body looks like that girl's: Body mass index modulates brain activity during body image self-reflection among young women. PLoS ONE, 11(10): e0164450.

Gao, X*., Sun, X., Veldhuizen M. G., Nakamura, Y., Kroemer, N. B., & Small, D. M* (2016). Micturition Drive is Associated with Decreased Brain Response to Palatable Milkshake in the Human Anterior Insular Cortex. Chemosensory Perception, 9(4), 174-181.

Gao, X*., Deng, X., Yang, J., Liang, S., Liu, J., & Chen, H. (2014). Eyes on the bodies: An eye tracking study on deployment of visual attention among females with body dissatisfaction. Eating Behaviors, 15, 540-549.

Liu, J., Chen, H., Gao, X., Meng, R., Jackson, T. (2014). Attention and recognition biases associated with stature dissatisfaction among young men in China. Body Image, 11, 562-569.

Gao, X*., Li, X. J., Yang, X. Y., Wang, Y., Jackson, T., & Chen, H. (2013). I can’t stop looking at them: Interactive effects of body mass index and weight dissatisfaction on attention towards body shape photographs. Body Image, 10, 191-199.

Jackson, T., Gao, X., & Chen, H. (2013). Differences in neural activation to depictions of physical exercise and sedentary activity: an fMRI study of overweight and lean Chinese women. International Journal of Obesity, 38, 1180-1185.

Yang, H., Wang, F., Gu, N., Gao, X., Zhao, G. (2013). The cognitive advantage for one's own name is not simply familiarity: An eye-tracking study. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 20, 1176-1180.

Jackson, T., Huang, A., Chen, H., Gao, X., Zhang, Y., & Zhong, X. (2013). Predictors of willingness to use HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis among female sex workers in Southwest China. AIDS Care, 25, 601-605.

Jackson, T., Huang, A., Chen, H., Gao, X., Zhong, X., & Zhang, Y. (2012). Cognitive, psychosocial, and sociodemographic predictors of willingness to use HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis among Chinese men who have sex with men. AIDS & Behavior, 16, 1853-1861.

Gao, X., Wang Q., Chen, H., Wang, B. Y., & Zhao, G. (2012). Time course of attentional bias components toward body shape-related pictures among women with fat-negative physical self: an eye movement study. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 44(4), 498-510. [Chinese]

Yang, Z., Jackson, T., Gao, X., & Chen, H. (2012). Identifying selective visual attention biases related to fear of pain by tracking eye movements within a dot-probe paradigm. Pain, 153, 1742-1748

 Gao, X., Wang Q., Jackson T., Zhao, G., Liang, Y., & Chen H. (2011). Biases in orienting and maintenance of attention among weight dissatisfied women: An eye-movement study. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 49, 252-259.

Gao, X., Deng, X., Chen, N. J., Luo, W. B., Hu, L., Jackson, T., & Chen, H. (2011). Attentional biases among body-dissatisfied young women: an ERP study with rapid serial visual presentation. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 82, 133-142.

Gao, X., Jackson, T., Chen, H., Huang X.T., Qian, M. Y. (2010). There is a long way to go: A nationwide survey of professional training for mental health practitioners in China. Health Policy, 95, 74-81.

Zhao, Y. L., Tan, S. P., Yang, F. D., Wang, L. L., Feng, W. F., Chan, R. K., Gao, X., et al. (2011). Dysfunction in different phases of working memory in schizophrenia: Evidence from ERP recordings. Schizophrenia Research, 133, 112-119.

Yang, X. Y., Chen, H., Gao, X., & Chen, R. (2010). Role of social comparison in explaining effects of mass media on body image among female college students. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 24(1), 51-54. [Chinese]

Zhang, Y., Kong, F. C., Chen, H., Xiang, Y. H., Gao, X., & Chen, M. Y. (2010). Cognitive biases toward female facial attractiveness in males: Evidence from aAn ERP study. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 42(11), 1060-1072. [Chinese]

Zhang, Y., Kong, F. C., Wang, L., Chen, H., Gao, X., et al., (2010). Mental health and coping styles of children and adolescents survivors one year after the 2008 Chinese Earthquake. Children and Youth Services Review, 32, 1403-1409.

Cao, W., Chen, H., Gao, X., & Jackson, T. (2009). Choice, self expression and the spreading of alternatives effect. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 41(8), 753-762. [Chinese]

Cao, W., Chen, H., Gao, X., & Ye, L. (2009). The retrospect and the prospect of spreading of alternatives effects. Advances in Psychological Science, 17(1), 189-196. [Chinese]

Liang, Y., Chen, H., Qiu, J., Gao, X., & Zhao, T. (2008). Memory biases toward body information in women with a negative physical self: Evidence from an ERP study. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 40(8), 913-919. [Chinese]

Chen, H., Gao, X., & Jackson, T. (2007). Predictive models for understanding body dissatisfaction among young males and females in China. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45: 1345-1356.

Gao, X., & Chen, H. (2007). Research on Attentional Biases in Negative Body Image. Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 14(3), 272-274. [Chinese]

Chen, R., Chen, H., Liu, L., Peng, G. X., & Gao, X. (2007). Negative physical self of adolescents from Han, Tibet and Yi nationalities. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 21(7), 440-443. [Chinese]

Chen, H., Yang, X. Y., Zhai, L. H., He, Y. L., Chen, R., & Gao, X. (2007). Negative physical self of female students from 12 to 22 years old. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 21(8), 531-534. [Chinese]

Jackson, T., Chen, H., Guo, C., & Gao, X. (2006). Stories we love by Conceptions of love among couples from the People’s Republic of China and the United States. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 37(4): 446-464.

Chen, H., & Gao, X. (2005). Body image disturbances among college students and related influence factors. Health Medicine Research and Practice in Higher Institutions, 2, 26-29. [Chinese]