Li Zheng, Ph.D.
I am currently interested in the hippocampal contributions to the temporal interval and spatial representation during human episodic memory and navigation using high-resolution fMRI. Besides, I am also interested in the hippocampal-cortical and cortical- cortical interactions underlying representations of spatial layout, temporal interval and temporal order representation.
I got my Ph.D. degree from Beijing Normal University under the the guidance of Prof. Gui Xue in 2017.
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles Zheng, L., Gao, Z., Y., Xiao, X., Q., Ye, Z., F., Chen, C., S., Xue, G(2017). Reduced fidelity of neural representation underlies episodic memory decline in normal aging, Cerebral Cortex.  Zhu, Bi., Chen, Chuansheng., Shao, Xuhao., Liu, Wenzhi., Ye, Zhifang., Zhuang, Liping., Zheng, Li., Loftus, Elizabeth F., and Xue, Gui. (2019). Multiple interactive memory representations underlie the induction of false memory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201817925. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1817925116.  Zheng, L, Hu., Z., G. (In Chinese), Neuro-cognitive Mechanism of Imagining Future and Its Role in Suicide, Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 2012, 2:211-213.  Wang, Q., Chen, C., Cai, Y., Li, S., Zhao, X., Zheng, L., … & Xue, G. (2016). Dissociated neural substrates underlying impulsive choice and impulsive action, NeuroImage, 134, 540-549.  Xiao, X., Q., Ye, Z., F. Zheng, L, Xue, G. (In Chinese), Pattern reinstatement during memory encoding and retrieval, Journal of Beijing Normal University (Natural Science), 2016, 1252:765-772.
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