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 董光恒   CURRICULUM VITAE

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Name: Guang-Heng Dong

Ph.D., Professor of Psychology

Institute of Psychological Research, Hangzhou Normal University

                               E-mail: dongguangheng@hznu.edu.cn

 Research Interests:

My research tries to understand the neural underpinnings of addiction, especially internet gaming disorder and nicotine addiction. Based on the research results and the advances in this field, we also try to explore the potential non-invasive treatment methods (rTMS, tDCS) on addictions, and the ways to improve the effectiveness.

Education

201102 —2012022014.5--2016.12  Visiting Scholar at Yale University (Host: Marc Potenza)

200509—200806. Ph.D, Liaoning Normal University

200209—200506. Master, Liaoning Normal University

199809—200206. Bachelor, Qufu Normal University (Confucius University)

Employment

200808—2018 12, Zhejiang Normal University

201901—now  Hangzhou Normal University

 

Grants:

1. Zhejiang Provincial Natural Science Foundation. LY20C090005, 90,000.

2. National Science Foundation of China. Grant No. 31371023, 2014.1-2017.12, 500,000.

3. National Science Foundation of China. Grant No.30900405,. 2010-2012,¥140,000.

4. Tencent Psychological Funding, 212,000.

5. The Cultivation project of province-levelled preponderant characteristic discipline of Hangzhou Normal University (20JYXK008). 202101-202212, 300,000

6. Others, (All types of supports are welcome!)

 

Professional Services:

BMC psychiatry, Associate EditorIF=2.6

Behavioral and Brain Functions,  Editorial Board IF=2.3

Addictive Behaviors, Editorial BoardIF=3.65

Comments from others

Elsevier 中国心理学高被引学者(2020

“中国精神疾病领域学术影响力排名TOP100” 第11位(2021)。

Peer-Reviewed Original Research

2022

2021

94. Zheng H, Wang M, Zheng Y, Dong GH*. How sleep disturbances affect internet gaming disorder: the mediating effect of hippocampal functional connectivity. J Affect Disord. Accepted

93. Zheng Y., Dong H., Wang M., Zhou W.,Lin X, Dong GH*. Similarities and differences between internet gaming disorder and tobacco use disorder: A large-scale network study. Addiction Biology, Accepted.

92. Zhou WR, Wang M, Dong HH, Zhang Z, Du X, Potenza MN, Dong GH*. Imbalanced sensitivities to primary and secondary rewards in internet gaming disorder. J Behav Addict,Accepted.

91. Dong G-H.*, Dong H., Wang M., ,,,Potenza M. Dorsal and ventral striatal functional connectivity shifts play a potential role in internet gaming disorder. Communications Biology, Accepted.

90. Zhou W.,,, Dong G-H.*. Connectome-based prediction of craving for gaming in internet gaming disorder. Addiction Biology, Accepted.

89. Zhang J. ,,Dong GH*. Disturbed craving regulation to gaming cues in internet gaming disorder: Implications for uncontrolled gaming behaviors. Journal of Psychiatric Research, accepted.

88. Zhou W., ..Dong GH*. Sex difference in neural responses to gaming cues: Implications for why males are more vulnerable to Internet gaming disorder than females. Neuroscience Letters, Accepted.

87 Lin X., Li W., Dong G., Wang Q,,,,Lu L. Characteristics of Multimodal Brain Connectomics in Patients With Schizophrenia and the Unaffected First-Degree Relatives. Front Cell Dev Biol. 2021,e collection.

86. Wang M., ,,, Dong G-H.* Persistent dependent behavior is accompanied by dynamic switching between the ventral and dorsal striatal connections in internet gaming disorder. Addiction Biology, 2021, Accepted.

85. Chen S*., ,,,Dong GH*. Internet gaming disorder impacts gray matter structural covariance of default mode network. Journal of Affective Disorders. 2021, Accepted.

84. Zeng N.,Wang M…., Dong GH*. Gender-related differences in frontal-parietal modular segregation and altered effective connectivity in internet gaming disorder. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 2021,Accepted.

83. Zhou W., …Dong GH*. Altered Modular Segregation of brain networks Associated with Craving and Cue Reactivity in People with Internet Gaming Disorder. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry,2021, Accepted.

2020

82 Zhou W., …Dong GH*. The imbalance between goal-directed and habitual systems in internet gaming disorder: results from the disturbed thalamocortical communications. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 2020, accepted.

81. Dong H., Wang M., ,,Dong G-H*. Reduced frontostriatal functional connectivity and associations with severity of internet gaming disorder. Addiction Biology, 2020, accepted.

80. Dong H., Wang M. ,,, Dong G-H*., The functional connectivity between the prefrontal cortex and supplementary motor area moderates the relationship between internet gaming disorder and loneliness. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry,2020, Accepted.

79. Dong G-H.*, Wang Z., Dong H., et al., More stringent criteria are needed for diagnosing internet gaming disorder: Evidence from regional brain features and whole-brain functional connectivity multivariate pattern analyses. Journal of Behavioral Addictions. Accepted.

78. Zeng N., Wang M., Dong H., …Dong G-H*., Altered dynamic interactions within frontostriatal circuits reflect disturbed craving processing in Internet gaming disorder. CNS Spectrums. Accepted.

77. Lin X., Deng J., Dong G., et al., Effects of Chronic Pharmacological Treatment on Functional Brain Network Connectivity in Patients with Schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research, in press.

76. Wang M., …Dong GH*. Altered effective connectivity from the pregenual anterior cingulate cortex to the laterobasal amygdala mediates the relationship between internet gaming disorder and loneliness. Psychological Medicine, Accepted.

75. Zhang J., Hu Y., …Dong GH*. Males are more sensitive to reward and less sensitive to loss than females among people with Internet gaming disorder: fMRI evidence from a card-guessing task. BMC Psychiatry, Accepted.

74. Wang M., ..Dong GH*. Inhibitory neuromodulation of the putamen to the prefrontal cortex in Internet gaming disorder: How addiction impairs executive control, Journal of Behavioral Addictions. Accepted.

73. Dong G.H*. et.al., ...Potenza M. Disrupted prefrontal regulation of striatum-related craving in internet gaming disorder revealed by dynamic causal modeling: Results from a cue-reactivity task. Psychological Medicine, Accepted.

72. Wang Z., et.al.,… Dong G.H.*. Decreased effective connection from the parahippocampal gyrus to the prefrontal cortex in Internet gaming disorder: A MVPA and spDCM study. Journal of Behavioral Addictions. Accepted.

71. Zhang J., et al., Dong G.H*. Altered Neural Processing of Negative Stimuli in People with Internet Gaming Disorder: fMRI Evidence from the Comparison with Recreational Game Users. J Affective Disorders, Accepted.

 

2019

70. Zheng H., et al., Dong G*. Meta-analyses of the functional neural alterations in subjects with Internet gaming disorder: Similarities and differences across different paradigms. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry,2019, accepted.

69. Dong et a.., Functional neural changes and altered cortical-subcortical connectivity associated with recovery from Internet gaming disorder, Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 2019 Accepted.

68. Chen S, Li H,,,,Dong G*. A preliminary study of disrupted functional network in individuals with Internet gaming disorder: evidence from the comparison with recreational game users. Addictive Behaviors, in press.

67. Dong G.-H.et al., Addiction severity modulates the precuneus involvement in internet gaming disorder: functionality, morphology and effective connectivity, Progress in Neuropsychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 2019, in press.

66. Zhang J, Hu Y, Wang L,,,,Dong G*. Altered Brain Activities Associated with Cue Reactivity During Forced Break in Subjects with Internet Gaming Disorder. Addictive Behaviors, in press.

65. Dong G*., Liu X., et al., Brain response features during forced break could predict subsequent recovery in internet gaming disorder: A longitudinal study. J Psychiatr Res. 2019 Mar 9;113:17-26

64. Dong G.*, Wang M, et al., Cue-elicited craving-related lentiform activation during gaming deprivation is associated with the emergence of Internet gaming disorder. Addict Biology. 2019 Jan 6. doi: 10.1111/adb.12713.

63. Wang M, Hu Y, Wang Z, Du X, Dong G*. Sex difference in the effect of Internet gaming disorder on the brain functions: Evidence from resting-state fMRI. Neurosci Lett.173. 2019 Apr 17;698:44-50

62. Wang Z.,Liu, X., Hu, Y., Wang, Z., Zheng, H., Li, H. & Dong, G.*, (2019). Altered brain functional networks in internet gaming disorder: independent component and graph theoretical analysis under a probability-discounting task. CNS spectrums, Accepted.

2018

61. Dong et al.*, Gender-related differences in neural responses to gaming cues before and after gaming: Implications for gender-specific vulnerabilities to Internet gaming disorder. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci, 13(11):1203-1214

60. Dong G*. et al., Gender-related differences in cue-elicited cravings in Internet gaming disorder: The effects of deprivation Journal of Behavioral Addictions. Journal of Behavioral addictions. 2018. 2018 Dec 1;7(4):953-964.

59. Wang M, Zheng H, Du X, Dong G *. Mapping Internet gaming disorder using effective connectivity: A spectral dynamic causal modeling study. Addict Behav. 2019 Mar;90:62-70.

58. Wang Z, Wu L, Yuan K, Hu Y, Zheng H, Du X, Dong G*. Cortical thickness and volume abnormalities in Internet gaming disorder: Evidence from comparison of recreational Internet game users. Eur J Neurosci, accepted.

57. Wang M, Dong G*, Wang L, Zheng H, Potenza MN. Brain responses during strategic online gaming of varying proficiencies: Implications for better gaming. Brain Behav, 2018, 2018 Aug;8(8):e01076.

56. Wang, Z, Hu, Y., Zheng, H., Yuan, K., Du, X., & Dong, G*. (2018). Females are more vulnerable to Internet gaming disorder than males: Evidence from cortical thickness abnormalities. Psychiatry research:Neuroimaging. Accepted.

55. Wang L, Zhang Y....Dong G*. Group independent component analysis reveals alternation of executive control network of Internet gaming disorders. CNS Spectrums, Accepted.

54. Dong et al*., Gender-related functional connectivity and craving during gaming and immediate forced abstinence: Implications for development and progression of Internet gaming disorder. Progress in Neuropsychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, accepted.

53. Dong et al.*, Individual differences in self-reported reward-approach tendencies relate to

resting-state and reward-task-based fMRI measures. International Journal of Psychophysiology, accepted.

52. Liu X, ,,,Dong G*. Internet Search Alters Intra- and Inter-regional Synchronization in the Temporal Gyrus, Frontiers in Psychology. 2018.

51. Dong G.*, et al., Diffusion-weighted MRI measures suggest increased white-matter integrity in Internet gaming disorder: Evidence from the comparison with recreational Internet game users. Addictive Behaviors, 2018.

2017

50. Dong, G.*, Li H., Wang L., Potenza M. The correlation between mood states and functional connectivity within the default mode network can differentiate Internet gaming disorder from healthy controls. Progress in Neuropsychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, accepted.

49. Dong et al.*, Li H., Wang L., Potenza M.. Cognitive Control and Reward/Loss Processing in Internet gaming disorder: Results from the comparison with Recreational Internet Game-Users. European Psychiatry, Accepted.

48. Dong G. *, Li H., Potenza M. Short-term Internet-search training is associated with increased fractional anisotropy in the superior longitudinal fasciculus in the parietal lobe. Frontiers in Neuroscience, Accepted.

47. Elise Devito, Guangheng Dong, Hedy Kober, Carrel Katherine, Marc Potenza. Functional neural changes following behavioral therapies and disulfiram for cocaine dependence. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, accepted.

46. Wang L., Wu L., Wang Y., Li H., Liu X., Du X., Dong G*., Altered brain activities associated with craving and cue reactivity in people with Internet gaming disorder: Evidence from the comparison with recreational Internet game users. Frontiers in Psychology, 2017, accepted.

45. Wang Y., Wu L., ...Dong G*.Short-term Internet search using makes people rely on search engines when facing unknown issues. PlOS ONE., Accepted.

44. Wang L, Zhang Y....Dong G*. Group independent component analysis reveals alternation of executive control network of Internet gaming disorders. CNS Spectrums, Accepted.

43. Dong G* Lingxiao Wang · Xiaoxia Du · Marc N. Potenza. Gaming increases craving to gaming-related stimuli in individuals with Internet gaming disorder. Biological Psychiatry, CNNI, 2017, accepted.

42. Yifan Wang, Yanbo Hu, Jiaojing Xu, G.Dong*. Dysfunctional Prefrontal Function Is Associated with Impulsivity in People with Internet Gaming Disorder during a Delay Discounting Task. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 2017.

41. Elise Eva DeVito · Dong G Hedy Kober · [...] · Marc N. Potenza. Neural effects of treatment in a trial of behavioral therapies and disulfiram for cocaine dependence. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 2017, accepted.

2016

40. Wang Yifan,,,,, Dong G*. Impaired Decision-making and Impulse Control in Internet Gaming Addicts: Evidence from the Comparison with Recreational Internet Game Users. Addiction Biology, 2016, Accepted.

39. Dong G*, Potenza M. Short-term Internet-search practicing modulates brain activity during recollection. Neuroscience, Accepted, 2016.

38. Wang Yifan,,,,, G Dong*. Impaired Executive Control and Reward Circuit in Internet Gaming Addicts under a Delay Discounting Task: Independent Component Analysis. European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience, 2016, accepted.

37. Wang Lingxiao, Wu,, et al. Dong G. *, Altered brain functional networks in people with Internet gaming disorder: evidence from resting-state fMRI. Psychiatry Research: NeuroImaging, 2016, Accepted.

36. Dong G*, Wang Y, Potenza M. The activation of caudate is associated with correct recollections in a reward-based recollection task. Human Brain Mapping, 2016, 11.

35. Yifen Zhang,,,,Guangheng Dong*. Brain activity towards gaming-related cues in Internet gaming disorder during an addiction Stroop task. Frontiers in Psychology.2016 accepted.

34. Lingxiao Wang, ..Guangheng Dong*. Dysfunctional Default Mode Network and Executive Control Network in people with Internet gaming disorder: Independent Component Analysis under a probability discounting task. European Psychiatry, Accepted.

33. Dong G*., Potenza M., Risk-taking and risky decision-making in Internet gaming disorder: Implications regarding online gaming in the setting of negative consequences. Journal of Psychiatric Research. Accepted.

32. Dong G*, et al. Internet searching and memory processing during a recollection fMRI task: Evidence from pseudo recollected trials", Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science. 2016, Accepted.

31. Wang Yifan, Wu, Zhou, Dong G*. Development and Validation of a Self-reported Questionnaire for Measuring Internet Search Dependence. Frontiers in Public Health, Accepted.

2015

30. Dong G*, Potenza M. Behavioral and brain responses related to Internet search using on memory. European Journal of Neuroscience, Online, in press.

29. Dong G*, Lin X, Yanbo Hu,Xie C, Xiaoxia Du. Imbalanced functional link between executive control network and reward network explain the online-game seeking behaviors in Internet gaming disorder", Scientific Reports,2015, Srep13039

28. Wang M., Zhang K., Zhang J., Dong G.,Zhang H., Du X., Abnormal Neural Responses to Emotional Stimuli but Not Go/NoGo and Stroop Tasks inAdults with a History of Childhood Nocturnal Enuresis. Plos One. 2015, pone0142957

27. Dong G*, Lin X, Potenza M. Decreased functional connectivity in an executive control network is related to impaired executive function in Internet gaming disorder,Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry, 2015

26. Lin X., Dong G*, et al.Abnormal gray matter and white matter integrity in 'internet gaming addicts'. Addictive Behaviors,2015

25. Lin X., Zhou H., Dong G*, Du X. Reward/punishment sensitivities after continuous wins or losses among internet addicts: Implications for their addictive behaviors to internet. Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology & Biological Psychiatry. 2015.

24. Lin X., Zhou H., Huang J., Dong G*.公平行为的认知神经机制, 心理科学,2015

23. Dong G. *, Zhang Y., Xu J., Lin X., Du X. How the risky features of previous selection affect subsequent decision making: Evidence from behavioral and fMRI measures. Frontiers in Neuroscience, 2015,fnins. 00364

22. Lin X, Jia x, Zang Y, Dong G*. Frequence-dependent changes in the amplitudeof low-frequence fluctuations in Internet Gaming disorder. Frontiers in Psychology, 2015, fpsy.01471

2014

21. Dong G*, Potenza, M. A cognitive behavioral model of internet gaming disorder: Theoretical underpinnings and clinical implications. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 2014.Avaliable Online 17 July, 2014

20. Dong G*, Xiao Lin, Hongli Zhou, Qilin Lu. How the win-lose balance situation affects subsequent decision-making: fMRI evidence from a gambling task. Neuroscience, Available online 9 May 2014

19. Dong G*, Zhou H, Lin X, Hu Y, Lu Q. Why the processing of repeated targets are better than that of no repetition: evidence from easy-to-difficult and difficult-to-easy switching situations. Behav Brain Funct. 2014 Feb 13;10(1):4.

18. Dong G*, Lin X, Zhou H, Lu Q.Cognitive flexibility in internet addicts: fMRI evidence from difficult-to-easy and easy-to-difficult switching situations. Addict Behav. 2014 Mar;39(3):677-83. doi: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2013.11.028.1.

17. Dong G*, Lin X, Zhou H, Du X. Decision-making after continuous wins or losses in a randomized guessing task: implications for how the prior selection results affect subsequent decision-making. Behav Brain Funct. 2014 Apr 3;10(1):11. doi: 10.1186/1744-9081-10-11.

16. Dong G*, Hu Y, Lin X, Lu Q.What makes Internet addicts continue playing online even when faced by severe negative consequences? Possible explanations from an fMRI study. Biological Psychology. 2013 Aug 6;94(2):282-289. doi: 10.1016/j.biopsycho.2014.07.009.

2008---2013

15. Dong G*, Hu Y, Lin X. Reward/punishment sensitivities among internet addicts: Implications for their addictive behaviors. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry. 2013 Oct;46:139-45. doi: 10.1016/j.pnpbp.2013.07.007.

14. Dong G*, Lin X, Hu Y, Lu Q.Brain activity in advantageous and disadvantageous situations: implications for reward/punishment sensitivity in different situations. PLoS One. 2013 Nov 12;8(11):e80232. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0080232.

13. Dong G*, Shen Y, Huang J, Du X. Impaired error-monitoring function in people with internet addiction disorder: an event-related FMRI study. Eur Addict Res. 2013;19(5):269-75. doi: 10.1159/000346783.

12. Dong G*, Huang J, Du X. Alterations in regional homogeneity of resting-state brain activity in internet gaming addicts. Behav Brain Funct. 2012 Aug 18;8:41. doi: 10.1186/1744-9081-8-41.

11. Dong G*, Devito EE, Du X, Cui Z. Impaired inhibitory control in 'internet addiction disorder': a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Psychiatry Res. 2012 Aug-Sep;203(2-3):153-8. doi: 10.1016/j.pscychresns.2012.02.001.

10. Dong G*, DeVito E, Huang J, Du X.Diffusion tensor imaging reveals thalamus and posterior cingulate cortex abnormalities in internet gaming addicts. J Psychiatr Res. 2012 Sep;46(9):1212-6. doi: 10.1016/j.jpsychires.2012.05.015.

9. Dong G*, Wang J, Yang X, Zhou H.Risk personality traits of Internet addiction: A longitudinal study of Internet-addicted Chinese university students. Asia Pac Psychiatry. 2012 Apr 11. doi: 10.1111/j.1758-5872.2012.00185.x.

8. Dong G*, Huang J, Du X. Enhanced reward sensitivity and decreased loss sensitivity in Internet addicts: an fMRI study during a guessing task. J Psychiatr Res. 2011 Nov;45(11):1525-9. doi: 10.1016/j.jpsychires.2011.06.017.

7. Dong G*, Zhou H, Zhao X.Male Internet addicts show impaired executive control ability: evidence from a color-word Stroop task. Neurosci Lett. 2011 Jul 20;499(2):114-8. doi: 10.1016/j.neulet.2011.05.047.

6. Dong G*, Lu Q, Zhou H, Zhao X.Precursor or sequela: pathological disorders in people with Internet addiction disorder. PLoS One. 2011 Feb 16;6(2):e14703. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0014703.

5. Dong G*, Hu Y, Zhou H .Event-related potential measures of the intending process: time course and related ERP components. Behav Brain Funct. 2010 Feb 24;6:15. doi: 10.1186/1744-9081-6-15.

4. Dong G*, Lu S. The relation of expression recognition and affective experience in facial expression processing: an event-related potential study. Psychol Res Behav Manag. 2010;3:65-74. Epub 2010 Apr 27.

3. Dong G*, Yang L, Shen Y. The course of visual searching to a target in a fixed location: electrophysiological evidence from an emotional flanker task. Neurosci Lett. 2009 Aug 21;460(1):1-5. doi: 10.1016/j.neulet.2009.05.025. Epub 2009 May 14.

2. Dong G*, Yang L, Hu Y, Jiang Y.Is N2 associated with successful suppression of behavior responses in impulse control processes? Neuroreport. 2009 Apr 22;20(6):537-42. doi: 10.1097/WNR.0b013e3283271e9b.

1. Dong G*. et al., Early Negativity Bias Occurring Prior to Experiencing of Emotion: An ERP Study. Journal of Psychophysiology 2011.3

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Books and Chapters:

1. 董光恒 《一读就上瘾的心理学》,台海出版社,20211月版(当当图书)。

2. 董光恒《网络游戏成瘾》,(图书章节),于《沈渔邨精神病学》第六版,人民卫生出版社。

Publications in Chinese

1.[期刊]

 名:3~5岁幼儿自我控制能力结构研究

 者:杨丽珠,董光恒

 处:心理发展与教育;2005;21;4;P7-12;

2.[期刊]

 名:情绪状态及认知情绪调节策略与大学生网络游戏成瘾的关系

 者:周珲,赵璇,董光恒,彭润雨

 处:中国临床心理学杂志;2011;2;P215-217;

3.[期刊]

 名:情绪冲突控制过程的脑电特征研究

 者:董光恒,杨丽珠

 处:心理科学杂志;2008;6;P1365-13681290;

4.[期刊]

 名:父亲缺失对儿童心理发展的影响

 者:杨丽珠,董光恒

 处:心理科学进展;2005;3;P260-266;

5.[期刊]

 名:孤独感在大学生网络成瘾与社会技能中的中介效应分析

 者:苟洋,董光恒,彭润雨

 处:校园心理;2013;4;P223-225;

6.[期刊]

 名:大学生网络游戏成瘾与社会技能、自尊水平的关系

 者:黄芥,周珲,董光恒,彭润雨

 处:中国健康心理学杂志;2012;20;11;P1757-1759;

8.[期刊]

 名:父亲在儿童成长中的家庭角色与作用

 者:董光恒,杨丽珠,邹萍

 处:中国心理卫生杂志;2006;20;10;P689-692;

9.[期刊]

 名:童年的秘密:敏感期

 者:刘闯,董光恒

 处:幼儿教育;2008;20;P42-45;

10.[期刊]

 名:网游成瘾大学生孤独感与认知情绪调节策略的关系

 者:赵璇,周珲,董光恒,彭润雨

 处:中国健康心理学杂志;2012;4;P617-619;

11.[期刊]

 名:你的孩子爱攀比吗

 者:董光恒

 处:幼儿教育;2005;24;P12-13;

12.[期刊]

 名:关于新课改中教师压力的调查研究

 者:刘磊,傅维利,董光恒

 处:教育研究与实验;2004;3;P64-68;

13.[期刊]

 名:幼儿约束性顺从研究的兴起与进展

 者:杨丽珠,董光恒

 处:应用心理学;2004;10;2;P43-47;

14.[期刊]

 名:大学生生死观量表的修订

 者:胡金生,中村俊哉,董光恒

 处:中国心理卫生杂志;2005;19;7;P38-40;

15.[期刊]

 名:社会技能障碍与大学生网络成瘾

 者:彭润雨,董光恒

 处:湖南师范大学教育科学学报;2010;5;P124-126;

16.[期刊]

 名:谈故事法在中小学德育中的价值及其应用

 者:关尔群,董光恒,李凤杰

 处:教育科学;2005;21;1;P44-46;

17.[期刊]

 名:认知情绪调节问卷中文版的应用

 者:董光恒,朱艳新,杨丽珠

 处:中国健康心理学杂志;2008;4;P456-458;

18.[期刊]

 名:多层迷走神经理论及其临床价值

 者:董光恒,杨丽珠

 处:中国健康心理学杂志;2008;16;3;P356-359;

19.[期刊]

 名:积极情绪和消极情绪的大脑反应差异研究综述

 者:杨丽珠,董光恒,金欣俐

 处:心理与行为研究;2007;3;P224-228;

20.[期刊]

 名:儿童对混合情绪理解的发展

 者:董光恒,杨丽珠

 处:辽宁师范大学学报(社会科学版);2007;30;1;P52-56;

21.[期刊]

 名:父亲,发挥你的独特作用

 者:邹萍,董光恒

 处:幼儿教育·家教版;2007;6;P8-9;

22.[期刊]

 名:35岁幼儿自我控制能力结构研究

 者:杨丽珠,董光恒

 处:复印报刊资料(心理学);2006;1;P44-50;

23.[期刊]

 名:关于新课改中教师压力的调查研究

 者:刘磊,傅维利,董光恒

 处:复印报刊资料(教育学);2004;9;P65-69;

24.[期刊]

 名:应用事件相关电位研究情绪调节:现状及特点

 者:朱艳新,董光恒,张可,付鸿彦

 处:中国组织工程研究与临床康复;2007;11;35;P7077-7080;

25.[期刊]

 名:玩具的奥秘

 者:刘闯,董光恒

 处:幼儿教育·家教版;2007;10;P34-37;

26.[期刊]

 名:一块西瓜VS两块西瓜

 者:刘闯,董光恒

 处:幼儿教育·家教版;2007;7;

27.[期刊]

 名:青少年不合群现象成因探析及教育对策

 者:董光恒,辛晓莲

 处:安徽教育;2006;2;P15-16;

28.[期刊]

 名:父母行为差异对儿童心理发展的作用

 者:董光恒,杨丽珠,邹萍

 处:幼儿教育(教育科学版);2006;10;P52-55;

29.[期刊]

 名:解读音乐密码-婴幼儿音乐智能的发展(一)

 者:刘闯,董光恒

 处:幼儿教育·父母孩子;2006;11;P26-29;

30.[期刊]

 名:解读音乐密码-婴幼儿音乐智能的发展(二)

 者:刘闯,董光恒

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 处:今日教育;2006;3;P40;

33.[期刊]

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 处:心里发展与教育;2005;

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35.[期刊]

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 者:杨丽珠,董光恒

 处:辽宁师范大学学报(社会科学版);2004;27;1;P39-42;

36.[期刊]

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 者:董光恒

 处:安徽教育;2003;14;P21-22;

37.[期刊]

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 处:安徽教育;2003;21;P23-24;

38.[期刊]

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 者:董光恒,郭俊汝

 处:社会心理科学;2003;18;4;P122-124;

 

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