Xinqi Zhou(Stephen)


Phone: 13086663735

Email: xinqizhou.uestc@outlook.com

Address: Chengdu

                                                                    

RI

Social Cognition and Addiction

 

EDUCATION

09/2017-Present‚ University of Electronic Science and Technology of China‚ Biomedical Engineering‚ Doctor

09/2014-06/2017‚ Southwest University‚ Cognitive Neuroscience‚ Master

09/2009-06/2013‚ Taiyuan University of Science and Technology‚ Applied Psychology‚ Bachelor

 

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Presided:

1) A psychology behavior experiment: mind wandering.

2) An fMRI experimental study: The influence of sleep deprivation on mind wandering.

 

Participated in:

1) The EEG/fMRI synchronization experiment: sleep.

2) The ERP experiment: mind wandering and meditation.

3) The eye movement/EEG synchronization experiment: the influence of meditation on mind wandering.

4) The PSG sleep monitoring

 

 

SKILLS

1) Proficient in specialized software: Microsoft Office, SPSS, E-Prime, Endnote, etc.

2) Familiar with normal psychology laboratory techniques.

3) The fMRI data analysis toolbox: SPM/DPABI/REST/CONN/BrainNet Viewer, etc.

4) Can roughly use GIFT and Matlab.

5) CET-6

6) Psychological consultant at the second level of China

 

 

PUBLICATIONS

Fei Xin, Feng Zhou, Xinqi Zhou, Xiaole Ma, Yayuan Geng, Weihua Zhao, Shuxia Yao, Debo Dong, Bharat Biswal, Keith Kendrick, Benjamin Becker., (2018) Oxytocin modulates the intrinsic dynamics between attention-related large scale networks. bioRxiv: https://doi.org/10.1101/371971

 

Xinqi Zhou, Xu Lei., (2018) Wandering Minds with Wandering Brain Networks. Neuroscience Bulletin. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12264-018-0278-7.

 

Xinqi Zhou, Taoyu Wu, Jing Yu, Xu Lei., (2016) Sleep deprivation make young’s brain like elderly: alarge scale brain networks study. Brain Connectivity DOI: 10.1089/brain.2016.0452

 

CONFERENCES

Xinqi Zhou, Hong Yuan, Jing Yu, Xu Lei. The new balance of within- vs. between-system connectivity after sleep deprivation. 22nd Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM2016) June 26-30, 2016, Geneva, Switzerland

 

Xiaojuan Dong, Xinqi Zhou, Hong Yuan, Jing Yu, Xu Lei. Rest as in task: aberrant resting-state functional network connectivity in insomnia disorder. 9th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Sleep Research Society May 27-29, 2016, Shanghai, China