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    Emotional Processing is Enhanced in Peri-Hand Space.Feng Du, Xiaotao Wang, Richard A. Abrams & Kan Zhang - 2017 - Cognition 165 (C):39-44.
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    Family Resource Dilution in Expanded Families and the Empowerment of Married Only Daughters: Evidence From the Educational Investment in Children in Urban China.Xiaotao Wang & Xiaotian Feng - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    The One-Child Policy dramatically changed the Chinese family structure, and the literature indicates that only children may have an advantage in terms of family resource dilution. Moreover, as Chinese families traditionally prioritize investing in sons, only daughters are found to have been empowered by the policy because they did not need to compete with their brothers for parental investment. However, the literature is limited to only teenage children when they were still living in their parents' homes. It is unclear whether—when (...)
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    Enhancing Chinese EFL Students’ Academic Engagement: The Impact of L2 Enjoyment and Academic Motivation.Xiaotao Wang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Students’ personal, emotional, and psychological traits are perceived to be highly influential in their academic engagement; therefore, many investigations have been conducted into the role of students’ characteristics in their level of engagement. Yet, the role of L2 enjoyment and academic motivation as two instances of students’ emotional traits was disregarded. To narrow this gap, this article aimed to assess the effects of these two constructs on Chinese EFL students’ academic engagement. To accomplish this, three pre-designed scales were virtually administered (...)
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