Guangheng Dong
Guangheng Dong
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Impulse inhibition in people with Internet addiction disorder: electrophysiological evidence from a Go/NoGo study
G Dong, Q Lu, H Zhou, X Zhao
Neuroscience letters 485 (2), 138-142, 2010
2702010
A cognitive-behavioral model of Internet gaming disorder: Theoretical underpinnings and clinical implications
G Dong, MN Potenza
Journal of psychiatric research 58, 7-11, 2014
2572014
Impaired inhibitory control in ‘internet addiction disorder’: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study
G Dong, EE DeVito, X Du, Z Cui
Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 203 (2-3), 153-158, 2012
2212012
Precursor or sequela: pathological disorders in people with Internet addiction disorder
G Dong, Q Lu, H Zhou, X Zhao
PloS one 6 (2), e14703, 2011
2172011
Enhanced reward sensitivity and decreased loss sensitivity in Internet addicts: an fMRI study during a guessing task
G Dong, J Huang, X Du
Journal of psychiatric research 45 (11), 1525-1529, 2011
1942011
Male Internet addicts show impaired executive control ability: evidence from a color-word Stroop task
G Dong, H Zhou, X Zhao
Neuroscience letters 499 (2), 114-118, 2011
1622011
Risk personality traits of Internet addiction: A longitudinal study of Internet‐addicted C hinese university students
G Dong, J Wang, X Yang, H Zhou
Asia‐Pacific Psychiatry 5 (4), 316-321, 2013
1152013
Reward/punishment sensitivities among internet addicts: implications for their addictive behaviors
G Dong, Y Hu, X Lin
Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 46, 139-145, 2013
1092013
What makes Internet addicts continue playing online even when faced by severe negative consequences? Possible explanations from an fMRI study
G Dong, Y Hu, X Lin, Q Lu
Biological psychology 94 (2), 282-289, 2013
1062013
Cognitive flexibility in internet addicts: fMRI evidence from difficult-to-easy and easy-to-difficult switching situations
G Dong, X Lin, H Zhou, Q Lu
Addictive Behaviors 39 (3), 677-683, 2014
1042014
Diffusion tensor imaging reveals thalamus and posterior cingulate cortex abnormalities in internet gaming addicts
G Dong, E DeVito, J Huang, X Du
Journal of psychiatric research 46 (9), 1212-1216, 2012
1022012
Alterations in regional homogeneity of resting-state brain activity in internet gaming addicts
G Dong, J Huang, X Du
Behavioral and Brain Functions 8 (1), 1-8, 2012
1002012
Decreased functional connectivity in an executive control network is related to impaired executive function in Internet gaming disorder
G Dong, X Lin, MN Potenza
Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 57, 76-85, 2015
952015
Abnormal gray matter and white matter volume in ‘Internet gaming addicts’
X Lin, G Dong, Q Wang, X Du
Addictive behaviors 40, 137-143, 2015
872015
Risk-taking and risky decision-making in Internet gaming disorder: Implications regarding online gaming in the setting of negative consequences
G Dong, MN Potenza
Journal of Psychiatric Research 73, 1-8, 2016
662016
Impaired risk evaluation in people with Internet gaming disorder: fMRI evidence from a probability discounting task
X Lin, H Zhou, G Dong, X Du
Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry 56, 142-148, 2015
662015
Impaired error-monitoring function in people with internet addiction disorder: an event-related fMRI study
G Dong, Y Shen, J Huang, X Du
European addiction research 19 (5), 269-275, 2013
632013
Gaming increases craving to gaming-related stimuli in individuals with Internet gaming disorder
G Dong, L Wang, X Du, MN Potenza
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 2 (5), 404-412, 2017
612017
Impaired decision‐making and impulse control in Internet gaming addicts: evidence from the comparison with recreational Internet game users
Y Wang, L Wu, L Wang, Y Zhang, X Du, G Dong
Addiction Biology 22 (6), 1610-1621, 2017
572017
Cognitive control and reward/loss processing in Internet gaming disorder: results from a comparison with recreational Internet game-users
G Dong, H Li, L Wang, MN Potenza
European Psychiatry 44, 30-38, 2017
532017
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