DOI: 10.14704/nq.2018.16.5.1384

Driving Force of Housing Industrialization Based on Brain Cognitive Neuroscience

Chenghua Zhang, Jisheng Qiu, Xiao Guan, Piji Hou, Wei Huang


Originated from the 1990s, cognitive neuroscience is a new branch of science combining cognitive science and neuroscience. It has become a mainstream trend in the development of scientific research and has been widely used in many fields. The study of cognitive neuroscience is of great significance for human development. This study mainly deals with the issues of China’s housing industrialization based on the related theories of brain cognitive neuroscience through using factor analysis. The study finds that since China put forward housing industrialization officially in 1994, China’s housing industrialization has been developing very rapidly. Both the newly-started area of housing industrialization and the housing industrialization (main structure) output value have increased year by year. Through factor analysis, it is found that enterprises’ cognition of policies can be divided into five dimensions: policy understanding, policy evaluation, evaluation of policy competent departments, satisfaction of policy implementation, and damage to corporate interests, and the cross-correlation between dimensions is not serious. At the same time, the enterprises’ evaluation of policies is the most important factor affecting cognition degree.


Cognitive Neuroscience, Factor Analysis, Housing Industrialization, Driving Force of Participation

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