“Ali Ghazizadeh”

Home Page:  www.ghazizadehlab.org

IPM Positions

Head, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2018 - Present )

Related Papers

1. M. Abbaszadeh, A. Panjehpour , S.M. Alemohammad, A. Ghavampour and A. Ghazizadeh
Prefrontal cortex encodes value pop-out in visual search
iScience 26 (2023),   [abstract]
2. T. Attary, L. Noorbala and A. Ghazizadeh
The Covid-19 pandemic had polarizing effects on trait scores depending on a person's resilience and predispositions: A longitudinal prospective study
Heliyon 9 (2023),   [abstract]
3. M. Nadian, S. Farmani and A. Ghazizadeh
A novel methodology for exact targeting of human and non-human primate brain structures and skull implants using atlas-based 3D reconstruction
ScienceDirect 391 (2023),   [abstract]
4. A. Narmashiri, M. Abbaszadeh and A. Ghazizadeh
The effects of 1-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine (MPTP) on the cognitive and motor functions in rodents: A systematic review and meta-analysis
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 140 (2022),   [abstract]
5. M. Pakravan, M. Abbaszadeh and A. Ghazizadeh
Coordinated multivoxel coding beyond univariate effects is not likely to be observable in fMRI data
NeuroImage 247 (2022),   [abstract]
6. T. Attary and A. Ghazizadeh
Localizing sensory processing sensitivity and its subdomains within its relevant trait space: a data-driven approach
Scientific Reports 11 (2021),   [abstract]
7. A. Ghazizadeh and O. Hikosaka
Common coding of expected value and value uncertainty memories in the prefrontal cortex and basal ganglia output
Science Advances 7 (2021),   [abstract]
8. A. Ghazizadeh and F. Ambroggi
Optimal Binning of Peri-Event Time Histograms Using Akaike Information Criterion
bioRxiv (Preprint) [abstract]
9. A. Ghazizadeh, M. Fakharian, A. Amini, W. Griggs, D. Leopold and O. Hikosaka
Brain networks sensitive to object novelty, value, and their combination
Cerebral Cortex (2020), 1-48  [abstract]
10. A. Daneshi, H. Azarnoush, F. Towhidkhah, A. Gohari and A. Ghazizadeh
Drift-diffusion explains response variability and capacity for tracking objects
Scientific Reports 9 (2019), 1-15  [abstract]
11. A. Ghazizadeh, S. Hong and O. Hikosaka
Prefrontal Cortex Represents Long-Term Memory of Object Values for Months
Current Biology 28 (2018), 2206-2217  [abstract]
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