Conference abstracts:

  • M. Zarei, M. R. Daliri, M. Jahed, S. Treue, M. Esghaei. Coupling of Action Potentials in Primate Visual Cortex to Low Frequency Local Field Potentials. Goettingen, Germany: 12th Goettingen meeting of the German Neuroscience Society, 2017.


  • F. Zareayan, P. Schwedhelm, M. Parto, M.R. Daliri, M. Esghaei, S. Treue, Neural Representation of Color in Prefrontal Cortex of the Macaque Monkey, Copenhagen, Denmark: FENS Forum of Neuroscience Conference, 2016.


  • M. Saraf, K. Maboudi, M. Esghaei, M.R. Daliri, Principal Component Model of Neural Activities in Macaque Area MT, 2015 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Chicago: Society for Neuroscience, 2015.


  • Maboudi, M. Esghaei, M.R. Daliri. The Role of Low Frequency Oscillations in Attentional Modulation in Area MT. Program No. 263.02. 2014 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2014. Online.


  • Esghaei, B. Khalighinejad, M.R. Daliri, Normalization and Correction of Phase-Amplitude Coupling (PAC) in Field Potential Signals, Goettingen, Germany: Bernstein Conference, 2014.


  • Khalighinejad, M. Esghaei, M.R. Daliri, Enhancing the Measurement of Phase-Amplitude Coupling (PAC) for Brain Signals, Tehran, Iran: Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Congress, 2013.


  • Zanganeh, M.R. Daliri, M. Behroozi, Predicting the Object Category Using Brain Activities Obtained from fMRI Signals, Tehran, Iran: Iranian Conference on Electrical Engineering, 2013.


  • Behroozi, M.R. Daliri, Image Categorization Based on Extracted Features of the Location of Eye Fixation Points, Tehran, Iran: Iranian Conference on Biomedical Engineering, 2013.


  • Tabrik, M.R. Daliri, M. Behroozi, Predict the Gender of Speakers Using Spectrum Analysis and Support Vector Machine, Tehran, Iran: Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Congress, 2013.


  • Tabrik, M.R. Daliri, M. Behroozi, White Matter Lesion Detection in MR Images Using Fuzzy Algorithms, Tehran, Iran: Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Congress, 2013.


  • Saraf, H. Azami, M.R. Daliri, S. Sanei, The Brain’s Neural Classifiers Considering Both the Posterior Probabilities and Generalities to Control the Mechanism Underlying Decision Making; an Evidence for Computational Bayesian Classifiers, Mashhad, Iran: International eConference on Computer and Knowledge Engineering, 2013.


  • Esghaei, M. Saraf, S. Treue, L. Busse, M.R. Daliri. Attentional Modulation of Spike-Phase Coupling in the LFP Theta Band in Area MT of Macaque Visual Cortex. Program No. 913.11. 2012 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. New Orleans, LA: Society for Neuroscience, 2012. Online.


  • Behroozi, M.R. Daliri, Decoding the Human Cognitive States Related to the Negative and Positive Sentences: Study Using fMRI, Tehran, Iran: Iranian Conference on Biomedical Engineering, 2012.


  • Behroozi, M.R. Daliri, Software Tools for functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Tehran, Iran: Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Congress, 2012.


  • Behroozi, M.R. Daliri, Statistical Analysis Methods for the fMRI Data, Tehran, Iran: Basic and Clinical Neuroscience Congress, 2011.


  • M. R. Daliri, M. Saraf, S. Treue, Decoding the Spatial Attention State from Local Field Potentials in Area MT of Macaque Monkeys. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2011.

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