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“Papers of School of Cognitive Sciences”

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1. M. Khamechian and M. Daliri,
Decoding Adaptive Visuomotor Behavior Mediated by Non-linear Phase Coupling in Macaque Area MT,
Frontiers in Neuroscience (2020), 1-16  [abstract]

   2. K. Akbarzadeh-Sherbaf, S. Safari and A. Vahabie,
A Digital Hardware Implementation of Spiking Neural Networks with Binary FORCE Training,
Neurocomputing (2020), 1-63  [abstract]

   3. m. Allegra, S. Seyed-Allaei, N. Schuck, D. Amati, A. Laio and C. Reverberi,
Brain network dynamics during spontaneous strategy shifts and incremental task optimization,
NeuroImage (2020), 1-45  [abstract]

   4. E. Bolhasani, Y. Azizi, D. Abdollahpour, J. Amjad and M. Perc,
Control of dynamics via identical time-lagged stochastic inputs,
Chaos 30(2020), 1-14  [abstract]

   5. A. Sarabi-Jamab and Babak. Nadjar Arabi,
An information-based approach to handle various types of uncertainty in fuzzy bodies of evidence,
Plos One (2020), 1-13  [abstract]

   6. L. Khatami, V. Safari and F. Motamedi,
Temporary inactivation of interpeduncular nucleus impairs long but not short term plasticity in the perforant-path dentate gyrus synapses in rats,
Behavioural Brain Research 337(2020),   [abstract]

   7. V. Malekian, A. Moghaddam, A. Akhavan and GH. Hossein-Zadeh,
Efficient de-noising of high-resolution fMRI using local and sub-band information,
Journal of Neuroscience Methods 331(2020), 1-10  [abstract]

   8. A. Sajedin, M.B. Menhaj, A.H. Vahabie, S. Panzeri and H. Esteky,
Cholinergic Modulation Promotes Attentional Modulation in Primary Visual Cortex- A Modeling Study,
Scientific Reports (2019), 1-18  [abstract]

   9. A. MohammadKhani, J. Fragale, C. Pantazis, H. Bowrey, M. James and G. Jones,
Orexin-1 Receptor Signaling in Ventral Pallidum Regulates Motivation for the Opioid Remifentanil,
Neurobiology of Disease (2019), 9831-9840  [abstract]

   10. A. MohammadKhani, M. James, C. Pantazis and G. Aston-Jones,
Persistent effects of the orexin-1 receptor antagonist SB-334867 on motivation for the fast acting opioid remifentanil,
Brain Research (2019),   [abstract]

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