“Maryam Vaziri Pashkam”

Tel:  +9821-6442272
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IPM Positions

Non Resident Researcher, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2000 - 2004 )

Research Interests

System Neuroscience - Vision - Motion Perception - Attention

Research Activities

3 published papers on Psychophysics Some abstracts Reading on System Neurosciences mostly visual neurosciences

Present Research Project at IPM

Exploring the MIO Effect

Related Papers

1. M. Abbas-Zadeh, G. Hossein-Zadeh and M. Vaziri
Effect of time pressure and task order predictability on dual task interference in a simulated driving paradigm
( In: 40th European Conference on Visual Perception ECVP 2017, 27-31 August 2017, Berlin, Germany)
[abstract]
2. R. Shafaei, Z. Bahmani, V. Safari, M. Vaziri and B. Bahrami
How Does Intimacy Affect Social Simon Effect?
( In: accepted to FENS Fall Brain Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 5-8 October 2014)
[abstract]
3. B. Noudoost, S.R. Afraz, M. Vaziri Pashkam and H. Esteky
Visual Spatial Integrity in the Absence of Splenium
Brain Research 1076 (2006), 177-186  [abstract]
4. M. Vaziri Pashkam, S.R. Afraz, R. Kiani and H. Esteky
Motion-induced overestimation
( In: European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP))
[abstract]
5. B. Noudoost, S.R. Afraz, M. Vaziri pashkam and H. Esteky
Visual object tracking across hemifields in a split-brain patient
( In: European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP))
[abstract]
6. S.R. Afraz, M. Vaziri pashkam, R. Kiani and H. Esteky
Motion induced overestimation of the number of items in a display
Perception 33 (2004), 915-925  [abstract]
7. R. Rajimehr, M. Vaziri pashkam, S.R. Afraz and H. Esteky
Adaptation to apparent motion in crowding condition
Vision Research (2004), 925-931  [abstract]
8. S.R. Afraz, L. Montaser Kouhsari, M. Vaziri Pashkam and F. Moradi
Interhemispheric visual interaction in a patient with posterior callosectomy
Neuropsychologia 41 (2003), 597-604  [abstract]
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