“Mohammad Ali Khoshnoodi”

Tel:  8969630

IPM Positions

Non Resident Researcher, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2003 - 2006 )

Research Interests

- Motor planning and learning - Cognitive motor behavior - Parkinson''s disease: Pathophysiology, Electrophysiological study, Cognitive research

Research Activities

we investigate the electrophysiological properties of thalamic cells activity during functional stereotactic surgery. We also investigate motor learning and planning by psychophysical approach

Related Papers

1. . Lak, . Omrani, MA. Khoshnoodi, AH. Abbasian and ME. Diamond
Feedback in a vibrotactile frequency discrimination task alters sensitivity
( In: 38th annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN), Nov 2008, Washington, USA)
2. M.A. Khoshnoodi, R. Motiei-langroudi, M. omrani, Mathew E.. Diamond and A.. Abbasian
Effect of tactile stimulus frequency on time perception: the role of working memory
Experimental Brain Research 185 (2007), 623-633  [abstract]
3. R. Motiei Langroudi, M. Omrani, M.A. Khoshnoodi, F. Ghaderi Pakdel, E. Yazdanpanah and A. Abbasian
Independent coding of movement duration in a repetitive non-visually guided movement
SOMATOSENS MOT RES 23 (2006), 19-24  [abstract]
4. M.A. Khoshoodi, R. Motiei Langroudi, M. Omrani, F. Ghaderi Pakdel and A. Abbasian
Kinesthetic Memory in Distance Reproduction Task: Importance of Initial Hand Position Information
Experimental Brain Research 97 (2005), 276-281  [abstract]
5. M. Omrani, M.A. Khoshnoodi, P. Pakarian, A. Abbasian and S. Shahzadi
Resistance of Peripheral and Sub-Cortical Somatosensory pathway to Electrical Noise
SOMATOSENS MOT RES 21 (2004), 155-158  [abstract]
6. M. Omrani, M.A. khoshnoodi and F. Ghaderi Pakdel
Role of Time as an Allocentric Cue in Kinesthetic Learning and Planning
( In: NCM)
7. M.A. Khoshnoodi, M. Omrani, R. Motii, F. Ghaderi Pakdel and A.H. Abbasian
Importance of Initial Hand Position in Implementation of Kinesthetic Memory
( In: NCM)
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