“Shahin Nasr”

Tel:  0912 5330701
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IPM Positions

Ph.D. Student, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2004 - 2009 )

Research Interests

Visual Working memory, psychophysics

Research Activities

I am working on investigating different aspects of visual working memory e.g. its capacity, performance and how we can control it

Related Papers

1. S. Nasr
Sensitivity of event-related brain potentials to task rules
Atten Percept Psychophys 74 (2012), 1343-1354  [abstract]
2. S. Nasr
Differential impact of attention on the early and late categorization related human brain potentials
Vision 10 (2010), 1-18  [abstract]
3. S. Nasr and H. Esteky
A study of N250 event-related brain potential during face and non-face detection tasks
Vision 5 (2009), 1-14  [abstract]
4. S. Nasr and H. Esteky
Task-dependent modulation of face specific brain potentials
( In: Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C)
[abstract]
5. S. Nasr, M. Sanayei and H. Esteky
Comparing neuronal substrates of identity and category discrimination: An ERP study
( In: Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C)
[abstract]
6. S. Nasr and T. Roostaee
Face Familiarity Affects Memory Recall Dependency on Encoding and Presentation Times
( In: European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), Utrecht, Netherland)
[abstract]
7. S. Nasr, A. moeeny and H. Esteky
Neural Correlate of Filtration of Irrelevant Information from Visual Working Memory but not in acquisition of inhibitory avoidance learning task
Plos One 3 (2008), 1-10  [abstract]
8. S. Nasr and H. Esteky
Impact of Backward Masking on Visual Object Categorization
( In: Annual Meeting of Japanese Neuroscience Society (JNS), Kyoto, Japan)
[abstract]
9. M. Barekatain, M. Sanayei and . Nasr
Motion Discrimination in Acute Mania: A Decision-Making Study
( In: European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP), St. Pittsburg, Russia)
[abstract]
10. S. Nasr and H. Esteky
Unitary architecture of attention in visual working memory
( In: Object Perception, Attention and Memory (OPAM), Toronto, Canada)
[abstract]
11. S. Nasr and H. Esteky
Information about the sequence of presentation does not reduce the visual working memory capacity
( In: European Conference on Visual Perception, A Coruna, Spain)
[abstract]
12. Sh. Nasr and H. Esteky
Information about the Sequence of Presentation does not Reduce Visual Working Memory Capacity
( In: European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP))
[abstract]
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