“Mohsen Omrani”

Tel:  2368778
Email: 

IPM Positions

Non Resident Researcher, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2001 - 2007 )

Related Papers

1. M. Omrani, A. Lak and M. Diamond
Learning not to feel: reshaping the resolution of tactile perception
Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience 7 (2013), 1-13  [abstract]
2. . 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)
[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)
[abstract]
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)
[abstract]
8. A. Abbasian, S. Shahzadi, P. Pakarian and M. Omrani
Tactile Discrimination Task Disturbed by Neither Median Nerve Stimulation Nor Parkinson's Disease
( In: Experimental Neurobiology)
[abstract]
[Back]   
Clients Logo
Clients Logo
Clients Logo
Clients Logo
Clients Logo
Clients Logo
Clients Logo
Clients Logo
scroll left or right