“Bahador Bahrami”

Tel:  +9821-2294035
Fax:  +9821-2280352

IPM Positions

Non Resident Researcher, School of Cognitive Sciences
(1988 - 2005 )

Research Interests

Visual Cognition: Attention, Temporal aspects of motion processing, Multiple

Research Activities

My research activities are focused on two main questions: 1- Are motion localization errors (flashlag effect, frohlich effect,...)phenomena (e.g., attention) on could they be a more by-product of feed-forward and lateral interactions in the lower levels of processing? 2- To what extent could the contribution of visual working memory and visual attention be seperated from one-another in change detection paragigms?

Present Research Project at IPM

Position computer by stationary objects: low-level aspects of localization errors in vision

More Information

Prospective PhD student (Due to start in Sept. at NYU)

Related Papers

1. S. Seyed-Allaei, Z. Nasiri Avanaki, B. Bahrami and T. Shallice
Major Thought Restructuring: the roles of different prefrontal cortical regions
Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience 7 (2017), 1147-1161  [abstract]
2. A. Mahmoudi, D. Bang, K. Olsen, Y. Aimee Zhao, Z. Shi, K. Broberg, S. Safavi, S. Han, M. Niliahmadabadi, C. Frith, A. Roepstorff, G. Rees and B. Bahrami
Equality bias impairs collective decision-making across cultures
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (2015), 3835-3840  [abstract]
3. B. Bahrami, R. Seyedsadjadi, B. Babadi and M. Noroozian
Brain Complexity Increases in Mania
Neuroreport 2 (2005), 187-191  [abstract]
4. B. Bahrami
Position capture by stationary objects: implications for Fr�hlich effect
( In: Ecovision Workshop)
5. R. Seyed Sajjadi, B. Babadi, B. Bahrami and M. Nowroozian
Mania Increases Brain Complexity: A Quantitative EEG Analysis
( In: Oral presentation at the International Congress of Medical Students)
6. B. Bahrami
Object Property Encoding and Change Blindness in Multiple Object Tracking
Visual Cognition 10 (2003), 949-963  [abstract]
7. S. Shahab, M. Ghorashi, B. Bahrami, E. Eich and V. Di Lollo
Contingent capture does not require spatial shifts in attentional focus
( In: 43rd annual meeting of the Psychonomic Society Kansas City)
8. B. Bahrami and R. Rajimehr
The role of feature-dependent backward masking in perceptual asynchrony
( In: ECVP)
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