“Reza Lashgari”

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IPM Positions

Faculty Member , School of Cognitive Sciences
(2015 - 2015 )

Past IPM Positions

Non Resident Researcher, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2003 - 2005)

Non IPM Affiliations

Faculty Member of Neuroscience research center and Shahid Beheshti

Research Interests

We are interested in understanding how visual single and population neurons (LFP) reflect visual perception. We pursue this general goal by studying the response properties, neural functions, and mapping organizations of neurons through the visual cortical areas as well as the cortical layers in both awake and anaesthetized primates. We are also interested in understanding the neural circuits of spatial visual attention in area V1 of primates.

Related Papers

1. B. Taghizadeh, N. Foley, S. Karimimehr, M. Semework, . , S. Sheth, R. Lashgari and J. Gottlieb
Reward uncertainty asymmetrically affects information transmission within the monkey fronto-parietal network
Communications Biology 3 (2020),   [abstract]
2. P. Naghibirad, A. Shahroudi, H. Shabani, S. Ajami and R. Lashgari
Encoding Pleasant and Unpleasant Expression of the Architectural Window Shapes: An ERP Study
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience (2019), 1-10  [abstract]
3. M. Alikhani, R. Rahimabadi, H. Rahimi Nasrabadi, M. Zangane, V. Davoodnia and R. Lashgari
Neural adaptation in primary visual cortex of awake primates
( In: 1Sch. of Cognitive Sci., Inst. For Res. In Fundamental Sci., Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of)
[abstract]
4. A. Rahimabadi, M. Alikhani, V. Davoodnia, M. Zangane, H. Rahimi Nasrabadi and R. Lashgari
Method for analyzing neuronal response variability based on frequency response amplitude
( In: 1Sch. of Cognitive Sci., Inst. For Res. In Fundamental Sci., Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of)
[abstract]
5. . Khakpour-Taleghania, . Lashgari, . Aavani, . Haghparast, . Naderi and . Motamedib
The locus coeruleus involves in consolidation and memory retrieval, but not in acquisition of inhibitory avoidance learning task
BEHAV BRAIN RES 189 (2008), 257-262  [abstract]
6. E. Nooshinfar, R. Lashgari, A. Haghparast and S. Sajjadi
NMDA receptors are involved in Ginkgo extract-induced facilitation on memory retention of passive avoidance learning in rats
Neuroscience Letters 432 (2007), 206-11  [abstract]
7. M.R. Zarrindast, R. Lashgari, A. Rezayof, F. Motamedi and F. Nazari Serenjeh
NMDA receptors of dorsal hippocampus are involved in the acquisition, but not in the expression of morphine-induced place preference
EUR J PHARMACOL 568 (2007), 192-198  [abstract]
8. R. Lashgari, F. Motamedi, S.M. Noorbakhsh, S. Zahedi-Asl, A. Komaki, S. Shahidi and A. Haghparast
Assessing the long-term role of L-type voltage dependent calcium channel blocker verapamil on short-term presynaptic plasticity at dentate gyrus of hippocampus
Neuroscience Letters 415 (2007), 174-8  [abstract]
9. R. Lashgari, F. Motamedi, S.M. Noorbakhsh, S. Zahedi asl, S. Shahidi and A. Komaki
Assessing the long-term role of L-type voltage dependent calcium channel blocker verapamil on short-term presynaptic plasticity at dentate gyrus of hippocampus
(2006),   [abstract]
10. R. Lashgari, M.R. Zarrindast, F. Motamedi and A. Rezayof
Dorsal Hippocampal Glutamate Receptors are involved in Mediating Morphine Reward
55 (2006),   [abstract]
11. R. Lashgari, F. Motamedi, SZ. ASL and S. Shahidi
Effect of the Chronic Oral L-Type Voltage Dependent Calcium Channel Blocker Verapamil on the Paired Pulse Stimulation of Hippocampal Dentate Gyrus in Rats
23 (2006),   [abstract]
12. R. Lashgari, F. Motamedi, S. Zahedi Asl, S. Shahidi and A. Komaki
Behavioral and electrophysiological studies of chronic oral administration of L-type calcium channel blocker verapamil on learning and memory in rats
BEHAV BRAIN RES 171 (2006), 324-328  [abstract]
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