“Baktash Babadi”

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IPM Positions

Non Resident Researcher, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2000 - 2006 )

Related Papers

1. B. Babadi
Bursting as an effective relay mode in a minimal thalamic model
Journal of Computational Neuroscience (2005), 229-243  [abstract]
2. B. Bahrami, R. Seyedsadjadi, B. Babadi and M. Noroozian
Brain Complexity Increases in Mania
Neuroreport 2 (2005), 187-191  [abstract]
3. B. Babadi
Stimulus transmission by tonic and burst responses in a minimal model of thalamic circuit
Neurocomputing 58-60 (2004), 7-12  [abstract]
4. 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)
[abstract]
5. B. babadi and S. Rouhani
Stimulus coding by tonic and burst thalamus: a modeling study
( In: CNS)
[abstract]
6. A. Yazdanbakhsh, B. Babadi, S. Rouhani, E. Arabzadeh and A.H. Abbasian
New attractor states for synchronous activity in synfire chains with excitatory and inhibitory coupling
BIOL CYBERN 86 (2002), 367-378  [abstract]
7. A. Yazdanbakhsh, E. Arabzadeh, B. Babadi and A. Fazl
Munker-White-Like Illusions without T-junctions
Perception 31 (2002), 711-715  [abstract]
8. B. Babadi, E. Arabzadeh, A. Yazdanbakhsh and s. Rouhani
Does the Conventional Leaky Integrate-and-Fire Neuron Synchronize Spikes in Multiple Firing Mode
( In: METMBS� 2001)
[abstract]
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