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IPM
30
YEARS OLD

“Mohammad Reza Daliri”

Email: 

IPM Positions

Resident Researcher, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2011 - Present )

Related Papers

1. M. Khamechian and M. Daliri
Decoding Adaptive Visuomotor Behavior Mediated by Non-linear Phase Coupling in Macaque Area MT
Frontiers in Neuroscience (2020), 1-16  [abstract]
2. V. Kozyrev, M. Daliri, P. Schwedhelm and S. Treue
Strategic deployment of feature-based attentional gain in primate visual cortex
Plos Biology (2019), 1-18  [abstract]
3. M. Khamechian, V. Kozyrev, S. Treue, M. Esghaei and M. Daliri
Routing information flow by separate neural synchrony frequencies allows for
PNAS 116 (2019), 12506-12515  [abstract]
4. M. Zarei, M. Jahed and M. Daliri
Introducing a Comprehensive Framework to Measure Spike-LFP Coupling
Frontiers in Computational Neuroscience 12 (2018), 1-11  [abstract]
5. M. Parto Dezfouli, M. Khamechian, S. Treue, M. Esghaei and M. Daliri
Neural Activity Predicts Reaction in Primates Long Before a Behavioral Response
Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience 12 (2018), 1-11  [abstract]
6. M. Esghaei, M. Daliri and S. Treue
Attention decouples action potentials from the phase of local field potentials in macaque visual cortical area MT
BMC Biology (2018), 1-13  [abstract]
7. Z. Bahmani, M.R. Daliri, Y. Merrikhi, K. Clark and B. Noudoost
Working Memory Enhances Cortical Representations via Spatially Specific Coordination of Spike Times
Neuron 97 (2018), 967-979  [abstract]
8. B. Parhizi, M.R. Daliri and M. Behroozi
Decoding the different states of visual attention using functional and effective connectivity features in fMRI data
Cognitive Neurodynamics (2017),   [abstract]
9. M. Esghaei, M.R. Daliri and S. Treue
Local field potentials are induced by visually evoked spiking activity in macaque cortical area MT
Scientific Reports 7 (2017), 1-11  [abstract]
10. Z. Bahmani Dehkordi, Y. Merrikhi, K. Clark, M. Daliri and B. Noudoost
Maintenance of spatial information enhances visual processing via phase modulation of ongoing brain rhythms
( In: SFN 2017)
[abstract]
11. M. Daliri, V. Kozyrev and S. Treue
Attention enhances stimulus representations in macaque visual cortex without affecting their signal-to-noise level
Scientific Reports (2016), 1-9  [abstract]
12. Z. Bahmani, M.R. Daliri, Y. Merrikhi, M. Parsa and B. Nodoost
Maintenance of spatial information modulates beta rhythms within MT cortex
( In: Society for Neuroscience conference (SFN) 2016)
[abstract]
13. Z. Bahmani Dehkordi, M. Daliri, Y. Merrikhi, M. Parsa and B. Noudoost
Maintenance of spatial information modulates beta rhythms within MT cortex
( In: 2016­-S-­8148-­SfN)
[abstract]
14. Z. Bahmani, M. Etemadi, M.R. Daliri, R. Liu and S. Treu
The Role of Neural Synchrony and Oscillations in Feature-Based Attention in the Primary Visual Cortex of the Macaque Monkey
( In: 11th Goettingen meeting of the German neuroscience society, March 2015)
[abstract]
15. SN. Miri Ashtiani, M.R. Daliri, H. Behnam, GA. Hossein-Zadeh and M. Mehrpour
Cognitive Functional Connectivity Analysis of Early MS Patients Using Graph Theory
( In: 4th basic and clinical neuroscience congress 2015)
[abstract]
16. H. Zanganeh Momtaz and M.R. Daliri
Predicting the eye fixation locations in the gray scale images in the visual scenes with different semantic contents
Cognitive Neurodynamics (2015), 1-16  [abstract]
17. Z. Seif and M.R. Daliri
Evaluation of local field potential signals in decoding of visual attention
Cognitive Neurodynamics 9 (2015), 509-522  [abstract]
18. M. Behroozi, M.R. Daliri and B. Shekarchi
EEG phase patterns reflect the representation of semantic categories of objects
Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing (2015), 1-17  [abstract]
19. H. Zanganeh Momtaz and M.R. Daliri
Differences of eye movement pattern in natural and man-made scenes and image categorization with the help of these patterns
Journal of Integrative Neuroscience 14 (2015), 1-18  [abstract]
20. M. Esghaei, M.R. Daliri and S. Treue
Attention Decreases Phase-Amplitude Coupling, Enhancing Stimulus Discriminability in Cortical Area MT
Frontiers in Neural Circuits 9 (2015), 1-8  [abstract]
21. M. SARAF, K. MABOUDI, M. ESGHAEI and M. DALIRI
Principal component model of neural activities in macaque area MT
( In: 2015-S-16242-SfN)
[abstract]
22. M. Behrouzi, M.R. Daliri and B. Shekarchi
EEG phase patterns reflect the representation of semantic categories of objects
Medical & Biological Engineering & Computing (2015), 1-17  [abstract]
23. Z. Seif and M.R. Daliri
Evaluation of local field potential signals in decoding of visual attention
Cognitive Neurodynamics 9 (2015), 1-14  [abstract]
24. M. Behroozi and M.R. Daliri
Predicting brain states associated with object categories from fMRI data
Journal of Integrative Neuroscience 13 (2014), 1-23  [abstract]
25. . Esghaei and M.R. Daliri
Decoding of Visual Attention from LFP Signals of Macaque MT
Plos One (2014),   [abstract]
26. M. Taghizadeh-Sarabi, M. Daliri and K. Salehzadeh Niksirat
Decoding Objects of Basic Categories from Electroencephalographic Signals Using Wavelet Transform and Support Vector Machines
Brain Topogr (2014),   [abstract]
27. M. Behroozi and M.R. Daliri
RDLPFC area of the brain encodes sentence polarity: a study using fMRI
Brain Imaging and Behavior (2014), 1-12  [abstract]
28. M.R. Daliri and M. Behroozi
Decoding the human cognitive states related to the negative and positive sentences: study using fMRI
( In: 2nd Neuroscience conference, December 18-20, 2013)
[abstract]
29. S. Tabrik, M.R. Daliri and M. Behroozi
White Matter lesions detection in MR images using Fuzzy Algorithms
( In: 2nd Neuroscience conference, December 18-20, 2013)
[abstract]
30. S. Tabrik, M.R. Daliri and M. Behroozi
Predict the gender of speakers using cepstrum analysis and supporte vector machine
( In: 2nd Neuroscience conference, December 18-20, 2013)
[abstract]
31. M.R. Daliri and M. Saraf Yazd
A bayesian framework for face recognition
International Journal of Innovative Computing, Information and Control 8 (2012), 1-13  [abstract]
32. M.R. Daliri
Predicting the cognitive states of the subjects in functional magnetic resonance imaging signals using the combination of feature selection strategies
Brain Topogr 25 (2012), 129-135  [abstract]
33. M.R. Daliri, M. Sarraf and S. TREUE
Decoding the spatial attention state from local field potentials in area MT of macaque monkeys
( In: Neuroscience, 2011)
[abstract]
34. . Daliri, V. Kozyrev and S. Treue
An attentional modulation in area MT in the macaque that is consistent with the feature similarity gain model but not the biased competition model of attention
( In: The 40th Annual Meeting Neuroscience 2010, San Diego, 2010 Online)
[abstract]
35. L. Busse, . Daliri, S. Katzner and S. Treue
Stimulus strength modulates correlations of local neuronal populations in macaque area MT
( In: The 40th Annual Meeting Neuroscience 2010, San Diego, 2010 Online)
[abstract]
36. M.R. Daliri and V. Torre
Shape recognition based on kernel-edit distance
Computer Vision 114 (2010), 1097-1103  [abstract]
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