“Sareh Zendehrouh Kermani”


IPM Positions

Resident Researcher, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2019 - Present )

Past IPM Positions

PostDoctoral Associate, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2016 - 2019)

Research Activities

I am working with Prof. Majid Nili. In our project, we investigate what heuristics humans use to solve complex decision problems and how these heuristics may be affected by learning from others. Our approach combines behavioral experiments, computational modeling, and machine learning algorithms. My background is Biomedical engineering (Bioelectrics). I received My Ph.D., MSc, and BSc degrees from Amirkabir University of Technology.

Related Papers

1. S. Zendehrouh and M. Nili Ahmadabadi
Individually irrational pruning is essential for ecological rationality in a social context
Cognitive Psychology 118 (2020),   [abstract]
2. Z. Aram, S. Jafari, J. Ma, J. Sprott, S. Zendehrouh and VT. Pham
Using chaotic artificial neural networks to model memory in the brain
44 (2017), 449-459  [abstract]
3. S. Zendehrouh, S. Gharibzadeh and F. Towhidkhah
The role of time in conflict-triggered control: Extending the theory of response-conflict monitoring
Neuroscience Letters (2016), 110-114  [abstract]
4. S. Zendehrouh
A new computational account of cognitive control over reinforcement-based decision-making: Modeling of a probabilistic learning task
Neural Networks (2015), 112-123  [abstract]
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