“Abdolmoein Esghaei”


IPM Positions

Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2024 - Present )

Past IPM Positions

Ph.D. Student, School of Cognitive Sciences
(2010 - 2016)

Research Interests

Selective attention in terms of Neuronal oscillations
Neural & Computational correlates of consciousness

Related Papers

1. M. Crayen, I. Kagan, M. Esghaei, D. Hoelhl, U. Thomas, R. Pruckl, S. Schaffelhofer and S. Treue
Using camera-guided electrode microdrive navigation for precise 3D targeting of macaque brain sites
PLOS ONE 19 (2024),   [abstract]
2. 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]
3. 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]
4. 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]
5. 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]
6. M. Esghaei and C. Xue
Does Correlated Firing Underlie Attention Deployment in Frontal Cortex?
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (2016), 1791-1793  [abstract]
7. 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]
Principal component model of neural activities in macaque area MT
( In: 2015-S-16242-SfN)
9. . Esghaei and M.R. Daliri
Decoding of Visual Attention from LFP Signals of Macaque MT
Plos One (2014),   [abstract]
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