Maryam Vaziri Pashkam

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Visual Perception
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Parents

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Patrick Cavanagh grad student 2006-2011 Harvard
 (Speed perception and action at low luminance.)
Leslie Ungerleider post-doc 2017- National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)

Children

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Sarah Cormiea research assistant 2014-2016 Harvard (PsychTree)

Collaborators

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Asieh Zadbood collaborator IPM
Arash (Seyed Reza) Afraz collaborator 2000- IPM, Tehran, Iran
Zahra Basseda collaborator 2000- TUMS
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Vaziri-Pashkam M, Xu Y. (2015) Object Representations In Human Parietal And Occipito-Temporal Cortices: Similarities And Differences. Journal of Vision. 15: 374
Cormiea S, Vaziri-Pashkam M, Nakayama K. (2015) Unconscious perception of an opponent's goal. Journal of Vision. 15: 43
Garrido L, Vaziri-Pashkam M, Nakayama K, et al. (2013) The consequences of subtracting the mean pattern in fMRI multivariate correlation analyses. Frontiers in Neuroscience. 7: 174
Vaziri-Pashkam M, Cavanagh P. (2011) Effect of speed overestimation on flash-lag effect at low luminance. I-Perception. 2: 1063-75
Holcombe AO, Linares D, Vaziri-Pashkam M. (2011) Perceiving spatial relations via attentional tracking and shifting. Current Biology : Cb. 21: 1135-9
Afraz A, Pashkam MV, Cavanagh P. (2010) Spatial heterogeneity in the perception of face and form attributes. Current Biology : Cb. 20: 2112-6
Vaziri-Pashkam M, Cavanagh P. (2008) Apparent speed increases at low luminance. Journal of Vision. 8: 9.1-12
Noudoost B, Afraz SR, Vaziri-Pashkam M, et al. (2006) Visual spatial integrity in the absence of splenium. Brain Research. 1076: 177-86
Afraz SR, Kiani R, Vaziri-Pashkam M, et al. (2004) Motion-induced overestimation of the number of items in a display. Perception. 33: 915-25
Rajimehr R, Vaziri-Pashkam M, Afraz SR, et al. (2004) Adaptation to apparent motion in crowding condition. Vision Research. 44: 925-31
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