2014 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
Roozbeh Kiani spends much of his time researching Cognitive psychology, Motion perception, Communication, Perception and Neuroscience. His Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Stimulus, Certainty, Social psychology and Cognition. Roozbeh Kiani works mostly in the field of Stimulus, limiting it down to topics relating to Posterior parietal cortex and, in certain cases, Sensory system and Psychophysics, as a part of the same area of interest.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Stochastic process, Probabilistic logic, Correlation and Point process. The various areas that Roozbeh Kiani examines in his Communication study include Object, Statistics, Models of neural computation and Primate. His Perception study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Motion, Functional imaging and Eye movement.
His primary scientific interests are in Cognitive psychology, Neuroscience, Artificial intelligence, Perception and Stimulus. In his study, Psychometric function is strongly linked to Adaptation, which falls under the umbrella field of Cognitive psychology. Roozbeh Kiani focuses mostly in the field of Artificial intelligence, narrowing it down to topics relating to Pattern recognition and, in certain cases, Categorization.
As a member of one scientific family, Roozbeh Kiani mostly works in the field of Perception, focusing on Posterior parietal cortex and, on occasion, Motion perception and Parietal lobe. His work in Motion perception addresses subjects such as Communication, which are connected to disciplines such as Correlation, Stochastic process and Conditional expectation. His studies deal with areas such as Representation, Gyrus, Prefrontal cortex and Speech recognition as well as Stimulus.
His primary areas of investigation include Perception, Stimulus, Encoding, Artificial intelligence and Prefrontal cortex. Roozbeh Kiani combines subjects such as Cognitive science and Bayesian inference with his study of Perception. His Stimulus study frequently links to related topics such as Representation.
The concepts of his Representation study are interwoven with issues in Geometry, State space, Posterior parietal cortex and Eye movement. His Artificial intelligence study combines topics in areas such as Biological neural network, Decoding methods and Pattern recognition. His study in Cognitive psychology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Episodic memory, Semantic memory and Task.
Stimulus, Control, Cognition, Human–computer interaction and Computational model are his primary areas of study. His Stimulus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Representation, Geometry, State space, Eye movement and Posterior parietal cortex. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Control and Psychophysics.
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Matching Categorical Object Representations in Inferior Temporal Cortex of Man and Monkey
Nikolaus Kriegeskorte;Marieke Mur;Marieke Mur;Douglas A. Ruff;Roozbeh Kiani.
Representation of Confidence Associated with a Decision by Neurons in the Parietal Cortex
Roozbeh Kiani;Michael N. Shadlen.
Probabilistic Population Codes for Bayesian Decision Making
Jeffrey M. Beck;Wei Ji Ma;Wei Ji Ma;Roozbeh Kiani;Timothy Hanks.
Decision-making with multiple alternatives.
Anne K Churchland;Roozbeh Kiani;Michael N Shadlen.
Nature Neuroscience (2008)
Changes of mind in decision-making
Arbora Resulaj;Roozbeh Kiani;Daniel M. Wolpert;Michael N. Shadlen.
Object Category Structure in Response Patterns of Neuronal Population in Monkey Inferior Temporal Cortex
Roozbeh Kiani;Hossein Esteky;Koorosh Mirpour;Keiji Tanaka.
Journal of Neurophysiology (2007)
Bounded Integration in Parietal Cortex Underlies Decisions Even When Viewing Duration Is Dictated by the Environment
Roozbeh Kiani;Timothy D. Hanks;Michael N. Shadlen.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2008)
Decision Making as a Window on Cognition
Michael N. Shadlen;Roozbeh Kiani.
Choice Certainty Is Informed by Both Evidence and Decision Time
Roozbeh Kiani;Leah Corthell;Michael N. Shadlen.
Variance as a signature of neural computations during decision-making
Anne K. Churchland;R. Kiani;R. Kiani;R. Chaudhuri;Xiao Jing Wang.
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