Haleh Farahbod
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animal cogniton

evolution of mind, brain and neuron
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Haleh Farahbod joined Rabiu AbduSSALAM Magaji's group
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Students of Neuroscience

for all the students of neuroscience, undergrad, graduate, and beyond.
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Synchronization and Oscillations

This group is intended for those interested in cellular and network mechanisms and the functional significance of normal and pathological synchronization and oscillations observed in small invertebrate to large cortical neuronal networks.
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Structure and Dynamics of Brain Connectivity Networks

This group discusses methods for generating and analyzing brain connectivity data (the "connectome") and how to simulate development and dynamics on anatomicially realistic neural networks. It can also be used to announce jobs, events, and CFP's.
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Theoretical Neuroscience

Dedicated to exploring theoretical constructs in neuroscience, using a synergy of experimental, mathematical, and computational methods.
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Neural Masses & Mean Fields

This group focuses on modeling the activity of neural masses, rather than of individual neurons. Of particular interest are "mean field" type of methods: their mathematical analysis, numerical computation, and "real world" application.
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A forum to discuss the surgical application of basic neuroscience! Here, we discuss everything related to research, academic and clinical neurosurgery.
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Neurological disorders

A discussion group that focuses the common aspects, e.g. upcoming conferences, new funding schemes, journals etc.
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Haleh Farahbod joined Karin Buetler's group


A group dedicated to neuropsychology/cognitive neuroscience tackling the neural underpinnings of higher cognitive functions as well as its clinical application.Image: http://www.tcneuropsychology.com/Brain_Picture.jpg See More
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Postdocs in Neuroscience

Postdocs are at the cross-roads of education and profession, and we face unique professional and social challenges, particularly in the current academic and economic climates. This group is intended for sharing related insights strategies & comments.See More
Nov 7, 2009
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art and neuroscience

This group is set for those neurosciencists who love and enjoy art. We learn science through art!
Nov 7, 2009
Haleh Farahbod joined Eduardo A Garza Villarreal's group

Music and the Brain

Discussion about music processing and research tools.
Nov 7, 2009
Haleh Farahbod joined Marta Olivetti Belardinelli's group
Nov 7, 2009

Profile Information

Main areas of research:
Neurobiology of depression and anxiety
Neurobiology of depression and anxiety, neurobiology of emotion, Developmental Neurobiology, Psychiatry, Personalized medicine, Genetics and epigenetics, Stem cell research,...

Hobbies: Art in general and music in particular, Literature,Movies..., Nature, study of animals' behavior in their natural habitat, Helping unprivileged children.
Farahbod et al., 2010. Time-dependent processing of emotional stimuli in the amygdala in major depressive disorder. (Submitted).

Farahbod et al., 2010. Amygdala Lateralization at rest and during viewing of neutral faces in major depressive disorder. Clin EEG Neurosci. 41(1):19-23.

Farahbod H, Johnson BA, Minami, S., Leon M. 2006. Chemotopic representation of aromatic odorants in the rat olfactory bulb. J Comp Neurol 496:350-366.

Johnson BA, Farahbod H, Leon M. 2005. Interactions between odorant functional group and hydrocarbon structure influence activity in glomerular response modules in the rat olfactory bulb. J Comp Neurol 483:205-216.

Johnson BA, Farahbod H, Saber S, Leon M. 2005. Effects of functional group position on spatial representations of aliphatic odorants in the rat olfactory bulb. J Comp Neurol 483:192-204.

Johnson BA, Farahbod H, Xu Z, Saber S, Leon M. 2004. Local and global chemotopic organization: general features of the glomerular representations of aliphatic odorants differing in carbon number. J Comp Neurol 480:234-249.

Saberi K, Takahashi Y, Farahbod H, and Konishi M (1999). Neural bases of an auditory illusion and its elimination in owls. Nat Neurosci, 2, 656-659.

Saberi K, Farahbod H, and Konishi M (1998). How do owls localize interaurally phase ambiguous signals? Proc Natl Acad Sci USA, 95, 6465-6468.

Saberi K, Takahashi Y, Konishi M, Albeck Y, Arthur B, and Farahbod H (1998). Effects of interaural decorrelation on neural and behavioral detection of spatial cues. Neuron, 21, 789-798.

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At 3:31am on November 21, 2009, Dr. V V Binoy said…
Really sorry for the delayed mail. I was in the field where net is not accessable. I am studying the food stocking behavior in fishes with hope to know more about the evolution of stocking and managent of resource. Another area of my interest is decision making . I am analysing the role of familiarity on decision malikg ( both choice and inference) using fish model system.
At 5:12pm on November 10, 2009, Adrian Roel said…
Hello Haleh, It would be great to have early detection to provide timely treatment for children at risk, this has been done in regard of learning disabilities in Cuba, Venezuela and Nicaragua.
A combination of a neuropsych, emotional and QEEG assessment is the first step to provide a multimodal intervention, all these problems are complex and demand a systems approach. 60% of our work is ADHD, LD, dyslexia, anxiety and depression, specially in adolescents (50% show these problems) in many of them the treatment process alleviates the anxiety and depression, just imagine; good grades, good learning abilities, better sense of worth, more self control, more attention, more intelligence less failure, better relations with parents, peers and teachers no wonder anxiety and depression disappear! In our experience up to 80% have good results.
I definitely recommend using QEEG and NF along with other treatment modalities, the results are supported by science and more importantly by our everyday experience.
At 10:38am on November 10, 2009, Adrian Roel said…
Hello Haleh, It would be great to find a genetic biomarker that correlates with response. the study is funded by us and we don't have the resources to do genetic testing. We have a lot of experience using neurofeedback 5-HTP and L-tyrosine combination for ADHD and depression in adolescents with very good results. In the past we have been using commercial supplements and the patient has to buy 3 or four bottles and ends taking 10 or more capsules or tablets.
We designed our own formula and I hope we will have it available in a few weeks.
At 9:36am on November 8, 2009, Dr. V V Binoy said…
thank you very much for your kind heart. you work on owl... great.....
At 8:14am on November 8, 2009, Rabiu AbduSSALAM Magaji said…
Hello, Thank you for the invitation. Plesea let me know your country and your area or research interst

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