Publications of Mina Jamshidi Idaji

Journal Article (4)

2021
Journal Article
Zhang, J., Jamshidi Idaji, M., Villringer, A., & Nikulin, V. V. (2021). Neuronal biomarkers of Parkinson's disease are present in healthy aging. NeuroImage, 243. doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2021.118512
Journal Article
Stephani, T., Hodapp, A., Jamshidi Idaji, M., Villringer, A., & Nikulin, V. V. (2021). Neural excitability and sensory input determine intensity perception with opposing directions in initial cortical responses. ELife, 10. doi:10.7554/eLife.67838
2020
Journal Article
Jamshidi Idaji, M., Müller, K.-R., Nolte, G., Maess, B., Villringer, A., & Nikulin, V. V. (2020). Nonlinear interaction decomposition (NID): A method for separation of cross-frequency coupled sources in human brain. NeuroImage, 211. doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.116599
2017
Journal Article
Jamshidi Idaji, M., Shamsollahi, M. B., & Hajipour Sadoui, S. (2017). Higher order spectral regression discriminant analysis (HOSRDA): A tensor feature reduction method for ERP detection. Pattern Recognition, 70, 152–162.

Poster (2)

2019
Poster
Jamshidi Idaji, M., Mueller, K.-R., Nolte, G., Maess, B., Villringer, A., & Nikulin, V. V. Nonlinear interaction decomposition: A novel framework for studying cross-frequency coupling in human brain. Poster presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM), Rome, Italy. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0004-C280-F
2018
Poster
Nierula, B., Maselli , M., Jamshidi Idaji, M., Villringer, A., Deco, G., Soto-Faraco, S., … Nikulin, V. V. Processing of visual and tactile stimuli during high and low body ownership illusion. Poster presented at the 6th Mind, Brain & Body Symposium, Mind Brain Body Institut, Berlin, Germany. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0004-B564-F

Preprint (1)

2019
Preprint
Jamshidi Idaji, M., Mueller, K.-R., Nolte, G., Maess, B., Villringer, A., & Nikulin, V. V. (2019, June 23). Nonlinear interaction decomposition (NID): A method for separation of cross-frequency coupled sources in human brain. BioRxiv. doi:10.1101/680397
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