Simeen Tabassi Mofrad
Fatemeh (Simeen) Tabassi Mofrad currently investigates brain functional and structural connectivity associated with modulating cortical areas.
Simeen's research is interdisciplinary, mostly rooted in Experimental Neurolinguistics, Neuroscience and Applied Linguistics. She does different connectivity analyses in mapping the brain; fMRI and DTI are her favourite neuroimaging techniques.
- Faculty of Humanities
- Leiden Univ Centre for Linguistics
- LUCL diversen
- Tabassi Mofrad F. (12 October 2023), Cortical contributions to cognitive control of language and beyond: evidence from functional connectivity profiles of the inferior parietal cortex and cognitive control-related resting state networks (Dissertatie. Leiden University Centre for Linguistics (LUCL), Faculty of Humanities , Leiden University) LOT dissertation series no. 653. Amsterdam: LOT. Supervisor(s) and Co-supervisor(s): Schiller N.O., Witteman J.
- Tabassi Mofrad F. & Schiller N.O. (2023), Connectivity profile of middle inferior parietal cortex confirms the hypothesis about modulating cortical areas, Neuroscience 519: 1-9.
- Tabassi Mofrad F. & Schiller N.O. (2022), Mapping caudal inferior parietal cortex supports the hypothesis about a modulating cortical area, NeuroImage 259: 119441.
- Tabassi Mofrad F., Jahn A. & Schiller N.O. (2020), Dual Function of Primary Somatosensory Cortex in Cognitive Control of Language: Evidence from Resting State fMRI, Neuroscience 446: 59-68.
- Tabassi Mofrad F. Schiller N.O. (2020), Cognitive demand modulates connectivity patterns of rostral inferior parietal cortex in cognitive control of language, COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE 11(4): 181-193.
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