Nima Khalighinejad
Nima Khalighinejad
Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging, Dept of Experimental Psychology, University of Oxford
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Precursor processes of human self-initiated action
N Khalighinejad, A Schurger, A Desantis, L Zmigrod, P Haggard
Neuroimage 165, 35-47, 2018
Slow oscillating transcranial direct current stimulation during sleep has a sleep‐stabilizing effect in chronic insomnia: a pilot study
MR Saebipour, MT Joghataei, A Yoonessi, K Sadeghniiat‐Haghighi, ...
Journal of sleep research 24 (5), 518-525, 2015
Endogenous action selection processes in dorsolateral prefrontal cortex contribute to sense of agency: a meta-analysis of tDCS studies of ‘intentional binding’
N Khalighinejad, S Di Costa, P Haggard
Brain stimulation 9 (3), 372-379, 2016
Modulating human sense of agency with non-invasive brain stimulation
N Khalighinejad, P Haggard
Cortex 69, 93-103, 2015
Analysing the effect of early acetazolamide administration on patients with a high risk of permanent cerebrospinal fluid leakage.
S Abrishamkar, N Khalighinejad, P Moein
Acta Medica Iranica, 467-471, 2013
Extending experiences of voluntary action by association
N Khalighinejad, P Haggard
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (31), 8867-8872, 2016
A 12-year epidemiologic study on primary spinal cord tumors in Isfahan, Iran
P Moein, O Behnamfar, N Khalighinejad, Z Farajzadegan, SA Fard, ...
Journal of research in medical sciences: the official journal of Isfahan …, 2013
I could have done otherwise: Availability of counterfactual comparisons informs the sense of agency
E Kulakova, N Khalighinejad, P Haggard
Consciousness and cognition 49, 237-244, 2017
Social transmission of experience of agency: An experimental study
N Khalighinejad, B Bahrami, EA Caspar, P Haggard
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1315, 2016
A basal forebrain-cingulate circuit in macaques decides it is time to act
N Khalighinejad, A Bongioanni, L Verhagen, D Folloni, D Attali, JF Aubry, ...
Neuron 105 (2), 370-384. e8, 2020
Do readiness potentials happen all the time?
E Travers, N Khalighinejad, A Schurger, P Haggard
NeuroImage 206, 116286, 2020
Dissociating cognitive and motoric precursors of human self-initiated action
N Khalighinejad, E Brann, A Dorgham, P Haggard
Journal of cognitive neuroscience 31 (5), 754-767, 2019
Converting three general-cognitive function scales into persian and assessment of their validity and reliability
P Moin, N Khalighinejad, A Yusefi, Z Farajzadegan, M Barekatain
International Journal of Preventive Medicine 2 (2), 82, 2011
Subliminal modulation of voluntary action experience: A neuropsychological investigation
N Khalighinejad, A Kunnumpurath, C Bertini, E Ladavas, P Haggard
Cortex 90, 58-70, 2017
Human decisions about when to act originate within a basal forebrain–nigral circuit
N Khalighinejad, L Priestley, S Jbabdi, MFS Rushworth
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (21), 11799-11810, 2020
Differential functional connectivity underlying asymmetric reward-related activity in human and non-human primates
A Lopez-Persem, L Roumazeilles, D Folloni, K Marche, EF Fouragnan, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
Do readiness potentials happen all the time?
N Khalighinejad, E Travers, A Schurger, P Haggard
NeuroImage 206, 2019
Modulating the sense of agency by transcranial direct current stimulation
N Khalighinejad, P Haggard
Brain Stimulation: Basic, Translational, and Clinical Research in …, 2017
Neural mechanisms underlying voluntary action control in the human brain
N Khalighinejad
UCL (University College London), 2017
Human self-initiated action is reliably preceded by a process of noise reduction
N Khalighinejad, A Schurger, A Desantis, L Zmigrod, P Haggard
bioRxiv, 120105, 2017
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