Khodami Mohammad Ahsan

Ritratto di Khodami Mohammad Ahsan
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Cycle: 
38 cycle
Dipartimento: 
DPG
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+39 049 827 6684
Ufficio: 
00-039

Research interests

In my previous research endeavours, I extensively explored the domains of Emotion Regulation, the ramifications of Covid-19 on overall health, and Stress, particularly perceived Stress and its effects on attention and inhibition.

Since November 2023, upon joining the esteemed University of Padua, my primary research focus has shifted towards the realms of vision, visual processing speed, Hemianopia, attention, and cognition. Additionally, I possess a partial inclination towards investigating Working Memory (WM) and its intricate correlation with engagement levels.

To facilitate my investigations, I am keenly interested in leveraging advanced imaging techniques such as EEG (Electroencephalography) and Eye-tracking while concurrently scrutinizing the outcomes of psychophysical training on Visual Processing Speed (VPS) in patients afflicted with Hemianopia. Furthermore, I intend to employ the power of Machine Learning (ML) to analyze the amassed data effectively.

Publications

Published Works

  • Journal Publication

Ahsan Khodami, M*., Hassan Seif, M., Sadat Koochakzadeh, R., Fathi, R., & Kaur, H. (2022). Perceived stress, emotion regulation and quality of life during the Covid-19 outbreak: A multi-cultural online survey. Annales Médico-psychologiques, revue psychiatrique, 180(6), 514-518. DOI 

Khodami, M. A.*, & Sheibani, L. (2020). An investigation on Negative Activity, Alexithymia, Emotion Regulation, and Internet addiction in a sample of high school students: A randomized controlled trial. Annales Médico-psychologiques, revue psychiatrique, 178(6), 624-631. DOI 

  • Preprint

Khodami, M. A., Hosseini, S. M., Bagheri, S., & Kireeva, S. (2023, August 2). associations between recurrent COVID-19, attention and mental health: a longitudinal study. DOI

Khodami, M.A.*; Altieri, E.; Battaglini, L. Hemianopia Rehabilitation: From Lab to Life, The Missing Piece. Preprints.org 2023, 2023061596. DOI 

 

  • Conference and Presenting

Khodami, MA*; Natalia, KV. (2019). How pictograms describe differences between medical Doctor’s views depending on their religion and culture. Source

Curriculum

Education

  • Nov 2022-Nov 2025

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action (MSCA) COFUND PhD and Fellow Researcher, Department of General Psychology (DPG), University of Padua, Italy

  • Supervisor: Prof. Luca Battaglini
  • Topic: Applying Alertness Training to Improve Visual Processing Speed in Patients with neurodegenerative disorders and brain injuries

Work Experience

  • MARIE S. CURIE FELLOWSHIP

                          University of Padova, Nov 2022 - Present

  • RESEARCH ASSISTANT AND LAB MANAGER

LinguaM Lab, Yekaterinburg, March 2021 - July 2022

  • RESEARCH ASSISTANT

Neurotechnology Lab, Ural Federal University, December 2019 - Dec 2020