About me

Zahra Rezazadeh

My name is Zahra Rezazadeh. I am an electrical and biomedical engineer by training, currently doing research in cognitive and computational neuroscience.

Areas of interest:
human decision-making, learning, sense of agency, social agency

I am working on:

My doctoral studies, in collaboration with Body Social Cognition and Action Lab,  gravitate towards social agency. I am looking into how readiness to act is influenced by social contexts. The tools at my hand for that purpose are collecting electrophysiological data (pupil size) and behavioral data. In parallel and at Crowd Cognition Group, I am using pupil size to investigate the neural correlates of decision-making under uncertainty.

I have worked on:

I have 5+ years of experience in cognitive neuroscience, investigating the neuronal underpinnings of cognition and perception. To this end, I have used electroencephalography (EEG), mainly ERPs (in visual oddball paradigms) and SSVEPs (for the purpose of navigating in virtual environments).


Reducing stimulation intensity in a visual ERP BCI to approach gaze-independent spelling (2020).
Z Rezazadeh et al.,
8th International Winter Conference on Brain-Computer Interface

An SSVEP-Based Brain-Computer Interface to Navigate in a Virtual Home (2017).
Z Rezazadeh and A Sheikhani,
ICBBB ’17: Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Bioscience, Biochemistry and Bioinformatics

Artificial intelligence-based loss allocation algorithm in open access environments (2014).
A Kargarian, M Raoofat, M Mohammadi, Z Rezazadeh
Journal of Energy Engineering

CVBE Projects