Pouya Ghaemmaghami
Pouya Ghaemmaghami
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Concordia
Verified email at concordia.ca
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Movie genre classification by exploiting MEG brain signals
P Ghaemmaghami, MK Abadi, SM Kia, P Avesani, N Sebe
International Conference on Image Analysis and Processing, 683-693, 2015
142015
Brain and music: Music genre classification using brain signals
P Ghaemmaghami, N Sebe
2016 24th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO), 708-712, 2016
92016
Cognitive efficiency in late midlife is linked to lifestyle characteristics and allostatic load
J Narbutas, M Van Egroo, D Chylinski, PV González, CG Jimenez, ...
Aging (Albany NY) 11 (17), 7169, 2019
82019
Sparse-Coded Cross-Domain Adaptation from the Visual to the Brain Domain
P Ghaemmaghami, M Nabi, Y Yan, N Sebe
IEEE International Conference on Pattern Recognition, 2016
62016
Preserved wake-dependent cortical excitability dynamics predict cognitive fitness beyond age-related brain alterations
M Van Egroo, J Narbutas, D Chylinski, PV González, P Ghaemmaghami, ...
Communications biology 2 (1), 1-10, 2019
52019
A cross-modal adaptation approach for brain decoding
P Ghaemmaghami, M Nabi, Y Yan, G Riccardi, N Sebe
2017 IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech and Signal …, 2017
42017
The genetic liability for insomnia is associated with lower amount of slow wave sleep in young and healthy individuals
P Ghaemmaghami, V Muto, M Jaspar, C Meyer, M Elansary, M VanEgroo, ...
Frontiers in Neuroscience Conference Abstract: Belgian Brain Congress, 2018
22018
Alzheimer’s disease genetic risk and sleep phenotypes in healthy young men: association with more slow waves and daytime sleepiness
V Muto, E Koshmanova, P Ghaemmaghami, M Jaspar, C Meyer, ...
Sleep 44 (1), zsaa137, 2021
12021
Information Retrieval from Neurophysiological Signals
P Ghaemmaghami
University of Trento, 2017
12017
Erratum: Alzheimer's disease genetic risk and sleep phenotypes in healthy young men: Association with more slow waves and daytime sleepiness (SLEEP
V Muto, E Koshmanova, P Ghaemmaghami, M Jaspar, C Meyer, ...
Sleep 44 (5), 2021
2021
Preserved wake-dependent cortical excitability dynamics predict cognitive fitness beyond age-related brain alterations (vol 2, 449, 2019)
M Van Egroo, J Narbutas, D Chylinski, PV Gonzalez, P Ghaemmaghami, ...
COMMUNICATIONS BIOLOGY 4 (1), 2021
2021
Author Correction: Preserved wake-dependent cortical excitability dynamics predict cognitive fitness beyond age-related brain alterations
M Van Egroo, J Narbutas, D Chylinski, PV González, P Ghaemmaghami, ...
Communications Biology 4 (1), 1-3, 2021
2021
Polygenic risk for Alzheimer’s disease predicts sleep slow-waves and daytime sleepiness in youth
V Muto, E Koshmanova, P Ghaemmaghami, M Jaspar, C Meyer, ...
medRxiv, 2020
2020
Linking Alzheimer’s disease liability to sleep in youth
P Ghaemmaghami Tabrizi, E Koshmanova
2019
Cognitive efficiency in late midlife is linked to cognitive reserve and allostatic load
J Narbutas, M Van Egroo, D Chylinski, P Villar Gonzalez, ...
2019
Preserved wake-dependent cortical excitability dynamics predict cognitive fitness beyond age-related brain alterations
N Justinas, C Daphne, VG Pamela, G Pouya, M Vincenzo, C Schmidt, ...
Communications Biology 2 (1), 2019
2019
Sleep fragmentation is associated with brain tau but not amyloid-β burden in healthy older adults
D Chylinski, F Rudzik, C Wallant, M Van Egroo, V Muto, J Narbutas, ...
Front. Neurosci. Conference Abstract: Belgian Brain Congress, 2018
2018
Arousals during sleep are associated with brain tau burden in healthy older individuals
D Chylinski, F Rudzik, C Wallant, M Van Egroo, V Muto, J Narbutas, ...
2018
Cognitive efficiency in late midlife is linked to cognitive reserve and heart rate variability
J Narbutas, M Van Egroo, D Chylinski, P Villar Gonzalez, C Hagelstein, ...
2018
The genetic liability for insomnia is associated with the number of awakenings during sleep in young and healthy individuals
P Ghaemmaghami, V Muto, M Jaspar, C Meyer, M Elansary, M Van Egroo, ...
Journal of Sleep Research 27, 2018
2018
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