I am interested in pursuing my research at a post-graduate level in translational and cognitive neuroscience using multi-disciplinary approaches. I strongly believe in the power of combining state-of-the-art techniques for investigating crucial physiological, cognitive and/or psychological questions from socio-economic prospective. What drives my curiosity and motivation is to address particular research questions relate to better understanding of the neurobiological basis beyond cognitive, social, physiological and psychological processes. These neural correlates reflect our daily life. For example, such questions which are mirrored in several mental/neurobiological processes, and refining potential develop mental and economic theories underlying specific human behaviors.
- Héricé C, Khalil R, Moftah M, Boraud T, Guthrie M, Garenne A (2016).
Decision making under uncertainty in a spiking neural network model of the basal ganglia. doi: 10.1142/S021963521650028X
- Khalila R, Fendt M (2016).
Increased anxiety but normal fear and safety learning in orexin-deficient mice. doi :10.1016/j.bbr.2016.12.007
Khalil R, Moustafa A, Moftah M, Karim A (2016).
How knowledge of Ancient Egyptian women can influence today’s gender role: Does history matter in gender psychology? Front. Psychol. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.02053
- Khalil R, Abo Elfetoh N, Moftah M, Khedr EM (20015).
Acquired equivalence associative learning in GTC epileptic patients: experimental and computational study. doi: 10.3389/fncel.2015.00418
- Guthrie M, Héricé C, Khalil R, Moftah M, Boraud T, Garenne A (2014).
Decision-making mechanisms in a connectionist model of the basal ganglia. In Fourth Symposium on Biology of Decision-Making. hal: 01102619
- Khalil R, GuthriE M, Garenne A, Boraud T (2013)
A connectionist approach to decision making in the basal ganglia. doi: 10.3389/conf.fnhum.2013.210.00040
Health Psychology & Neurorehabilitation