Saeedeh Sadeghi
Ph.D. Candidate


 Saeedeh Sadeghi is a Ph.D. candidate at Cornell University, Department of Psychology and Human Neuroscience Institute. Her B.Sc degree was in Computer Science. She also holds an M.Sc in Machine Intelligence from the University of Tehran and two M.Sc degrees in Systems Engineering and Psychology from Cornell University. She teaches a course titled Affective and Social Neuroscience at Cornell and is working as a senior researcher in the Affect and Cognition Lab. Her interests include time perception, heart-brain interaction, interoception, and emotion; while utilizing computational models, data science, and machine learning as research tools. Her work on the perception of time in an immersive VR environment was recently featured in multiple news channels, including TechXplore, and International Business Times.

HD3660, COGST3660: Affective and Social Neuroscience

Sadeghi, S., Daziano, R., Yoon, S. Y., & Anderson, A. K. (2022). Crowding and Perceived Travel Time in Public Transit: Virtual Reality Compared With Stated Choice Surveys. Transportation Research Record, 03611981221130346.

Rahnev, D., Desender, K., Lee, A. L., Adler, W. T., Aguilar-Lleyda, D., Akdoğan, B., ... & Zylberberg, A. (2020). The confidence database. Nature human behaviour4(3), 317-325.

Sadeghi, S., Ekhtiari, H., Bahrami, B., & Ahmadabadi, M. N. (2017). Metacognitive deficiency in a perceptual but not a memory task in methadone maintenance patients. Scientific reports7(1), 1-8.


2019, M.Sc, Systems Engineering, Cornell University

2015, M.Sc, Machine Intelligence and Robotics, University of Tehran

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