ویدا سادات میرابوالفتحی
شماره تماس : 76291130 داخلی (2024)
موسسه آموزش عالی علوم شناختی
دانشگاه علوم پزشکی شهید بهشتی
کارشناسی ارشد (1390-1393)
اختلال استرس پس از سانحه (PTSD)، حافظه کاری، کارکرد های اجرایی
1. Mirabolfathi, V, Schweizer, S., Moradi A. R, Jobson L. Affective Working Memory Capacity in Refugee Adolescents. 2020. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. DOI: 10.1037/tra0000552
2. Jobson, L., Mirabolfathi, V., Moshirpanahi, SH., Parhoon, H., Gillard, J., Muhktar, F., Moradi, AR., Mohan, S, N. (2019). Investigating emotion in Malay, Australia and Iran. Nature Scientific Reports: 9(1):18344.
3. Ahmadi, M., Moradi, A. R., Esmaeili, A. T., Mirabolfathi, V., & Jobson, L. (2019). A preliminary study investigating time perception in adolescents with posttraumatic stress disorder and major depressive disorder. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 11(6), 671–676.
4. Mirabolfathi, V., Moradi, A. R., & Jobson, L. (2019). Influence of affective distractors on working memory capacity in relation to symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder. Applied Cognitive Psychology: 33:904-910.
5. Sanambari, F., Moradi, A. R, Moghadasin, M., & Mirabolfathi, V. (2020). The study of autobiographical memory and identity processing styles in immigrant adolescents suffering from post – traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Advances in Cognitive Science.(in Persian)
6. Mirabolfathi, V., Moradi, A., Choobin, M. H., Derakhshan, N. (in press). Ambiguity effect in working memory capacity and reaction time in PTSD. Advance in Cognitive Science. (in Persian)
7. Parooi, N., Moradi, A., Yoonessi, A., & Mirabolfathi, V. (2018). Investigation of empathy in positive Emotional situations in afghan youth refugees with PTSD. Advance in Cognitive Science, 20(3), 102-113. (In Persian).
8. Mirabolfathi, V., Moradi, A., Bakhtiari M. (2016). Emotional working memory in post-traumatic stress disorder and depression. Advance in Cognitive Science, 17(468), 23-44. (in Persian)
9. Mirabolfathi, V., Choobin, M. H., Moradi, A., & Derakshan, N. Emotional working memory capacity in PTSD, an ERP study. Writing in progress
10. Iranban, O., Moradi A, Mirabolfathi V visual and verbal perception in Iran Iraq veterans with PTSD, Writing in progress.
پروژه های ملی و بین المللی
Adaptation, standardization and psychometric properties of WMS-V in an Iranian Sample: From. Cognitive Science and Research Council Iran. 2016-2020. Members: Alireza Moradi (supervisor), Mohammad Hasan Choobin, Vida Mirabolfathi, Hadi Parhoon, Shahriar Naieni.
Worked as a researcher and coordinator in cross-cultural studies with Monash University in Australia and Malaysia and also MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit Cambridge University in the project titles “Emotion in Depression” with the colleagues from Malaysia, Australia and the UK. (2015-2017)
Working as a researcher in collaborative study with Monash University and University of New South Wales in Australia in a project titles “Cognitive interventions for Afghan youth refugees in Iran” (2017-present)
Professor Alireza Moradi’s RA (from 2015- present) on different projects such as: “empathy and mirror neurons in Afghan youth refugees in Iran”, “Autobiographical memory specificity in Afghan youth refugees in Iran”, “Emotional Working memory in Afghan youth refugees in Iran” “Time perception in youth refugees with PTSD and MDD”
I worked as a manager in the translation and Adaptation team, also I was in charge of teaching the administration and scoring of the WMS-IV to examiners via several workshops, and I was one of the writers of the final report.