Setareh Mokhtari

PhD in Cognitive Psychology
Institute for Cognitive & Brain Sciences (ICBS)
Shahid Beheshti University  

Contact details:

ICBS, Shahid Beheshti University,
Velenjak, Tehran, Iran

(+98)21-22431616

mokhtari.set@gmail.com
s_mokhtari@sbu.ac.ir



                                    
Assistant professor   2017 – present
Institute for Cognitive & Brain Sciences - Shahid-Beheshti University - Tehran , Iran

Postdoctoral Research Associate   2016-2017 
Institute for Cognitive & Brain Sciences - Shahid-Beheshti University - Tehran, Iran

Lecturer (Faculty)   2014 
School of Social Sciences and Public Policy - Auckland University of Technology - Auckland, New Zealand

Lecturer (Part-time)   2005- 2007
Academic Center for Education, Culture & Research (Jahad-e-Daneshgahi) - Isfahan, Iran

Research Interests

Visual Perception, Visual Attention, Cognition & Emotion
Cognitive Development, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Care-giving


Education

PhD - Psychology (Cognitive) - Massey University - Auckland, New Zealand
MA - Psychology (Clinical) - Isfahan University - Isfahan, Iran (GPA: 19.10/20 - Rank: 1st)
BA - Psychology (Clinical) - Isfahan University - Isfahan, Iran


Publications & Presentations


Articles


Submitted/Under preparation:

Mokhtari, S. & Faridi, F. (Under preparation). Mood Induction Procedures (MIPs) in children.
 
Mokhtari, S., Rastikerdar, N., & Safavimanesh, F. (Under preparation). Emotion regulation and perceived sleep quality.

Mokhtari, S., & Bayegan, K. (Under preparation). The effect of perceived loneliness on evaluating trustworthiness of faces.
 
Soroor, G., Mokhtari, S., & Pouretemad, H. (Submitted). Priming the global processing strategy improves the perceptual performance of children with autism.

 Ebrahimi, L., Bakouie, F., Mokhtari., S., & Hasani-Malayeri, R. (Submittes). The influence of depressed mood on inhibitory control: the role of gender differences.

Kazemisaleh*, Z., Mokhtari*, S., Gharibzadeh, S., & Bakouie, F. (Submitted). Sequential implicit learning is not influenced by visuospatial working memory capacity: A developmental study.


Alam, A., Rajab. A., & Mokhtari, S. (Submitted). Cognitive deficits in type I diabetes: a systematic review. [In Persian]
 
Published: 

Pouretemad, H., & Mokhtari, S. (2019). Is detecting a compound geometric shape influenced by stimulus density? A developmental study. Japanese Psychological Research, 61(1), 25-35.
 
Hashemi-kamangar, S., Moradimanesh, Z., Mokhtari, S., & Bakouie, F. (2018). A dynamic system explaining the process of development by introducing different time-scales. International Journal of Neuroscience, 128(12), 1211-1212.
 
Soroor, G., Mokhtari, S., & Pouretemad, H. (2018, April). Review of the Assessment Tools for Studying Perceptual Organization in Autism. Proceedings of National Congress of Children with Special Needs, Isfahan, Iran. [in Persian]
 
Mokhtari, S., & Buttle, H. (2015). The effect of observers’ mood on processing of emotional faces: Evidence from short-lived and prolonged mood states. Advances in Cognitive Psychology, 11(1), 14-21.
 
Mokhtari S., & Buttle, H. (2011). Observer's mood manipulates level of visual processing: evidence from face and non-face stimuli. i-Perception, 2, 249.
 
Mokhtari, S., Neshatdoost, H. T., & Molavi, H. (). The effect of Cognitive-Behaviour Group Therapy on Depression and Dogmatization of Patients with Multiple Sclerosis. Journal of Psychology, 12(3), 242-251. [in Persian]
   Books
 
Mokhtari, S. & Rahmati, Z. (2018). Improving Cognitive and Creative Skills of Children: Secondary Education Textbook (National Level - No. 212312-Grade 12). Tehran, Iran: Textbook Publishing & Printing Company of Iran.
 
Mokhtari, S., Neshatdoost, H. T., & Molavi, H. (2013). The effect of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy on depression and somatic complaints of Multiple Sclerosis patients. In C. M. See (Ed.), Research and practice: Counseling and social work in the new frontier of helping. Penang, Malaysia: USM Press.
 
Conferences

Mokhtari, S., Bakoie, F., & Kheirkhah, M. (2019, December). The role of positiev emotions in resilience: A cognitive perspective. The 1st Iranian Congress of Positive Psychology. Tehran, Iran.

Rastikerdar, N., Mokhtari., S., & Safavimanesh, F. (2018, December). The relationship of effective emotion regulation and subjective sleep quality. 7th Basic & Clinical Neuroscience Congress. Tehran, Iran. [Abstract ID: 253].

 
Khanjari, M., Pouretemad, H., & Mokhtari, S. (2018, December). Priming the processing strategy in ASD. The First conference on Human Growth, Development and Health. Tehran, Iran.
 
Karami, A., Safavimanesh, F., & Mokhtari, S. (2018, October). A new local proximity measure in evaluating non-symbolic number comparison task performance. 2nd Irannian Symposium on Brain Mapping Updates. Tehran, Iran.
 
Soroor, G., Mokhtari, S., & Pouretemad, H. (2018, April). Review of the Assessment Tools for Studying Perceptual Organization in Autism. National Congress of Children with Special Needs, Isfahan, Iran.
 
Mokhtari, S., Soroor, G., & Pouretemad, H. (2017, November). The Effect of Priming the Global Processing Strategy on Improvement of the Perceptual Performance of Children with Autism. 8th Congress of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Tehran, Iran.
 
Mokhtari, S. & Pouretemad, H. (2017, January). Identifying a Target in Hierarchical Patterns: Does the Pattern's Density Matter? Budapest CEU Conference on Cognitive Development. Budapest, Hungary.
 
Buttle, H., Mokhtari, S., & Cannon, P. (2013, June). Emotional content and affective context. The Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition (SARMAC) Conference. Rotterdam, Netherlands.
 
Mokhtari, S., & Buttle, H. (2011, July). Observer's mood manipulates level of visual processing: evidence from face and non-face stimuli. Asia- Pacific Conference on Vision (APCV). Hong Kong, HK.
 
Buttle, H., & Mokhtari, S. (2011, June). Emotional content and affective context: Levels of processing effects with schematic faces. Presentation given at the University of Exeter's Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience, Exeter, UK.
 
Mokhtari, S., Buttle, H., & Stillman, J. A. (2010, September). Is the level of processing in emotionally expressive faces affected by observer¡¦s mood? 27th BPS Cognitive Psychology Section Annual Conference, Cardiff, UK. [p.38]
 
Mokhtari, S., Buttle, H., & Stillman, J. A. (2010, April). Levels of processing with schematic faces: Emotional content or affective context? 37th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, Melbourne, Australia.[p.29]
 
Mokhtari, S., Buttle, H., & Stillman, J. A. (2009, November). The effect of mood and emotion on attention and memory in face perception. NZ Postgraduate Conference, Wellington, New Zealand. [p.110]
 
Mokhtari, S., Neshatdoost, H. T., & Molavi, H. (2009, January). The effect of CBT on depression and somatic complains in Multiple sclerosis patients. International Counseling and Social Work Symposium, Penang, Malaysia.
 
Mokhtari, S., Neshatdoost, H. T., & Molavi, H. (2006, November). Multiple Sclerosis and psychological symptoms. 3rd International Congress on Multiple Sclerosis, Isfahan, Iran.
 
Mokhtari, S., & Yarmohammadian, H. (2006, November). Social anxiety in Epilepsy and Multiple sclerosis. 3rd International Congress on Multiple Sclerosis, Isfahan, Iran.