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1 The effect of neurotherapy learning disorders of elemntary school students Oral Batoul Dehghani
2 A cognitive - conceptual approach to teaching some Persian phrasal verbs and idioms the Learners of Persian as a foreign Poster Zahra Hamedi Shirvan
3 A Comparison between Smart and Non-Smart Schools from the Perspective of Students' ‎Cognitive and Metacognitive Strategies Poster Marzieh Sadat Sajadinezhad
4 A conceptual blending theory perspective to exocentric and endocentric compounds in Persian: a dichotomy or a continuum Oral Masoumeh Diyanati
5 An Ecumenical Approach to the Cognitive Science in Education: A Lesson from the Methodology of Reciprocal Constraints Oral Alireza Hooshmand
6 Analyzing the Pattern of the Relationship between Metacognition and superego with the mediation of rumination in obsessive-compulsive and antisocial Patients Oral Koorosh Parviz
7 Another Look at the Language Organ in Human, Different Names for One Entity Oral SEYYED MAHDI SADATI NOOSHABADI
8 Cognitive Benefits from playing music Poster Soghra Akbari Chermahini
9 Cognitive decline in dementia Oral Ali Boazar
10 Cognitive Dysfunction, Need for Cognition and Self Efficacy in Episodic Prospective Memory Oral Azizuddin Khan
11 Cognitive Gender Differences in Monolinguals with Respect to Positive and Negative Linguistic Stimuli Oral Vahid Rahmani Doqaruni
12 Cognitive skills rehabilitation in Parkinson's patients Poster Reza Fatahi
13 Comparative study of visual and auditory working memory of stutterers with no stutterers Oral Elham Hakimi
14 Creative Interpersonal Problem Solving Training and Resiliency in Mothers of Gifted High School Students Oral Elham Ajorlo
15 Creative Problem Solving Training Program and Social Skills of Working Boys with Behavioral Problems Oral Leila Kashani Vahid
16 Creative Problem Solving Training Program and Creativity of Gifted university Students Oral Moslm Ashna
17 Deep Motor Feature in EEG signal processing, for brain computer interface (BCI) Oral Shirin Ranjbaran
18 Depression and attentional bias to unpleasant emotional information in children with type 1 diabetes Oral Asiyeh Alam Hakkakana
19 Determining the effect of Cognitive Rehabilitation (CR) with Captain’s Log computer game on improving of executive functions of students with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Oral Masoumeh Soltanipour
20 Determining the effect of Cognitive Rehabilitation (CR) with Captain’s Log computer game on improving of executive functions of students with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Oral Masoumeh Soltanipour
21 Developing a Cooperative Learning Carpet Weaving Training Program and Evaluating its Effectiveness on Carpet Weaving Learning and social skills of adolescents with Intellectual Disability. Oral Zahra Hamedi
22 Developmental patterns in the production of Discourse Markers in Persian-speaking children Oral Elahe Taheri Ghaleno
23 Developmental trend of Sustained Attention in Children (using Conjunctive Continues Performance Task (CCPT) Poster Soghra Akbari Chermahini
24 Effect of behavioral intervention on social cognition in autism spectrum disorder Oral Mohammad Rezaei
26 Effectiveness of a Cognitive Computer games (Emo-galaxy) on Emotional Regulation of Children with Intellectual Disability Oral Marzieh Mohajeri
27 Effectiveness of an Electronic Story-telling Program on Cognitive Emotional Regulation of Gifted Children Oral Setayesh Ghorbani
28 Effectiveness of Cognitive Emotion-Based Computer Games on Emotional Management of Children with Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder Oral Elham Hakimirad
29 Effectiveness of Problem Solving Training on Social Skills of Adolescents with Intellectual Disability Oral Mina Asareh
30 Effectiveness of Virtual Family-based Cognitive-Sensory-Motor Games on Inhibition of Children with ADHD Oral Leila Kashani Vahid
31 Evaluation of educational intervention effects for improvement of executive functions of high function Autistic children; by using neuropsychological and molecular genetics techniques Oral Fazlollah Shahraki
32 How monolingual Persian-speaking children use intonation to signal information status in narrative discourse Oral Elahe Kamari
33 How Perceptual Field Variables Effect on Local –Global Visual Processing? A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Oral Zahra Rezvani
34 Investigating Cognitive Processes in Painting: ‎A Review Study of the Difference Between Novice and Experte Oral Elaheh Ghorbani
35 Investigation on the relationship between the facial emotion recognition, emotions and task situations Oral Nooshin Momenzadeh
36 Keep Your Distance: The Effect of Gender, Religiosity and Personality on the Interpersonal Distance Preference Poster MohammadHasan Sharifian
37 Lateralization in function of insular cortex Poster Aryan Khani
38 Metaphorical Conceptualization in Political Caricatures: A Multimodal Metaphor Theory Approach Poster Parsa Bamshadi
39 Missalignment Effect in the Spatial Navigation using Virtual Reality Oral Farzaneh Safavimanesh
40 Pictorial-verbal Metaphors in Advertisement Poster Parsa Bamshadi
41 Prediction of risk-taking by using cognitive task in the framework of signal detection theory Poster Ayda Khayyat Naghadehi
42 Processing subject and object relative clauses in Persian Oral Shohre Sadeghi
43 Prospective memory and cognitive dysfunction in individual with Autism: An Empirical Investigation Oral Farangis Dehnavi
44 Relationship of Application of the Principles of Parents’ Behavior Management with Cognitive approach by Parents and its Relationship with the Social Skills of their Children Oral Zahra Rahimi yeganeh
45 Rumination status in mental disorders and in interaction with superego and metacognition Oral Koorosh Parviz
46 Sound-Meaning Associations in the Emotive Vocabulary -- Evidence from more than 300 Languages Oral Schlatter Thomas
47 test Oral Elahe Taheri Ghaleno
48 The Effectiveness of ‘Philosophy for Children’ Program on the Growth ‎ Of Reasoning Skills of Students Poster Marzieh Sadat Sajadinezhad
49 The Effectiveness of Computerized Cognitive Rehabilitation on Cognitive Functions Poster Fatemeh sadat Hosseini
50 The Effectiveness of Creativity Training by Using Lego on the Emotioen Regulation of Gifted Children Oral Samira Vakili


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Dear Researchers, Scientists & Ph.D. students

It is with my deepest pleasure to invite you, on the behalf of the Institute for Cognitive Science Studies (ICSS) and Shahid Beheshti University, to join and participate in the 8th International Conference of Cognitive Science (ICCS). The conference will be held during 15 -17 April 2020 at Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran.

Cognitive Scientists from all over the world are invited to join this event to share their findings and insights on all aspects of cognitive sciences such as cognitive neuroscience, cognitive modeling, cognitive linguistics, cognitive rehabilitation, philosophy of mind, cognitive education, cognitive assessment, cognitive neuroimaging, human-computer interaction and so on.   

As you are aware, cognitive science is an interdisciplinary field that has emerged and developed rapidly. Particularly during past five decades, cognitive sciences have made considerable improvements and impacts within our society. In this modern age of time, we are constantly facing complex phenomena. As cognitive science researchers, we are responsible to investigate new research questions and design novel studies in order to find answers.

This is a challenging path and the best way to overcome this challenge is to come together to share our experiences. In my view, the only way that we can face today's complexities is to develop collective thinking. Otherwise, how can we extend our research and disciplinary boundaries without sharing our thoughts?

The scientific committee of the conference will plan attractive panel sessions in different topics of cognitive science for all participants particularly for students, while special sessions are offered to focus on advances in neuroimaging, cognitive rehabilitation, cognitive modeling, cognitive psychology and so on. Keynote speakers by distinguished international experts will also highlight burning issues in cognitive science and beyond.

Finally, the conference envisages exciting oral free paper and best poster sessions where novel translational research will be presented. Attending the 8th International Conference of Cognitive Science will also give you the opportunity to learn more about the capital of Iran, Tehran.

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President of the 8th International Conference of Cognitive Science

Dear Researchers,

This is my great honor to invite all scientists and researchers to participate in the 8th International Conference of Cognitive Science (ICCS). The conference will be held by the Institute for Cognitive Science Studies (ICSS) accompanying with Shahid Beheshti University during 15 - 17 April 2020. During this scientific event most aspects of cognitive sciences including, cognitive psychology, cognitive neuroscience, cognitive modeling, cognitive linguistic, cognitive education and philosophy of mind will be discussed by scientists from all over the world.

 Moreover, there will be presented many new research reports during several symposiums and poster presentation sessions. Another interesting part of the conference will be panel discussions which will be held by scientists and researchers in different areas of cognitive science.

I hope this three-day event will be useful for all participants who are working in the field of cognitive science.

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