Hulusi Kafaligonul, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
National Magnetic Resonance Research Center (UMRAM) Bilkent University, Long Beach, Ankara, Turkey 
Area:
Visual System, Computational Neuroscience
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Parents

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Bruno G. Breitmeyer grad student 2003-2007 University of Houston
Haluk Ogmen grad student 2003-2007 University of Houston
 (Dynamics of feature processing for static and moving objects in the human visual system.)
Thomas D. Albright post-doc 2008-2013 Salk Institute
Gene R. Stoner post-doc 2008-2013 Salk Institute

Children

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Mert Özkan research assistant 2015-2018 Bilkent University
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Kafaligonul H, Albright TD, Stoner GR. (2018) Auditory modulation of spiking activity and local field potentials in area MT does not appear to underlie an audiovisual temporal illusion. Journal of Neurophysiology
Kafaligonul H, Oluk C. (2015) Audiovisual associations alter the perception of low-level visual motion. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience. 9: 26
Kafaligonul H, Breitmeyer BG, Öğmen H. (2015) Feedforward and feedback processes in vision. Frontiers in Psychology. 6: 279
Kafaligonul H, Stoner GR. (2012) Static sound timing alters sensitivity to low-level visual motion. Journal of Vision. 12
Kafaligonul H, Stoner GR. (2010) Auditory modulation of visual apparent motion with short spatial and temporal intervals. Journal of Vision. 10: 31
Kafaligönül H, Breitmeyer BG, Ogmen H. (2009) Effects of contrast polarity in paracontrast masking. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 71: 1576-87
Breitmeyer BG, Tapia E, Kafaligönül H, et al. (2008) Metacontrast masking and stimulus contrast polarity. Vision Research. 48: 2433-8
Breitmeyer BG, Kafaligönül H, Oğmen H, et al. (2006) Meta- and paracontrast reveal differences between contour- and brightness-processing mechanisms. Vision Research. 46: 2645-58
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