Mehmet Naci Agaoglu

Electrical & Computer Engineering University of Houston, Houston, TX, United States 
Visual psychophysics, neurophysiology
"Mehmet Naci Agaoglu"
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Haluk Ogmen grad student 2010-2015 University of Houston
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Susana Chung post-doc 2015- UC Berkeley
Vallabh E. Das research scientist 2012- University of Houston
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Agaoglu MN, Fung W, Chung STL. (2022) Oculomotor responses of the visual system to an artificial central scotoma may not represent genuine visuomotor adaptation. Journal of Vision. 22: 17
Agaoglu MN, Chung STL. (2020) Exploration of the functional consequences of fixational eye movements in the absence of a fovea. Journal of Vision. 20: 12
Agaoglu MN, Wodecki DJ, Chung STL. (2019) Pre-saccadic isotropization of crowding zones Journal of Vision. 19: 65
Pullela M, Agaoglu MN, Joshi AC, et al. (2018) Neural Plasticity Following Surgical Correction of Strabismus in Monkeys. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 59: 5011-5021
Agaoglu MN, Sheehy CK, Tiruveedhula P, et al. (2018) Suboptimal eye movements for seeing fine details. Journal of Vision. 18: 8
Chung S, Agaoglu M, Krishnan A. (2018) Unifying the Quantification of Fixation Stability Journal of Vision. 18: 1000
Joshi AC, Agaoglu MN, Das VE. (2017) Comparison of Naso-temporal Asymmetry During Monocular Smooth Pursuit, Optokinetic Nystagmus, and Ocular Following Response in Strabismic Monkeys. Strabismus. 1-9
Agaoglu MN, Chung ST. (2017) Interaction between stimulus contrast and pre-saccadic crowding. Royal Society Open Science. 4: 160559
Agaoglu M, Sheehy C, Tiruveedhula P, et al. (2017) Enhancing discrimination of fine spatial details with fixational eye movements: Is there an extra-retinal component? Journal of Vision. 17: 1157
Agaoglu MN, Chung ST. (2016) Can (should) theories of crowding be unified? Journal of Vision. 16: 10
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