Mehmet Naci Agaoglu

Affiliations: 
Electrical & Computer Engineering University of Houston, Houston, TX, United States 
Area:
Visual psychophysics, neurophysiology
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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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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
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 MN, Chung ST. (2016) Can (should) theories of crowding be unified? Journal of Vision. 16: 10
Agaoglu MN, Clarke AM, Herzog MH, et al. (2016) Motion-based nearest vector metric for reference frame selection in the perception of motion. Journal of Vision. 16: 14
Agaoglu S, Agaoglu MN, Das VE. (2015) Motion Information via the Nonfixating Eye Can Drive Optokinetic Nystagmus in Strabismus. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 56: 6423-32
Agaoglu S, Agaoglu MN, Breitmeyer B, et al. (2015) A Statistical Perspective to Visual Masking. Vision Research
Agaoglu MN, Herzog MH, Öğmen H. (2015) Field-like interactions between motion-based reference frames. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 77: 2082-97
Agaoglu MN, Herzog MH, Öğmen H. (2015) The effective reference frame in perceptual judgments of motion direction. Vision Research. 107: 101-12
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