Fuat Balci

Princeton University, Princeton, NJ 
Interval Timing, Decision-Making, Animal Learning
"Fuat Balci"
Mean distance: 13.24 (cluster 29)


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Charles Randy Gallistel grad student 2002-2007 Rutgers, New Brunswick
 (Risk assessment in mice and men.)
Jonathan D. Cohen post-doc 2008- Princeton
Philip J. Holmes post-doc 2008- Princeton
Dani Brunner research scientist 2006-2008 PsychoGenics


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Ahmet Hoser grad student 2022-2026 University of Manitoba (DevTree)


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Elliot A. Ludvig collaborator 2006- University of Alberta
Patrick A. Simen collaborator 2007- Princeton
Valter Tucci collaborator 2007- Princeton
Ritwik K. Niyogi collaborator 2009- Princeton
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Balcı F, Ünübol H, Grondin S, et al. (2023) Dynamics of retrospective timing: A big data approach. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review. 1-8
Aydoğan T, Karşılar H, Duyan YA, et al. (2023) The timing database: An open-access, live repository for interval timing studies. Behavior Research Methods
Toptaş P, Gür E, Balcı F. (2022) Count-based decision-making in mice: numerosity vs. stimulus control. Animal Cognition
Akbiyik S, Göksun T, Balcı F. (2022) Elucidating the Common Basis for Task-Dependent Differential Manifestations of Category Advantage: A Decision Theoretic Approach. Cognitive Science. 46: e13078
Çavdaroğlu B, Riaz S, Shi Y, et al. (2021) The ventral hippocampus CA3 is critical in regulating timing uncertainty in temporal decision-making. Cell Reports. 34: 108694
Balcı F, Freestone D. (2020) The Peak Interval Procedure in Rodents: A Tool for Studying the Neurobiological Basis of Interval Timing and Its Alterations in Models of Human Disease. Bio-Protocol. 10: e3735
Öztel T, Eskenazi T, Balcı F. (2020) Temporal error monitoring with directional error magnitude judgements: a robust phenomenon with no effect of being watched. Psychological Research
Gür E, Duyan YA, Türkakın E, et al. (2020) Aging impairs perceptual decision-making in mice: integrating computational and neurobiological approaches. Brain Structure & Function. 225: 1889-1902
Akbıyık S, Göksun T, Balcı F. (2020) Cathodal tDCS stimulation of left anterior temporal lobe eliminates cross-category color discrimination response time advantage. Behavioural Brain Research. 112682
Balcı F, Çiçek M, Kucian K, et al. (2020) Editorial: Integrating Time & Number: From Neural Bases to Behavioral Processes Through Development and Disease. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 14: 129
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