E-Mail : nihanalpsabanciuniv.edu
Phone : 0216-483-3184
Personal Web :
Title : Faculty Member
Education :

2012-2017


PhD. in Psychology, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven)


 


2010-2012


MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience, Center for Mind/Brain Sciences (CIMeC), University of Trento


 


2005-2010


BA in Psychology, University of Fatih

Work Experience :

2019


University of Lille Lille - Visiting Research Scholar at SCALabs 


2016 - 2017


Stanford University Palo Alto - Visiting Research Scholar at Stanford Vision and Neuro-Development Lab 

Areas of Interest : EEG, SSVEP, frequency tagging, perceptual organization, visual neuroscience
Awards :
  • Using frequency tagged EEG to disentangle the effects of good Gestalt and visibility
    on neural target signals - French Embassy in Turkey  2019
Memberships : Vision Science Society, Brain Research Community
Publications :
SU Öncesi Yayınları:

Alp, N., Kohler P. J., Kogo, N., Wagemans, J., Norcia A. M. 2018. “Measuring integration processes in visual symmetry with Frequency-tagged EEG”, Scientific Reports, 8, 6969.

Alp, N., Nikolaev A. R., Wagemans, J., Kogo, N. 2017. “EEG frequency tagging dissociates between neural processing of motion synchrony and human quality of multiple point-light dancers”, Scientific Reports, 7, 44012.

Alp, N., Kogo, N., Van Belle, G., Wagemans, J., Rossion, B. 2016. “Frequency tagging yields an objective neural signature of Gestalt formation”, Brain and Cognition, 104, 15–24.

Vergeer, M., Kogo, N., Nikolaev A. R., Alp, N., Loozen V., Schraepen B., Wagemans J. 2018. “EEG frequency tagging provides a neural signature of holistic shape representations learned during shape categorization”, Vision Research, 152, 91-100.

Kogo, N., Drozdzewska, A., Zaenen, P., Alp, N., Wagemans, J. 2014. “Depth perception of illusory surfaces”, Vision Research, 96, 53-64.