I am a PhD Student in the Cognitive Neuropsychology Laboratory at Harvard working with Professor Alfonso Caramazza. I hold a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Bogazici University, Turkey and a Master’s in Cognitive Psychology form Koc University, Turkey. In the past, I studied a range of topics including language and conceptual development, gesture and language production in people with brain damage, and the neural mechanisms underlying categorical color perception. During my graduate research, I aim to explore the cognitive and neural mechanisms underlying conceptual representations and language.
- Cathodal tDCS Stimulation of Left Anterior Temporal Lobe Eliminates Cross-Category Color Discrimination Response Time Advantage
- Decomposing color categorization and discrimination with the Hierarchical Bayesian estimation of the Drift Diffusion Model
- The relationship between co-speech gesture production and macrolinguistic discourse abilities in people with focal brain injury
- Differential bilateral primary motor cortex tDCS fails to modulate choice bias and readiness in perceptual decision making