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Caglar Tas

Caglar TasCaglar Tas
M.A. , Bogazici University, Turkey


Caglar received her B.A. with Honors from Bogazici University in Turkey in 2005. During her undergraduate years, she worked with Dr. Ali I. Tekcan on autobiographical memory. She received her M.A. from the same university under the supervision of Dr. Aysecan Boduroglu. Her master's thesis focused on eye movement patterns for same- and different-race faces. In 2008, Caglar joined the Cognitive Psychology Lab at the University of Iowa to work with Dr. Andrew Hollingworth. She is currently finishing her Ph.D. under the supervisions of Dr. Hollingworth and Dr. Cathleen Moore. Her primary research interests are transsaccadic perception, transsaccadic object updating, online object correspondence. During her doctoral training, she also worked on the relationship between overt/covert attention and visual working memory in collaboration with Steven J. Luck at the University of California, Davis.

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