1 CURRICULUM VITAE Assistant Professor Zeynel Baran (PhD) Phone Number: Address: Hacettepe University Beytepe Campus Department of Psychology, 06800, Ankara, Turkey Education Date of Graduation Degree Major Institution 2011 Doctoral Degree (Ph.D) Experimental Psychology Hacettepe University Department of Psychology, Ankara, Turkey 2006 Master of Science (MSc) Experimental Psychology Hacettepe University Department of Psychology, Ankara, Turkey 1999 Bachelor of Science (BS) Psychology Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey 1999 Minor Biology Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
2 Academic Employment Years Title Institution 2014-now Assistant Professor Hacettepe University Department of Psychology Lecturer Hacettepe University Department of Psychology Research Assistant Hacettepe University Department of Psychology Graduate Theses: a) Doctoral Dissertation (PhD in Experimental Psychology) (Please see the abstract at the end of CV) Baran, Z. (2011). Comparison of Emotional Memory Performances among Young, Healthy Elder, and Alzheimer s Type Dementia Groups (Doctoral dissertation). Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey. b) Master Thesis (Unpublished) (Please see the abstract at the end of CV) Baran, Z. (2006). The Effects of the Expectancy on the Event-Related Potentials and Event- Related Oscillations Recorded from the Brain (Master s thesis). Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey. Publications a. Articals in International Refereed Journals Baskak, B., Baran, Z., Ozguven, H.D., Karaboga, I., Oner, O., Ozel Kizil, E.T., & Hosgoren, Y. (2015). Prefrontal activity measured by functional near infrared spectroscopy during probabilistic inference in subjects with persecutory delusions. Schizophrenia Research, 161: DOI: Baran, Z., Cangöz, B. & Özel-Kızıl, T. (2014). The impact of aging and Alzheimer s disease on emotional enhancement of memory. European Neurology, 72: DOI: /
3 Karakaş, S., Baran, Z., Ozkan Ceylan, A., Tileylioglu, E., Tali, T. & Karakaş, H.M. (2013). A comprehensive neuropsychological mapping battery for functional magnetic resonance imaging. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 90, Cangöz, B., Altun, A., Aşkar, P., Baran, Z., & Mazman, S.G. (2013). Examining the visual screening patterns of emotional facial expressions with gender, age and lateralization. Journal of Eye Movement Research, 6(4):3, Özel-Kızıl, E.T., Duman, B., Altıntaş, Ö., Kırıcı, S., Baştuğ, G., Baran, Z., & Altunöz, U. (2013). Investigation of the Psychometric Properties of the Turkish Form Of Subjective Memory Complaints Questionnaire (in Turkish). Turkish Journal of Geriatrics, 16(2), Cangöz, B., Kutsal-Gökçe, Y., Özel-Kızıl, T., & Baran, Z. (2012). Comparison of General Cognitive Functions, Memory, Depression and Daily Living Activities in Elderly Patients (in Turkish). Turkish Journal of Geriatrics, 15(3), b. Articles in National Refereed Journals: Karakaş, S., Baran, Z., Özkan, A., Erdemir, C. (2006). Effect of Correct Responses to Response-Locked Event-Related Potentials (in Turkish). New Symposium, 44 (2), c. Presented / Published National Conference Paper Baran, Z., Cangöz, B., Talı, T., Karaman, Y., Güryıldırım, M., Kayali, N., Koç, M., Öncü, F., & Öner, Y. (2014). Emotional Information Processing in Alzheimer s Type Dementia: A fmri Study (In Turkish- Oral presentation). 18 th National Psychology Congress April, Uludağ University, Bursa, Turkey. Onay, A., Baran, Z., Talı, E.T. (2011) Comparison of Three Different fmri Language Tasks with respect to Their Language Lateralization Patterns. 28 October - 2 November, 32nd National Radiology Congress, Antalya. Baran, Z., Karakaş, S. (2007). Rindlerin Akşamı : Yahya Kemal Beyatlı Poem and Its effect on Brain s Electrical Activity (In Turkish). Nevin Önberk: Symposium of New Turkish Researchs. Ankara: Bizim Büro. d. Presented / Published International Conference Paper Cangöz, B., Altun, A., Aşkar, P., Baran, Z. & Mazman, G. (August 2011). Do the valance of emotional faces effect on eye-track measurements? (Oral Presentation). 16th European Conference on Eye Movements (ECEM 2011), University of Provence, Marseille, France. Baran, Z. & Cangöz, B. (July 2011). Effect of subliminal presentation on remembrance performance of emotional pictures and neutral words (Oral Presentation).12th European Congress of Psychology (ECP 2011), Lütfü Kırdar Congress Center, Istanbul, Turkey.
4 Baran Z., Karakaş H.M., Karakaş, S. (September 2008). Mapping visual, auditory, sensorymotor modalities and emotional arousal (Oral Presentation). 14th World Congress of Psychophysiology. The Olympics of the Brain. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 69(3), 183. e. Sections in Books Karakaş, S., Baran, Z. (2010). Electrical Activity of Brain: Concepts, Processes, Events, and Analysis Techniques (Chapter 6) (In Turkish). N. Yüksel (Ed.) Temel Psikofarmakoloji. Ankara: Tuna Matbaacılık. ss Karakaş, S., Doğutepe Dinçer, E., Özkan Ceylan, A., Baran, Z. (2008). Cognitive Processes Measured by Neuropsychological Tests Standardized in Turkey: Update in BILNOT Battery (Chapter 42) (In Turkish). S. Karakaş (Ed.), Kognitif Nörobilimler. Ankara: MN Medikal & Nobel. Bulletin f. Other Publications Baran, Z. (2011). Aging with Pleasant Memories, Hacettepe University Bulletin of Research and Application Center of Sciences (Gebam), Ankara. Posters Hazan, B., Kurylo D.D., Baran, Z., Zhao, X. (2014-May). Stimulus Features Contributing to Perceptual Organization of Complex Scenes (Poster Presentation: ). Vision Sciences Society,14th Annual Meeting, TradeWinds Island Resorts, St. Pete Beach, Florida. Duman, B. Ozel-Kizil, E.T., Baran, Z., Kirici, S., Turan, E. & (2011). P17.3 Investigation of subjective memory complaints and objective memory deficit in elderly patients with major depression and mild cognitive impairment, 21st Alzheimer Europe Conference, October , Warsaw, Poland. Baran, Z., Karakaş, H.M., Karakaş, S., Bilir, E. (Kasım 2009). Epilepsi olgularında reseptif dile ilişkin aktivasyon örüntüsü farklılıklarının fonksiyonel manyetik rezonans görüntüleme ile incelenmesi. 30. Ulusal Radyoloji Kongresi, Antalya (E565). Karakaş, H.M., Onay, A., Baran, Z., Talı, E.T., Karakaş, S. (September 2009). Voxel-based morphometry on an uncontaminated sample does not indicate gray matter reduction in attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Neuroradiology, 51 (Suppl. 1), 166. Mangina, C.A., Karakas, S., Baran, Z., Özkan Ceylan, A., Doğutepe Dinçer, E., Karakaş, H.M., Beuzeron-Mangina, H. (September 2009). Investigation of the Mangina-Test with FMRI in children afflicted with ADHD-Combined type. Neuroradiology, 51 (Suppl. 1), 94.
5 Karakaş S., Baran, Z., Doğutepe Dinçer, E., Özkan Ceylan, A., Tali, E.T., Karakaş, H.M. (September 2008). A hybrid technique of source localization using electroencephalography and structural magnetic resonance imaging: EEG/ERP-MRI. 14th World Congress of Psychophysiology. The Olympics of the Brain. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 69(3), 160. Karakas, S., Doğutepe Dinçer, E., Özkan Ceylan, A., Baran, Z., Karakaş, H.M. (September 2009). Confounding effects of magnetic fields and gradient noise of MRI scanner on multimodal MR-Electroencephalography. Neuroradiology, 51 (Suppl. 1), 103. Karakaş, S., Gürbüz, O. Baran, Z., Doğutepe Dinçer, E., Özkan Ceylan, A. (September 2008). The effects of classical turkish music on the oscillatory responses of the brain. 14th World Congress of Psychophysiology. The Olympics of the Brain. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 69(3), 292. Baran, Z., Doğutepe Dinçer, E., Özkan Ceylan, A., Talı, E.T., Karakaş, H.M., Karakaş, S. (February, 2008). Source localization of oddball paradigm components: Comparison of electrophysiological activity recorded in standart electrophysiology laboratory and in magnetic resonance imaging environment (In Turkish). Workshop of Brain Biophysic II with Young Scientists: Brain Asymmetry and Multidisciplinary Approach in Cognitive Measurements (p. 30), İzmir. Baran, Z., Karakaş, S. (2006). The effect of anticipation of upcoming events on event-related oscillations. 13th World Congress of Psychophysiology. The Olympics of the Brain. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 61(3), 370. Baran, Z., Karakaş, S. (2006). The effect of level of attention and semanticity on the evoked and induced gamma responses. 13th World Congress of Psychophysiology. The Olympics of the Brain, İstanbul. Bekçi, B., Baran, Z., Özkan, A., Karakaş, S. (2006). Does the computerized and conventional presentation of neuropsychological tests represent similar cognitive processes. 13th World Congress of Psychophysiology. The Olympics of the Brain. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 61(3), 344. Karakas, S., Baran, Z., Bekci, B. (2006). The problem of the locus of effect: Stimulus congruence and response accuracy affects both stimulus-related and response-related oscillatory rhythms.13th World Congress of Psychophysiology (IOP). International Journal of Psychophysiology,61, 315. Karakaş, S., Baran, Z., Özkan, A. (2006). The effect of response accuracy on responselocked event-related potentials. 13th World Congress of Psychophysiology. The Olympics of the Brain. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 61(3), 370.
6 Projects Completed Research Projects Supporter: The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey Project Title: Comparison of Emotional Memory Performances of Young, Healthy Elder and Alzheimer s Type Dementia Groups Project No: SOBAG-109K326 Dates: Role: Assistant Researcher Project Leader: Prof. Dr. Banu Cangöz Project Volume: TL Supporter: Hacettepe University Scientific Research Unit Project Title: The Representation Of Inhibıtion In Behavior,Cognition And Electrical Activity Of The Brain Project No: HÜ-BAB 08D (4033) Dates: Role: Assistant Researcher Project Leader: Prof. Dr. Sirel Karakaş Project Volume: 6035 TL Supporter: The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey Project Title: Study of Cognitive Processes with Event-Related Potential and Event- Related Oscillations Project No: SOBAG-105K137 Dates: Role: Assistant Researcher Project Leader: Prof. Dr. Sirel Karakaş Project Volume: 15000TL Supporter: Hacettepe University Scientific Research Unit Project Title: Analysis of Representations of Neuropsychological Test Performances in Brain with Brain Mapping, Event-Related Potential and Event-Related Oscillations Project No: HUAF-99K Dates: Role: Assistant Researcher Project Leader: Prof. Dr. Sirel Karakaş Project Volume:
7 Prizes/Awards Karakaş, S., Doğutepe Dinçer, E., Özkan Ceylan, A., Baran, Z., Karakaş, H.M., and Talı, E.T. 34th European Society of Neuroradiology, ESNR, (2009) "Cum Lauda Diagnostic Neuroradiology" award, Confounding Effects of Magnetic Fields and Gradient Noise of MRI Scanner on Multimodal MR-Encephalography poster presentation. Baran, Z., Karakaş, H.M., Karakaş, S. (October, 2008). Development of Learning Task for functional MRI Battery of TURCONS-4 (In Turkish). 29th National Radiology Congress, Türk Radyoloji Bülteni, 14(1), E411 (P-581). 29th National Radiology Congress "Mention Award" Baran, Z., Doğutepe Dinçer, E., Özkan Ceylan, A., Talı, E.T., Karakaş, H.M., Karakaş, S. (February, 2008). Source localization of oddball paradigm components: Comparison of electrophysiological activity recorded in standart electrophysiology laboratory and in magnetic resonance imaging environment (In Turkish). Workshop of Brain Biophysic II with Young Scientists: Brain Asymmetry and Multidisciplinary Approach in Cognitive Measurements, Best Multidisciplinary Approach Award. Karakaş, S., Doğutepe, E., Çakmak, E.D., Baran, Z., Özkan Ceylan, A., Tüfekçi, İ., Arıkan. O. (2007). Time-frequency analysis of neuroelectric responses obtained under the standards paradigms of psychophysiology (In Turkish). Workshop of Brain Biophysic I with Young Scientists: Constraints and solution seekings, Best Multidisciplinary Working Award. Baran. Z. (2006). Effects of Expectation on Event-Related Potentials and Event-Related Oscillations Recored from Brain (In Turkish). Hacettepe University Social Sciences Institude Most Successful Master Thesis Award Association Memberships Turkish Psychological Association International Organization of Psychophysiology (IOP) Courses Given in Last Two Years Year Course Code Course Name Spring PSL 317 PSL 313 PSL 409 PSL Fall Spring SEÇ 364 PSL 105 PSL 618 PSL 712 PSL 317 PSL 313 Physiological Psychology Computer Applied Statistics Neuropsychology Experiment Technology and Design in Cognitive Psy. General Psychology Research Methods Selected Topics in Neuroimaging Advanced Applications in Neuroimaging Physiological Psychology Computer Applied Statistics
8 PSL 319 PSL 108 PSL Fall PSL Fall Spring Fall Research Interests PSL 101 PSI 607 PSI 221 PSI 101 PSI 634 PSI 101 PSI 607 PSI 401 PSI 101 Laboratory Techniques in Psychology Basic Psychology Neuropsychology Computer Applied Statistics (2 Sections) Introduction to Psychology Research Methods Learning Introduction to Psychology (2 Sections) Statistics in Research Introduction to Psychology (3 Sections) Research Methods Current Studies in Psychology: Cognitive Neurosciences Introduction to Psychology Cognitive Neurosciences Emotion Research Methods Biological Signal Processing Abilities, Skills and Programs Visual Basic E-Prime (advance level) SPSS (Statistic package, advance level) Scan Acquire/Edit/Stim (EEG/ERP data acquisition/edit/presentation system, advance level) MatLab (moderate level) BrainVoyager (fmri data processing program, advance level) SPM8 fmri toolbox (fmri data processing program, moderate level) Tobii Eye Tracker T120 (data processing in advance level) ETG 4000 (functional Near Infrared Spectroscopy (fnirs), moderate level) Pro-comp Infiniti (Galvanic Skin Response recorder- advance level) MS Office Excel (advance level) I am very open to international projects. If given opportunity, I can process previously taken data (fmri or VBA), or I can attend to projects from scratch.
9 Scope of Life I was born 1973 of August in a small village of Ankara, Turkey. I finished primary, secondary and high schools in Ankara, also. My university education lasted longer than usual because of my curiosity to different disciplines especially to the biology and cognitive sciences. Amazed by the secrecy of life and complexity of brain, I find readings and works about the brain related material always very interesting. I have also one clear acceptation (motto) regarding to the mind/brain: to understand the mind, all about the functions generated by the organ of brain such as sensing, perceiving, understanding, deciding, acting, thinking, and feeling (emotions) have organic basis, that is organ of brain. Mind is an emergent property of complexity of synapses in neural networks. Secrecy of mind is a matter of computational power. In the graduate years, I also took courses from the cognitive sciences and statistics. My thesis was about the electrophysiology of expectation phenomena. During expectation, there was alpha and theta synchronization (unpublished) prior to expected event. On the other hand, in my PhD, I tried to get the answer to the question about whether the memory enhancement effect of the emotional stimuli was preserved in Alzheimer s disease patients. Currently, I am employed in Psychology Department of Hacettepe University as lecturer. I have teaching courses such as Introduction to Psychology, Learning, Cognitive Neuroscience, Statistics in Psychology, and Research Methods.
10 Doctoral Dissertation (PhD in Experimental Psychology, In Press) ABSTRACT BARAN, Zeynel. Comparison of Emotional Memory Performances among Young, Healthy Elder, and Alzheimer s Type Dementia Groups, Doctoral Dissertation, Ankara, The main aim of this study is to reveal factors that can affect the emotional memory performance and to indicate how this performance is being affected in Alzheimer s Type Dementia (ATD), a disorder characterized with aging and immense memory loss. With respect to this purpose, two experimental studies are designed. In the Experiment I, emotional valence (pleasant, neutral and unpleasant) of pictures and words are manipulated in order to examine the results of this manipulation on emotional performance indexed by measurements such as encoding, free recall, recognition, and reaction times. The effect of emotional contexts produced by words for pictures and vice versa on encoding and memory measurements are also tested. In the Experiment II, how subliminal (SB) and supraliminal (SP) presentations and emotional valence of the context affect implicit and explicit memories are also studied. Experiment I consists of 90 participants in three groups as young (30), healthy elder (30), and ATD (30) groups. On the other hand, Experiment II has 30 young participants at the each of SB and SP conditions. In Experiment I, Emotional Memory Battery consist of 63 pictures (pleasant, neutral and unpleasant) chosen from International Affective Picture System (IAPS) and 63 adjective words (pleasant, neutral and unpleasant) are used. In Experiment II, 24 of pictures (8 pleasant, 8 neutral and 8 unpleasant) are selected in Experiment I. For this part of the study 24 different nouns (all concrete) are used. For Experiment I, all dependent variable measurements were analysed with 3(Group: Young, healthy elder and ATD) x 3(Emotional Valence of Picture: Pleasant, neutral and unpleasant) x 3(Emotional Valence of Word: Pleasant, neutral and unpleasant) mixed ANOVA design repeated at last two factors. For Experiment II, all dependent variable measurements were analysed with 2(Presentation Type: Subliminal and Supraliminal) x 3(Emotional Valence: Pleasant, neutral and unpleasant) mixed ANOVA design repeated at last factor. Bonferroni correction was applied in post hoc comparisons. Data was collected with 15 inch laptop computer.
11 Analyses indicate that memory enhancement effect was there for all three groups including ATD. Generally, context that was produced by negative stimuli affected emotional memory performance more and in a better way than other context types such as positive and neutral ones. In addition, participants remembrance scores were better if both context and stimulus were congruent than incongruent. Also, reaction times of participants to pleasant stimuli were quick but unpleasant ones were slow. Pictures had superior remembrance scores than words. In Experiment II, Word Stem Completion Task scores are higher in SP condition than SB condition. At both conditions, participants completed more words if the words had been previously showed with negative pictures than had been showed with pozitive or neutral pictures. Therefore, priming effect was higher for words presented with negative pictures than other word-picture combinations. Results provide supports to the fact that levels of processing theory can explain findings in implicit tasks such as word stem completion task. Results of the study are discussed with respect to Socioemotional Selectivity Theory, emotional memory enhancement effect and levels of processing theory. Key Words: Emotional Memory, Emotional Context Effect, Memory Enhancement Effect, Positivity Bias, Negativity Bias, IAPS, Alzheimer s Type Dementia, Subliminal Presentation, Word Stem Coxpletion Task, Levels of Processing Theory
12 Master Thesis (Unpublished) Baran, Z. (2006). The Effects of the Expectancy on the Event-Related Potentials and Event- Related Oscillations Recorded from the Brain (Master s thesis). Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey. ABSTRACT BARAN, Zeynel. Effects of the Expectancy on the Event-Related Potentials and Event- Related Oscillations Recorded from Brain, Master Thesis, Ankara, Anticipating incoming events and exhibiting response or response sets are crucial to the survival of organisms. The expectancy that is developed when anticipating an event is important both for processes related to the perception of the event and processes related to the selection of the appropriate motor response. The aim of the study was to investigate the electrophysiological basis of expectation in an organism with a high level of cognitive capacity, such as in the humans. Brain s electrophysiology was studied in the present study in the form of event-related potentials (ERPs) and event-related oscillations (EROs). The sample consisted of 33 healthy, right handed university students (18 females and 15 males). To create expectancy effect, the 5 th stimulus after every 4 th stimulus was omitted in all the following four paradigms. In two of the paradigms (S1/BP, S4/BP), sinusoidal pure tones were used as stimulus. In the other two paradigms (M1/BP and M4/BP), meaningful stimuli were used. Pure tones had 0.5 s duration and 65 db sound pressure level. In S1/BP, pure tones were in one of the following frequencies: 1500 Hz, 2000 Hz, 2500 Hz ve 3000 Hz. In S4/BP, all four frequencies were used in four different patterns. For the meaningful stimuli, four verses of a poem were used. In M1/BP one verse of the poem was used; in M4/BP, all four verses were used. Duration of the words and the sound pressure levels could change for each word (62-65 db) because of prosody effect. The task of the participants was to guess the time point of the 5 th omitted stimulus. Electrophysiological recordings were taken using a 32-channel preamplificator. The electrodes were made of sintered Ag-Ag/Cl and referenced to the linked mastoids. Recordings were filtered online between 0.1 Hz and 100 Hz (3 db down, 12 db / oct) at an analog-digital conversion rate of 500 Hz.
13 Discriminant analyses showed that N100 had the highest predictive value for levels of the paradigm at Fz and Cz electrode locations; and P300 and N200 components had the highest predictive value at the Pz electrode location. These findings support the findings in the related literature according to which the N100 component is related to passive and indirectly to also the active attention. P300 amplitude increased from the 2nd stimulus to the 4th stimulus at the Pz electrode location. This change suggested an increased focused attention and readiness to respond as the time of the omitted stimulus approaches. N400 component showed a frontocentral distribution and its amplitude decreased as the 4th stimulus approached. These findings suggested that N400 reflects complex stimulus evaluation and processes related to memory search and scan. Phase-reordering was found at the alpha and theta bands. This indicates that participants can produce omitted stimulus internally at the time point where stimulus should have occurred. Power spectral analysis of the total recording time showed that theta power decreased from 2nd to the 4th stimulus. However, alpha 1 power increased from the 2nd to the 4th stimulus. However, analyses covering only the prestimulus period showed that both theta and the alpha power increased from the 2nd stimulus to the 4th stimulus. These results showed that increased readiness to respond and expectation state of the brain as the time point of the omitted stimulus approaches can be represented not only by the by the event-related potentials but also the event-related oscillations of the brain. Keywords: Omitted stimulus paradigm, expectancy, N100, P300, N400, theta response, alpha response, event-related potentials, event-related oscillations
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