# Complexity of Turing self-reducibility of Clique problem?

I'm interested in the complexity of self reducibility of a variant clique problem. Namely, the NP-complete problem HALF Clique: given a graph on $N$ nodes, Is there a clique of size $N/2$ in the graph?

How hard is it to reduce an instance of HALF CLIQUE of input size $2N$ to an instance of size $N$ using Turing reduction? Is there a Cook reduction? I'm looking for references for upper bounds and lower bounds on the complexity of Turing reductions of this type.