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Jelena Sučević

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Research Interests

My research focuses on understanding the mechanisms of semantic organisation, with particular attention to the acquisition of new semantic information in infants and adults.
I am particularly interested in the significant role that sleep plays in memory consolidation and the generalisation of newly-acquired semantic information. I am also investigating the role of attentional strategies in concept formation and memory.
In my research, I use a combination of eye-tracking, EEG and polysomnography experimental methods, and I am developing computational models (using a connectionist modelling approach) to complement my empirical work. 
In addition, I also work part-time as a Research Assistant in the Language & Brain Laboratory in the Faculty of Linguistics, Philology & Phonetics at Oxford to help explore how the brain processes language.

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