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Dejan Draschkow

PhD


Postdoctoral research fellow

My work focuses on understanding the interactions of attention and memory. On one hand, how do we direct attention in memory and what is the nature of this memory space. On the other hand, how are memory representations formed, modulated, and used in a predictive/preparatory fashion when guiding perception and attention. My emphasis is on investigating these cognitive functions in ecologically valid and naturalistic behaviour, using psychophysics, eye-tracking, EEG, and Virtual Reality.

I am based at the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity (OHBA) and affiliated with the Brain & Cognition Lab (Kia Nobre). I teach Statistical Methods & Theory for the Department of Experimental Psychology and I am a Stipendiary Lecturer for St. John’s College.

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