Postdoctoral research fellow
Dejan’s work focuses on understanding the interactions of attention and memory. That is, how attention is directed in memory and what the nature of this memory space is. But also, how memory representations are formed, modulated, and used in a predictive fashion when guiding perception and attention. His emphasis is on investigating these cognitive functions in ecologically valid and naturalistic behaviour, using psychophysics, eye-tracking, EEG, and Virtual Reality.
Dejan is based in the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity (OHBA) and affiliated with the Brain & Cognition Lab. He teaches Statistical Methods & Theory for the Department of Experimental Psychology and is a Stipendiary Lecturer for St. John’s College.
Moving foraging into three dimensions: Feature- versus conjunction-based foraging in virtual reality.
Kristjánsson T. et al, (2020), Q J Exp Psychol (Hove)