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 a Departmental Lecturer at the Department of Experimental Psychology, a Stipendiary Lecturer for St. John’s College and affiliated with the Oxford Centre for Human Brain Activity (OHBA). He teaches the Core Practical for undergraduate students and Statistical Methods & Theory for graduates.
Estimating power in (generalized) linear mixed models: An open introduction and tutorial in R
Kumle L. et al, (2021), Behavior Research Methods
Keeping it real: Looking beyond capacity limits in visual cognition.
Kristjánsson Á. and Draschkow D., (2021), Atten Percept Psychophys
Get Your Guidance Going: Investigating the Activation of Spatial Priors for Efficient Search in Virtual Reality
Beitner J. et al, (2021), Brain Sciences, 11, 44 - 44
Moving foraging into three dimensions: Feature- versus conjunction-based foraging in virtual reality.
Kristjánsson T. et al, (2020), Q J Exp Psychol (Hove)