Dejan Draschkow

Affiliations: 
Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main 
Area:
vision, memory, attention
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Parents

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Melissa L-H Vo grad student 2014-2017
Jeremy M. Wolfe research scientist 2012-2013
Ben Tatler research scientist 2014-2014 University of Aberdeen, UK

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Arni Kristjansson collaborator 2018-
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Boettcher SEP, Draschkow D, Dienhart E, et al. (2018) Anchoring visual search in scenes: Assessing the role of anchor objects on eye movements during visual search. Journal of Vision. 18: 11
Lauer T, Cornelissen THW, Draschkow D, et al. (2018) The role of scene summary statistics in object recognition. Scientific Reports. 8: 14666
Draschkow D, Heikel E, Võ ML, et al. (2018) No evidence from MVPA for different processes underlying the N300 and N400 incongruity effects in object-scene processing. Neuropsychologia. 120: 9-17
Draschkow D, Reinecke S, Cunningham CA, et al. (2018) Author accepted manuscript: The Lower Bounds of Massive Memory: Investigating memory for object details after incidental encoding. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 1747021818783722
Draschkow D, Võ ML. (2017) Scene grammar shapes the way we interact with objects, strengthens memories, and speeds search. Scientific Reports. 7: 16471
Josephs EL, Draschkow D, Wolfe JM, et al. (2016) Gist in time: Scene semantics and structure enhance recall of searched objects. Acta Psychologica. 169: 100-108
Draschkow D, Võ ML. (2016) Of "what" and "where" in a natural search task: Active object handling supports object location memory beyond the object's identity. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics. 78: 1574-84
Draschkow D, Wolfe JM, Võ ML. (2014) Seek and you shall remember: scene semantics interact with visual search to build better memories. Journal of Vision. 14: 10
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