Dejan Draschkow
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Seek and you shall remember: Scene semantics interact with visual search to build better memories
D Draschkow, JM Wolfe, MLH Vo
Journal of Vision 14 (8), 10-10, 2014
232014
Scene grammar shapes the way we interact with objects, strengthens memories, and speeds search
D Draschkow, MLH Võ
Scientific reports 7 (1), 16471, 2017
152017
Gist in time: Scene semantics and structure enhance recall of searched objects
EL Josephs, D Draschkow, JM Wolfe, MLH Võ
Acta psychologica 169, 100-108, 2016
122016
Of “what” and “where” in a natural search task: Active object handling supports object location memory beyond the object’s identity
D Draschkow, MLH Võ
Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics 78 (6), 1574-1584, 2016
112016
No evidence from MVPA for different processes underlying the N300 and N400 incongruity effects in object-scene processing
D Draschkow, E Heikel, MLH Võ, CJ Fiebach, J Sassenhagen
Neuropsychologia 120, 9-17, 2018
72018
Cluster‐based permutation tests of MEG/EEG data do not establish significance of effect latency or location
J Sassenhagen, D Draschkow
Psychophysiology, e13335, 2019
52019
The role of scene summary statistics in object recognition
T Lauer, THW Cornelissen, D Draschkow, V Willenbockel, MLH Võ
Scientific reports 8, 2018
52018
Anchoring visual search in scenes: Assessing the role of anchor objects on eye movements during visual search
SEP Boettcher, D Draschkow, E Dienhart, MLH Võ
Journal of vision 18 (13), 11-11, 2018
22018
Reading scenes: How scene grammar guides attention and aids perception in real-world environments
MLH Võ, SEP Boettcher, D Draschkow
Current opinion in psychology, 2019
12019
Active visual search boosts memory for objects, but only when making a scene
EL Josephs, D Draschkow, JM Wolfe, MLH Vo
Journal of Vision 14 (10), 1127-1127, 2014
12014
Task dependent memory recall performance of naturalistic scenes: Incidental memorization during search outperforms intentional scene memorization
D Draschkow, MLH Võ, R Farmer, JM Wolfe
Journal of Vision 13 (9), 329-329, 2013
12013
May the Power Be With You: Pilot Data-Based Simulations for Estimating Power in Mixed Models
L Kumle, D Draschkow, MLH Vo
PERCEPTION 48, 134-134, 2019
2019
Searching Beats Memorizing in Creating Memory Representations for Objects in Realistic Virtual Environments
J Helbing, D Draschkow, MLH Vo
PERCEPTION 48, 151-151, 2019
2019
Semantic Processing in Scenes and Sentences: Investigating Shared Neural Patterns Using MVPA
D Draschkow, E Heikel, MLH Vo, C Fiebach, J Sassenhagen
PERCEPTION 48, 112-113, 2019
2019
The Impact of Semantical Relations on Template Activation
S Reinecke, D Draschkow, S Boettcher, MLH Vo
PERCEPTION 48, 114-115, 2019
2019
Investigating Viewpoint Dependence in Object Recognition Using Depth Rotated 3D Models in a Sequential Matching Task
A Kallmayer, D Draschkow, MLH Vo
PERCEPTION 48, 114-114, 2019
2019
Anchor Objects Predict Search Performance in Real-World Scenes
MLH Vo, S Boettcher, D Draschkow
PERCEPTION 48, 210-210, 2019
2019
Searching for Meaning: Using Pseudoword Cues to Investigate the Formation of New Object-Word-Connections in Virtual Reality
L Voelker, D Draschkow, MLH Vo
PERCEPTION 48, 88-88, 2019
2019
All Beginnings Are Difficult: Repeated Search Through Virtual Reality Environments
D Staenicke, D Draschkow, MLH Vo
PERCEPTION 48, 150-150, 2019
2019
Cued by the bzzzzzzzz?! The influence of object sounds on visual search and memory performance
C Seidel, D Draschkow, M Vo
Journal of Vision 18 (10), 814-814, 2018
2018
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