In the end, the only sure criterion is
to have fun.
Edward C. Tolman
Last updated:
January, 2009

e-mail: e_v_pech@mtu-net.ru

Russian version

Born July 19, 1979.

M.Sc. in psychology — Lomonosov Moscow State University, 2001

Diploma thesis ‘The Role of Attention in Complicational Effect’ (2001) accomplished at the Lab of Cognitive Processes, supervised by Yu.B. Dormashev, Ph.D., and V.Ya. Romanov, Ph.D.

2001 — 2004 — Ph.D. student at the Department of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

2008 —Ph.D. in Psychology. Thesis ‘Types and mechanisms of temporal displacements in temporal order perception’ was accomplished with scientific advisory of prof. Vladimir V. Ljubimov, D.Sc.

Since 2003 — a research officer at Perception Lab, Department of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University.

Since 2004 — a head of the Chair of Academic Psychology at Institute of Practical Psychology and Psychoanalysis.

2007-2008 — a visiting researcher at Mollylab, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT. Visit is supported by Fulbright Faculty Development Program of academic exchange (FFDP).

The coordinator of Moscow Cognitive Science Seminar and the web-master of the Virtual CogLab.

Research interests in cognitive psychology and cognitive science: Methods of experimental psychological research in interdisciplinary areas. Human perception and attention. Visual awareness. Change blindness. Repetition blindness. Microgenesis of visual and multimodal perception. Binding problem. Temporal order perception and the nature of temporal displacements. Illusory conjunctions in temporal domain (intrusion errors). Temporal-order judgements (TOJ). Visual search in temporal domain. Top-down influences on visual processing. Accommodation of attention. Metacontrast masking as a correlate of dyslexia. Verb lexicalization in Russian verbs of motion. Verbal working memory assesment (reading span).


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