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Andrey Chetverikov

  • Ph.D.
  • Postdoc
  • University of Iceland
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Research interests

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Co-authors (8)

Publications (5)

  • Blame everyone: Error-related devaluation in Eriksen flanker task

    • Chetverikov A
    • Iamschinina P
    • Begler A
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  • Set size manipulations reveal the boundary conditions of perceptual ensemble learning

    • Chetverikov A
    • Campana G
    • Kristjánsson Á
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  • Building ensemble representations: How the shape of preceding distractor distributions affects visual search

    • Chetverikov A
    • Campana G
    • Kristjánsson Á
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  • Ensemble perception involves more than means and standard deviations: Mapping internal probabilities density functions with priming of pop-out

    • Chetverikov A
    • Campana G
    • Kristjánsson Á
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  • Seeing "the Dress" in the Right Light: Perceived Colors and Inferred Light Sources

    • Chetverikov A
    • Ivanchei I
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Professional experience

Postdoc

Haskoli Islands

October 2015 - Present

Researcher

Laboratory for Cognitive Research, Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

January 2015 - Present

Researcher

Saint-Petersburg State University, Department of Psychology

January 2010 - Present

Engineer

Saint-Petersburg State University, Department of Psychology

July 2009 - January 2010(6 months)

Education history

Ph.D.

Saint-Petersburg State University, Faculty of Psychology

September 2011 - October 2014(3 years)

MSc

Saint-Petersburg State University, Faculty of Psychology

September 2009 - June 2011(2 years)

Bachelor of Psychology

Saint-Petersburg State University, Faculty of Psychology

September 2005 - June 2009(4 years)