Natalia Melnik, MS (PhD Student)
Natalia Melnik received her M.Sc. in Cognitive Science from Middle East
Technical University in 2015. During her studies she was involved in EEG
research, working on the suppression of semantic interference during an
auditory working memory task. Her research interests include attention,
crowding, and reading studied by means of psychophysics, eye-tracking,
Melnik N., Coates D.R., Sayim B. (2018). Emergent features in the crowding zone: When target-flanker grouping surmounts crowding. Journal of Vision. September 2018, Vol. 18, 19. doi:10.1167/18.9.19. http://jov.arvojournals.org/article.aspx?articleid=2703422
Melnik N., Mapelli I., Özkurt T. E. (2017). Modulation of alpha oscillations is required for the suppression of semantic interference. Neurobiology of learning and memory, 144, 11-18.
Melnik N., Coates D.R., Sayim B. (2018). Too good to be crowded: A peculiar case of weak crowding with high target-flanker similarity. ECVP, 26 August - 01 September 2018, Italy, Trieste.
Melnik N., Coates D.R., Sayim B. (2017). Emergent features in the crowding zone. ECVP, 27 - 31 August 2017, Germany, Berlin.
Coates D.R., Yildirim, Z., Melnik N., Sayim B. (2017). Deconstructing peripheral appearance. ECVP, 27 - 31 August 2017, Germany, Berlin.
Sayim B., Melnik N., Yildirim Z., Coates D.R. (2017). Creating peripheral shape metamers. ECVP, 27 - 31 August 2017, Germany, Berlin.
Mapelli I., Melnik N.,Özkurt T.E. (2015). Alpha activity in the posterior
regions distinguishes visual false memories and other memory errors,
OHBM, Hawaii, USA
Melnik N., Mapelli I., Özkurt T.E.(2015). Alpha activity reflects semantic
interference resolution in an auditory working memory task, OHBM,