I work as a researcher at Institute of Psychology, The Czech Academy of Sciences in Prague. I am interested in human vision, attention and memory. Currently I work on following research problems:
- When asked to remember a photograph: what do we actually remember?
- To what extent do we perceive and remember distance and shape information in a scene?
- Can a long-term isolation change the way how we perceive space and perspective?
- Lukavský, J., & Děchtěrenko, F. (2017). Visual properties and memorising scenes: Effects of image-space sparseness and uniformity. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 79(7), 2044–2054.
- Tiainen, M., Lukavský, J., Tiippana, K., Vainio, M., Šimko, J., Felisberti, F., & Vainio, L. (2017). Connections of Grasping and Horizontal Hand Movements with Articulation in Czech Speakers. Frontiers in Psychology, 8.
- Děchtěrenko, F., Lukavský, J., & Holmqvist, K. (2017). Flipping the stimulus: Effects on scanpath coherence? Behavior Research Methods, 49(1), 382–393.
- Lukavský, J., Děchtěrenko, F. (2016). Gaze position lagging behind scene content in multiple object tracking: Evidence from forward and backward presentations. Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics, 78 (8), 2456-2468.
- Lukavský, J. (2014). Changes in boundary extension effect during spatial confinement. Visual Cognition, 22(7), 996-1012.