CONTACT DETAILS

Ivana Jakovljev

Department of Psychology

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad

Dr Zorana Đinđića 2

21000 Novi Sad

tel/fax: +381 21 458 948

e-mail: jakovljev.ivana@yahoo.com

 

EDUCATION

Diploma

2011

MSc in Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

2010

BA in Psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad, Serbia

Thesis supervisor: Petar Milin

Thesis title: Relations between writing style and personality traits

CAREER

Academic

2015

Teaching assistant lecturing subject in Psychology, Faculty of Sport and Tourism, Educons University

2015

Junior researcher at Horizon 2020: EU project 653811 – CITYCoP – GAP-653811, 2015–2018.

Junior researcher at Horizon 2020: EU project 653748 – CARISMAND – GAP-653748, 2015–2018.

2012

Teaching assistant, lecturing subjects in Psychology (Memory and learning, Perception, Introduction to cognitive neuroscience), Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad

2010

Researcher, Laboratory for experimental psychology, Faculty of Philosophy, University of Novi Sad

RESEARCH INTERESTS

 

Color perception

 

Visual search

 

Lightness

 

Forensic psycholinguistics

TEACHING

 

Courses

Undergraduate studies:

Perception

Memory and learning,

Introduction to cognitive neuroscience, 

Cognitive psychology,

Psychology of motivation and emotion,

Psychology of learining

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Jakovljev, I., & Milin, P. (2017). The relationship between thematic, lexical, and syntactic features of written texts and personality traits. Psihologija, 50(1), 67-84.

Popov, S., Radanović., J. & Jakovljev, I. (2017). Možemo li govoriti o dvostrkoj prirodi narcizma? 23. Dani Ramira i Zorana Bujasa. Knjiga sažetaka, 252, Zagreb, Hrvatska.

Jakovljev, I., & Zdravković, S. (2016). The role of visual coding in catgorical perception of colour. ECVP. Book of abstracts, 144. Barcelona, Spain.

Jakovljev, I., & Zdravković, S. (2016). Uloga vizuelnog kodiranja u kategoričkoj percepciji boja. XXII Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji. Knjiga rezimea, 9-10. Beograd, Srbija.

Jakovljev, I., & Zdravković, S. (2015). Verbal vs. visual coding in the simultaneous color discrimination task. ECVP. Perception (Supplement Vol. 44; 118). Liverpool, UK.

Popov, S., Jakovljev, I., Radanović, J., & Biro, M. (2015). Unconditional self-acceptance and explanatory style in ego-provoking situation. Current trends in Psychology. Book of abstract, 302-303. Novi Sad, Serbia.

Jakovljev, I., & Milin, P. (in press). The relationship between thematic, lexical, and syntactic features of written texts and personality traits. Psihologija.

Jakovljev, I., Zdravković, S. (2014). Stroop effect in the color discrimination task. 3. Riječki dani eksperimentalne psihologije. Sažeci priopćenja, 17. Rijeka, Hrvatska.

Jakovljev, I., Zdravković, S. (2014). Color representations in Hungarian-Serbian billinguals. European Conference on Visual Perception. Abstracts, 145. Belgrade, Serbia.

Jakovljev, I., Zdravković, S. (2014). Mentalne reprezentacije boja i dvojezičnost. XX Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji. Knjiga rezimea, 10-11. Beograd, Srbija.

Jakovljev, I., Soranzo, A., Zdravković, S. (2013). Color categories for red and blue in Serbian language. European Conference on Visual Perception. Abstracts, 108. Bremen, Germany

Jakovljev, I., Zdravković, S. (2013). Mentalne reprezentacije boja kod dvojezičnih govornika mađarskog i srpskog jezika. Savremeni trendovi u psihologiji. Knjiga sažetaka, 110. Novi Sad, Srbija.

Jakovljev, I. i Zdravković, S. (2013). Kategorička percepcija boja u srpskom jeziku: efekat plavo-teget i crveno-bordo kategorija na zadatak perceptivne diskriminacije. XIX Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji. Knjiga rezimea, 9-11. Beograd, Srbija.

Jakovljev, I., Thornton, I., & Zdravković, S. (2012). Characteristics of multiple target search task

in the lightness domain.  Rijeka Days of Experimental Psychology, Rijeka, Croatia

Zdravković, S., Jakovljev I., & Thornton, I. (2012). Highest luminance modulates search in complex tasks. European Conference on Visual Perception, Alghero, Italy.