• Teglgårds plads 1, 12-08a

    9000 Aalborg



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Personal profile

Research profile

Nik Kharlamov is fascinated by vision, particularly by the various perceptual and behavioral consequences of center-periphery organization of the human visual field. He is also interested in computational models of perception, their applicability, mutual compatibility, and limitations. His current research uses eye tracking and behavioral measures to evaluate how models of visual search relate to models of scene vision, particularly in naturalistic sensorimotoric tasks such as assembling toys. He is also interested in individual differences in visual perception (such as personality traits and attitudes).

Teaching profile

Nik is extensively involved in teaching and supervising student projects in engineering psychology, and in work and organizational psychology. He also teaches cognitive psychology and research design.

Administrative profile

Member of Psychology Participation Pool (PPP) steering group.

Member of coordination group for Engineering psychology education.

Webpage editor for SNOW knowledge group.

Member of Department council, Department of communication and psychology.


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