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Yury Markov

  • Yury Markov has been at HSE University since 2014.



Bachelor's in Psychology
HSE University, Social science

Continuing education / Professional retraining / Internships / Study abroad experience

18.05.18 "Tutorial on Big Data and Online Crowd-Sourcing for Vision Research"

02.11.17 - 05.11.17 "Active and passive methods of the brain mapping"


Coursera "Introduction to Programming with MATLAB"

Young Faculty Support Program (Group of Young Academic Professionals)
Category "New Researchers" (2018-2019)

Postgraduate Studies

3rd year of study
Approved topic of thesis: The Structure of Visual Working Memory Units
Academic Supervisor: Utochkin, Igor S.

Courses (2021/2022)

Courses (2020/2021)

Courses (2019/2020)

Experimental Psychology (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Social Sciences; 2 year, 1, 2 module)Rus

Courses (2018/2019)

Courses (2017/2018)

Experimental Psychology (Bachelor’s programme; Faculty of Social Sciences; 2 year, 2, 3 module)Rus









Article Markov Y., Utochkin I. S. The compression of bound features in visual short-term memory // Journal of Vision. 2016. Vol. 16. No. 12. P. 1071-1071. doi


Article Koval A. V., Vlasov P., Shichkova P., Khunderyakova S., Markov Y., Panchenko J., Volodina A., Kondrashov F. A., Katanaev V. L. Anti-leprosy drug clofazimine inhibits growth of triple-negative breast cancer cells via inhibition of canonical Wnt signaling // Biochemical Pharmacology. 2014. Vol. 87. No. 4. P. 571-578. doi


  • 2018
    41th European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 2018) (Триест). Presentation: Object distinction and object-location binding as sources of interference in visual working memory
  • Vision Science Society 18th Annual Meeting (St. Pete Beach). Presentation: Real-world objects are not stored in bound representations in visual working memory
  • Конференция молодых учёных Psy-Вышка: «Актуальные проблемы психологической науки» (Москва). Presentation: Влияние сходства объектов на объектно-пространственное связывание в зрительной рабочей памяти
  • 2017
    Vision Science Society 17th Annual Meeting (St. Pete Beach). Presentation: An effect of categorical similarity on object-location binding in visual working memory
  • 2016
    Vision Sciences Society 16th Annual Meeting (St. Pete Beach). Presentation: The compression of bound features in visual short-term memory
  • Теоретические и прикладные проблемы когнитивной психологии. Presentation: Процессы сжатия и связывания в зрительной кратковременной памяти

‘In the Blink of an Eye’ Statistics: People Estimate Size of the Set of Objects Based on Distance to Them

HSE University researchers Yuri Markov and Natalia Tiurina discovered that when people visually estimate the size of objects, they are also able to consider their distance from the observer, even if there are many such objects. The observers rely not only on the objects’ retinal representation, but also on the surrounding context. The paper was published in the journal Acta Psychologica.

‘It Is Very Inspiring When Someone From Outside Approves of What I Am Doing’

Vladislav Khvostov, a second-year student of the Doctoral School of Psychology at HSE University, was recognized with a Graduate Conference Award for Student Members from the Psychonomic Society. Every year a total of 20 graduate students in cognitive psychology receive this prestigious international award in psychology. HSE News Service spoke with Vladislav about the award, his interest in cognitive psychology and research.

Working Memory Is Structured Hierarchically: The Colours and Orientations of Objects Are Processed Independently

Researchers in cognitive psychology at HSE University have experimentally demonstrated that the colours and orientations of objects are stored and processed independently in working memory. However, it is easier for a person to remember these features when they belong to a single object: for example, it is easier for a person to remember and understand one graph on which both parameters are indicated (with a colour and a line shape, for example), than two different graphs in which the two parameters are shown separately. The results of the experiment were published in Acta Psychologica journal.