Ágata Salvador

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Ágata Salvador

Ágata Salvador concluded her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the Faculty of Psychology, University of Lisbon”. She completed her Master’s degree in Clinical and Health Psychology (Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, University of Coimbra). She is an Assistant Professor and vice-coordinator of the Computational Psychology Laboratory at the School of Psychology and Life Sciences, Lusófona University. Ágata is a researcher at Lusófona University, HEI-Lab – Digital Human-Environment Interaction Lab, and her main research interests are related to pediatric health conditions, parental adaptation, family-centered care, and digital applications designed for the intervention in the context of health conditions.

Ana Filipa Beato

                                                                                                                                         

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Ana Filipa Beato

Assistant professor in the Bachelor of Psychology, the Masters in Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, and the Transdisciplinary Master in Sexology at the School of Psychology and Life Sciences of Universidade Lusófona. Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and specialized in child anxiety and parenting. Clinical psychologist and sex therapist at the PIN – Em Todas as Fases da Vida and at Casa Qui. Researcher at Hei-Lab in the areas of childhood and adolescence, human sexuality, parenting, developmental psychopathology, third-generation therapies, and virtual reality

Ana Loureiro

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Ana Loureiro

Ana Loureiro is assistant Professor at Universidade Lusófona and a researcher at HEI-Lab. She is also a member and past president of the Ethics and Deontology Commission for Scientific Research of the School of Psychology and Life Sciences of the Lusófona University.  She holds a PhD in Social and Environmental Psychology by ISCTE-IUL. Her academic degrees also include a MsC in Psychology and Environmental Education from ISPA, with a dissertation about sustainable tourism in the Natural Park of Montesinho, and a degree in Psychology from Lisbon University. Her research is focused on human experience of natural and urban environments, and environmental behaviour sociopsychological determinants. She collaborates in projects aimed to intervene in the community, using different methodologies such as co-creation and stakeholder’s engagement, and coordinates the Conscious Consumer Observatory. She is currently a board member of PSICAMB – Associación de Psicología Ambiental.

Ana Rita Cruz

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Ana Rita Cruz

Ana Rita Cruz, PhD in Psychology, is a researcher at Lusófona University, Hei-Lab, and Assistant Professor at Lusofona University – Lisbon Portugal. Main research interests are related to neuropsychological assessment in forensic settings, aggressive patterns and criminality, and the impact of adverse childhood experiences on crime

Ana Rita Farias

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Ana Rita Farias

Ana Rita Farias completed her PhD in Psychology in December 2013 from ISCTE-Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL). Currently, she is an Auxiliary Researcher and Invited Assistant Professor at Hei-Lab: Digital Human-Environment Interaction Lab. During her career, Professor Farias has held research positions and visited as a guest researcher both in psychology and in business and economics departments: Utrecht University (NL); University of Wisconsin (USA); Católica Lisbon Research Unit in Business and Economics (CUBE); and Center for Economics and Finance at University of Porto (cefUP). She began her research career studying social psychology – multimodal perception and situated approach to human cognition. Over the last few years, she has pivoted her research agenda from pure Psychology to Behavioral Economics. Professor Farias has collaborated in several research projects funded by both national (FCT) and international agencies (NIMH; EC; FCT-EC).

Andreia Machado

 

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Andreia Machado

Assistant Professor at the Lusófona University of Porto and Lisbon, Portugal. PhD in Applied Psychology from the University of Minho. Researcher at the Psychology Research Center, at the University of Minho, from 2009 to 2017, where she participated in several investigations on violence in intimacy, highlighting the project GAM – Intervention groups for women victims of violence in intimacy – and violence in intimacy against men – the theme of his doctoral thesis. In addition, she worked as a psychologist and forensic expert and as a trainer in the area of domestic violence and gender equality. She is author and co-author of publications at national and international level in the field of Victimology and Forensic Psychology. Member of the Portuguese Board of Psychologists.

Bárbara Gonzalez

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Bárbara Gonzalez

Bárbara Gonzalez is an Assistant Professor at University Lusófona and an Integrated Researcher at HEI-Lab. She has a Ph.D in Clinical Psychology by University of Lisbon and has been doing research in the scope of personality and individual features in relation with health and illness, and psychological assessment