Marcelo Fernandes Costa
Professor, Department of Experimental Psychology ,Ph.D. (2004), Institute of Psychology, USP.Graduated in Orthoptics from the Federal University of São Paulo-Paulista School of Medicine (1997), Master in Neuroscience and Behavior, University of São Paulo (2001) and Ph.D. in Neuroscience and Behavior, University of São Paulo (2004).He is currently an associate professor of the Department of Experimental Psychology Institute of Psychology, University of São Paulo, Deputy Head of the Department of Experimental Psychology, Coordinator of the Postgraduate Institute of Neuroscience and Behavioral Psychology at USP (CAPES 5) Member of the Coordinating Committee of Postgraduate Course in Experimental Psychology at the Psychology Institute of USP (CAPES 7) and Treasurer of the Brazilian Society for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology. He is a member of the editorial and reviewer of articles for national and international journals.
He has experience in Process Basic Psychology, Physiological Psychology, Psychology of Sensation and Perception, with emphasis on Sensory Psychophysiology (Development Visual Basic Function sensory-perceptive) and Neuroscience and Behavior (emphasis on the visual sensory and perceptual development and psychophysiological of perceptual processes), acting on the following topics: Psychophysics, Electrophysiology of Vision, Color Perception, Spatial Vision, Visual Development, Sensory, Neural Pathways Vision, Individuals with Multiple Disabilities.Develops its research activities in the Laboratory of Vision, a sector of applied research in psychophysics and Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision for the study of diseases of the visual system.
Psychology, Physiological Psychology, Psychology of Sensation and Perception, with emphasis on Sensory Psychophysiology, Vision and Ophthalmology