I'm a third-year international graduate student in the experimental program at the Department of Psychology at the University of Toledo with an advisor from the clinical program (Dr. Gregory Meyer). Recently, I've studied and nourished an interest in personality, neuroscience, psychometrics, and artificial intelligence. I'm a musician in my free time, and I love to learn new hobbies. I received my bachelor's degree from Universidade Luterana do Brasil (ULBRA) in the state of Tocantins in Brazil. Since my undergraduate training, I've been involved with scientific research. As an undergrad, I participated in research labs working on cognitive and emotional processes (attention, memory, and affect), mental health, and the elderly population. I did my master's at Universidade São Francisco (USF) in one of the highest-rated departments in psychological assessment in Brazil. In my master's program, I researched the implication of self-perception in the relationship between two different methods of assessments, using scores derived from the Rorschach task and self-report. Finally, right now, I'm very curious about how different kinds of psychological measures could provide information about oneself (multimethod) and how someone's different mental states could generate different perceptions of the world.
Collaborative-Therapeutic Assessment, Education and Training
Practice Assessment Populations Served
Child, Adolescent, Adult, Geriatric