behavioral science, psychology, game studies


“I was born and raised close enough to Lisboa to appreciate the background noise of cars, yet far enough to know how to milk a cow. After learning how to do all sorts of useful things like making bread, managing a small music newspaper and being involved in student politics, I graduated in psychology. It was the blossoming of my interest in the mind, art and technology that led me to pursue graduate training at the Systems Neuroscience lab where, today, I study human behaviour and condition through novel paradigms in the form of videogames.”