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The contribution of ICT to psychological intervention

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Appearance-based trait inferences in a political candidate evaluation: Can the eye-tracking tell the tale?

  http://copelabs.ulusofona.pt/scicommons/index.php/publications/show/707   Authors: Morais, D., Rosa, P., Brito, R., Barata, F., Oliveira, J. & Gamito, P. &...

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Effects of fear-relevant stimuli on attention: integrating gaze data with subliminal exposure

    Rosa, P., Esteves, F., & Arriaga, P. (accepted, in press).  Paper accepted for the IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications, 201...

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Fibromyalgia characterization in a psychosocial approach

Article published online at 25 June 2014, in Psychology, Health & Medicine   Authors: Barbara Gonzalez, Telmo M. Baptista, Jaime C. Branco & Rosa F. Novo   http://...

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CTIP Demos

LabPsiCom stands for Laboratory of Computational Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology ( University Lusófona of Humanities and Technologies). LabPsicCom main R&D area is designing, develop...

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CTIP Education

1º Ciclo em Psicologia 2º Ciclo em Ciberterapia e Reabilitação Neurocognitiva 2º Ciclo em Neuropsicologia Aplicada...

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CTIP in 2014

This group is based (i.e. integrated members) on a core of scientifically active researchers from the former CEPCA (Pedro Gamito, Jorge Oliveira, Rodrigo Brito, Paulo Lopes, and Ana Loureiro) 2 mor...

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Developing an mHealth cognitive stimulation program: A trial with recovering alcoholics

Conventional neuropsychological rehabilitation interventions based on paper-and-pencil exercises are time-consuming, costly, insufficiently motivating. During the past few years, COPELABS researchers...

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Developing an mHealth cognitive stimulation program

Conventional neuropsychological rehabilitation interventions based on paper-and-pencil exercises are time-consuming, costly, insufficiently motivating. During the past few years, COPELABS researchers...

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