Angela Brandão

Entered the Primate Cognition Research Group in 2014. She mainly works directly with humans, and does comparative research with other primates.



Daniela Rodrigues

Entered the Primate Cognition Research Group in 2014. She observed ruffed lemurs (Varecia rubra), ring tail lemurs (Lemur catta) and mandrills (Mandrillus sphinx) for the PrimCog

Raquel Costa

Entered the Primate Cognition Research Group in 2015. She observed capuchin monkeys (Sapajus appela), white hand gibbons (Hylobates lar), ring tail lemurs (Lemur catta) and mandrills (Mandrillus sphinx) for the PrimCog.

Sofia Dias

Entered the Primate Cognition Research Group in 2015. She observed capuchin monkeys (Sapajus appela), as a field assistant to Raquel Costa for the PrimCog project.





Joana Pereira

Entered the Primate Cognition Research Group in 2018. She is specialized in Conservation Biology and currently interested in applied conservation issues and its human dimension (e.g. human-wildlife conflicts)

Antonio

Entered the Primate Cognition Research Group in 2018. He focuses his research on the conservation and vocal behavior of orangutans and the evolution of speech in the human species.


David Sousa

Entered the Primate Cognition Research Group in 2018. He is currently investigating the importance of specific cognitive adaptations that are necessary for the primate's ability to cooperate.


Michael Basseches

Entered the Primate Cognition Research Group in 2017. He is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Suffolk University in Boston, MA, USA. His main interests have been in life-span human personality development and in relational and developmental processes. He currently does theoretical and editorial work for PrimCog

Luis Vicente

Entered the Primate Cognition Research Group in 2018. He is an established biologist professor and researcher. Integrated member of the Center for Philosophy of Sciences of the University of Lisbon. His main interests are in animal behavior.