Paulo Sérgio Boggio Versão em português
Area Panel - Humanities and Social Sciences (CHS III)
Psychologist at the University of São Paulo (USP) (1998). Neuropsychologist at the Division of Neurology, University of São Paulo Medical School (2001). Master in Experimental Psychology at USP (2004). Doctor in Neuroscience and Behavior at USP (2007).
During his Master's, he did a research internship at the Center for Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation at Harvard Medical School. During his Doctorate, he did a research internship at the Laboratoire de Cartographie des Fonctions Cérébrales, Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève.
Director of the Cognitive and Social Neuroscience Laboratory at Mackenzie Presbyterian University since 2005. Professor of the Undergraduate Course in Psychology since 2005 and the Postgraduate Program in Developmental Disorders since 2007. Director of the Postgraduate course in Neuroscience and Applied Psychology since 2012.
CNPq Research Productivity Fellow since 2010 with projects integrating neuromodulation techniques, high-density electroencephalography and near-infrared neuroimaging in studies on human behavior, with special emphasis on social and affective aspects.
He was elected Affiliate Member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences for the five-year period 2012- 2017. In 2018, he directed the FAPESP São Paulo School of Advanced Science in Social and Affective Neuroscience.
He coordinates several research projects in international collaboration networks. Among the most recent ones, two projects stand out. The project “Theory and Applications of Social and Affective Neuroscience for everyday human interaction” within the scope of the CAPES PrInt has an interdisciplinary team with members from universities such as Duke University, University of Colorado, Princeton, New York University, Western Connecticut State University, University of Coimbra, among others.
The other project was created in 2020 due to the challenges brought about by the SARS CoV2 pandemic and the need for behavioral changes and social norms to face it. For this, Jay Van Bavel (New York University), Mark Alfano (Macquarie University), Paulo Sérgio Boggio, Aleksandra Cichocka (University of Kent), Hallgeir Sjåstad (Norwegian School of Economics) and Valerio Capraro (Middlesex University London) created the COVID19 International Collaboration on Social & Moral Psychology.
He is Associate Editor of the International Scientific Journal Social Neuroscience and Editor of the Special Issue on Neuromodulation of the journal Social Cognitive Affective Neuroscience.
He has published more than 160 papers in international journals such as Nature Human Behavior, The Journal of Neuroscience, Scientific Reports, Emotion, Behavioral Research Methods and Brain Stimulation. He has published 5 books and 39 book chapters.