Hélio Clemente Cuve
Clinical Social Cognition (Bird Lab)
I am interested in understanding the neurobiological mechanisms underlying emotion processing and social cognition more broadly and how these break down under psychopathology, with a particular focus on Autism and Alexithymia. In particular, my work makes use of psychophysiological and eye-tracking techniques coupled with experimental designs, statistical and computational modeling to investigate correlates of emotion processing.
Before starting my Ph.D. at Oxford, I was a Fulbright Scholar at The City University of New York where I completed my Masters investigating gaze and psychophysiological correlates of emotion processing in neurotypical individuals.
My Ph.D. research is funded by a Clarendon Scholar Award and a Medical Sciences Division Studentship.
Understanding How Minds Vary Relates to Skill in Inferring Mental States, Personality, and Intelligence.
BIRD G. et al, (2019), Journal of Experimental Psychology: General
Is it avoidance or hypoarousal? A systematic review of emotion recognition, eye-tracking, and psychophysiological studies in young adults with autism spectrum conditions
Cuve HC. et al, (2018), Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 55, 1 - 13
Défices de reconhecimento emocional em populações clínicas e a sua reabilitação: uma revisão preliminar
Monteiro F. et al, (2016), Cuadernos de Neuropsicología/Panamerican Journal of Neuropsychology