Ph. D. in Psychology
Mainly, my research areas are perception and action from an ecological approach. Currently, my work focuses on the development of sensory substitution devices for the blind and the role of exploration with these devices. I am also interested in dynamic touch and motor control within a dynamical systems framework. My fields of interest also include theoretical discussions about antirepresentationalism and perceptual learning.
Ph. D. in Psychology (2017) by Autonomous University of Madrid: An Ecological Approach to Sensory Substitution
M. S. in Biophysics (2011) by the Autonomous University of Madrid. B. A. ("Licenciatura") in Psychology (2010) by the Autonomous University of Madrid.