Hernando Borges Neves Filho, Doctor

Affiliations: 
2004-2011 Behavior theory and research UFPA - Universidade Federal do Pará 
 2011-2015 Instituto de Psicologia USP- Universidade de São Paulo 
 2015-2017 School of Psychology Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Goias, Brazil 
 2017-2018 Behavior theory and research UFPA - Universidade Federal do Pará 
 2018- Research & Development (R&D) Imagine Tecnologia Comportamental  
Area:
behavior, creativity, experimental psychology
Website:
https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Hernando_Neves_Filho
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Brazilian behavioral scientist. Main research focus on the operant origins of creativity. Worked with animals such as rats, pigeons, capuchin-monkeys and New Caledonian crows.

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Olavo F. Galvão research assistant 2005-2008 UFPA - Universidade Federal do Pará
 (Undergrad scientific grant mentor)
Marcus Bentes de grad student 2008-2010
 (Masters supervisor)
Miriam Garcia-Mijares grad student 2011-2015
 (doctorate mentor)
Alex H. Taylor grad student 2014-2015 University of Auckland
 (Invited researcher funded by an international doctorate grant)
Lauro Eugênio Guimarães post-doc 2015-2017 Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Goias, Brazil
 (CAPES/FAPEG DOC-FIX)
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Neves Filho HB, Knaus YC, Taylor, et al. (2019) New Caledonian crows can interconnect behaviors learned in different contexts, with different consequences and after exposure to failure International Journal of Comparative Psychology. 1
Neves Filho HB. (2016) Source Effects of different training histories upon manufacturing a tool to solve a problem: insight in capuchin monkeys (Sapajus spp.) Animal Cognition
Neves Filho HB, Garcia-Mijares, M. (2015) Insight in the white rat: spontaneous interconnection of two repertoires in Rattus norvegicus European Journal of Behavior Analysis
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