Ângela Tomaz co-graduated from the University of Minho and University of Lille
with a masters degree in Psychology and a masters in Psychology of Neurocognitive
Processes and Affective Sciences. In her master’s thesis, she investigated the
processing of synonyms and translations in the bilingual mind under the supervision
of Prof. Montserrat Comesaña, Prof. Ana Paula Soares and Prof. Séverine Casalis.
During her masters, Ângela was a research collaborator in the research group in
Psycholinguistics (CIPsi, University of Minho) and completed a brief internship
in the research group of Prof. Bilge Sayim. During her internship, she was involved
in a project to investigate the processing of emotional stimuli in crowding.
Currently, she is a PhD student investigating visual perception and appearance.