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Ricardo Primi

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Universidade São Francisco (USF). Campus Campinas  (Institutional affiliation for the last research proposal)
Birthplace: Brazil

Ricardo Primi is a Psychologist, graduated from PUC-Campinas, Ph.D. in School Psychology and Human Development, University of São Paulo with part of his graduation developed at Yale University (USA) under the supervision of Robert J. Sternberg. Coordinator of the Laboratory of Psychological and Educational Assessment (LabAPE). Receives funding from CNPq (productivity in research), FAPESP, CAPES and Ayrton Senna Institute. It is Associate Professor at the Graduate Program in Psychology University of San Francisco (Masters and Ph.D. in Psychological Assessment). He was president of the Brazilian Institute of Psychological Assessment (IBAP) and member of the Advisory Committee on Psychological Evaluation of the Federal Council of Psychology. He was a member of the Committee on Psychology area of ​​MEC / INEP and CAPES. Member of the steering committee of EduLab21 Knowledge Center IAS. Visiting professor of Psychology Department's of University of Toledo (Ohio, EUA) in 2009 with Fulbright/CAPES scholarship. From 2017 he became part of the Advisory Commission on Statistics and Psychometrics of DAEB and member of the questionnaire expert group for PISA 2021 coordinated by the Educational Testing Service (ETS). Teaches courses in Psychological Assessment, Psychometrics, Statistical Methods, Item Response Theory and Structural Equation Modeling. Develops research on the Intelligence and Personality Assessment. He has more than 192 papers and chapters published and has trained more than 37 students (between master degree, doctors and post-PhD) (Source: Lattes Curriculum)

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