Claudia Feitosa-Santana is a neuroscientist with Masters in Experimental Psychology and PhD in Neuroscience and Behavior from the University of Sao Paulo, and a Postdoctoral in Integrative Neuroscience from The University of Chicago. She lives in Chicago where she is an Adjunct Professor at The School of The Art Institute of Chicago and at the Roosevelt University.

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Key words: Science, Neuroscience, Vision Science, Color Perception, Neuroimage, Evolution, Arts, Arts & Science, Cinema, Humanities, Education, World Citizenship.

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  1. Hey,

    on your website photo diaporama there’s something that looks like an artistic installation with 4 lights and a gradient. Could you tell me what’s that??

    Thanks

    • Actually, there are 5 lights that represents 2 concepts. The lights blue and yellow and the lights read and green represents, respectively, the 2 chromatic opponency channels of our color perception (the 3rd one is the luminance channel often represented as black and white). This theory was first presented by Herald Hering. The other theory was important as this one is not represented here and it is named Trichromacy. They both work together in our brain. The purple is the 5th light and represents the color that is not present in the spectrum.

  2. Olá Claudia! Participei da sua aula aberta na Casa do Saber, e gostei muito, obrigada.
    Acabei criando um blog cultural onde pretendo fazer referências a cursos também que participo. Assim fiz um post relacionado a sua aula e espero que não se importe. Caso tenha algum problema com isso ou alguma correção a fazer por favor me avise.

    http://www.imersaocultural.com.br

    Grata, Renata.

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  6. Olá Cláudia, como vai?

    Meu nome é Rayana, não sei se se lembra de mim, fui aluna sua na EACH.
    Meu contato é referente a uma dúvida técnica. Estou fazendo algumas análises instrumentais de alteração de cor e gostaria de ter uma referência de a partir de qual valor o delta E pode ser perceptível ao olho humano.

    Você tem alguma referência bibliográfica onde eu possa encontrar essa informação?

    Um grande abraço,
    Rayana

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