Guilherme (Gui) de Cellio Martins

Credentials: Motor Control and Behavior Program, Department of Kinesiology

Position title: PhD student


Advisor: Andrea Mason, PhD

Keywords: Visual feedback, Lissajous, balance, attention, virtual reality, bimanual tasks

MS 2021, Kinesiology, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
BS 2018 Physical Education, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Campinas, Brazil

Gui de Cellio Martins worked with visual feedback manipulation during a bimanual reaching task at UBC–Canada during his undergraduate studies. His master’s degree research focused on attention and vision. Currently, his research interests are focused on virtual reality (VR) environments and how bimanual reach-to-grasp tasks are affected by partial object occlusion in VR.

Motor Behavior Lab