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Antonio Crespo, Ph. D. (Prof. Titular)
Facultad de Psicología
Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia
(UNED, Madrid, Spain)
acrespo@psi.uned.es

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Academic Bio: 
Dr. Crespo received his Psychology Degree from UNED in 1987. He joined the Faculty of Psychology in 1988 to complete a fellowship in psychology of perception. A. Crespo received his PhD’s degree at the UNED, in 1992, performing a research on selective attention and visual object recognition. Afterwards, he served as assistant professor and then as tenured -titular, full time- professor of Psychology at the Department of Basic Psychology.

 

Research and teaching: 
His main research interest has been focused on the field of visual attention and perception using both behavioral methods and eye-tacking techniques. 

At present, he teaches courses on Psychology of Attention (Psychology Degree) and Eye-tracking techniques in the analyses of visual attention and perception (Psychology Masters’ Degree). In addition, he has also supervised several end-of-degree projects, Master Dissertations, and PhD Dissertations.


Management positions: 
Academic Secretary (1994-1997) and Director (2004-2010) of the Basic Psychology Department. Also, member of the UNED Academic Council (Consejo de Gobierno, 2006-2010), Academic Staff Meeting (Claustro, from 2006), Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Psychology (2010-2013), Deputy Director of the UNED associated center in Madrid (since 2014).

 

Hobbies:

Aviation, rugby, technology, music (opera, rock, punk).