I started my Bachelor in 2009, after 6 months studying Chemistry at Oswaldo Cruz. At Mackenzie, I learned many things, but I basically became an adult. In 2012 I received a scholarship from the Federal Government to do an exchange program to Canada, in Halifax, Nova Scotia at Saint Mary’s University.
I’m very glad I came to Canada, it’s an amazing country, a land of opportunities! After the exchange we were suppose to come back, for contractual reasons, so that’s what I did. I went back and finished my Honour Thesis, which was based on some Psy tests, the list is below:
The selected tests were: PVT test, Ebbinghaus test and Stroop effect. There were actually many tests we could implement, but those seem the most famous ones.
So to do it, I grabbed some materials I had from the work with Prof Jason Ivanoff, I compiled it and created an mobile application for Android and iOS. The app in Android can be found here . By the way, I miss prof Jason, he was really really nice! He used to say Canadians save their emotions to emoticons 😀 haha!
Below is my bachelor presentation, which was presented in December 2014.
App Android and iOS
The Android App can be found  it is called PVT test and brings Decartes. It was developed using Eclipse and uses MVC model. The process to build it Waterfall Model. I got some help of Jovian Trotman, who taught me the basic lines in Android programming.
The iOS app was developed by me with some help of Leao Bicalho, a developer from the north part of Brazil. The iOS used the COCOS2D library and the app is composed of a main menu with the three tests.
The source codes can be found in my GitHub account, together with all the content I have i.e. reports in Portuguese/English and presentation.
 : https://github.com/FranciscoMeloJr/TCC