Júlia Maria Vitorino Teles

Degree: Ph.D.
Scientific Area: Matemática
Affiliation: FMH/ULisboa
Category: Professor Auxiliar
ORCID: 0000-0002-5923-6582
Research Interests: Applied Statistics, Measures of Agreement, Generalized Linear Models, and Variable Selection Methods in Regression

Júlia Teles is Assistant Professor of Statistics at the Faculty of Human Kinetics, University of Lisbon, and researcher at the CIPER, located in the same institution. She graduated in Statistics at the Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon, where she also obtained a MSc in Statistics. She received a PhD in Mathematical Methods in Human Kinetics from the Faculty of Human Kinetics, University of Lisbon, in 2005. Her scientific activity focuses mainly in the following areas: Applied Statistics, Measures of Agreement, Generalized Linear Models, and Variable Selection Methods in Regression. She has experience in data management, and data analysis in several areas, namely in Health, Sports, Ergonomics and Design fields, and has an extensive experience with several statistical softwares, such as SPSS and R.



Cotrim, T., Carvalhais, J., Neto, C., Teles, J., Noriega, P., & Rebelo, F. (2017). Determinants of sleepiness at work among railway control workers. Applied Ergonomics, 58, 293–300.


Costa, A., Rebelo, F., & Teles, J. (2016). Child-Persona: What I Think to What They Are. In F. Rebelo & M. Soares (Eds.), Advances in Ergonomics in Design, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing(pp. 43–51). Florida, USA: Springer International Publishing.

Morgado, J. P., Monteiro, C. P., Teles, J., Reis, J. F., Matias, C., Seixas, M. T., … Alves, F. (2016). Immune cell changes in response to a swimming training session during a 24-h recovery period. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 41, 1–8.

Ayanoglu, H., Duarte, E., paulo Noriega, Teles, J., & Rebelo, F. (2016). Hazard Perception of 3D Household Packages. In M. Soares & F. Rebelo (Eds.), Ergonomics in Design Methods & techniques(pp. 373–386). Boca Raton: Taylor & francis group.­24

Costa e Silva, L., Fragoso, I., & Teles, J. (2016). Prevalence and injury profile in Portuguese children and adolescents according to their level of sports participation. The Journal of Sports Medicine and Physical Fitness. Retrieved from­med­physical­fitness/article.php?cod=R40Y9999N00A16101303


Castro, M., Carvalhais, J., & Teles, J. (2015). Irregular working hours and fatigue of cabin crew. Work, 51(3), 505–511.

Vilar, E., Rebelo, F., Noriega, P., Teles, J., & Mayhorn, C. (2015). Signage Versus Environmental Affordances : Is the Explicit Information Strong Enough to Guide Human Behavior During a Wayfinding Task ? Human Factors and Ergonomics in Manufacturing & Service Industries, 25(4), 439–452.

Ayanoğlu, H., Duarte, E., & Teles, J. (2015). Assessment of hazard perception from packages shapes: a comparison of visualization methods. Ergodesign & HCI, 3(1), 1–9. Retrieved from

Ayanoğlu, H., Boto, R., Teles, J., & Duarte, E. (2015). Effects of Packages’ Color as a Cue for Hazard Related Perceptions: A Study Using Virtual Reality. In Lecture Notes in Computer Science(Vol. 9187, pp. 3–13). Springer International Publishing.


Ayanoğlu, H., Duarte, E., Noriega, P., Teles, J., & Rebelo, F. (2014). Examining hazard-related perceptions of virtual household package prototypes. In Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, AHFE 2014(Vol. 473–481). Kraków, Poland.

Duarte, E., Rebelo, F., Teles, J., & Wogalter, M. S. (2014). Behavioral compliance for dynamic versus static signs in an immersive virtual environment. Applied Ergonomics, 45(5), 1367–1375.


Duarte, E., Rebelo, F., Teixeira, L., Vilar, E., Teles, J., & Noriega, P. (2013). Sense of presence in a VR-based study on behavioral compliance with warnings. In A. Marcus (Ed.), DUXU/HCII 2013, Part III, LNCS 8014(pp. 362–371). Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.