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Luis Carretié Aranguera

Degree in Psychology and PhD in Health Psychology at the Autonomous University of Madrid. His research activity is developed in the field of human Neuroscience (affective and cognitive Neuroscience) and Psychophysiology. In relation to scientific management, stands out the Presidency of the Spanish Society of Psychophysiology, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (SEPNECA), the participation in the Board of Directors of the European Society of Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience (ESCAN), the coordination of the research group 'Brain, affection and cognition'.

Manuel Tapia Casquero

Professor in the Department of Basic Psychology of the Autonomous University of Madrid.He has taught in the areas of Psychobiology (Psychophysiology, Behavioral Pharmacology) and Basic Psychology (Alterations of Memory and Language, Perception and Attention, Introduction to Psychology). His line of research has focused on the study of the neural basis of the interaction of emotion with memory and attention.

Jacobo Albert

Professor and researcher in the Department of Biological and Health Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology of the Autonomous University of Madrid. His main lines of research focus on the study of the cerebral and behavioral bases of impulsivity and emotion, both in the non-clinical and clinical population (eg, ADHD).

Almudena Capilla González

Professor and researcher in the area of Psychobiology of the Faculty of Psychology of the Autonomous University of Madrid. Her scientific interest is focused on the study of brain oscillations as a means to achieve a better understanding of brain functioning and communication of cognitive activity.

Elena Solesio Jofre de Villegas

PhD in Neuroscience and Psychology Degree from the Complutense University. She is currently postdoctoral researcher Marie Sklodowska-Curie at the Autonomous University of Madrid. Her line of research focuses on the study of aging in relation to cognitive and motor control processes, as well as the identification of the neural substrates underlying these processes by different neuroimaging techniques.

elena.solesio@uam.es

Sara López-Martín

Professor in the Master's Degree in General Health Psychology of the URJC. Currently directs the Neuromottiva center. Her main line of research is focused on examining the cerebral and behavioral bases of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and other neurodevelopmental disorders.

María José García Rubio

Degree in Psychology at the University of Murcia, Master in Basic and Applied Neuroscience at the University of Valencia. PhD in Clinical and Health Psychology from the Autonomous University of Madrid. Teaching Personnel Researcher in Training in the Department of Biological and Health Psychology, Faculty of Psychology of the Autonomous University of Madrid.

Dominique Kessel

Doctorate in the area of Biological and Health Psychology of the Faculty of Psychology of the Autonomous University of Madrid. Her research focuses on the interaction between cognitive and affective processes using psychophysiological techniques.

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