About you (please use English):
My main lines of research cover a broad scope of topics, including: 1) Methods and designs for research in neuropsychology and neuroscience, 2) Applying qualitative and quantitative research techniques in social and health contexts, 3) Bibliometrics and gender bias in science, and 4) Methodology for the development and adaptation of assessment tests and questionnaires. I have participated in numerous competitive research projects and different research teams. Specifically, I have worked as a member of a research team in 24 occasions and as principal investigator in 4 occasions. Regarding the publications I have published fifty articles in scientific journals (45 of them in ISI-indexed journals and 26 of them in Q1). I have also published two books, one of them focused on qualitative and quantitative methods and research techniques (2012) and the other on psychometrics (2013). Moreover, I have participated in more than one hundred conferences and congresses (in 41 occasions in national meetings and in 66 in international meetings); several of them have been also published in conference proceedings or JCR-indexed journals. With regard to my training capacity I have been a co-supervisor of one doctorate thesis, and currently, I am supervising three doctoral theses, one of them is related to gender bias in science. I am a member of the research Group on Measurement Invariance and Analysis of Change (GEIMAC) supported by the Catalan Government and member of the Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behavior (IR3C) from the University of Barcelona.