After spending more than ten years in the University of Deusto (Bilbao, Spain), first as a graduate student and then as a lecturer in history of psychology, I joined University College London in September 2012 as a research associate. Since September 2014 I work as a lecturer in decision psychology at the Department of Primary Care and Public Health Sciences, King’s College London. My research interests include different aspects of learning, memory and decision making. If you are interested in my research, you can find copies of my papers in the Publications section of this website. You can also download my CV from this link. In addition to conducting experimental research, I think that it is our responsibility as scientists to make our findings available for the general population. Whenever I come across an interesting paper or a hot discussion in the field of experimental psychology, I try to write a brief post about it in my blog de mente, which you can find in the last tab of this website. I am afraid that you will only be able to enjoy it if you can speak the language of Cervantes, although I am sure that Google Translator will do a nice job. I also use the social networks to disseminate information about cognitive psychology and science, in general. You can follow me on @mavadillo.