Andrea Ailin Tomio is a graduate in Psychology, graduated from Favaloro University in 2013. During her first years of academic training she was part of the research team of the University of Buenos Aires led by Juan Pablo Barreyro, focused on the investigation of cognitive processes Comprehension of texts and the study of individual differences mediated by the capacity of working memory. Later she participated in the adaptation to Spanish of a language battery under the supervision of Dr. Macarena Martínez Cuitiño.
In the last years of his career he integrated the laboratory of Experimental Psychology and Neurosciences of the Institute of Cognitive Neurology (INECO), where he collaborated in a doctoral research project studying the neurophysiological correlates of human actions processing and motor skills using ERPs. His undergraduate thesis focused on the study of motor skills and the N400.
After finishing his career, he served as assistant professor of the subject “Basic Processes II” at the Favaloro University and taught about the organization of conceptual knowledge in semantic memory.