My teaching focuses on the subjects of Developmental Psychology at school age (master degree in Primary Education, GEDP) and Language Disorders (GEDP) and I have also participated as a teacher in the practicums I and II and Final Grade Work (specialty: Hearing and Language). During my career I was in charge of various areas of complementary disciplines such as Fundamentals of Basic Neuroscience and Neuropsychology in the sections related to normal and pathological cognitive development. I have also lectured on the genetic basis of human behavior, which also includes a development perspective during the life cycle. As regards acquisition and language difficulties, I have worked in subjects related to the psychology of language and psycho-educational intervention in language difficulties in the school context, where the most relevant theories and models are incorporated with regard to the acquisition and difficulties in language. My research focuses on exploring the role of attentional and linguistic variables that help the optimal cognitive development, with special emphasis on attention control and linguistic experience (bilingualism). I have done several works also in relation to aphasia and Specific Language Impairment (SLI), and several international publications indexed in the JCR (Journal of Citation Reports). My research stays have been carried out in laboratories in the cities of Würzburg (Germany), Salamanca, Oxford (UK) and Montreal (Canada), which have allowed me to acquire a multidisciplinary perspective. Since September 2014 I work as principal investigator for the project 'Bilingualism and education: impact on executive functions and language in people with and without Specific Language Impairment', recently funded by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness.