Marisol Cueli, PhD in Psychology, is an Assistant Professor in the area of Educational and Developmental Psychology of Department of Psychology at the University of Oviedo (Oviedo, Spain). She also belongs to the research group “School Learning, Difficulties and Academic Performance -ADIR-”. She started her research career in 2011 with the development of her Doctoral Thesis, in the field of learning in Mathematics and New Technologies. Her main research line is assessment and intervention in Learning Difficulties and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Some of the topics in which she has collaborated were related to the analysis of which are the most reliable and valid evaluation tools that would allow psychology professionals to carry out more exhaustive evaluations and, as a consequence, more adjusted interventions. For example, as can be seen in their publications, she has participated in studies about: the profile of students with ADHD in continuous performance tests, their cortical activation, their performance in mathematical learning tasks, or their levels of anxiety, the profile of students with mathematics learning disabilities, interventions tools for mathematics learning. Furthermore, she has participated in national and international conferences, and has been a research fellow at the University of Miami, the University Children’s Hospital Zurich and the Harvard Medical School – Boston Children´s Hospital.