Charo Rueda is a tenured professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at the Dept. of Experimental Psychology, University of Granada. She heads the Cognitive Development Neuroscience Laboratory located in the Mind, Brain and Behaviour Research Center of the University of Granada. Since gaining her doctorate in 2000, she has headed and participated in research on the neurocognitive development of attention and its improvement through training. She is the author of several works on constitutional factors (temperament and genes) and educational factors (educational experience and socio-economic parenting environment) that influence the development of attention and self-regulation during childhood. Since 2013, she has been a member of the governing council of the European Association of Developmental Psychology. She has also been collaborating with the Spanish State Research Agency in the area of Psychology since 2016.