Pilar Casado
Associate Professor of the Department of Psychobiology of the Complutense University of Madrid (Spain) and member of the Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, Center for Human Evolution and Behavior (UCM-ISCIII). Her research focuses on language processing, particularly on sentences and discourse, studied through event-related potentials and functional magnetic resonance. She is the author of many research papers on this topic.

Review of the latest contributions to embodied cognition theories that provide a new approach to human cognition.