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Roberto Colom is Professor of Differential Psychology at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, where he has been working internationally for more than three decades, also assessing media companies. He is the author of twenty titles, both technical and about dissemination, as well as more than one hundred and fifty articles resulting from his collaboration with colleagues worldwide. He has been considered one of the most influential Spanish psychologists worldwide.