Joaquín Migeot is a psychologist, MSc. in Social Psychology and PhD student in Social Neuroscience and Cognition at Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez. Joaquín has done several international academic internships, including Universidad Areandina (Colombia) under MSc. Alejandra Giraldo’s supervision, Universidad Católica de Pereira (Colombia) under MSc. Hector Haney Aguirre’s supervision, Neurocentro (Colombia) under Dr. Hans Carmona’s supervision, and Center for Cognitive Neuroscience (Argentina) under Dr. Lucas Sedeño, Dr. Cecilia Gonzalez, Dr. Indira García-Cordero and Dr. Sol Fittipaldi’s supervision. Joaquín started working in academia during his second bachelor’s year in Center for Social and Cognitive Neuroscience, under Dr. Sergio Chaigneau and Dr. David Huepe’s supervision, working as research assistant in a total of six FONDECYT projects involving topics surrounding social, cognitive, and affective neuroscience (SCAN), which is the main line of work of Joaquín. Within this line, he has adjudicated three grants to develop research projects, and presented and collaborated in national congress (the Chilean Congress of Psychology, and the Congress of Neurology, Psychiatry and Neurosurgery) and international congress (the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference, and the Social Affective Neuroscience Society). Within the SCAN, the main research interest of Joaquín are the conceptualization system, social adaptation, metacognition, implicit social cognition, and social emotions.