José Sánchez García

Jose Sánchez  graduated in Mechanical Engineering (UNED) and Biotechnology (UE). He did a Masters Thesis at Complutense University and later, he obtained a PhD in Neuroscience in the same university. His research was focused in the social emotions of guilt, shame and pride. He also did a Master Thesis in Methodology in Behavioral and Health Sciences (currently – UAM- UCM – UNED) and other Master Thesis in Non Verbal Behavior (UDIMA).

His research focuses are: “social emotions”, and “fake news processing” and is co-author of 12 research indexed papers. He is interested in a range of neuroscientific topics such as emotions, behavior, fake news, selfdeceipt and meditation. He devoted many years and travels to intense contemplative practises in Eastern and indigenous cultures.