Ana Nieto-Vietes

Bachelor in Psychology, University of Santiago de Compostela (USC). Master Degree in Psychogerontology from the University of Santiago de Compostela (USC). She is currently doctoral student in Developmental and Educational Psychology at the USC. Her doctoral thesis focuses on the effectiveness of a cognitive training based on a videogame, with and without transcranial electrical stimulation, in old adults with subjective cognitive complaints and MCI. She is assistant researcher for the CompAs study from 2016 to 2020. She was teaching assistant at the Department of Developmental and Education Psychology of the USC on the academic year 2018-19. Her current research interests include the study of cognitive impairment in its early stages, including early detection and non-pharmacological intervention; longitudinal studies of cognitive aging; and the use of new technologies as an alternative for cognitive training.