George Spanoudis is a Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology of the University of Cyprus. He is leading the Psychophysiology Laboratory in the Department of Psychology and he is a collaborator in the Centre for Applied Neuroscience, University of Cyprus. His academic activities adhere to three lines of research: (1) language learning impairments and language development; (2) cognitive development, intelligence, and cognitive electrophysiology; and (3) research methodology and psychometrics. He also works on the application of statistical models in psychological data and is particularly interested in structural equation modelling and multivariate data analysis for discrete or categorical data. He published extensively in these areas and in leading journals (e.g., “Intelligence”, “Journal of Experimental Child Psychology”, “Educational Psychology Review”). Prof. Spanoudis has been the primary advisor to more than five PhD students. He is the principal investigator on multiple local and international grants investigating language learning disorders and cognitive or language development. He is an ad hoc reviewer in multiple journals and he is a member of the editorial board of “Psychology”, the Journal of the Hellenic Psychological Society. He participates in various US, european, and international organizations and scientific committees, and regularly presents to both academic and practitioner audiences locally, nationally and internationally.