Javier Albayay received both his bachelor (Universidad Mayor) and master (Universidad de La Frontera) degrees in Psychology in Chile. In 2016 he was awarded with a master’s degree scholarship from the National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT, Chile). His master’s thesis was entitled “Response inhibition as a function of motor complexity: an approach from Simon effect”. From 2016 to 2017 he taught various courses at Universidad de Los Lagos (Chile) to psychology and social work undergraduates. In 2017 he was honored with a doctorate’s degree scholarship for studies in Chile (CONICYT), before enrolling at University of Padova, also awarded with a national scholarship for studies abroad (Becas Chile). Currently, he courses his first year of the PhD Course in Psychological Sciences as a member of the NEMO, interested in exploring the effects of olfactory stimuli on motor response inhibition.