Manuela is a professor at the Faculty of Psychology in the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. She is an expert in the psychology of creativity. She has centred her research on creativity for more than thirty years and has published the results of her work in numerous articles, research papers and has written four books. She is co-author of a test for evaluating creativity in children: TCI, Test de Creatividad Infantil (TEA Ediciones, 2008, Madrid).
Lilian is a Mexican Psychologist who has specialized in creativity since graduating from the Autonomous National Mexican University (UNAM), where she has taught in the School of Psychology for 31 years. She has a Masters Degree in Educational Communication from the Latin-American Institute for Educational Communication, Mexico, and a Masters in Creativity from Santiago de Compostela University, Spain. She is currently undertaking a Doctoral Degree at the Institute of Education, London. Her research focuses on the competencies required by higher education teachers for fostering students’ creativity.