Inozemtseva Olga Ph.D., is Full-time Professor-Researcher of Neuroscience Institute and Department of Education of University of Guadalajara, Mexico. Head of the laboratory Neuropsychology of Addictions. Her work is focused on examining the role of executive functions (EF) —particularly the inhibitory control—in addictive behavior of both, substance dependents and pathological gamblers. Her professional interest is the study of factors involved in addictive behavior, particularly personality and cognitive characteristics in dependent patients and high-risk for substance use adolescents. Her work has been published in peer reviewed journals and scientific books. She participates actively in the training of postgraduate students in the Neuroscience area.