Miguel Castillo is a researcher of Methodology of Behavioral Sciences in the School of Psychology at the University of Granada (Spain). He earned his Ph.D. in cognitive pretest method from the University of Granada (Spain). He stayed in several national and international research centers during her Ph. D. studies: Departament of Methodology (University of Barcelona, Spain), Institut für Erziehungswissenschaft (IfE) (University of Tübingen, Germany) and Survey Methods Unit in National Centre for Social Research (London, UK).
He has taught several methodological subjects in the Psychology and Psychopedagogy degree at the University of Granada (Spain) and National University of Distance Education (UNED, Spain); such as, psychometry, research methods and techniques, data analysis, research design, etc. His works is related to psychometrics and pretest methods for evaluating survey questionnaire and psychological scales. He is specialized in cognitive interviewing (theory, application methods, data analysis, etc.).
He is also co-author of several scientific papers in journal and conferences related to methodology of behavioral sciences, such as, International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, Psicothema, European Survey Research Association, etc.