Bartłomiej Swebodziński: passionate about neuroscience, doctor of psychology dealing with the diagnosis and neuropsychological rehabilitation of patients with focal brain injuries and neurodegenerative diseases. A graduate of the Faculty of Psychology at the University of Warsaw, Postgraduate Studies in Applied Behavior Analysis and Interdisciplinary Doctoral Studies at SWPS University of Humanities and Social Science in Warsaw. He also completed training in human brain neuroimaging using functional magnetic resonance, including programming research protocols. At the same time, a lecturer at the Fryderyk Chopin University of Music in Warsaw, conducting numerous classes in the field of psychology and social skills training. He also works as a teacher at the University of Social Sciences and Humanities in Warsaw and the Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw in the field of neuropsychology and biological basis of behavior. Member of the board of the Polish Society of Behavioral Psychology, affiliated with the Association for Behavior Analysis International. Participant of international scientific symposia, as well as co-author of scientific publications in the field of behavior analysis and psychology of music. Moreover, he was a former flutist and reciter, performing early music with the Ars Nova ensemble from Warsaw, and previously Ars Antiqua from Bierzwnik. A lover of New Zealand, all animals, deliciously prepared regional cuisine as well as original literature and well-made music.