Ana Hernández got her PhD in Psychology in 1998 at the University of Valencia, where she has been associate professor since 2003. She has a double affiliation with the department of Methodology, and the Research Institute for Personnel Psychology, Organizational Development, and Quality of Working Life (IDOCAL).
Her main methodological research interests are related to validity of measurement instruments, in general, and scale and item functioning, in particular. She has published about these topics in journals such as Multivariate Behavioral Research, Journal of Applied Psychology and Structural Equation Modeling. She has represented Spain in the EFPA commission for the European accreditation of test users and is member of the Spanish Test Commission within the Spanish Psychological Association. She is current secretary of the AMECCO (Spanish Association of Methodology of Behavioral Sciences), and member of the executive committee of the EAM (European Association of Methodology).
Regarding WOP-P Psychology, her main research interests are related to team climate, leadership, and underemployment. She has recently published on these topics in journals such as Journal of Applied Psychology, European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, and the book Underemployment: Psychological, Economic, and Social Challenges. In addition, she is coordinator of the Studies Section in the Observatory of Job Insertion and Occupational Guidance at the University of Valencia (OPAL).