Blaž Rebernjak was born in Zagreb in 1983, where he finished primary and secondary schools. In 2007 he obtained his MA and in 2013 his PhD in the field of psychology at the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Zagreb. Since 2007 he is employed as a research and teaching assistant at the chair of psychometrics and at the same Department. He teaches numerous subjects like statistical software use, test theory, psychometrics and multivariate methodology at the undergraduate and graduate level. He also teaches structural equation modeling and R use at the doctoral level. He has attended and thought numerous schools and workshops aimed at practical methodology in social sciences and general data analysis. He has published papers and participated in conferences with subjects ranging from methodological Monte-Carlo simulations to affective priming experimental studies.