Simon Grondin began his career at Laurentian University, where he worked for eight years before joining the faculty of the School of Psychology in 1996. His research focuses mainly on psychological time. He is also interested in hearing (rhythm and language), neuroscience and cognition in sports situations. He was Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006 – 2009) and Associate Editor of Psychologie canadienne / Canadian Psychology (2003-2006) and attention, Perception and Psychophysics (2006-2015).
Perception, Sensation, Psychophysics, Cognition, Neuroscience, Laterality, Perception of time, Psychological time
Doctorat en psychologie expérimentale (Ph. D., 1988), École de psychologie, Université Laval