Simon Grondin is a Professor of Psychology at UniversitÃ© Laval. He specializes in experimental psychology (psychophysics, perception and cognition). He studies the properties of an internal clock and the processing of temporal information, both within and across sensory modes (mainly audition and vision). Specifically, his research includes experiments on the influence of space on time judgments, rhythm, the learning and transfer of temporal information, and the role of attention and memory on duration estimation. He is also interested in the neural bases of temporal information processing. He was the Editor of the Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006-2009) and is an Associate Editor for Attention, Perception and Psychophysics since 2006.