Simon Rigoulot
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Formation
  • Stages post-doctoraux
    • Développement intellectuel et affectif, Laboratoire NED, Université de Montréal
    • Corrélats neuronaux du traitement des sons émotionnels, BRAMS, Université de Montréal
    • Interactions multi-modales dans le traitement des informations émotionnelles, Ecole des Sciences de la Communication et Pathologies, Université McGill
  • Doctorat en Sciences de Santé, spécialisation Neurosciences Cognitives, Université Lille 2 (France)
Champ d'intérêt / Domaine d'expertise
  • Neurosciences affectives et sociales
  • Neurosciences cognitives

  • Traitement information émotionnelle multi-modale
  • Emotion et processus attentionnels
  • Emotion et processus cognitifs (mémoire, langage...)
  • Influences cross-culturelles
  • Développement affectif

  • Prosodie émotionnelle
  • Prosodie de langage
  • Neuropragmatiques

  • Electrophysiologie humaine (EEG), Magnéto-encéphalographie (MEG)
  • Traquage oculaire
  • Indices neurovégétatifs (RED, EMG, ECG)
  • Spectroscopie à infra-rouge (fNIRS)
Liste des cours enseignés
Sigle Titre
PSY1016 Travaux pratiques de recherche en psychologie
PSY1047 Les fonctions nerveuses supérieures
PSY1068 Psychologie des émotions
SRP6027 Séminaire lié à l'essai ou à la thèse
SRP6029 Séminaire de recherche
Service à la collectivité
  • Comité de promotion de la recherche au Département de Psychologie
  • Evaluateur externe pour fonds de recherche (SFN)
  • Réviseur pour articles scientifiques (Neuroimage; Emotion; Social, Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience; Biological psychiatry; Brain Research; Neuropsychologia; International Journal of Psychophysiology; Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology; Speech Communication; Frontiers in Human psychopathology; Journal of Affective Disorder; Psychological Research)
Publications
  • Knoth, I.S. , Rigoulot, S., Lacourse, K., Lajnef, T., Vannasing, P., Michaud, J., Jerbi, K., Lippé, S. (2018). Cognitive impairment severity in Fragile X syndrome revealed by auditory repetition effects: A combined EEG and machine learning approach. (accepted, J of Dev Science).
  • Nolden, S., Rigoulot, S., Jolicoeur, P., Armony, J.L. (2017). Effects of musical expertise on oscillatory brain activity in response to emotional sounds. Neuropsychologia, 103, 96-105.
  • Rigoulot, S., Knoth, I., Lafontaine, M.-F., Vannasing, P., Major, P., Jacquemond, S., Michaud, J., Lippé. S. (2017). Altered visual repetition suppression in Fragile X Syndrome: evidence from EEG. International Journal of Developmental Neuroscience, 59, 52-59.
  • Liu, P., Rigoulot, S., M.D. Pell. (2017). Cultural immersion alters emotion perception: Neurophysiological evidence from Chinese immigrants in North America. Social Neuroscience, 12 (6), 685-700.
  • Rigoulot, S., & J.L. Armony. (2016). Early selectivity in auditory cortex for vocal and musical sounds: Electrophysiological evidence. European Journal of Neuroscience, 44(10), 2786-2794.
  • Pell, M.D., Rothernich, K., Liu, P., Sethi, S., Paulmann, S., Rigoulot, S. (2015). Preferential decoding of emotion from human non-linguistic vocalizations versus speech prosody. Biological Psychology, 111, 14-25.
  • Liu, P., Rigoulot, S., M.D. Pell. (2015). Cultural differences in on-line sensitivity to emotional voices: Comparing East and West. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 9, 311
  • Rigoulot, S., Pell, M.D. & J.L. Armony. (2015). Time course of the influence of musical expertise on the processing of vocal and musical sounds. Neuroscience, 290, 175-184. 
  • Liu, P., Rigoulot, S., M.D. Pell. (2014). Culture modulates the brain response to human expressions of emotion: Electrophysiological evidence. Neuropsychologia, 67C:1-13.
  • Rigoulot, S. & Pell, M.D. (2014). Emotion in the voice influences the way we scan emotional faces. Speech communication, 65, 36-49.
  • Rigoulot, S., Fish, K. & Pell, M.D. (2014). Neural correlates of inferring speaker sincerity from white lies: An event-related potential source. Brain Research, 1565, 48-62.
  • Rigoulot, S., Wassiliwizky, E. & Pell, M.D. (2013). Feeling backwards? How temporal order in speech affects the time course of vocal emotion recognition. Frontiers in Emotion Science, 4, 367.
  • Rigoulot, S., D’Hondt, F., Honoré, J., Sequeira, H. (2012). Implicit emotional processing in peripheral vision: Behavioral and neural evidence. Neuropsychologia, 50(12), 2887-2896.
  • Rigoulot, S. & Pell, M.D. (2012). Seeing emotion with your ears: Emotional prosody implicitly guides visual attention to faces. PLOS One, 7(1), e30740.
  • Rossignol, M. Philippot, P., Bissot, C., Rigoulot, S., Campanella, S. (2012). Electrophysiological correlates of enhanced perceptual processes and attentional capture by emotional faces in social anxiety. Brain Research, 1460, 50-62.
  • Rigoulot, S., D’Hondt, F., Defoort-Dhellemmes, S., Despretz, P., Honoré, J., Sequeira, H. (2011). Perceiving fearful faces in peripheral vision: behavioral and ERP evidence. Neuropsychologia, 49(7), 2013-2021.
  • D’Hondt, F., Collignon, O., Dubarry, A.S., Robert, M., Rigoulot, S., Honoré, J., Lepore, F., Lassonde, M., Sequeira, H. (2010). Early brain-body impact of emotional arousal. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 4, 33.
  • Rigoulot, S., Delplanque, S., Despretz, P., Defoort-Dhellemmes, S., Honoré, J., Sequeira, H. (2008). Peripherally Presented Emotional Scenes: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of Early ERP Responses. Brain Topography, 20(4), 216-223.
  • Delplanque, S., Silvert, L., Hot, P., Rigoulot, S., Sequeira, H. (2006). Arousal and valence effects on event-related P3a and P3b during emotional categorization. International Journal of Psychophysiology, 60(3), 315-322.
Collaborations internationales en recherche et en enseignement
  • Prof. S. Dalla Bella, N. Gosselin (BRAMS, CRBLM, Université de Montréal)
  • Prof. M.D. Pell (SCSD, McGill University)
  • Prof. J. Armony (Douglas Institute, McGill University)
  • Prof. H. Sequeira (Université de Lille, France)
  • Prof. S. Campanella (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgique)
  • Prof. G. Pourtois (Genk University, Belgique)
  • S. Delplanque (Université de Genève, Suisse)