Thomas Lehoux

Thomas Lehoux, BSc

MA - PhD Student

Thomas Lehoux holds a BSc in psychoeducation and psychology from Université de Montréal and is enrolled in the MA-PhD program of Psychology (Research and Clinical Training Option). Prior to coming to Concordia University, Mr. Lehoux worked four years at the Center for Advanced Research in Sleep Medecine (Montreal) where he studied the relationships between sleep and psychiatric disorders. More particulary, he investigated the non-REM sleep EEG slow waves in children with autism spectrum disorder.

Sleep; EEG; Neuroimaging; Development; Insomnia; ASD; PTSD

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Lehoux T., Carrier J, Godbout R. (2018). Non-REM sleep EEG slow waves in autistic and typically-developing children: Morphological characteristics and scalp distribution. Journal of Sleep Research (submitted for publication).

Simard, V., Bédard, M.-M., Chevalier, V., Blouin, M.-M., Lehoux, T. & Picard, C. (2018). Attachment representations as predictors of sleep problems in children and adolescents. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (submitted for publication).

Lehoux T., Carrier J., Godbout R. (2017). 0920 NonREM sleep EEG slow waves in chidlren with autism. Sleep, Volume 40, Issue suppl_1, 28 April 2017, Pages A342, https://doi.org/10.1093/sleepj/zsx050.919

Lehoux T. (2017). Non-REM sleep EEG slow waves in children with autism. Better Nights Better Days webinar program. Conference Date: 2017/10.

Lehoux T. (2017). Sleep and autism spectrum disorder. Sleep Disorder Journal Club. Conference Date: 2017/8.

Lehoux T., Carrier J., Godbout R. (2017). NREM sleep EEG slow waves in children with autism. Young Investigator Symposium, CSS 2017. Conference Date: 2017/4.

Biography

Thomas Lehoux holds a BSc in psychoeducation and psychology from Université de Montréal and is enrolled in the MA-PhD program of Psychology (Research and Clinical Training Option). Prior to coming to Concordia University, Mr. Lehoux worked four years at the Center for Advanced Research in Sleep Medecine (Montreal) where he studied the relationships between sleep and psychiatric disorders. More particulary, he investigated the non-REM sleep EEG slow waves in children with autism spectrum disorder.

Research Interests

Sleep; EEG; Neuroimaging; Development; Insomnia; ASD; PTSD

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Selected publications

Lehoux T., Carrier J, Godbout R. (2018). Non-REM sleep EEG slow waves in autistic and typically-developing children: Morphological characteristics and scalp distribution. Journal of Sleep Research (submitted for publication).

Simard, V., Bédard, M.-M., Chevalier, V., Blouin, M.-M., Lehoux, T. & Picard, C. (2018). Attachment representations as predictors of sleep problems in children and adolescents. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (submitted for publication).

Lehoux T., Carrier J., Godbout R. (2017). 0920 NonREM sleep EEG slow waves in chidlren with autism. Sleep, Volume 40, Issue suppl_1, 28 April 2017, Pages A342, https://doi.org/10.1093/sleepj/zsx050.919

Lehoux T. (2017). Non-REM sleep EEG slow waves in children with autism. Better Nights Better Days webinar program. Conference Date: 2017/10.

Lehoux T. (2017). Sleep and autism spectrum disorder. Sleep Disorder Journal Club. Conference Date: 2017/8.

Lehoux T., Carrier J., Godbout R. (2017). NREM sleep EEG slow waves in children with autism. Young Investigator Symposium, CSS 2017. Conference Date: 2017/4.