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Psychological Foundations Lab


Tim Racine

Tim Racine is Associate Professor in the Department of Psychology at Simon Fraser University (SFU). Tim is an Area Faculty member of SFU's History, Quantitative & Theoretical Psychology stream, and an Associate Member of the Developmental Psychology stream.

In 2005, Tim completed his PhD at SFU and was hired as an Assistant Professor at the University of Manitoba. After two years in Winnipeg, he accepted a position back at SFU.

Tim’s primary research and teaching interests concern the use of conceptual and evolutionary analysis in psychology. He also has empirical research interests in conceptual and evolutionary issues, and developmental topics, such as social cognitive development and parent-child interaction.

Tim’s research has been funded by grants from the Social Sciences and Research Council of Canada, the Manitoba Health Research Council, Simon Fraser University, and the University of Manitoba.

Contact: tracine@sfu.ca