Dr Grégory Zelic

Adjunct Researcher

Research Program: Multisensory CommunicationGrégory Zelic


Grégory joined Western Sydney University in 2013 as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Multisensory Processing Team at MARCS Institute. In 2012, he achieved his PhD at the Movement to Health Laboratory in Montpellier, France, on multisensory perception and coordination dynamics. He was interested to determine the benefits of multisensory vs. unisensory perception during bimanual rhythmic coordination.

Within the framework of concepts and tools of coordination dynamics, he addressed the stability of coordinated movements under the action of audio-tactile metronomes. His work contributed to a better understanding of multisensory integration processes, by determining which cross-modal stimuli can facilitate between hands coordination.

His current research concerns the intentional and non-intentional synchronisation between speech and gesture and especially on how a performed /a perceived speech can interfere with gesture performance.

Research Interests

  • Multisensory processing
  • Coordination dynamics (between hands, speech and gesture, intrapersonal, interpersonal)

Qualifications and Honours

  • PhD, University of Montpellier 1, 2012


For a full listing of my publications, please see my Western Sydney University profile page.(opens in a new window)