Faculty Profile

Dr. Paul Tremblay

Dr. Paul Tremblay

Assistant Professor



Contact Information:

519-661-2111 ext. 85644
SSC 6336

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Research Areas


What has remained consistent during my academic trajectory is my interest in quantitative research methods. After secondary school, I completed a Forestry technician diploma at Algonquin College, Pembroke ON. At that time, I discovered the magic of sampling and population estimates and I was captivated by the research at the Petawawa Research Forest aiming to find the ideal spacing in tree plantations to maximize growth and volume.

After a few years working in forestry mainly as a scaler, I completed my BA (Honours) in Psychology at Nipissing University in North Bay ON, and my graduate training here at Western University in Psychology (Measurement) from 1992 to 1998 under the supervision of R.C. Gardner.

Before joining the Psychology department at Western in 2013, I was a Scientist and a Research Associate at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) for over twelve years, researching alcohol consumption patterns, depressive symptoms, and academic outcomes in young adults.