François Grosjean received his degrees up to the Doctorat d'Etat from the University of Paris, France. He started his academic career at the University of Paris 8 and then left for the U.S. in 1974 where he taught and did research in Psycholinguistics at Northeastern University, Boston. While at Northeastern, he was also a Research Affiliate at the Speech Communication Laboratory at MIT. In 1987, he was appointed Professor at Neuchâtel University, Switzerland, where he founded the Language and Speech Processing Laboratory. He has lectured occasionally at the Universities of Basel, Zurich and Oxford. In 1998, he cofounded the journal Bilingualism: Language and Cognition (Cambridge University Press). His domains of interest are the perception, comprehension and production of speech, bilingualism and biculturalism, sign language and the bilingualism of the Deaf, the evaluation of speech comprehension in aphasic patients, as well as the modeling of language processing. His website is www.francoisgrosjean.ch and he has a separate blog at http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/life-bilingual .