Media

Sex after baby: New study offers surprising finding about new fathers – Ottawa Citizen

Posted on Oct 5, 2016

Recent coverage of findings from our lab regarding the role of empathy and communication in the sexual relationships of first-time parents. Click here to read more.

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Coverage of our Research Regarding New Parents’ Concerns – Sydney Morning Herald

Posted on Oct 5, 2016

Despite the the headline, which is less than ideal and is clearly meant to be sensationalizing, and a bit of misinterpretation of the findings, this article does highlight some of the important findings from a recent study from the CaSH Lab. Click here to read more.

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Let’s Talk about Sex, Baby – Ask the Professionals Feature – Living Healthy

Posted on Sep 8, 2016

Click here to read Living Healthy’s article on pain during sex and ways you can address it, featuring Dr. Rosen and Kate Rancourt.

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Video – Couples improved their sex lives in a week with this one simple tip – Business Insider

Posted on Aug 3, 2016

Video – Couples improved their sex lives in a week with this one simple tip – Business Insider

Click here to watch Business Insider’s video featuring research findings from a recent study on the way the reasons people have sex can influence their satisfaction with their romantic and sexual relationship with their partner (Muise, Boudreau, & Rosen, 2016). (For more information, click here for Dr. Muise’s blog post on these results, and here for the associated...

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After baby, can parents ever regain that lost lovin’ feeling? – The Globe and Mail – March 3rd, 2016

Posted on Mar 31, 2016

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Is love a science? – Sarah Vannier’s interview on CTV News – Feb. 14th, 2016

Posted on Feb 14, 2016

Sarah Vannier, one of our postdoctoral fellows, speaks with Bruce Frisko of CTV News Halifax about the science of love and romance. View Here

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