Dr. Amy Muise was a member of the Couples and Sexual Health lab as a postdoctoral fellow supported by an IWK Health Center fellowship. Amy is a Social Psychologist and relationship scientist who studies sexual motivation and the maintenance of sexual desire and relationship satisfaction in established romantic relationships. She will be applying her research on sexual motivation to clinical samples of couples as well as to important health outcomes. She is particularly interested in how people’s motivation to meet their partner’s sexual needs is associated with improved sexual functioning and quality in couples. Amy completed has a Master’s Degree in Human Sexuality and a PhD in Applied Social Psychology from the University of Guelph.
- I hear you – but do you hear me? The Role of Depressive Symptoms and Attachment Styles in Partner Responsiveness
- A Comparison of Couple Therapy and Medical Treatment for Provoked Vestibulodynia (PVD) Study
- Transition to Parenthood Study
- Daily Goals in Couples with Vulvodynia Study
- Sexual Intimacy and Wellbeing Study