The Women's Sexual Health Laboratory (Université de Montréal) and the Couple & Sexual Health Laboratory (Dalhousie University) are currently recruiting heterosexual and same-sex couples to participate in a new research project.
The purpose of this research project is to better understand how a couple’s daily intimacy and sexuality affects their wellbeing.
The study will be performed entirely online: Both partners will fill out three questionnaires within a 12-month period, and complete short daily diaries on the Internet for a period of five weeks (35 days). In compensation, couples will receive up to 160$ in Amazon gift certificates, depending on the completion of the questionnaires and diaries. This project is approved by the ethics committee for research in arts and science of the University of Montreal, and is funded by the Canadian Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
Who can participate:
Heterosexual and same-sex couples where the partners are both over the ages of 18, have been living together for at least 1 year and are sexually active may take part in this research project (other selection criteria may apply).
How to participate:
- In Montréal :
Contact Jean-François Jodouin
Tel.: 514-343-6111 poste 37428
- In Halifax :
Contact Kathy Petite, Research Coordinator