The effects of different sexual behaviours on sexual wellbeing: A dyadic longitudinal study with adult couples
The Sexual Health Laboratory (Université de Montréal) is currently recruiting couples to participate in a new research project.
The purpose of the current study is to understand how different sexual behaviours (including partnered sexual activities, masturbation, and pornography use) in the couple contribute to the sexual wellbeing of each partner. Each couple fills out three online questionnaires within 12 months.
In compensation, couples will receive 20$ in Amazon gift cards (i.e., 10$ per person) after completion of each of the three questionnaires, for a total of 60$ in gift cards per couple.
This project is approved by the Ethics Committee of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of Université de Montréal (CEREP-19-098-D) and is funded by the Canada Research Chair in Intimate Relationships and Sexual Well-being.
Who can participate:
Partners aged 18 or over, who have been living together for at least one year. *Other eligibility criteria may apply.
How to participate: