Sexual Health
Laboratory

Sophie Bergeron  Ph.D

« Promoting the well-being and sexual health of individuals and couples ».

Research assistants

Laurie Beauvilliers 2022cLaurie Beauvilliers

Laurie is currently in her third year of undergraduate studies. She is enrolled in the Honours psychology program at the Université de Montréal. She has been a research assistant in the Sexual Health Laboratory since fall 2021. She aspires to pursue graduate studies in clinical psychology. Her research interests include communication, sexuality and violence within the couple.

 

 

 

Maria BFL 2022cMaria Belen Field Lira

Maria is a 3rd year undergraduate student in psychology at the Université de Montréal. She has been a research assistant at the Sexual Health Laboratory since fall 2021. Her research interests include conjugal relationships, body image, as well as child abuse and their impacts on relationships and sexuality in adulthood.

 

 

 

Anaika c 2022Anaïka François

Anaïka is an undergraduate student in psychology at the University of Montreal and is undertaking her Honor thesis under the supervision of Dr Sophie Bergeron starting fall 2022. Aspiring to a doctorate degree in research and intervention in clinical psychology, her main research interests revolve around issues related to sexuality within romantic relationships such as sexual diversity and gender identity under an intersectional paradigm.

 

 

Émilie GaudetÉmilie Gaudet

Émilie holds a bachelor’s degree in cinema from Université du Québec à Montréal (2005) and is currently in her final year of undergraduate studies in psychology at University of Montréal. In the fall of 2022, she is taking part in a Laboratory 3 class supervised by Béata Bothe, Ph.D., within the Sexual Health Laboratory of Dre Bergeron. Émilie has long been passionate about human emotions, motivations and behaviours. Her research interests focus on the psychology of pain and sexual dysfunctions. She hopes to start her PhD in clinical psychology in 2023. With Presaj, she is studying associations between motivations and sexual well-being within the framework of problematic and non-problematic pornography use.

 

Charlotte Helie 2022cCharlotte Hélie

Charlotte is a 2nd year undergraduate in psychology at Université de Montréal. She has been a research assistant at the Sexual Health Laboratory since May 2022. She takes interests in interpersonal relationships, sexual dysfunctions and positive psychology.

 

 

 

 

Jessica HR 2022cJessica Herrera-Roberge

Jessica (she/her) holds a bachelor's degree in communication sciences from the Université de Montréal (2018) and a master's degree in project management from the Université du Québec à Montréal (2020). She is currently a 3rd-year undergraduate student in psychology at the Université de Montréal and she is enrolled in the Honours program, under the supervision of Dr. Bergeron. Jessica has been part of the Sexual Health Laboratory since May 2022 as a research assistant. She is keenly interested in attachment insecurities, traumatic experiences within interpersonal relationships and sexual well-being. In 2023, she wishes to pursue a PhD in clinical psychology (Research and Intervention).

 

Aurelie 2022Aurélie Michaud

Aurélie is pursuing a major in psychology and she has been a research assistant at the Sexual Health Laboratory since May 2022. She completed a bachelor's degree in business administration (2017) and a master's degree in business intelligence (2018) at HEC Montreal prior to studying psychology. She holds an expertise in statistics and data analysis, which she currently puts to good use with her involvement in the International Sex Study research project. Her research interests include couple dynamics, adult and adolescent mental health and body image.

 

Lydia Pedneault 2022cLydia Pedneault

Lydia is a third year undergraduate student in Psychology at Université de Montréal. She has been a part of the Sexual Health Laboratory as a research assistant since fall 2021. Her research interests include conjugal relationships, sexual communication and sexuality amongst couples.

 

 

 

Nevena c 2022Nevena Popova

Nevena is a 2nd year undergraduate in psychology at Université de Montréal. She has been a part of the Sexual Health Laboratory as a research assistant since fall 2022. Her research interests include conjugal relationships, sexuality and post-traumatic stress. Her goal is to pursue a PhD in clinical psychology (Research and Intervention).

 

 

 

Mathilde Renaud 2022cMathilde Renaud

Mathilde (she/her) is a third-year bachelor's student in psychology at the University of Montreal and she aspires to enter the Ph. D in research and clinical psychology next year. She was welcomed into the laboratory at the beginning of summer 2022 as a recipient of the SCOUP diversity grant and her tasks as a research assistant focuses on several projects concerning the study of the couple and the study of observational methods. She is a student athlete on Canada's Flag Football team, and she is very passionate about sexual and gender diversity issues. Her research interests include marital relationships, personality, and sexual well-being. 

Arianne RoyArianne Roy

Arianne is a 3rd year undergraduate student in psychology at the Université de Montréal. She has been a research assistant at the Sexual Health Laboratory since summer 2021. Her research interests include conjugal relationships and sexuality, intimacy and it’s impact on sexual satisfaction.

 

 

 

Andreane Simard 2022Andréanne Simard

Andréanne is a 3rd year undergraduate student in psychology at the Université de Montréal. She has been a research assistant at the Sexual Health Laboratory since winter 2020. She is passionate about research on sexuality and couple relationship.

 

 

 

 

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