Sexual Health
Laboratory

Sophie Bergeron  Ph.D

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

Research assistants

MarianeAumaisMariane Aumais

Mariane is a 2nd year psychology bachelor at the Université de Montréal. She has been a research assistant for the Laboratoire d'étude de la santé sexuelle since the summer of 2019. Mariane's clininal interests are varied, such as psychopathology, forensic psychology and traumas. She is also very interested in interpersonal relationships, particularily in romantic and sexual relationships, interests that she can explore through the Laboratoire d'étude de la santé sexuelle.

 

JulianneBeliveauJulianne Béliveau

Julianne is a second year psychology bachelor student at the Université de Montréal. She has been working as a research assistant for the Sexual Health Laboratory since fall 2019. Her interests in psychology are varied. She's especially interested in changes that occur during adolescence, romantic relationships and neurodevelopment.

 

 

 

ZoeBenoitZoé Benoit

Zoé is currently a second-year undergraduate student in psychology at the Université de Montréal. She joined the Sexual Health Laboratory as a research assistant in fall 2019. Zoe is interested in both the clinical field and the wider world of research. More particularly, she is interested in social psychology, as well as sexual health.

 

 

 

MarianneEmondMarianne Emond

Marianne is a 2nd year psychology bachelor at the Université de Montréal. She has been part of the Sexual Health Laboratory since fall 2019 as a research assistant. Her research interests include conjugal relationships, conjugal violence and the sexuality of couples.

 

 

 

 

Christopher Fenerdjian

Christopher is a second year student majoring in psychology at the Université de Montréal, where he also completed his Bachelor of Laws. He joined the Sexual Health Laboratory as a research assistant in the fall of 2019. His clinical interests are numerous, including relationship dynamics in the context of intimacy, the development of gender identity and sexual orientation, and object relations.

 

MaudeMasséPfisterMaude Massé-Pfister

Maude is a first year student majoring in Psychology at the Université de Montréal and also holds a bachelor’s degree in social work since April 2019, from the same university. She began her involvement as a research assistant in the Sexual Health Laboratory in the fall of 2019. Her clinical interests include self-esteem, eating disorders, as well as various mood disorders.

 

 

 

Belinda Mokri

Belinda is currently a second year Psychology Bachelor student at the Université de Montréal. She joined the Sexual Health Laboratory in fall 2017. Her interests include marital problems, cognitive schemas and the impact of cognitive-behavioral therapy on the well-being of both couples and individuals.

 

ClemenceNoiseux2Clémence Noiseux

Clémence is currently a second-year undergraduate student in cognitive science at the Université de Montréal. Since the fall of 2018, she has been working as a research assistant at the Sexual Health Laboratory. Her interests revolve around environmental factors preventing sexual assault, or helping in the recovery process. She is also interested in healthy developmental stages of children and teenagers.

 

 

BrendaRamosBrenda Ramos

Brenda is a third year student completing her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Université de Montréal. She is currently enrolled in an Honor program under the supervision of Dr. Sophie Bergeron. Brenda is also a research assistant for the Sexual Health Laboratory since summer 2019. Her interests in psychology are diverse. Among other things, she’s interested in interpersonal relationships, developmental changes that occur during adolescence, and human sexuality.

 

MandyVasquezMandy Vasquez

Mandy is currently completing her bachelor's degree in Psychology at the Université de Montréal. She is pursuing her Honor program under Dre. Sophie Bergeron supervision. She joined the Sexual Health Laboratory, as a research assistant, in May 2019. Her areas of research interests include social psychology, sexual delinquency, spousal abuse, substance abuse, and juvenile prostitution.

 

 

Eric WongEric Wong

Eric is a third-year student completing his bachelor’s degree in psychology at the Université de Montréal. He has been working as a research assistant for the Sexual Health Laboratory since fall 2019. He is interested in the reality of today’s youth as well as youth mental health issues. More specifically, he is interested in the effects of mistreatment and trauma on their development, in identity construction, in interpersonal relationships as well as psychopathology.

 

 

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