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Sarafina is a student in the doctoral program in clinical psychology at the Universié de Montréal and specializes in research and intervention (R/I). Her research interests revolve around the various impacts of social media use on romantic relationship. More specifically, she examines how jealousy triggered by the partner’s digital content and electronic partner monitoring influence relationship satisfaction in adolescents and young adults with an anxious attachment style. Sarafina is the recipient of a Graduate Scholarship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) for 2020-2021, as well as from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC) for 2021-2022.
Brenda holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology (B. Sc. Honor) from the Université de Montréal. She has been a student in the doctoral program in research and intervention, clinical psychology option (Ph. D. R/I) since September 2020. Her interests include the impacts of interpersonal childhood traumas and personality on relationship functioning and violence within the couple. Brenda is the recipient of a graduate scholarship from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC) for 2020-2021, as well as from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) for 2021-2022.
Apollonia holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from McGill University. She is currently a doctorate student in clinical psychology (Psy D.) at Université de Montréal. Her main clinical and research interests include attachment, biopsychosocial determinants of relationship functioning, and intimate partner violence.
Marianne holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology (B. Sc. Honor) from the Université de Montréal. Marianne has been a graduate student in clinical psychology – research and intervention (Ph.D. R / I) since September 2021. Her research interests include everything related to couple psychology, but more specifically to conflict resolution, violence and sexuality in romantic relationships. Marianne is the recipient of a Graduate Scholarship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) for 2021-2022, as well as from the Fonds de recherche du Québec – Société et culture (FRQSC) for 2022-2023.
Florence is a third-year undergraduate psychology student at Université de Montréal. She will start her Honor research project under the supervision of Marie-Ève Daspe (PhD) in the fall of 2022. She has been a research assistant at the LIVE laboratory since winter 2022. Even though her research interests are diverse, Florence is particularly interested in the determinants of conjugal satisfaction as well as in communication amongst couples.
Arianne is a third-year undergraduate student in psychology at the University of Montreal. She has been a research assistant at the LIVE research laboratory since winter of 2022 and is starting an Honor research project under the supervision of Dr. Daspe on the theme of communication among couples. Arianne’s research interests revolve around several areas of research, including intimacy and its impact on sexual satisfaction within couple relationships as well as domestic violence.
Alexane is currently completing her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Université de Montréal. She has been a research assistant at the LIVE since winter 2022. Working towards a doctorate degree in clinical psychology, her main research interests include romantic relationships, gender and sexual diversity, as well as sexual well-being, both individual and dyadic.
Inès Ait Abdelmalek is a student pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of Montreal. She has been a research assistant at the LIVE research laboratory since Fall 2021. Inès has an insatiable curiosity for human behaviour and development and is focused on 2SLGBTQ+ wellness, awareness of trans and non-binary issues, and sex, gender and sexual orientation as research variables. More broadly, she is interested in the mental health of marginalized communities, attachment and sexuality within relationships, personality disorders and neurodiversity.
Megan is a third year undergraduate student in Cognitive Neuroscience at Montreal University. She has been a research assistant since the summer of 2022 at the LIVE research laboratory. She is currently starting her second laboratory course under Dr. Daspe’s supervision. Her research interests are numerous, but Megan’s interests are mainly communication, sexuality and issues encountered within a couple.
Anaïka is an undergraduate student in psychology at the University of Montreal. Anaïka is the recipient of a SCOUP scholarship and is completing her internship as a research assistant in the LIVE research laboratory during the summer of 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.