Marie-Aude Boislard, Ph.D.
Professor, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQÀM)
My research program examines adolescent and emerging adults’ psychosexual development features. Specifically, my ongoing SSHRC research projects focus on the transition into sexual activity (including among women who have sex with women), on desynchronization of the sexual transition timing (i.e. early versus late onset, virginity in adulthood), on the social and media representations of adults’ sexual inexperience, and on sexlessness and involuntary incelibacy (I.e. Incels, Femcels) in emerging adulthood.
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Project VisaJE is looking for participants
We are currently looking for adults 18 years and older. Participation in the study is confidential and the data will remain anonymous. Participation consists of an online questionnaire lasting approximately 25 minutes. You will have the chance to participate in a draw for an iPad Mini or several Amazon gift cards valued at $100.
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News at the DESAJ laboratory!
The newsletter of the Research Laboratory on Sexual Development of Adolescents and Young Adults (DESAJ). With the creation of this newsletter, we are taking the initiative to keep you informed of current research projects and upcoming events in a timely manner.
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