Human Sexuality Research Laboratory. School of Psychology Faculty of Social Sciences University of Ottawa Jean-Jacques Lussier Vanier Hall, Room. Research laboratories are dominated by men, and that's not only bad for lab culture, it can be dangerous for science. This is to express our gratitude to all that Richard Green has made for the benefit of sex research, sexual health, and sexual rights. Richard Green was like the.
Research laboratories are dominated by men, and that's not only bad for lab culture, it can be dangerous for science. Human Sexuality Research Laboratory. School of Psychology Faculty of Social Sciences University of Ottawa Jean-Jacques Lussier Vanier Hall, Room. We are an inclusive, nonjudgmental, collaborative, and sex positive research laboratory group with a keen interest in community outreach. Dr. Caroline Pukall.
LABORATORY TESTS OF ANGER, FEAR AND SEX. INTEREST. By HENRY T. MOORE, Dartmouth College. The following experiments were devised with a. We conduct basic research, such as examining sexual responses in the laboratory, and clinical research, such as understanding factors that contribute to. Human Sexuality Research Laboratory. School of Psychology Faculty of Social Sciences University of Ottawa Jean-Jacques Lussier Vanier Hall, Room.
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Maybe coincidentally, maybe not, all of the labs I can remember talking with were run by men. If pressed for a reason why they only tested males, the usual answer was that biology was biology and what we find in males, we find in females, but females were more variable.
Is this point important? The majority of post-release drug complications are in women, likely because females are underrepresented in clinical trials — in the same way that female subjects are underrepresented in even fundamental biological studies.
Sample size is almost always an issue in science. More samples allow better resolution, allow us to detect smaller changes and more accurately quantify larger ones, but increase time and cost — and time and money are at a premium.
What if female biology is unique? What if male-dominated labs are focusing on male subjects because at some unconscious level men are basically dicks? Or at least acting like them. My research group essentially asks: How does the amazing amount of variation that we see in DNA at the genome level translate into the phenomenal amount of complexity that we see in biology? My group does a lot of work with Drosophila melanogaster — the fruit fly that may be buzzing around your fruit bowl as you read this.
Yes, I know how to get rid of them. There are hundreds of fly lines available. We can, and have, even worked with flies we collect from the compost bin in my back yard. This practice allows us to better understand the true biology of a system, to understand biology in general — not just the biology of flies.
This ability is incredibly important when working with model systems. Maunder, L. Association of partnership intimacy with hippocampal volume and memory function in healthy adult humans. Increased homonegativity in gynephilic men predicts visual avoidance of male targets in sexual stimuli. Meredith Chivers. Email sagelab queensu. Timmers, A. Gynephilic men's self-reported and genital sexual responses to relationship context cues.
Archives of Sexual Behaviour. Biological Psychology. Read it here! The Vanier Award program recognizes students who demonstrate leadership skills as well as strong research potential and a high standard of scholarly achievement in graduate studies. The program was developed to help establish Canada as a global centre of excellence in research and higher learning.
Read more about the Queen's Vanier recipients here. Gender-specificity of initial and controlled visual attention to sexual stimuli in androphilic women and gynephilic men. PloS One. Read more in this article from the Queen's Gazette. Brotto, L. Archives of Sexual Behavior. Suschinsky, K. The clitoral photoplethysmograph: Response specificity and construct validity. Journal of Sexual Medicine. Straight but not narrow: Within-gender variation in the gender-specificity of women's sexual response.
PLOS One. Rieger, G. Sexual arousal and masculinity-femininity of women. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Effects of gender and sexual activity cues on the sexual responses of women with multidimensionally defined bisexuality. Journal of Bisexuality, 15 , Bouchard, K. Gender-specificity of genital response and self-reported sexual arousal in women endorsing facets of bisexuality. New research article published!
Evaluating gender-specificity of sexual arousal in women and men using thermography. Jackie Huberman's thesis shows that gendered patterns of sexual response, where heterosexual women respond to both preferred and nonpreferred sexual stimuli, are also found using thermal imaging to measure temperature change in the genitals during sexual arousal, instead of just with traditional measures of genital response vaginal and penile plethysmography.
This is important work because some critics of gendered sexual response believe these patterns happen only because of the instruments we use to measure sexual arousal in women.
This study shows that we find the same gender-nonspecific pattern of sexual response in heterosexual women using a different measure of genital response, strengthening the argument that women's sexual response operates differently that men's. Jackie will be presenting her paper at the 41st meeting of the International Academy of Sex Research meeting in Toronto, Aug November 6, 8pm ET!
Chivers will be doing a live twitter chat during the episode - tune in at QSageLab. Chivers will not be accepting new graduate, postgraduate, or undergraduate students for the academic year.
Congratulations to Sagelab post-doc, Dr. You can read about the work Kelly will be conducting here. Meredith Chivers and Samantha Dawson, on being awarded a Senate Advisory Research Council Grant from Queen's University to investigate the attentional mechanisms involved in sexual arousal and desire difficulties in women.
The Sagelab is excited to host Dr. Lori Brotto, Ph. Brotto's colloquium, Mindfulness and Sex, will cover innovative, mindfulness-based treatment approaches for women experiencing difficulties in sexual desire, arousal, distress, and genital pain.
The colloquium will occur at P. Congratulations to former Sagelabber, Jennifer Bossio. The paperwill appearin the Archives of Sexual Behavior and reports on NSERC-funded research examining menstrual cycle effects on the gender-specificity of women'ssexual arousal:.