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Simone Goldberg

Title: MA Student Pronouns: She/Her/Hers About: Simone is a second-year MA student in the Clinical Psychology program at UBC. Simone is interested in integrating multiple research methodologies (e.g., eye-tracking, psychophysiology, self-report) to better understand the role of attention and inattention in promoting and interfering with sexual well-being. Her research aims to examine common distractors (e.g., […]

Kiarah O’Kane

Title: MA Student Pronouns: She/They About: Kiarah is a first-year MA student in the UBC Clinical Psychology Program. Their research interests are twofold: First, to examine the modifiable factors impacting the sexual well-being of LGBTQ+ individuals and couples. Second, to use psychophysiological and eye tracking methods to explore gender and sexual orientation differences in sexual […]

Marta Kolbuszewska, MA

Title: PhD Student Pronouns: She/Her/Hers About: Marta is a Ph.D. student in clinical psychology and member of the Sexuality and Well-Being Lab. She has a particular interest in integrating dyadic and longitudinal methods to better understand individual and relational processes that contribute to sexual function. Her current research examines sexual pleasure (what it is, who […]

Erin Fitzpatrick, BSc

Title: PhD Student Pronouns: She/Her/Hers About: Originally from Nova Scotia, Erin graduated with an Honours degree in Psychology from Dalhousie University in 2020. She is now an PhD student in the Clinical Psychology program at UBC working in the SWell Lab. Her MA research used complex dyadic longitudinal and daily experience designs to discover factors […]

Inês Tavares, PhD

Title: Post-Doctoral Fellow Pronouns: She/Her/Hers About: Originally from Portugal, Dr. Inês Tavares joined the SWell Lab as a postdoctoral fellow following completion of her Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Porto. Her research integrates laboratory and survey-based methodologies, as well as individual and dyadic approaches to examine biopsychosocial predictors of sexual well-being in clinical […]

Dr. Samantha Dawson

Title:Assistant Professor, PsychologyPrincipal Investigator, SWell Lab Pronouns: She/Her/Hers About: Dr. Samantha Dawson is an Assistant Professor in the Clinical Psychology program at the University of British Columbia and a registered Clinical Psychologist. Since 2009, her research program has focused on identifying mechanisms contributing to sexual function and sexual well-being in individuals and couples, with the […]