The Sex, Gender, and Reproductive Psychology Research Team is an interdisciplinary group of researchers focusing on the psychological, behavioural, socio-cultural, and political dimensions of sex, gender, and reproduction. Our research projects, both basic and applied, span the broad spectrum of reproduction. However, our research interests have expanded to also include a wide array of topics related to human sexuality. Our principal goal is to promote informed reproductive decision-making and psychological health and well-being through all aspects of the reproductive process.
Overall, our main research interests include:
Fertility Control and Infertility
Pregnancy and Birth
Prenatal Screening and Testing
Sexuality and Relationships
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Pamela Downe is accepting graduate student applications for the MA programme in Anthropology for a start date of September 2021 (application deadline of January 15, 2021). Please contact her for more information or if you have any questions about the application process.
Karen Lawson is not considering graduate student applications at the present time.