Natalie O. Rosen
Natalie O. Rosen
Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience; Obstetrics & Gynaecology, Dalhousie University
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Machine learning uncovers the most robust self-report predictors of relationship quality across 43 longitudinal couples studies
S Joel, PW Eastwick, CJ Allison, XB Arriaga, ZG Baker, E Bar-Kalifa, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (32), 19061-19071, 2020
A little uncertainty goes a long way: State and trait differences in uncertainty interact to increase information seeking but also increase worry
NO Rosen, B Knäuper
Health communication 24 (3), 228-238, 2009
Sexual and relationship intimacy among women with provoked vestibulodynia and their partners: Associations with sexual satisfaction, sexual function, and pain self‐efficacy
K Bois, S Bergeron, NO Rosen, P McDuff, C Grégoire
The journal of sexual medicine 10 (8), 2024-2035, 2013
Differentiating intolerance of uncertainty from three related but distinct constructs
NO Rosen, E Ivanova, B Knäuper
Anxiety, Stress & Coping 27 (1), 55-73, 2014
Woman and partner-perceived partner responses predict pain and sexual satisfaction in provoked vestibulodynia (PVD) couples
NO Rosen, S Bergeron, B Leclerc, B Lambert, M Steben
The journal of sexual medicine 7 (11), 3715-3724, 2010
Female sexual pain disorders: a review of the literature on etiology and treatment
S Bergeron, S Corsini-Munt, L Aerts, K Rancourt, NO Rosen
Current Sexual Health Reports 7, 159-169, 2015
Impact of male partner responses on sexual function in women with vulvodynia and their partners: a dyadic daily experience study.
NO Rosen, S Bergeron, G Sadikaj, M Glowacka, I Delisle, ML Baxter
Health Psychology 33 (8), 823, 2014
Genital pain in women: Beyond interference with intercourse
S Bergeron, NO Rosen, M Morin
Pain 152 (6), 1223-1225, 2011
Harmful or helpful: Perceived solicitous and facilitative partner responses are differentially associated with pain and sexual satisfaction in women with provoked vestibulodynia
NO Rosen, S Bergeron, M Glowacka, I Delisle, ML Baxter
The journal of sexual medicine 9 (9), 2351-2360, 2012
Intimacy, sexual satisfaction, and sexual distress in vulvodynia couples: An observational study.
K Bois, S Bergeron, N Rosen, MH Mayrand, A Brassard, G Sadikaj
Health Psychology 35 (6), 531, 2016
Feasibility and preliminary effectiveness of a novel cognitive–behavioral couple therapy for provoked vestibulodynia: A pilot study
S Corsini‐Munt, S Bergeron, NO Rosen, MH Mayrand, I Delisle
The Journal of Sexual Medicine 11 (10), 2515-2527, 2014
Sexual distress and sexual problems during pregnancy: Associations with sexual and relationship satisfaction
SA Vannier, NO Rosen
The journal of sexual medicine 14 (3), 387-395, 2017
A new baby in the bedroom: Frequency and severity of postpartum sexual concerns and their associations with relationship satisfaction in new parent couples
HE Schlagintweit, K Bailey, NO Rosen
The journal of sexual medicine 13 (10), 1455-1465, 2016
How aging affects self-reports
B Knäuper, K Carrière, M Chamandy, Z Xu, N Schwarz, NO Rosen
European journal of ageing 13, 185-193, 2016
How implicit theories of sexuality shape sexual and relationship well-being.
JA Maxwell, A Muise, G MacDonald, LC Day, NO Rosen, EA Impett
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 112 (2), 238, 2017
Genito-pelvic pain through a dyadic lens: Moving toward an interpersonal emotion regulation model of women’s sexual dysfunction
NO Rosen, S Bergeron
The Journal of Sex Research 56 (4-5), 440-461, 2019
Acceptance of vulvovaginal pain in women with provoked vestibulodynia and their partners: Associations with pain, psychological, and sexual adjustment
KE Boerner, NO Rosen
The journal of sexual medicine 12 (6), 1450-1462, 2015
Talking about sex when sex is painful: Dyadic sexual communication is associated with women’s pain, and couples’ sexual and psychological outcomes in provoked vestibulodynia
KM Rancourt, NO Rosen, S Bergeron, LJ Nealis
Archives of Sexual Behavior 45, 1933-1944, 2016
Provoked vestibulodynia: Mediators of the associations between partner responses, pain, and sexual satisfaction
NO Rosen, S Bergeron, B Lambert, M Steben
Archives of Sexual Behavior 42, 129-141, 2013
Daily associations between partner responses and sexual and relationship satisfaction in couples coping with provoked vestibulodynia
NO Rosen, A Muise, S Bergeron, I Delisle, ML Baxter
The journal of sexual medicine 12 (4), 1028-1039, 2015
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