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Natalie Rosen

Departments of Psychology and Neuroscience, Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Dalhousie University
Young Scholar:
  • 2018 Second Semester

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Vulvodynia is a chronic pain condition that is characterized by recurrent vulvo-vaginal pain that does not have an identifiable cause. With an estimated prevalence of 8% in the general population, this...

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Rosen, Natalie O. 2019. The Importance of Interpersonal Context When Conceptualizing Sexual Pain After Female Genital Cutting. Archives of Sexual Behavior.

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Rosen, Natalie O., and Sophie Bergeron. 2018. Genito-Pelvic Pain Through a Dyadic Lens: Moving Toward an Interpersonal Emotion Regulation Model of Women’s Sexual Dysfunction. The Journal of Sex Research, 1–22.

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Mohammadi, Somayyeh, Christine T. Chambers and Natalie O. Rosen. 2018. Expression of Pain Behaviors and Perceived Partner Responses in Individuals with Chronic Pain. The Clinical Journal of Pain, 1.

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Rosen, Natalie O., Justin P. Dubé, Serena Corsini-Munt and Amy Muise. 2019. Partners Experience Consequences, Too: A Comparison of the Sexual, Relational, and Psychological Adjustment of Women with Sexual Interest/Arousal Disorder and Their Partners to Control Couples. The Journal of Sexual Medicine, 16(1), 83–95.

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Glowacka, Maria , Sophie Bergeron, Isabelle Delisle and Natalie O. Rosen. 2019. Sexual Distress Mediates the Associations Between Sexual Contingent Self-Worth and Well-Being in Women With Genitopelvic Pain: A Dyadic Daily Experience Study. The Journal of Sex Research, 56(3), 314–326.

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