Amy Muise

PhD Candidate

Social Psychologist

Sexuality & Relationship Researcher


    Amy Muise is a PhD Candidate in the Applied Social Psychology program at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. Amy studies how interdependence (mutual influence between partners) and motivational goals influence sexual desire in long-term relationships. She also researches the social effects of new media - specifically how new technologies have changed the dating script and how social network sites such as Facebook influence relationships and the experience of jealousy. Finally, Amy conducts research related to sexual well-being and various forms of sexual expression.

Current Position: PhD Candidate, Researcher, Sessional Lecturer
Location: University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Research Areas: Sexual desire,sexual motivations, love, romantic relationships, dating, gender and the social effects of new media

Follow Amy on:mailto:amuise@uoguelph.cashapeimage_3_link_0