Sexual Health

Sophie Bergeron  Ph.D

« Promoting the well-being and sexual health of individuals and couples ».

jean francois jodouin Jean-François Jodouin

Jean-François joined the lab in 2015. He is studying in Université de Montréal’s “Recherche et Intervention” doctoral program. His previous degrees include a PhD in Cognitive Science from the Université de Paris-Sud, and more recently, a BA in psychology from McGill University. Jean-François’ research focuses on sexual desire and motivation in couples. He is a Fonds de Recherche du Québec – Society and Culture (FRQ-SC) scholarship recipient.



  • Jodouin, J.-F., Bergeron, S., Desjardins, F., & Janssen, E. (2018). Sexual behavior mediates the relationship between sexual motives and sexual outcomes: A daily diary study. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 1-12.
  • Jodouin, J.-F., Bergeron, S., & Janssen, E. (2018). The mediating role of sexual behavior in event-level associations between sexual difficulties and sexual satisfaction in newlywed couples. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 15(10), 9.
  • Pâquet, M., Vaillancourt-Morel, M. P., Jodouin, J.-F., Steben, M., & Bergeron, S. (2018). 7-year longitudinal trajectories of pain intensity in women with vulvodynia: Contributions of treatment, pain characteristics, and psychosocial factors. The Journal of Pain, 19(3), S106.
  • Jodouin, J.F. (1994). Les réseaux de neurones, principes et définitions, Ed. Hermès, ISBN 2-86601-435-9.
  • Jodouin, J.F. (1994). Les réseaux neuro-mimétiques, modèles et applications, Ed. Hermès, ISBN 2-86601-436-7.
  • Jodouin, J.F. (1993). Présentation des modèles connexionnistes, Intellectica, 9-10, pp 539.

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