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Relationship Research

 

Life satisfaction of neurotypical (NT) women in relationship

with an Asperger Syndrome (AS) partner.
 

Some neurotypical women in relationships with partners with Asperger Syndrome report negative implications for their health and wellbeing.

 

This study aims to investigate the life satisfaction/wellbeing of neurotypical (NT) women who are currently in, or have been involved in a relationship with a person who has AS (an Aspie). 

 

The relationship must have been a live-in relationship and survived for a period of at least 3 years.

 

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SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY: DEAKIN UNIVERSITY

 

Research on Men in Relationships

 

Men aged 18-65 who are currently involved in a heterosexual relationship are invited to participate in this online, anonymous study on the physical, emotional and sexual functioning of men in relationships. Specifically, this Doctoral of Psychology thesis aims to investigate factors associated with sexual functioning and dysfunction in men who are in relationships.

 

This study will provide a better understanding as to which factors contribute to the onset and maintenance of sexual dysfunction, in order to provide appropriate treatment in the clinical field.

 

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SCHOOL OF PSYCHOLOGY: DEAKIN UNIVERSITY

 

Relationship Satisfaction

 

The project is investigating newlyweds' perceptions of spousal support and its impact on heterosexual couples' psychological wellbeing and relationship satisfaction. 

 

Research of this kind is likely to assist couples in developing patterns in the early states of their marriage that will allow them to maintain satisfying and long lasting relationships.

 

The survey will take approximately 30 minutes to.  All participants will be informed of their right to withdraw from the study at anytime and all information will be treated as strictly confidential.

 

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