Erin Leigh Courtice B.Sc. (Hons)

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Erin Leigh Courtice B.Sc. (Hons)
Graduate Student, Experimental Psychology Program

B.Sc. (Hons) University of Toronto, 2014

Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 2248
Work E-mail: ecourtic@uOttawa.ca

Erin Leigh Courtice

Biography

Erin Leigh Courtice

Ph.D Student, University of Ottawa

B.Sc. (Hons) University of Toronto, 2014

Erin (she/her/they/them) is a PhD Candidate in Experimental Psychology under the supervision of Dr. Shaughnessy and a Part-Time Professor at uOttawa. In collaboration with Dr. Shaughnessy, Erin has conducted a systematic review of the empirical literature on sexting, cybersex, and phone sex, suggesting that these activities be conceptualized within the unified construct of ‘technology-mediated sexual interactions’. Erin’s doctoral research is supported by the SSHRC doctoral fellowship, and focuses on people’s motivations for and outcomes of using technology-mediated sexual interactions in their romantic relationships. Presently, Erin is also conducting research on people’s experiences with compliant and non-consensual technology-mediated sexual interactions. She also regularly assists with other projects in the INSITE lab. Erin’s research interests are focused in Cyperpsychology, specifically how people’s interpersonal interactions change (and remain the same) when conducted through technology.

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