By Adenike Ogunrinde, June 2016
Amanda Timmers is a gracious young woman, a passionate PhD candidate in Psychology at Queen’s University, and a recent recipient of the distinguished Women’s Health Scholar Award. Amanda’s research focuses on sexual psychophysiology. Her dissertation is focused, more specifically, on investigating the determinants of sexual arousal patterns in men and women, and exploring the associated physiological changes that occur. Amanda’s research also involves following women across their menstrual cycles to determine if there are corresponding variations in sexual responding.