Explore the links below to see our latest media appearances and articles
Should you consider a “sleep divorce”?
Watch Dr Jessica Maxwell here on Seven Sharp, discussing whether couples should consider implementing a "sleep divorce".
Dr Jessica Maxwell discusses Cupla on Seven Sharp
Watch Dr Jessica Maxwell below on Seven Sharp, discussing Cupla - a new couples app designed to keep the spark alive by creating "Better Time Together".
Great Sexpectations: How Your Mindset Shapes Your Love Life
Our lab lead, Dr Jessica Maxwell, chats to the BBC about how one episode of Sex and the City sparked an interest in researching how our beliefs can influence our intimate relationships.
Does Love is Blind Work?
Read this article from Stuff, where Dr Jessica Maxwell discusses whether the premise of Netflix show Love is Blind could work in real life!
Family Risk and Resilience during COVID-19 Lockdown
Read this article from the Royal Society Te Apārangi to learn about our research conducted during the April 2020 COVID-19 lockdown in New Zealand.
Greater Good Science Centre: What is Helping Couples Get through the Pandemic?
Read this article from the Greater Good Science Centre at UC Berkeley to find out what helps couples get through the pandemic.
In Mind: The Sex Tips You Won’t See In Magazines
Read Dr Jessica Maxwell's tips for staying sexually satisfied in long-term relationships in the latest issue of In Mind magazine.
Good Health: Resolving Conflict
Dr Rachel Low chats to Good Health magazine about how communication can effectively resolve conflict in relationships.
Stuff: Sex during COVID
Dr Jess Maxwell discusses the effects of COVID on people's sex lives here.
The Bump: Gender Roles and Parenting during COVID
Auguste Harrington discusses the effect of traditional gender roles on parenting during the pandemic here.
New Research: Sexist Attitudes and Perceptions of Power
Click here and here to read about Dr Emily Cross' and Prof Nickola Overall's research investigating how men's sexist attitudes affect how powerful they feel in their intimate relationships.
Newsroom: Healthy Conflict Makes Families Stronger
Prof Nickola Overall writes about how healthy conflict can actually be beneficial for partners and families.