Kristen Mark, PhD, MPH, CSE
Kristen Mark, PhD, MPH, CSE
Endowed Chair and Professor, University of Minnesota Medical School
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Infidelity in heterosexual couples: Demographic, interpersonal, and personality-related predictors of extradyadic sex
KP Mark, E Janssen, RR Milhausen
Archives of sexual behavior 40 (5), 971-982, 2011
2852011
A psychometric comparison of three scales and a single-item measure to assess sexual satisfaction
KP Mark, D Herbenick, JD Fortenberry, S Sanders, M Reece
The Journal of Sex Research 51 (2), 159-169, 2014
1472014
The mediating role of sexual and nonsexual communication between relationship and sexual satisfaction in a sample of college-age heterosexual couples
KP Mark, KN Jozkowski
Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy 39 (5), 410-427, 2013
1152013
Gender differences in desire discrepancy as a predictor of sexual and relationship satisfaction in a college sample of heterosexual romantic relationships
KP Mark, SH Murray
Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy 38 (2), 198-215, 2012
1152012
The relative impact of individual sexual desire and couple desire discrepancy on satisfaction in heterosexual couples
KP Mark
Sexual and Relationship Therapy 27 (2), 133-146, 2012
852012
The object of sexual desire: Examining the “what” in “what do you desire?”
K Mark, D Herbenick, D Fortenberry, S Sanders, M Reece
The journal of sexual medicine 11 (11), 2709-2719, 2014
742014
Perceived emotional and sexual satisfaction across sexual relationship contexts: Gender and sexual orientation differences and similarities
KP Mark, JR Garcia, HE Fisher
The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 24 (2), 120-130, 2015
702015
Sexual desire discrepancy as a feature, not a bug, of long‐term relationships: Women's self‐reported strategies for modulating sexual desire
D Herbenick, M Mullinax, K Mark
The journal of sexual medicine 11 (9), 2196-2206, 2014
612014
The impact of daily sexual desire and daily sexual desire discrepancy on the quality of the sexual experience in couples
KP Mark
The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 23 (1), 27-33, 2014
492014
The impact of sexual compatibility on sexual and relationship satisfaction in a sample of young adult heterosexual couples
KP Mark, RR Milhausen, SB Maitland
Sexual and Relationship Therapy 28 (3), 201-214, 2013
492013
Maintaining sexual desire in long-term relationships: A systematic review and conceptual model
KP Mark, JA Lasslo
The Journal of Sex Research 55 (4-5), 563-581, 2018
402018
The impact of attachment style on sexual satisfaction and sexual desire in a sexually diverse sample
KP Mark, LM Vowels, SH Murray
Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy 44 (5), 450-458, 2018
302018
“Bi” ing into monogamy: Attitudes toward monogamy in a sample of bisexual-identified adults.
K Mark, D Rosenkrantz, I Kerner
Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity 1 (3), 263, 2014
302014
Sexual desire discrepancy
KP Mark
Current Sexual Health Reports 7 (3), 198-202, 2015
272015
The influence of attraction to partner on heterosexual women’s sexual and relationship satisfaction in long-term relationships
KP Mark, D Herbenick
Archives of sexual behavior 43 (3), 563-570, 2014
242014
Less sex, but more sexual diversity: Changes in sexual behavior during the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic
JJ Lehmiller, JR Garcia, AN Gesselman, KP Mark
Leisure Sciences, 1-10, 2020
222020
A systematic review of dyadic studies examining relationship quality in couples facing colorectal cancer together
K Kayser, C Acquati, JB Reese, K Mark, D Wittmann, E Karam
Psycho‐oncology 27 (1), 13-21, 2018
222018
Understanding problems with condom fit and feel: An important opportunity for improving clinic-based safer sex programs
RA Crosby, RR Milhausen, KP Mark, WL Yarber, SA Sanders, CA Graham
The journal of primary prevention 34 (1-2), 109-115, 2013
222013
Impact of contraceptive type on sexual desire of women and of men partnered to contraceptive users
KP Mark, CE Leistner, JR Garcia
The journal of sexual medicine 13 (9), 1359-1368, 2016
182016
Fifty shades of sexual health and BDSM identity messaging: A thematic analysis of the Fifty Shades series
CE Leistner, KP Mark
Sexuality & Culture 20 (3), 464-485, 2016
172016
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