347: Michelle Drouin | Understanding And Detailing The Intimacy Famine In “Out Of Touch”


Is there an intimacy famine in place at this time? Are people short of touch and connection that is vital for a healthy life? Indeed, “millions of people around the world are not getting the physical, emotional, and intellectual intimacy they crave.” Behavior scientist Dr. Michelle Drouin joins on episode 347 of the show to cover topics in relation to this famine that is in place.

Dr. Michelle Drouin (B.A. Cornell University; Ph.D. University of Oxford) is a psychology professor, forensic consultant, expert witness, and internationally-recognized researcher and speaker on issues related to technology, relationships, couples, and sexuality, including issues related to addiction and partner violence. Dr. Drouin’s research has attracted international attention, and she regularly does interviews for television, radio, newspapers, and magazines.

She is Professor of Psychology at Purdue University-Fort Wayne and Senior Research Scientist at the Parkview Mirro Center for Research and Innovation.


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