Participant characteristics are reported in Table 2. The item questionnaire, a demographics questionnaire, and several other measures not relevant to the current study were administered to females enrolled in psychology classes at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada in exchange for course credit. Conclusions The items that comprise the SSS-W were written based on recurrent themes in the sexual satisfaction literature, and on interviews of women diagnosed with female sexual dysfunction. We inspected three and four factor solutions, based on unweighted least squares extraction followed by oblique rotation to simple structure via the direct oblimin method. One hundred and eighty-one women completed the first session of the study. They were given a chance to ask any questions regarding the study, were debriefed, and paid for their participation. Item Factors 1 2 3 4 5 Contentment 1. We believe that the findings reported here support the distinction between personal and relational aspects of distress.
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