Partner Sexuality Survey. Dr. Stefanie Carnes, LMFT, CSAT-S AAMFT Approved Supervisor. Agenda. Introduction/ History of the tool Administration Overview of scales Statistics/ Research Findings Clinical Use/ Interpretations Other Interventions. Introduction.
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Dr. Stefanie Carnes, LMFT, CSAT-S
AAMFT Approved Supervisor
Relational Sexual Difficulties with Sexual Aversion (.67), Broken Trust (.60), and Risk for Abuse or Injury (.40)
Sex Addiction with Sexual Secrets (.58)
Sexual Aversion with Broken Trust (.40)
Sexual Shame with Body Image Issues (.54) and Obligatory Sex (.42)
Desire for Retribution with Broken Trust (.41)
Only subjects with complete data for the Partner Sexuality Survey were retained (n=8,667)
Multiple Regression was used with the demographics as independent variables (predictors) and each scale score as the dependent variable (criterion).
Because the sample is so large, there would be a lot of ‘statistical’ significance, though not practical significance.
Significance level for independent variables set to p<.001
Only examined regression models where the variability explained in the scale score (R-square) was above 10%