Selecting Outcome Measures

Prof. Cindy M. Meston Ph.D.

A number of factors complicate researcher's ability to provide comprehensive and meaningful assessment of treatment outcomes for female sexual dysfunction. These include: a lack of an agreed upon model or paradigm for delineating women's sexual response cycle, a lack of consensus regarding diagnostic definitions and classification of sub-types of sexual dysfunction, the known complexity of contextual factors contributing to women's sexual functioning, the high coexistence of sexual desire and arousal disorders in women, and the relative independence of subjective and physiological measures of sexual response in women. 

 

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Recorded: Sydney, Australia, April 2007

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Prof. Cindy M. Meston Ph.D.

Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Texas at Austin and Director, The Sexual Psychophysiology Laboratory, Texas, US.

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