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TitleDyadic adjustment and sexual satisfaction in HPV diagnosed portuguese women: a longitudinal study
Author(s)Santos, B. D.
Moreira, C.S.
Vilaça, M.
Carvalho, E.
Pereira, M. Graça
Issue dateMay-2020
JournalJournal of Sex & Marital Therapy
CitationSantos, B. D., Moreira, C. S., Vilaça, M., Carvalho, E., & Pereira, M. G. (2020). Dyadic Adjustment and Sexual Satisfaction in HPV Diagnosed Portuguese Women: A Longitudinal Study. Journal of sex & marital therapy, 46(6), 564-575
Abstract(s)This study examined the relationship between dyadic adjustment and sexual satisfaction, in Portuguese women diagnosed with human papillomavirus (HPV), using a 1-year longitudinal design. Women were assessed at the beginning of the study (N = 209), six months after (N = 178) and twelve months later (N = 105). A better dyadic adjustment predicted more sexual satisfaction but the inverse was not observed. Younger women (< 40 years) showed greater difficulties in dyadic adjustment, while older women (> 40 years) reported lower sexual satisfaction. Findings highlight the importance of intervening with couples, using different intervention programs according to women's age.
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