Archives of Sexual Behavior, Vol 39, issue 2, April 2010 by Kenneth J. Zucker (ed.)

By Kenneth J. Zucker (ed.)

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202). In a study that sought to build a model of mid-aged women’s sexual arousal, Dennerstein, Lehert, and Burger (2005) found that items on women’s sexual responsiveness or arousal were not separable from items relating to sexual desire. , the Brief Index of Sexual Functioning (BISF)) (Taylor, Rosen, & Leiblum, 1994) have been found to have very different factor structures when they are modified for use with women. Heiman (2001) noted that the female desire factor was ‘‘strikingly different’’ on the female BISF questionnaire from the desire factors on the male questionnaire.

Also, Segraves et al. (2007) pointed out that the inclusion of the distress criterion in DSM-IV could be considered an unnecessary addition, given that the introductory text makes explicit that a behavioral pattern can be considered a psychiatric disorder only if it engenders distress or disability. However, assessing distress in a clinical situation, including the distinction between so-called ‘‘personal’’ distress and ‘‘interpersonal’’ distress, is clearly important and can inform treatment decisions.

2003, 2004). Regarding FSAD, criticism was directed at the DSM-IV focus on women’s genital response and the omission of both subjective and non-genital physiological changes from the diagnostic criteria. The committee proposed the following three subtypes of FSAD: (1) Subjective sexual arousal disorder; (2) Genital sexual arousal disorder; and (3) Combined genital and subjective arousal disorder. The third subtype was viewed as being the ‘‘most common clinical presentation’’ and was ‘‘usually comorbid with lack of sexual interest’’ (p.

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