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

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Goldberg, J. (2000). Female sexual arousal disorder. In S. R. Leiblum & R. C. , pp. 85–117). New York: Guilford. Basson, R. (2000). The female sexual response: A different model. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 26, 51–64. , et al. (2004). Summary of the recommendations on sexual dysfunctions in women. Journal of Sexual Medicine, 1, 24–34. , et al. (2000). Report of the International Consensus Development Conference on Female Sexual Dysfunction: Definitions and classifications. Journal of Urology, 163, 888–893.

2007). , 2007). On the other hand, without assessing distress, prevalence rates for sexual problems are markedly higher. Some epidemiological studies, which have not assessed distress, have been criticized for producing estimates of ‘‘sexual dysfunction’’ that are widely agreed to be inflated. , 1999). In this widely cited paper, 43% of women and 31% of men were identified as having a ‘‘sexual dysfunction,’’ described as ‘‘a largely uninvestigated yet significant public health problem’’ (p. 544).

2000) compared a group of women diagnosed with FSAD with a group of women without sexual complaints. In a principal components analysis of the questionnaire items, the first component included measures of both sexual desire and arousal (particularly in the FSAD group). It was observed that this finding ‘‘demonstrates a considerable overlap between the dimensions of desire and arousal in women, consistent with clinical Arch Sex Behav (2010) 39:240–255 observation and contrasting with findings in studies of sexual dysfunction in men’’ (p.

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