Psychological evaluation and measurement of dyspareunia
Despite the high prevalence of dyspareunia, few comprehensive guidelines exist regarding its evaluation. This chapter provides an overview of the clinical interview, standardized measures, and psychophysical methods used to assess the condition.
Dyspareunia; Interviewing in psychiatry; Mental health counseling; Psychosexual disorders; Sexual disorders
Health Psychology | Medicine and Health | Psychiatry and Psychology | Psychology
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Pukall, C. F.,
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Psychological evaluation and measurement of dyspareunia. In Andrew T. Goldstein; Caroline F. Pukall; Irwin Goldstein,
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