The Index of Sexual Satisfaction measures the degree of sexual discord or dissatisfaction that is felt or perceived by a client with respect to the sexual relationship with a partner or spouse. The items on the ISS were designed so that they will not be offensive or repugnant to people having different moral convictions and attitudes with respect to human sexual behavior. Although the ISS and IMS scales tend to be highly correlated with one another, they measure two diff erent problems. Neither of these scales can be used as a substitute for the other.View Sample
|Clinical Cutting Score:||30|
|Author(s):||Walter W. Hudson|
The IMS is designed to measure the severity of problems in a dyadic relationship.
The PASNP is completed by the abuse victim and is designed to measure the severity of problems with non-physical abuse in a dyadic relationship.
The PAPS is completed by the abuser and is designed to measure the severity of problems with physical abuse in a dyadic relationship.