Reliability and Validity of the Sexual Interest and Desire Inventory–Female (SIDI-F), a Scale Designed to Measure Severity of Female Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder

@article{Clayton2006ReliabilityAV,
  title={Reliability and Validity of the Sexual Interest and Desire Inventory–Female (SIDI-F), a Scale Designed to Measure Severity of Female Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder},
  author={A. Clayton and R. Segraves and S. Leiblum and R. Basson and R. Pyke and Dan Cotton and D. Lewis-D’Agostino and K. Evans and T. Sills and Glen R Wunderlich},
  journal={Journal of Sex \& Marital Therapy},
  year={2006},
  volume={32},
  pages={115 - 135}
}
The Sexual Interest and Desire Inventory–Female (SIDI-F) is a 13-item scale developed as a clinician-administered assessment tool to quantify the severity of symptoms in women diagnosed with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD). The present investigation assessed the reliability and validity of the SIDI-F as a measure of HSDD severity. Results show that the SIDI-F exhibits excellent internal consistency, with Cronbach's alpha of 0.9. The validity of the SIDI-F as a measure of HSDD severity… Expand
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