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dc.creatorSierra, Juan Carlos
dc.creatorDe la Rosa Centella, María Dolores
dc.creatorGranados, Reina
dc.creatorCalvillo, Cristóbal
dc.creatorArcos-Romero, Ana Isabel
dc.creatorSánchez Fuentes, María del Mar
dc.creatorMoyano, Nieves
dc.date.accessioned2019-01-31T16:38:49Z
dc.date.available2019-01-31T16:38:49Z
dc.date.issued2018-05-19
dc.identifier.issn1135-3848
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11323/2260
dc.description.abstractSe examinó la validez de la versión española de las Sexual Inhibition/Sexual Excitation Scales–Short Form (SIS/SES-SF), relacionándo las con excitación subjetiva y respuesta genital ante estímulos sexuales. Una muestra de 164 jóvenes heterosexuales completó el SIS/SES-SF y el MGH-SFQ. Después realizaron una tarea experimental consistente en la visualización de un vídeo de contenido neutro y un video con contenido sexual explícito, mientras se evaluaba la respuesta genital y la excitación subjetiva. Los resultados mostraron diferencias significativas entre el vídeo neutro y el erótico en la excitación objetiva y subjetiva en ambos sexos. Se obtuvieron correlaciones significativas entre SES y excitación subjetiva en mujeres. La propensión a excitarse explicó el 18% de la varianza de la excitación subjetiva y el 6% de las sensaciones genitales femeninas. La inhibición sexual relacionada con el miedo a la ejecución sexual tuvo capacidad para discriminar dificultades en el funcionamiento sexual en ambos sexos. Finalmente, se avala la necesidad de evaluar conjuntamente la excitación subjetiva y la objetiva.spa
dc.description.abstractPredictive validity of the Spanish version of the Sexual Inhibition/Sexual Excitation Scales-Short Form (SIS/SES-SF) was examined. We correlated sexual inhibition and sexual excitation with subjective arousal and genital response during exposure to visual erotic stimuli. A sample of 164 heterosexual young people completed the SIS/SES-SF and the MGH-SFQ. Participants performed an experimental sequence in which a neutral content film and an erotic film were presented. In the meantime, genital response and subjective sexual arousal were evaluated. Results showed significant differences between neutral and sexually explicit films in objective and subjective arousal in both men and women. A significant correlation between SES and subjective arousal was obtained in women. Propensity to become aroused explained 18% of the variance of female subjective arousal and 6% of female genital sensations. Sexual inhibition related to the threat of sexual performance failure was able to discriminate difficulties in sexual functioning in both men and women. Finally, there is a need to assess the subjective sexual arousal along with the objective sexual response.spa
dc.language.isospaspa
dc.publisherRevista Iberoamericana de Diagnóstico y Evaluación – e Avaliação Psicológica. RIDEPspa
dc.rightsAtribución – No comercial – Compartir igualspa
dc.subjectSexual Inhibition/Sexual Excitation Scales-Short Form (SIS/SES-SF)spa
dc.subjectexcitación sexual subjetivaspa
dc.subjectrespuesta genitalspa
dc.subjectvalidez predictivaspa
dc.subjectsubjective sexual arousalspa
dc.subjectgenital responsespa
dc.subjectpredictive validityspa
dc.titleEvidencias de Validez de la Versión Española de las Sexual Inhibition/Sexual Excitation Scales-Short Form (SIS/SES-SF)spa
dc.title.alternativeValidity Evidences of the Spanish Version of the Sexual Inhibition/Sexual Excitation Scales-Short Form (SIS/SES-SF)spa
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