Research Findings on Sexual Dysfunction, Intimacy and Conflict in Heterosexual Couples
Article by: Nina Bingham
In conclusion, in the first Australian study, I learned that men are generally more sexually amorous than women, and women are generally more concerned with achieving intimacy than are men. It is difficult to believe that only two differences were shown between the sexes. They claim no differences were found in levels of conflict and communication. They also claim only a small percentage of their responses could be linked to sexual dysfunction. They don’t seem to have made any new discoveries; they merely confirmed the past studies. However, in the second U.S. study, they hypothesized that conflict would directly cause sexual dysfunction, and they made their case by including past empirical studies. They illustrated how males and females differ in their responses towards conflict, and how males and females differ in their responses towards conflict, and how male and female sexual dysfunction is different. I feel this study delivered solid, convincing proof that males and females relate to sexuality, conflict, and sexual dysfunction differently.
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