Sexual Satisfaction and Function Survey
CitationSawatsky, J., Lindenbach, R., & Gregoire, S. (2022, March 7). Sexual Satisfaction and Function Survey.
SummaryThe Sexual Satisfaction and Function Survey (SSFS) evaluates how evangelical teachings affect women's sexual and marital satisfaction outcomes. The data were originally collected as part of the book, The Great Sex Rescue, published by Baker Books.
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Data FileCases: 13902
Weight Variable: None
Data CollectionNov. 1, 2019 through Jan. 5, 2020
Original Survey (Instrument)The Sexual Satisfaction and Function Survey (SSFS)
Funded ByAuthors received remuneration for their writing from Baker Books.
Collection ProceduresDetailed information regarding the development of the survey is available here. The survey was administered online from 11/1/2019 through 1/5/2020.
Sampling ProceduresParticipants were recruited in three ways. First, the authors self-promoted the study through one of the author's website. Different survey links were used for the website's blog, promotional emails, and social media posts so that differences between participants between each stream could be investigated. Second, influencers were contacted to spread word of the survey beyond the author's website's audience. Third, blog readers and other participants were asked if they would serve as recruiters and let other people know about the study.
Principal InvestigatorsJoanna Sawatsky, MPH
Sheila Gregoire, MA, MPA