Attachment Quality and Sexual Satisfaction and Sexual Functioning in Romantic Relationships for Combat Veterans
Year of Publication
Master of Science in Family Sciences (MSFS)
Agriculture, Food and Environment
Dr. Nathan H. Wood
Previous literature has shown that combat veteran posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) affects attachment quality, as well as sexual satisfaction and functioning. This study used internet survey methods from 253 male combat veterans in committed relationships to analyze the correlations between PTSD symptoms, attachment quality, sexual satisfaction, and sexual functioning in romantic relationships. The results indicate that PTSD symptoms from combat veterans are correlated with attachment quality, sexual satisfaction, and sexual functioning in romantic relationships. Implications for professionals and future research are explored.
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Pinsky, Ilana S., "Attachment Quality and Sexual Satisfaction and Sexual Functioning in Romantic Relationships for Combat Veterans" (2016). Theses and Dissertations--Family Sciences. 43.