The Evaluation of Sex Therapy: Some Methodological Considerations
The number of controlled studies of sex therapy is still relatively small (for reviews see Jehu 1979; Marks 1981b; Bancroft 1983), but the prevailing impression from them is a lack of any convincingly demonstrated superiority of one method over another. Trends, when they occur, tend to be weak and not always in the same direction.
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