The results suggest that respondents were generally satisfied with the sexual and non-sexual aspects of their relationships, had relatively high concurrence of orgasm for both partners at each encounter, scored in the mid-range of the uninhibitedness scale, and leaned toward the committed end of the religiosity scale and toward a more sexually permissive than restrictive God, at least for married heterosexual couples.
Items from the following scales: sexual satisfaction, non-sexual aspects of the relationship, overall satisfaction with the marriage, self-spouse orgasm, uninhibitedness, were scored on a one to five point basis.
The initial model included the following predictor variables: religiosity, perception of God's view sex, religiosity x perception of God's view of sex, non-sexual aspects of the relationship, overall satisfaction with the marriage, frequency of self-spouse orgasm, frequency of sexual activity, and uninhibitedness (R Squared = .
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014), with males' indicating greater satisfaction; (2) sexual uninhibitedness (t=4.