Participants (N = 332) were a national sample of sexual minority adults ranging in age from 18-74 years. Data was collected using through the use of an internet-based survey, and exploratory factor analysis was used to investigate the underlying factor structure of the SOBS. An initial 91 items were reduced to a 35-item scale using a best-fit four-factor solution that accounted for 35.33% of the obtained variance. Based on their component items, the four subscales of the SOBS were named Naturalness, Discreteness, Entitativity, and Personal and Social Importance of Sexual Orientation.Upon completion of the survey, you will have the opportunity to enter a drawing for one of five $20 American Express gift cards. Entry into the drawing is completely voluntary. What about confidentiality? We will do our best to keep youranbsp;...
|Title||:||"Born that Way" and Other Notions: Measuring Sexual Minority Individuals' Beliefs about Sexual Orientation|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|