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The objective was to assess the incremental validity, internal consistency and temporal stability of the New Sexual Satisfaction Scale short version (NSSS-S) in Spanish-speaking Latino adults. The sample included 401 university students (232 women and 169 men), sexually active, 18 to 38 years old (M = 20.83; SD = 2.66). A subsample of 76 participants answered the scale four weeks after the first application. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) identified a two-factor structure. The invariancedoi:10.35670/1667-4545.v21.n1.32835 fatcat:vg6e72c2mjep3gq467pxywddui