The Sexual Attractiveness scale possessed high internal reliability (α 5 .91) and a high level of temporal reliability, r(49) 5 .92, p , .001. It positively correlated with a measure of Physical Self-Esteem (Phinney & Gough, 1984), r(84) 5 .32, p , .01, providing evidence of convergent validity. In addition, the Sexual Attractiveness scale did not signiﬁcantly correlate with Social Desirability, nor in the dating couples sample did it relate to an index of General Relationship Satisfaction, providing evidence of discriminant validity. On the other hand, the Sexual Attractiveness scale did not show signiﬁcant cross-person convergence as evaluated among dating partners. That is, one’s self-ratings of attractiveness did not signiﬁcantly relate to one’s dating partner’s observer-ratings. Also, one’s self-reported Sexual Attractiveness did not possess discriminant validity in terms of its signiﬁcant relationship to General Self-Esteem. Thus, overall, the Sexual Attractiveness scale displayed only moderate amounts of construct validity.
For full pscyhometri description of all seven subscales, see article:
Schmitt, D.P., & Buss, D.M. (2000). Sexual dimensions of person description: Beyond or subsumed by the Big Five? Journal of Research in Personality, 34, 141-177.