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Compulsive sexual behaviour disorder in the ICD‐11
deciding what is immediately implementable, versus that which requires a supportive framework which has yet to be created. All digital health research and claims are informative. Some offer immediateExpand
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Should compulsive sexual behavior be considered an addiction?
AIMS To review the evidence base for classifying compulsive sexual behavior (CSB) as a non-substance or 'behavioral' addiction. METHODS Data from multiple domains (e.g. epidemiological,Expand
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When Is It Abuse? How Assailant Gender, Sexual Orientation, and Protection Orders Influence Perceptions of Intimate Partner Abuse
Incidents of intimate partner violence (IPV) are considered more serious when perpetrated by a male than when perpetrated by a female, and IPV among gay men and lesbians are perceived as less seriousExpand
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The Pornography Craving Questionnaire: Psychometric Properties
Despite the prevalence of pornography use, and recent conceptualization of problematic use as an addiction, we could find no published scale to measure craving for pornography. Therefore, weExpand
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Treatment of Compulsive Pornography Use With Naltrexone: A Case Report.
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Clinical Characteristics of Men Interested in Seeking Treatment for Use of Pornography
Background and aims This study examined the prevalence of, and factors associated with, men’s interest in seeking treatment for use of pornography. Methods Using an Internet-based data-collectionExpand
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Self-reported addiction to pornography in a nationally representative sample: The roles of use habits, religiousness, and moral incongruence
Background and aims Despite controversies regarding its existence as a legitimate mental health condition, self-reports of pornography addiction seem to occur regularly. In the United States, priorExpand
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The United States Economic Crisis: Young Adults’ Reports of Economic Pressures, Financial and Religious Coping and Psychological Well-Being
Using a sample of 222 young adults attending college, the present study examined the relative contribution of young adults’ perceived economic pressures, financial coping and religious meaning-makingExpand
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Family ties in tough times: how young adults and their parents view the U.S. economic crisis.
The present intergenerational study examined the perceived impact of the recent U.S. economic crisis on a sample of 68 young adult-parent dyads. The relative contribution of perceived economicExpand
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Recovery-Oriented Services for Individuals with Mental Illness and Case Managers’ Experience of Professional Burnout
Present cross-sectional study examined perceptions of recovery-oriented services and reports of professional burnout and job satisfaction in a sample of 114 case managers working in community mentalExpand
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