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Compulsive sexual behaviour disorder in the ICD‐11
- Shane W. Kraus, R. Krueger, G. Reed
- MedicineWorld psychiatry : official journal of the World…
- 1 February 2018
There is no superior designation, as both ends of the actual and aspirational spectrum have critical roles that cannot be separated and the value of both depends upon correct identification of where any given project lies on this spectrum and further consideration of populations sampled and incentives used are critical to determining this.
The Pornography Craving Questionnaire: Psychometric Properties
This questionnaire could be applied in clinical settings to plan and evaluate therapy for problematic users of pornography and as a research tool to assess the prevalence and contextual triggers of craving among different types of pornography users.
Should compulsive sexual behavior be considered an addiction?
Despite the growing body of research linking compulsive sexual behavior (CSB) to substance addictions, significant gaps in understanding continue to complicate classification of CSB as an addiction.
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 serious…
Self-reported addiction to pornography in a nationally representative sample: The roles of use habits, religiousness, and moral incongruence
- Joshua B. Grubbs, Shane W. Kraus, Samuel L. Perry
- PsychologyJournal of behavioral addictions
- 11 January 2019
Findings are consistent with prior works that have noted that self-reported pornography addiction is a complex phenomenon that is predicted by both objective behavior and subjective moral evaluations of that behavior.
Recovery-Oriented Services for Individuals with Mental Illness and Case Managers’ Experience of Professional Burnout
Regardless of individual characteristics of case managers and reports of the structure of their jobs, case managers who perceived their agency to offer higher levels of recovery-oriented services also reported lower levels of depersonalization and emotional exhaustion at work, andHigher levels of professional accomplishment and job satisfaction.
Clinical Characteristics of Men Interested in Seeking Treatment for Use of Pornography
- Shane W. Kraus, S. Martino, M. Potenza
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of behavioral addictions
- 1 June 2016
Findings could be used to inform current screening practices aimed at identifying specific aspects of sexual self-control, impulsivity, and/or compulsivity associated with problematic use of pornography among treatment-seeking individuals.
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-making…
Family ties in tough times: how young adults and their parents view the U.S. economic crisis.
- C. Stein, Kristen M. Abraham, Wendy R. Fogo
- PsychologyJournal of family psychology : JFP : journal of…
- 1 June 2011
The present intergenerational study examined the perceived impact of the recent U.S. economic crisis on a sample of 68 young adult-parent dyads and found that for young adults, reports of personal economic pressure were generally related to self-reported anxiety and depressed mood.
Perceptions of Blame in Intimate Partner Violence: The Role of the Perpetrator’s Ability to Arouse Fear of Injury in the Victim
- B. Russell, Shane W. Kraus, Kristine M. Chapleau, D. Oswald
- PsychologyJournal of interpersonal violence
- 1 March 2019
Results showed that male perpetrators (regardless of gender identity) who assaulted a female victim were attributed the most blame and were perceived as having the greatest ability to arouse victim fear, suggesting that perpetrators’ ability toArouse fear is an underlying factor in bystanders’ attributions of blame.