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An Investigation of Masturbation and Coping Style 1

  title={An Investigation of Masturbation and Coping Style 1},
  author={R. Morris},
The present study is exploring the correlation between masturbation frequency and coping. The purpose is to establish masturbation as a successful means of coping as well as to define which style of coping masturbation is. How each individual manages these feelings is subjective to one’s own coping strategies. Coping strategies consist of behavioral and/or cognitive attempts to manage specific situational demands, which are appraised as taxing or exceeding one’s ability to adapt. Essentially… Expand

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