Lower Psychological Well-Being and Excessive Sexual Interest Predict Symptoms of Compulsive Use of Sexually Explicit Internet Material Among Adolescent Boys

@inproceedings{Doornwaard2016LowerPW,
  title={Lower Psychological Well-Being and Excessive Sexual Interest Predict Symptoms of Compulsive Use of Sexually Explicit Internet Material Among Adolescent Boys},
  author={Suzan M. Doornwaard and Regina J. J. M. van den Eijnden and L. Baams and Ine Vanwesenbeeck and Tom ter Bogt},
  booktitle={Journal of youth and adolescence},
  year={2016}
}
Although a growing body of literature addresses the effects of young people's use of sexually explicit Internet material, research on the compulsive use of this type of online content among adolescents and its associated factors is largely lacking. This study investigated whether factors from three distinct psychosocial domains (i.e., psychological well-being, sexual interests/behaviors, and impulsive-psychopathic personality) predicted symptoms of compulsive use of sexually explicit Internet… CONTINUE READING
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