Measuring Pornography Use Identity: Validation Study of the Modified Centrality of Event Scale

@inproceedings{Takacs2018MeasuringPU,
  title={Measuring Pornography Use Identity: Validation Study of the Modified Centrality of Event Scale},
  author={Michael Takacs},
  year={2018}
}
There has been an increase in research focused on the influence that pornography use has on an individual. Observations of dysfunction with pornography users, in both clinical and religious settings, have driven a large part of this increase in research. Current research findings on religiosity and incongruent sexual behaviors further support the need to examine the correlation between the individual and their pornography use, especially with religious users. To date, there has been no research… CONTINUE READING

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