Sexological Aspects Related to Tinder Use: A Comprehensive Review of the Literature.

  title={Sexological Aspects Related to Tinder Use: A Comprehensive Review of the Literature.},
  author={Giacomo Ciocca and Antonella Robilotta and Lilybeth Fontanesi and Andrea Sansone and Laura D'Antuono and Erika Limoncin and Filippo Maria Nimbi and Chiara Simonelli and Giorgio Di Lorenzo and Alberto Siracusano and Emmanuele Angelo Jannini},
  journal={Sexual medicine reviews},
INTRODUCTION Tinder is the most popular and used meeting application for dating. However, its impact on sexual behavior and sexual health has not yet been thoroughly investigated. OBJECTIVES To review the current empirical knowledge on the sexual health and sexual behavior effects related to Tinder use. METHODS A literature review was conducted based on empirical studies published in the last 5 years. A computerized search was performed to identify all relevant studies in PubMed and Google… Expand
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