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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Rudolf Stark
,
Charlotte Markert
,
Onno Kruse
,
Bertram Walter
,
Jana Strahler
, and
Sanja Klein

of problematic pornography use moderate the influence of stress on SEM processing. A moderating effect seems plausible under the consideration that problematic pornography use shares communalities with addiction as suggested by several authors ( Brand

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. Although the correct classification of problematic pornography use is a controversial topic, neuroscientific findings suggest its proximity to addiction disorders ( Love, Laier, Brand, Hatch, & Hajela, 2015; Stark, Klucken, Potenza, Brand, & Strahler, 2018

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What the grey literature can contribute to addictive behaviour disorder classification •

Commentary to the debate: “Behavioral addictions in the ICD-11”

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Daria J. Kuss
and
Olatz Lopez-Fernandez

relevant industries ( Kuss & Gainsbury, 2021 ). The specific behaviours discussed include problematic pornography use, shopping/buying and social networking site use. With regards to pornography use, some authors ( Brand et al., 2019 ) have

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Verónica Cervigón-Carrasco
,
Rafael Ballester-Arnal
,
Joël Billieux
,
Beatriz Gil-Juliá
,
Cristina Giménez-García
, and
Jesús Castro-Calvo

indicators of Gaming Disorder, Problematic Pornography Use, and Binge-Watching Experimental Condition 1 (videogames) Experimental Condition 2 (pornography) Experimental Condition 3 (TV series) Average TE accuracy Time Passage Average TE accuracy Time Passage

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Skyler Sklenarik
,
Marc N. Potenza
,
Mateusz Gola
,
Ariel Kor
,
Shane W. Kraus
, and
Robert S. Astur

extent to which frequent or problematic pornography use may exhibit clinically relevant similarities with or differences from other addictive behaviors. The use of experimental designs may help illuminate clinical features or behavioral tendencies

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Promoting educational, classification, treatment, and policy initiatives

Commentary on: Compulsive sexual behaviour disorder in the ICD-11 (Kraus et al., 2018)

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Mateusz Gola
and
Marc N. Potenza

treatment for one form of CSB disorder, problematic pornography use, do not differ in terms of impulsivity from the general population. They are instead presented with increased anxiety ( Gola, Miyakoshi, & Sescousse, 2015 ; Gola et al., 2017 ), and

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Charlotte Markert
,
Florian Storz
,
Sarah Golder
,
Johanna Rechmann
,
Julian A. Rubel
,
Christopher Lalk
,
Rabea Vogt
,
Julia A. Glombiewski
,
David Braun
,
Christiane A. Pané-Farré
,
Tanja Michael
,
Hannah K. Mattheus
,
Nanne Dominick
,
Klaus Wölfling
,
Wolfgang Lutz
,
Jana Schaffrath
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Ulrich Stangier
,
Schahryar Kananian
,
Dirk Strüwing
,
Doerthe Klingelhöfer
,
Frederik Valbert
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Anja Neumann
,
Bertram Walter
, and
Rudolf Stark

( Brand et al., 2020 ; Gola & Potenza, 2018 ). In research studies, PUD is often labeled as problematic pornography use (PPU; e.g. Bőthe, Tóth-Király, Potenza, Orosz, & Demetrovics, 2020 ; Fernandez & Griffiths, 2021 ; Vaillancourt-Morel & Bergeron

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-use behaviors. Alternate explanations (e.g., viewing pornography secretively after a partner goes to sleep, as is reported by people in treatment for problematic pornography use (PPU)) also warrant consideration based on clinical experience ( Brand, Blycker

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Behavioral addictions in the ICD-11: An important debate that is anticipated to continue for some time

Commentary to the debate: “Behavioral addictions in the ICD-11”

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Matthias Brand
and
Marc N. Potenza

currently classified in the ICD-11) and whether or not problematic pornography use may be most appropriately considered a sub-condition of CSBD or an own entity among gambling and gaming disorders. The debate was balanced, collegial, and conducted at a high

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viewing is a form of entertainment; for some, however, problematic pornography use is accompanied by excessive masturbation and results in negative consequences in other areas of life, which is a reason to seek treatment and to diagnose CSBD ( Gola

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