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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Jannis Engel
,
Marie Carstensen
,
Maria Veit
,
Christopher Sinke
,
Jonas Kneer
,
Uwe Hartmann
, and
Tillmann H.C. Kruger

an atheoretical term that is compatible with different etiological perspectives, such as Sexual Addiction (e.g. Carnes, 2010 ), or Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder (CSBD, e.g. Kraus, 2018 ). In part due to the scarcity of empirical research on

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Classification of Disorders (ICD-11) under the term Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder ( CSBD, World Health Organization, 2018 ). For a better understanding of both recreational and problematic porn use, its neurobiological underpinnings must be elucidated

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Deborah Louise Sinclair
,
Wouter Vanderplasschen
,
Shazly Savahl
,
Maria Florence
,
David Best
, and
Steve Sussman

activity, reverse salience may arise whereby the abstained behavior dominates thoughts and actions and becomes the most important ( Griffiths, 2005 ). Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder (CSBD) is defined as “a persistent pattern of failure to control

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Classification of Diseases (11th ed.; ICD-11) included Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder (CSBD) as an impulse control disorder ( Kraus et al., 2018 ; World Health Organization [WHO], 2018 ). Individuals suffering from CSBD experience significant impairment

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problematic pornography use may be related to a broader disorder known as Compulsive Sexual Behaviour Disorder (CSBD) which is characterised by an extensive pornography use and masturbation, use of paid sexual services, and risky sexual behaviours and

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Disorders due to addictive behaviors: Further issues, debates, and controversies •

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

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Author:
Mark D. Griffiths

Weinstein (2022) both examined (in different ways), the extent to which excessive sexual behavior can be considered addictive, impulsive and/or compulsive. Sassover and Weinstein argued that the data supporting compulsive sexual behavior disorder (CSBD) as

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Rafael Ballester-Arnal
,
Jesús Castro-Calvo
,
Marta García-Barba
,
Juan Enrique Nebot-García
, and
María Dolores Gil-Llario

Health Organization officially included the new category of “compulsive sexual behavior disorder” (CSBD) as an impulse-control disorder in the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) ( Kraus et al., 2018 ). However, the dispute around its

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prevalent manifestation of compulsive sexual behavior disorder (CSBD), categorized as an impulse control disorder in the ICD-11 ( WHO, 2019 ), or as a subtype of hypersexual disorder ( Reid et al., 2012 ). Nonetheless, some scholars argue that it might be

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Disorder (CSBD). Since 2018, CSBD is an official diagnosis in the ICD-11 ( World Health Organization, 2019 ). Individuals with CSBD report problems controlling their sexual urges and experiencing distress due to their sexual behavior. The following other

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ICD-11 has included a diagnosis of compulsive sexual behavior disorder (CSBD; Kraus et al., 2018 ; World Health Organization, 2018 ), which may subsume the notion of addictive or compulsive use of pornography ( Kraus et al., 2018 ). The premise of

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