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 al., 2016 ). How best to conceptualize problematic pornography use (PPU) and intervene most effectively remain debated, with obsessive–compulsive disorder (OCD) and addiction frameworks ( Gola, 2016 ; Kor, Fogel, Reid, & Potenza, 2013 ; Kraus, Voon

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consequences of their pornography use ( Štulhofer, Wiessner, Koletić, Pietras, & Briken, 2022 ). However, if the usage becomes excessive and persistent, it may lead to distress or impairment. Prevalence estimates for problematic pornography use (PPU) range

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individuals watch pornography for entertainment purposes without experiencing significant consequences, a minority exhibit problematic pornography use (PPU), characterized by intense impulses or cravings for pornography, difficulty regulating consumption, and

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dysregulated or problematic pornography use (PPU), and previous studies showed that 5–14% of teenagers may experience PPU ( Bőthe, Vaillancourt-Morel, Dion, Štulhofer, & Bergeron, 2021 ; Doornwaard, van den Eijnden, Baams, Vanwesenbeeck, & ter Bogt, 2016

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and maintenance of the pathological use of pornography (most often referred to as problematic pornography use, PPU) and offline sexual activities is comprehensive enough to justify a common classification under the umbrella term CSBD ( Antons & Brand

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Compulsive Sexual Behavior Disorder (CSBD) in the 11th version of International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-11) ( World Health Organization, 2019 ), there is no official diagnosis for problematic pornography use

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). Nevertheless, a small but significant ratio of people (1–3% of women and 4–11% of men) report problematic pornography use (PPU) ( Grubbs et al., 2020 ; Grubbs, Kraus, & Perry, 2019 ; Rissel et al., 2017 ). PPU can be considered as a manifestation of

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. , Lewczuk , K. , & Skorko , M. ( 2016 ). What matters: Quantity or quality of pornography use? Psychological and behavioral factors of seeking treatment for problematic pornography use . Journal

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, neurobiological and phenomenological parallels with substance addictions ( Kraus, Voon, & Potenza, 2016a ). Problematic pornography use (PPU) may be considered as a form of compulsive sexual behavior disorder (CSBD), which has been recently introduced into the 11

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discussion ( Brand et al., 2020 ; Gola et al., 2020 ; Sassover & Weinstein, 2020 ). The addiction model can be, and often is, applied to problematic pornography use (PPU), often described as experiencing poor control, distress and/or negative consequences

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