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. , & Carlisle , R. D. ( 2015 ). Transgression as addiction: Religiosity and moral disapproval as predictors of perceived addiction to pornography . Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44 ( 1 ), 125 – 136 . doi: 10.1007/s10508-013-0257-z 10.1007/s10508

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.01), and CPUI-9 Perceived Compulsion and certainty of belief ( r = 0.14,  P < 0.01). Belief in God is predictive of perceived addiction to Internet pornography. US

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Another failure of the latent disease model? The case of compulsive sexual behavior disorder •

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

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Nicholas C. Borgogna
and
Stephen L. Aita

be considered “addictive” in the same way as tobacco, narcotics, and alcohol (hence the term “perceived addiction” to pornography; Grubbs et al., 2015 ). As such, if a person describes their experience as “addictive” but does not demonstrate behavior

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disapproval of pornography statistically predicted “perceived addiction” to Internet pornography while being unrelated to the levels of use among young males using pornography ( Grubbs, Exline, Pargament, Hook, & Carlisle, 2015 ). Understanding how factors

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pornography use (PPCS) X X X X  Self-reported perceived addiction to pornography use X X X X  Moral incongruence regarding pornography use X X X X  Pornography craving (PCQ) X X X X  Pornography avoidance self-efficacy (PASS) X X X X Sexuality-related measures

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Criteria for the establishment of a new behavioural addiction •

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

Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Matthew J. Gullo
,
Andrew P. Wood
, and
John B. Saunders

predicting problematic use ( Bőthe et al., 2019 ; Grubbs, Wilt, Exline, Pargament, & Kraus, 2018 ; Ley et al., 2014 ). Indeed, believing pornography use to be “morally wrong” is a stronger predictor of future self-perceived addiction than impulsivity or

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higher spiritual struggles among religious individuals and may lead to self-perceived addiction to pornography. Therefore, we hypothesize that both the negative symptoms related to PU and also religiosity may be significant predictors of treatment seeking

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Psychologist , 71 ( 8 ), 670 – 679 . https://doi.org/10.1037/amp0000059 . 10.1037/amp0000059 Blais-Lecours , S. , Vaillancourt-Morel , M. P. , Sabourin , S. , & Godbout , N. ( 2016 ). Cyberpornography: Time use, perceived addiction, sexual

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Shane W. Kraus
,
Mateusz Gola
,
Joshua B. Grubbs
,
Ewelina Kowalewska
,
Rani A. Hoff
,
Michał Lew-Starowicz
,
Steve Martino
,
Steven D. Shirk
, and
Marc N. Potenza

use: Perceived addiction, psychological distress, and the validation of a brief measure . Journal of Sex Martial Therapy , 41 , 83 – 106 . 10.1080/0092623X.2013.842192 Grubbs , J. B. , Warmke , B. , Tosi , J. , James , A. S. , & Campbell

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. N. , & Carlisle , R. D. ( 2015 ). Transgression as addiction: Religiosity and moral disapproval as predictors of perceived addiction to pornography . Archives of Sexual Behavior, 44 ( 1 ), 125 – 136 . doi: 10.1007/s10508-013-0257-z 10.1007/s10508

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