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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Megan E. Cowie, Hyoun S. Kim, David C. Hodgins, Daniel S. McGrath, Marco D. T. Scanavino, and Hermano Tavares

buying (7.3%; Grant & Kim, 2003 ), and kleptomania (2.1%; Grant & Kim, 2003 ). Importantly, GD has also been found to be comorbid with compulsive sexual behaviors (CSBs), ranging from 3% to 19.6% ( Black, Kehrberg, Flumerfelt, & Schlosser, 1997 ; Grant

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. Coleman , E. ( 1992 ). Is your patient suffering from compulsive sexual behavior ? Psychiatric Annals , 22 ( 6 ), 320 – 325 Derbyshire , K. L. , Chamberlain , S. R

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. & Schlosser , S. S. ( 1997 ). Characteristics of 36 subjects reporting compulsive sexual behavior . The American Journal of Psychiatry , 154 ( 2 ), 243 – 249 Briken , P. , Habermann

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International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) has included compulsive sexual behavior (CSB) as a disorder (CSBD; classification number: 6C72). CSBD is an impulse–control disorder characterized by a repetitive and intense preoccupation with sexual fantasies

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Introduction For some people, compulsive sexual behaviors (CSBs) are a reason to seek treatment ( Gola, Lewczuk, & Skorko, 2016 ; Lewczuk, Szmyd, Skorko, & Gola, 2017 ). Given this reality, the number of studies on this topic

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growing number of men and women seeking the help of clinicians and online forums for various sexuality-related issues, among them compulsive sexual behavior (CSB; Gola, Lewczuk, & Skorko, 2016 ; Lewczuk, Szmyd, Skorko, & Gola, 2017

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Introduction Numerous terms have been used to describe excessive sexual behaviors, including compulsive sexual behavior, hypersexuality, sexual addiction, sexual impulsivity, and impulsive–compulsive sexual behavior. There is

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Introduction The Compulsive Sexual Behaviors Disorder (CSBD) introduced by World Health Organization (WHO) in 11th edition of International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) is a psychiatric disorder characterized by repeated failure to resist

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Introduction The World Health Organization (WHO), in the 11th edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11), has included Compulsive Sexual Behavior (CSB) as a disorder (now called CSBD; classification number

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Introduction Compulsive sexual behavior [CSB; also known as hypersexual behavior or hypersexual disorder ( Kafka, 2010 )] is characterized by an extensive pornography use and masturbation, use of paid sexual services, and risky

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