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Online pornography use has become prevalent worldwide ( Luscombe, 2016 ). The Pornhub website reported over 42 billion visits during 2019, averaging 115 million visits daily ( Pornhub, 2019 ). During the COVID-19 pandemic, rapid changes have

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Introduction Pornography refers to written material or pictorial content of a sexually explicit nature that is intended to elicit sexual arousal in the reader or viewer. When surveyed, 30%–70% of heterosexual and gay

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A. Bridges 2002 The significance of heavy pornography involvement for romantic partners: Research and clinical implications Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy

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Introduction Compulsive sexual behaviors, including problematic viewing of pornography, may be conceptualized as behavioral addictions ( Kraus, Voon, & Potenza, 2016 ). Pornography refers to written or pictorial material

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

; Potenza, 2018 ). Problematic use of pornography and other compulsive sexual behaviors have been proposed for consideration as behavioral addictions and share neurobiological and neurocognitive features with substance addictions ( Gola & Draps, 2018

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Gaming and pornography viewing are prevalent behaviors, yet little is known regarding their overlap. On April 11, 2018, the servers of the video game Fortnite: Battle Royale crashed for 24 hr, providing potential insight into “forced

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Introduction The unregulated or problematic use of Internet pornography (IP) is characterized by an intense urge to use IP, a diminished control over the use, and a continued use of IP despite experiencing negative consequences

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sexual stimuli from both sexes) ( Huberman & Chivers, 2015 ; Huberman, Maracle, & Chivers, 2015 ). In addition, there is a growing body of research showing the differences between males and females in terms of pornography use (PU). According to data from

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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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Introduction Internet pornography viewing (IPV) has been defined as the online viewing or downloading of pictures and videos with clearly exposed genitals and/or pictures or videos in which people are having sex (with the

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