Autor

Jaro Pekal

Tendencies Toward Internet-Pornography-Use Disorder: Differences in Men and Women Regarding Attentional Biases to Pornographic Stimuli

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PUBLISHED

2018 in Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 7(3):574-583

KEY FINDINGS
  • The results of this study showed a relationship between attentional bias and symptom severity of Internet-pornography-disorder partially mediated by indicators for cue-reactivity and craving.
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Implicit Associations in Cybersex Addiction: Adaption of an Implicit Association Test with Pornographic Pictures

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2015 in Addictive Behaviors, Vol. 49, pp. 7-12

KEY FINDINGS
  • Results show positive relationships between implicit associations of pornographic pictures with positive emotions and tendencies towards cybersex addiction, problematic sexual behavior, sensitivity towards sexual excitation as well as subjective craving.
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Sexual Excitability and Dysfunctional Coping Determine Cybersex Addiction in Homosexual Male

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PUBLISHED

2015 in Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, Vol. 18(10), pp. 575-580

KEY FINDINGS
  • This study found strong correlations between Cybersex addiction symptoms and indicators of sexual arousal and sexual excitability, coping by sexual behaviors, and psychological symptoms...theese results are comparable with those reported for heterosexual males and females in previous studies and highlight the role of positive and negative reinforcement due to cybersex use.
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Cybersex Addiction in Heterosexual Female Users of Internet Pornography Can Be Explained by Gratification Hypothesis

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PUBLISHED

2014 in Cyberpsychollogy, Behavior, and Social Networking, Vol. 17(8), pp. 505-511

KEY FINDINGS
  • The main results of this study show that female interent pornography users rated Internet pornographic pictures as more arousing and reported greater craving due to Internet pornographic picture presentation compared with non-userse - supporting the gratification hypothesis of cybersex addiction.
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Cybersex Addiction: Experienced Sexual Arousal When Watching Pornography and Not Real-Life Sexual Contacts Makes the Difference

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PUBLISHED

2013 in Journal of Behavioral Addictions, Vol. 2(2), pp. 100–107

KEY FINDINGS
  • The two studies reported in this article found evidence in support of the gratification hypothesis of cybersex addiction, in which positive reinforcement received by cybersex leads to the development of cue-reactivity and craving in brain processes.
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