Pornography Addiction: A supranormal stimulus considered in the context of neuroplasticity – Dr. Donald Hilton
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At the 2014 Summit for the Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation (CESE), Dr. Donald Hilton gave this keynote address. In it, he reviews much of the neuroscience literature to help the general public understand how pornography changes the brain. Dr. Hilton counters the notion that pornography addiction is not valid or widespread.
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