Neurocognitive mechanisms in compulsive sexual behavior disorder (2018) – Excerpt analyzing Steele et al., 2013

Link to PDF of full paper – Neurocognitive mechanisms in compulsive sexual behavior disorder (2018). Note – numerous other peer-reviewed papers agree that Steele et al., 2013 supports the porn addiction model: Peer-reviewed critiques of Steele et al., 2013 Excerpts analyzing Steele et al., 2013 (which is citation 68): Klucken and colleagues recently observed that […]

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Research

contains extensive research archives. You can find these via The Main Research Page, which starts with an overview of current research. At the very bottom of that page you can find links to categories of studies, such as Pornography and Adolescents, Porn Use & Sex Addiction, and Internet Addiction. Critiques of Questionable & Misleading Studies/Debunking […]

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Research confirms sharp rise in youthful sexual dysfunctions

Research confirms sharp rise in youthful sexual dysfunctions. Young men today appear to be experiencing a sharp increase in ED (and other sexual dysfunctions) since the advent of streaming internet. All studies assessing young male sexuality since 2010 report historic levels of erectile dysfunction, and startling rates of a new scourge: low libido. Erectile dysfunction […]

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Relevant Research and Articles About the Studies

Below this long intro are many sub-sections containing relevant studies. Relevant Research – first we have lists of studies that provide support for the claims made by YBOP. (See Questionable & Misleading Studies for highly publicized papers that are not what they claim to be.): Porn/sex addiction? This page lists 57 neuroscience-based studies (MRI, fMRI, […]

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Neurological studies on porn users by Matthias Brand and his team

Matthias Brand is the head of the department General Psychology: Cognition at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Brand’s team of researchers). Listed below are the neurological studies on porn users, and reviews of the literature/commentaries on porn use/addiction, that Brand and his team have published: 1) Watching Pornographic Pictures on the Internet: Role of Sexual Arousal […]

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