John A. Johnson on Steele et al., 2013 (and Johnson debating Nicole Prause in comments section under PT article)

Steele et al., 2013 spokesperson Nicole Prause conducted several interviews about her July, 2013 EEG study on people complaining of having difficulties controlling their porn use. Commenting under the Psychology Today interview of Nicole Prause, senior psychology professor emeritus John A. Johnson said: A gap in logical inference Submitted by John A. Johnson Ph.D. on […]

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Analysis of “Perceived Effects of Pornography on the Couple Relationship: Initial Findings of Open-Ended, Participant-Informed, Bottom-Up Research” (Kohut et al., 2017)

YBOP COMMENTS: Is the intention behind this Taylor Kohut study to (attempt to) counter the over 80 studies that show porn use has negative effects on relationships? The two primary methodological flaws (tactics?) of this study are: 1) Study did not contain a representative sample. Whereas most studies show that a tiny minority of females […]

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Unpublished Porn Study by SPAN Lab Finds Porn Is Arousing (March, 2013)

YBOP COMMENTS: Below are (1) David Ley’s original Psychology Today blog post about a Nicole Prause yet to be published EEG study, and, (2) Gary Wilson’s Psychology Today blog post responding to it (published March 7th, 2013). Under Wilson’s post are the comments as they originally appeared, including an exchange between Wilson and Prause. (Ley’s […]

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