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Cybersex and Internet Sex Addiction


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Cybersex and Internet Sex Addiction

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  • Laier, C., & Brand, M. (2016). Mood changes after watching pornography on the Internet are linked to symptoms of Internet-pornography-viewing disorder. Addictive Behaviors Reports.
  • Snagowski, J., Laier, C., Duka, T., & Brand, M. (2016). Subjective craving for pornography and associative learning predict tendencies towards cybersex addiction in a sample of regular cybersex users. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 23(4), 342-360.
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