New Study Finds Porn Addiction Stems from Problematic Use Patterns, Not Moral or Religious Doubt

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Self-identification as a pornography addict: examining the roles of pornography use, religiousness, and moral incongruence

Authors: Joshua B. Grubbs, Jennifer T. Grant & Joel Engelman
Published March 2019

Peer-Reviewed Journal: Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, DOI: 10.1080/10720162.2019.1565848

Background

Internet Pornography Use (IPU) is a common recreational activity throughout the United States (Price, Patterson, Regnerus, & Walley, 2016; Regnerus, Gordon, & Price, 2016) and the developed world (Chen, Leung, Chen, & Yang, 2013; Rissel et al., 2017; Ross, Månsson, & Daneback, 2012). Despite its popularity, IPU remains controversial in popular (Ley, 2016) and academic literatures

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