This article focused on a selected random sample of over 7,000 individuals who responded to a survey regarding online sexual activity. Results helped identify potential problem areas for online sexual compulsives and at-risk users. These results provided descriptions of activities that could lead to problematic behavior in three areas: obsession, compulsion, and consequences. In addition, specific results were highlighted by gender differences, and types of cybersex users. As a descriptive article, the results of this study help us understand who online sexual activity users are and how they might experience problems related to their behaviors.
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Document Type: Research Article
San Jose Marital and Sexuality Centre & Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, Santa Clara, California, USA
Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
Northwestern Institute, Fort Washington, PA, USA
Presentation College, Aberdeen, South Dakota, USA
Publication date: 01 July 2004
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