Posting Sexually Explicit Images or Videos of Oneself Online is Associated with Impulsivity and Hypersexuality but Not Measures of Psychopathology in a Sample of US Veterans

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Journal of Sexual Medicine


Conflict of Interest: None with respect to the content of this article. M.N.P. has consulted for and advised Ironwood, Lundbeck, INSYS, Shire, RiverMend Health, Opiant/Lakelight Therapuetics, and Jazz Pharmaceuticals; has received research support from Mohegan Sun Casino, the National Center for Responsible Gaming, and Pfizer; has participated in surveys, mailings, or telephone consultations related to drug addiction, impulse-control disorders, and other health topics; has consulted for gambling and legal entities on issues related to impulse-control and addictive disorders; provides clinical care in the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Problem Gambling Services Program; has performed grant reviews for the National Institutes of Health and other agencies; has edited journals or journal sections; has given academic lectures at grand rounds, continuing medical education events, and other clinical or scientific venues; and has generated books or book chapters for publishers of mental health texts.


Sexting; Veterans; Psychiatric Disorders; Sexual Partners; Risky Sexual Behavior


Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences



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