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Relationship Status as an Influence on Cybersex Activity: Cybersex, Youth, and Steady Partner

Ballester-Arnal, Rafael et al.

Journal of sex & marital therapy -- Taylor and Francis. -- Volume: 40 5; (pages 444-456) -- 2014

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  • Title:
    Relationship Status as an Influence on Cybersex Activity: Cybersex, Youth, and Steady Partner
  • Author: Ballester-Arnal, Rafael;
    Castro-Calvo, Jesús;
    Gil-Llario, Maria Dolores;
    Giménez-García, Cristina
  • Found In: Journal of sex & marital therapy. Volume 40:Number 5(2014); 20140903; 444-456
  • Journal Title: Journal of sex & marital therapy
  • Subjects: Sexual disorders; Sexual deviation; Psychotherapy; Marital psychotherapy; Marriage; Sex Disorders; LCSH: Sexual disorders; LCSH: Sexual deviation; LCSH: Psychotherapy; LCSH: Marital psychotherapy; Dewey: 616.8583005
  • Rights: Licensed
  • Publication Details: Taylor and Francis.
  • Abstract:

    The authors focus on the influence of participants’ having or not having a steady partner when reference to cybersex use. Participants were 1,239 young, Spanish individuals who completed the Internet Sex Screening Test. Results showed the influence of being in a relationship on certain consumption dimensions of cybersex; the influence was found to be greater in men than in women. In general, cybersex activity was higher for single participants, although it was also significant for participants with a steady partner. The authors’ findings facilitate the comprehension of the effect of new technologies in intimate human relationships.


  • Identifier: Journal ISSN: 0092-623X
  • Publication Date: 2014
  • Physical Description: Electronic
  • Shelfmark(s): ELD Digital store
    5064.017000
  • UIN: ETOCvdc_100033011024.0x000001

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