Sexual Addiction: Many Conceptions, Minimal Data
Clinical Psychology Review
Sexual addiction has received increasing attention in the past decade. We review existing literature on (a) competing conceptualizations of this syndrome as constituting an ad- dictive, obsessive-compulsive, or impulse control disorder; (6) symptomatology and progression; (c) etiological models; and (d) treatment approaches. Based on this review, we conclude by identifying questions requiring resolution via empirical investigation.
Gold, S. N.,
Heffner, C. L.
(1998). Sexual Addiction: Many Conceptions, Minimal Data. Clinical Psychology Review, 18(3), 367-381.
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