Web Survey Bibliography
Title Sexuality on the Internet: From sexual exploration to pathological expression
Source Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 30, 2, pp. 154-164
Access date 12.07.2004
Abstract A growing number of clients are presenting in therapy with problems related to their on-line sexual habits. Adults who had used the Internet for sexual pursuits at least once (N = 9,177) completed a 59-item on-line survey. Men and women generally behaved differently, and most (92%) indicated their on-line sexual behaviors were not problematic. Heavy users (8%) reported significant problems typically associated with compulsive disorders. Problems were highly correlated with time spent on-line for sex. Results are discussed in terms of their research and practice implications, including diagnosis and treatment. Recommendations are made for outreach prevention programs and future policies.
Bibliographic typeJournal article
Year of publication1999
Web Survey Bibliography - Cooper, A (5)
- Using global online panels; 2008; Pearson, C., Smith, E., Ridlen, R., Zhang, H., Cooper, A
- An Internet Study of Cybersex Participants; 2005; Daneback, K., Cooper, A., Mansson, S.-A.
- Biases in internet sexual health samples: Comparison of an internet sexuality survey and a national...; 2005; Ross, M. W., Mansson, S.-A., Daneback, K., Cooper, A., Tikkanen, R.
- Sexuality on the Internet: From sexual exploration to pathological expression; 1999; Cooper, A., Scherer, C. R., Boies, S. C., Gordon, B. L.
- Overcoming Methodological Concerns in the Investigation of Online Sexual Activities; 1999; Cooper, A., Scherer, C. R., Mathy, R.