A Comparison of the Online Sexual Behavior Scores of Persons with a Sexual Addiction, in Comparison to Persons Wondering If They Have a Sexual Addiction as Measured by the Online Sexual Addiction Questionnaire (OSA-Q)
Counselor Education and Supervision (ExCES)
School of Education
Paul M. Bernstein
Addiction, Internet, Online, Sexual
This study will examine the online sexual behaviors of visitors to The Society for the Advancement of Sexual Health (SASH) website (www.SASH.net). The survey was available for one year via the SASH website. The data consisting of tabulated survey results was collected via the survey link on the SASH homepage, and were electronically hosted and collected by a third party data collection website (www.surveymonkey.com). Tabulated responses totaled
N= 3,603 with responses from 37 countries on five continents. The study examines whether a difference exists between the self-reported online sexual behaviors (OSB) of those who self-identified as sexual addicts, and those who self-identified as believing they may have a sexual addiction.
Purcell, A. (2011). A Comparison of the Online Sexual Behavior Scores of Persons with a Sexual Addiction, in Comparison to Persons Wondering If They Have a Sexual Addiction as Measured by the Online Sexual Addiction Questionnaire (OSA-Q) (Doctoral dissertation, Duquesne University). Retrieved from https://dsc.duq.edu/etd/1068