List of Studies

Browse this list to find studies about the topics you're interested in. Click the link to go to the study and read it to find out more.

A few notes:

These are all studies that I have saved because I found them interesting. I have either read them or saved them to read or skim when I want to learn more. They are listed here in random order.

If there’s a topic you’re interested in, search for that topic (Ctrl + F and insert a relevant key work like “conspiracy theories”).

★ This star indicates which studies I have described in my magazine “Study Spotlight” (in 500 words or less). Start reading them here.

Studies about thinking, rationality, beliefs

  1. Is Earth a Perfect Square? Repetition Increases the Perceived Truth of Highly Implausible Statements | Link ★
  2. Suspicion of institutions: How distrust and conspiracy theories deteriorate social relationships | Link
  3. Actors of the most fiendish character: Explaining the associations between the Dark Tetrad and conspiracist ideation | Link ★
  4. What Are the Necessary Conditions for Wisdom? Examining Intelligence, Creativity, Meaning-Making, and the Big-Five Traits | Link
  5. Why is cognitive ability associated with psychological distress and wellbeing? Exploring psychological, biological, and social mechanisms | Link
  6. Self-assessed intelligence, objective intelligence and the higher-order structure of personality | Link
  7. Predictors of belief in conspiracy theory: The role of individual differences in schizotypal traits, paranormal beliefs, social dominance orientation, right wing authoritarianism and conspiracy mentality | Link
  8. Promoting critical thinking in an online, project-based course | Link
  9. The sexes do not differ in general intelligence, but they do in some specifics | Link
  10. Maybe a free thinker but not a critical one: High conspiracy belief is associated with low critical thinking ability | Link
  11. Beliefs about the nature of knowledge shape responses to the pandemic: Epistemic beliefs, the Dark Factor of Personality, and COVID-19–related conspiracy ideation and behavior | Link
  12. What should academics do about conspiracy theories? Moving beyond debunking to better deal with conspiratorial movements, misinformation and post-truth | Link
  13. Predictors of belief in conspiracy theory: The role of individual differences in schizotypal traits, paranormal beliefs, social dominance orientation, right wing authoritarianism and conspiracy mentality | Link
  14. Do you have to be mad to believe in conspiracy theories? Personality disorders and conspiracy theories | Link
  15. Populist Gullibility: Conspiracy Theories, News Credibility, Bullshit Receptivity, and Paranormal Belief | Link
  16. On the disposition to think analytically: Four distinct intuitive-analytic thinking styles | Link
  17. Vaccine Hesitancy and Exposure to Misinformation: a Survey Analysis | Link
  18. Consequences of Online Misinformation on COVID-19: Two Potential Pathways and Disparity by eHealth Literacy | Link
  19. The fingerprints of misinformation: how deceptive content differs from reliable sources in terms of cognitive effort and appeal to emotions | Link
  20. Who Is Susceptible to Online Health Misinformation? A Test of Four Psychosocial Hypotheses | Link
  21. Misinformation Is a Threat Because (Other) People are Gullible | Link
  22. Beliefs About Action Efficacy Mediate The Relationship Between Self-Concept Clarity And Compassionate Action | Link
  23. You Think Failure Is Hard? So Is Learning From It | Link
  24. In case of doubt for the speculation? When people falsely remember facts in the news as being uncertain | Link
  25. Revisiting the effect of incentivization on cognitive reflection: A meta-analysis | Link
  26. Perverse Downstream Consequences of Debunking: Being Corrected by Another User for Posting False Political News Increases Subsequent Sharing of Low Quality, Partisan, and Toxic Content in a Twitter Field Experiment | Link
  27. Of differing methods, disputed estimates and discordant interpretations: the meta-analytical multiverse of brain volume and IQ associations | Link
  28. Aging is associated with maladaptive episodic memory-guided social decision-making | Link
  29. Analytic-Thinking Predicts Hoax Beliefs and Helping Behaviors in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic | Link
  30. Fake news, fast and slow: Deliberation reduces belief in false (but not true) news headlines | Link
  31. The Psychology of Fake News | Link
  32. Thirty years of research on general and specific abilities: Still not much more than g | Link
  33. Stepping Outside the Echo Chamber: Is Intellectual Humility Associated With Less Political Myside Bias? | Link ★
  34. Is political extremism supported by an illusion of understanding? | Link
  35. Sociopolitical Intellectual Humility as a Predictor of Political Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions | Link
  36. Clarifying the Content of Intellectual Humility: A Systematic Review and Integrative Framework | Link
  37. Domains of intellectual humility: Self-esteem and narcissism as independent predictors | Link
  38. A little shot of humility: Intellectual humility predicts vaccination attitudes and intention to vaccinate against COVID-19 | Link
  39. Intellectual humility in conversation: Distinct behavioral indicators of self and peer ratings | Link
  40. Overconfident and unaware: Intellectual humility and the calibration of metacognition | Link
  41. Intellectual Humility – A Moral Construct, an Intellectual Virtue | Link
  42. Intellectually Humble, but Prejudiced People. A Paradox of Intellectual Virtue | Link
  43. Recent work on intellectual humility: A philosopher’s perspective | Link
  44. Keep Calm and Be Humble: Can Intellectual Humility Predict Test Anxiety? | Link
  45. How religious tolerance can emerge among religious people: An investigation on the roles of intellectual humility, cognitive flexibility, and trait aggressiveness | Link
  46. Cross-Country Trends in Affective Polarization | Link
  47. Others Are to Blame: Whom People Consider Responsible for Online Misinformation | Link
  48. The nature and origins of political polarization over science | Link
  49. Intellectually Humble, but Prejudiced People. A Paradox of Intellectual Virtue | Link
  50. Keep Calm and Be Humble: Can Intellectual Humility Predict Test Anxiety? | Link

Studies about happiness and well-being

  1. Revisiting the Sustainable Happiness Model and Pie Chart: Can Happiness Be Successfully Pursued? | Link
  2.   Positive psychology in a pandemic: buffering, bolstering, and building mental health | Link
  3. Evaluating the impact of a time orientation intervention on well-being during the COVID-19 lockdown:
    past, present or future? | Link
  4. The relative impact of 15-minutes of meditation compared to a day of vacation in daily life: An
    exploratory analysis | Link
  5.  Interaction of adolescent aspirations and self-control on wellbeing in old age: Evidence from a six-decade longitudinal UK birth cohort | Link
  6. Three Good Tools: Positively reflecting backwards and forwards is associated with robust improvements in well-being across three distinct interventions | Link
  7. Learning to learn from positive experiences | Link
  8. Minimalism, voluntary simplicity, and well-being: A systematic review of the empirical literature | Link
  9. Towards a framework for flourishing through social media: a systematic review of 118 research studies | Link
  10. Virtues in action are related to the integration of both temperament and character: Comparing the VIA
    classification of virtues and Cloninger’s biopsychosocial model of personality | Link
  11. Societal emotional environments and cross-cultural differences in life satisfaction: A forty-nine country
    study | Link
  12.   To give or to take money? The effects of choice on prosocial spending and happiness | Link 
  13. What are character strengths good for? A daily diary study on character strengths enactment | Link 
  14. An interdisciplinary mental wellbeing intervention for increasing flourishing: two experimental
    studies | Link
  15. Income inequality, corruption and subjective well-being | Link
  16. Frustrated Achievers: Winners, Losers and
    Subjective Well-Being in New Market Economies | Link
  17. Subjective well-being in university students: what are the impacts of procrastination and
    attachment styles? | Link 
  18. The relationship between physical activity intensity and subjective well-being in
    college students | Link
  19. Physical activity and subjective well-being in healthy individuals: a meta-analytic
    review | Link
  20. The social psychology of economic inequality, redistribution, and subjective
    well-being | Link 
  21.  Stress’s association with subjective well-being around the globe, and buffering by
    affluence and prosocial behavior | Link 
  22. Going Green Is Good for You: Why We Need to Change the Way We Think about Pro-environmental
    Behavior | Link 
  23. Experimental manipulation of extraverted and introverted behavior and its effects on
    well-being | Link 
  24. Comparing the effects of performing and recalling acts of kindness | Link 
  25. Satisfied yet striving: Gratitude fosters life satisfaction and improvement motivation in youth | Link 
  26. Good for self or good for others? The
    well-being benefits of kindness in two cultures depend on how the kindness is framed | Link
  27. Changes in neural reward processing following Amplification of Positivity treatment for depression and anxiety:
    Preliminary findings from a randomized waitlist controlled trial | Link 
  28. Is variety the spice of happiness? More variety is associated with lower efficacy of positive activity
    interventions in a sample of over 200,000 happiness seekers | Link 
  29. Effectiveness of positive psychology interventions: a systematic review and meta-analysis | Link 
  30. Measuring Eudaimonic and Non-Eudaimonic Goods in the Pursuit of the Good Life | Link 
  31. Teaching well-being at scale: An intervention study | Link 
  32. Benefits of a psychoeducational happiness course on university student mental well-being both
    before and during a COVID-19 lockdown | Link 
  33. Flourishing across Europe: Application of a new conceptual framework for defining well-being – Huppert & So | Link 
  34.   An early intervention to promote
    well-being and flourishing and reduce anxiety and depression: A randomized
    controlled trial | Link
  35. Evaluation of a Seven-Week Web-Based Happiness Training to Improve Psychological Well-Being, Reduce Stress, and Enhance Mindfulness and Flourishing: A Randomized Controlled Occupational Health Study | Link   

Studies about the self, personality, dark traits

  1. Integrating Personality Structure, Personality Process, and Personality Development | Link
  2. What Is Personality? | Link
  3. Intelligence and Personality | Link 
  4. Personality Trait Change in Adulthood | Link
  5. A systematic review of personality trait change through intervention | Link
  6. Life Events and Personality Trait Change | Link
  7.   Volitional personality trait change: Can people choose to change their personality traits? | Link
  8. Genetic and environmental influences on human psychological differences | Link
  9. Does successfully changing personality traits via intervention require that participants be autonomously motivated to change? | Link 
  10.  Dynamics and Processes in Personality | Link
  11. Five-factor Personality Dimensions and 3 Health-related Personality Constructs as Predictors of Health | Link
  12. Personality and Career Success: Concurrent and Longitudinal Relations | Link 
  13. Big Five personality traits and relationship quality: Self-reported, observational, and physiological evidence | Link
  14. A Systematic Review of Personality Trait Change Through Intervention | Link
  15. You have to follow through: Attaining behavioral change goals predicts volitional personality change | Link 
  16. Your personality does not care whether you believe it can change | Link
  17. Experimental manipulation of extraverted and introverted behavior and its effects on well-being | Link
  18. We Are What We Watch: Movie Plots Predict the Personalities of Their Fans | Link
  19. Do people know how others view them? Two approaches for identifying the accuracy of metaperceptions | Link
  20. Stranger or a clone? Future self-connectedness depends on who you ask, when you ask, and what dimension you
    focus on | Link
  21. The claim that personality is more important than intelligence in predicting important life outcomes has been
    greatly exaggerated | Link
  22. The stereotype that girls lack talent: A worldwide investigation | Link
  23. Dark Tetrad personality traits and the propensity to lie across multiple contexts | Link 
  24. The Dark Side of Humanity Scale: A reconstruction of the Dark Tetrad constructs | Link
  25. Identifying dark personality profiles in working adults | Link
  26. Screening for Dark Personalities | Link
  27. Dark Tetrad and COVID-19 protective measures: Mediating effects of risk-taking tendencies | Link
  28. The Light vs. Dark Triad of Personality: Contrasting Two Very Different Profiles of Human Nature | Link
  29. The big 5 personality traits and earnings: a meta-analysis | Link
  30. Lighten the darkness: Personality interventions targeting agreeableness also reduce participants’ levels of the dark triad | Link
  31. When intelligence hurts and ignorance is bliss: Global pandemic as an evolutionarily novel threat to happiness | Link
  32. Self-perceived substance and behavioral addictions among Jewish Israeli adolescents during the COVID-19 Pandemic | Link
  33. The memories that people would save or erase differ from their most positive and negative memories on function,
    emotion and correspondence with the life script | Link
  34. Determined Yet Dehumanized: People Higher in Self-Control Are Seen as More Robotic | Link
  35. Loneliness Before and During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review With Meta-Analysis | Link 
  36. Negativity bias, personality and political ideology | Link
  37. Genetics, Parenting, and Family Functioning – What Drives the Development of Self-Control from
    Adolescence to Adulthood? | Link 
  38. Longitudinal bidirectional associations between personality and becoming a leader | Link
  39. Percolating ideas: The effects of caffeine on creative thinking and problem solving | Link
  40. Evaluation of psychometric characteristics of light triad personality questionnaire in nurses | Link
  41. Are Regional Differences in Psychological Characteristics and Their Correlates Robust? Applying Spatial-Analysis
    Techniques to Examine Regional Variation in Personality | Link
  42. Will-powered: Synchronic regulation is the difference maker for self-control | Link
  43. Gender Effect on Views of Wisdom and Wisdom Levels | Link
  44. Big five personality traits and performance: A quantitative synthesis of 50+ meta-analyses | Link
  45. Motivating Personal Growth by Seeking Discomfort | Link
  46. Applying the Science of Habit Formation to Evidence-Based Psychological Treatments for Mental Illness | Link
  47. Habitual Behavior Is Goal-Driven | Link 
  48. The true “me”—Mind or body? | Link
  49. What does being hard on yourself communicate to others? The role of symbolic implications of self-punishment in
    attributions of remorse | Link
  50. Does power increase attention to rewards? Examining the brain and behavior | Link

Studies about beauty, sex, relationships

  1. Examining the “attractiveness halo effect” across cultures | Link 
  2. Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, I Deserve More Than All: Perceived Attractiveness and Self-Interested
    Behavior | Link 
  3. Attractiveness and preferences for redistribution | Link
  4.   Student beauty and grades under in-person and remote teaching | Link 
  5. Physical attractiveness and women’s intra-household bargaining power | Link 
  6. What predicts involuntary singlehood: Investigating the effects of self-esteem and having desirable traits in a
    Greek-speaking sample | Link 
  7. When Desire Fades: Women Talk About Their Subjective Experience of Declining Sexual Desire in Loving Long-term
    Relationships | Link 
  8. Is Infidelity Contagious? Online Exposure to Norms of Adultery and Its Effect on Expressions of Desire for Current and
    Alternative Partners | Link 
  9. Women and Men are the Barometers of Relationships: Testing the Predictive Power of Women’s and Men’s Relationship
    Satisfaction | Link 
  10. The irony of (romantic) harmony: Heterosexual romantic relationships can drive women’s justification of
    the gender hierarchy | Link 
  11. An Empirical Investigation of the Roles of Biological, Relational, Cognitive, and Emotional
    Factors in Explaining Sex Differences in Dyadic Sexual Desire | Link
  12. Compersion: When Jealousy-Inducing Situations Don’t (Just) Induce Jealousy | Link
  13. Controlling Love: The Ethics and Desirability of Using ‘Love Drugs’ | Link 
  14. Treatment of adjustment disorder stemming from romantic betrayal using memory reactivation under propranolol: A
    open-label interrupted time series trial | Link 
  15. Predictors of enhancing human physical attractiveness: Data from 93 countries | Link 
  16. Beautification Is More than Mere Mate Attraction: Extending Evolutionary Perspectives on Female
    Appearance Enhancement | Link 
  17. Is the Anthropomorphization of Sex Dolls Associated with Objectification and Hostility Toward Women? A Mixed Method
    Study among Doll Users | Link 
  18. Fairer Sex: The Role of Relationship Equity in Female Sexual Desire | Link 
  19. Frequency, Method, Intensity, and Health Sequelae of Sexual Choking Among U.S. Undergraduate and Graduate Students | Link 
  20. Cunnilingus is very helpful in stimulating women to orgasm | Link 
  21. In the Heat of the Short-Term Moment: Evidence that Heightened Sexual Arousal Increases Short-Term Mating Motivation
    Among Men | Link 
  22. Borderline personality traits in attractive women and wealthy low attractive men are relatively favoured by the
    opposite sex | Link 
  23. A new look at the relations between attachment and intelligence | Link 
  24. Modernization, collectivism, and gender equality predict love experiences in 45
    countries | Link 
  25. Biting the forbidden fruit: The effect of flirting with a virtual agent on attraction to real alternative and existing
    partners | Link 
  26. Effects of Women’s Short-Term Mating Orientation and Self-Perceived Attractiveness in Rating and Viewing Men’s Waist
    to Chest Ratios | Link 
  27. Short-term and long-term mate preference in men and women in an Iranian population | Link 
  28. I Want Our Relationship to Last: Strategies That People Employ in Order to Improve Their Intimate
    Relationships | Link 
  29. Expect and you shall perceive: People who expect better in turn perceive better behaviors from their romantic
    partners | Link 
  30. The sexes do not differ in general intelligence, but they do in some specifics | Link 
  31. Misogynistic terrorism: it has always been here | Link 
  32. Freedom of Expression of Women in the Public Sphere: From Objectification to Technology Facilitated
    Sexual Violence | Link
  33. The Cocksure Conundrum: How Evolution Created a Gendered Currency of Corporate Overconfidence | Link
  34. Beyond Simple Mean Differences: Analysis of Sex Similarities and Differences in Academic Achievement With the Kaufman Tests of Educational Achievement, Third Edition | Link 
  35. Sex is predicted by spatial memory multivariate activation patterns | Link
  36. Sex-specific academic ability and attitude patterns in students across developed countries | Link 
  37. Beyond Simple Mean Differences: Analysis of Sex Similarities and Differences in Academic Achievement With the Kaufman
    Tests of Educational Achievement, Third Edition | Link  
  38. Are sex differences in self-estimated intelligence an elusive phenomenon? Exploring the role of working memory, creativity, and other psychological correlates in young and
    older adults | Link 
  39. The Impasse on Gender Differences in Intelligence: a MetaAnalysis on WISC Batteries | Link ★
  40. Negligible Sex Differences in General Intelligence | Link 
  41. (Pretty) Lady First: Effects of Mate-Related Motives on the Item-Selection Orders of Faces With Varying Attractiveness | Link
  42. Gender Differences in Sexual Attitudes and Behaviors: A Review of Meta-Analytic Results and Large Datasets | Link 
  43. Gender differences in morality | Link 
  44. Sex-related differences in general intelligence g, brain size, and social status | Link 
  45. The gender gap in political interest revisited | Link 
  46. Gender Similarities and Differences | Link 
  47. Implicit and Explicit Sexual Attitudes: How Are They Related to Sexual Desire and Sexual Satisfaction in Men and
    Women? | Link 
  48. Sexual Desire and Relationship Duration in Young Men and Women | Link 
  49. Maintaining Sexual Desire in Long-Term Relationships: A Systematic Review and Conceptual Model | Link 
  50. Is smart sexy? Examining the role of relative intelligence in mate preferences | Link 

Studies about morality

  1. The slippery slope: How small ethical transgressions pave the way for larger future transgression | Link
  2. Bad apples, bad cases, and bad barrels: Meta-analytic evidence about sources of unethical decisions at work | Link
  3. Violence, Aggression, and Ethics: The Link Between Exposure to Human Violence and Unethical Behavior | Link
  4. Interactive Effect of Moral Disengagement and Violent Video Games on Self-Control, Cheating, and Aggression | Link
  5. Do-Gooder Derogation: Disparaging Morally Motivated Minorities to Defuse Anticipated Reproach | Link
  6. This Isn’t the Free Will Worth Looking For: General Free Will Beliefs Do Not Influence Moral Judgments, Agent-Specific Choice Ascriptions Do | Link
  7. Prosocial behavior and reputation: When does doing good lead to looking good? | Link
  8. Psychological science for a responsible sharing economy | Link
  9. Empathy regulation, prosociality, and moral judgment | Link
  10. Deconstructing moral character judgments | Link
  11. Achievement Motivation and Academic Dishonesty: A Meta-Analytic Investigation | Link
  12. Field experiments on dishonesty and stealing: what have we learned in the last 40 years? | Link
  13. Neural mechanisms of deliberate dishonesty: Dissociating deliberation from other control processes during dishonest behaviors | Link
  14. Cognitive Control Promotes Either Honesty or Dishonesty, Depending on One’s Moral Default | Link
  15. Neural Representation in mPFC Reveals Hidden Selfish Motivation in White Lies | Link
  16.  Prosocial lies: Causes and consequences | Link
  17. When the Truth Hurts: Relations Between Psychopathic Traits and the Willingness to Tell Varied Types of Lies | Link
  18. Neural mechanisms of deliberate dishonesty: Dissociating deliberation from other control processes during dishonest behaviors | Link
  19. Do Happy People Cheat Less? A Field Experiment on Dishonesty | Link
  20. Cognitive control increases honesty in cheaters but cheating in those who are honest | Link ★
  21. Is it costly to deceive? People are adept at detecting gossipers’ lies but may not reward honesty | Link
  22. The developmental origins of a default moral response: A shift from honesty to dishonesty | Link
  23. Overriding a moral default for honesty or dishonesty | Link
  24. Sexual morality: Multidimensionality and sex differences | Link
  25. Attractiveness and preferences for redistribution | Link
  26. When and Why “Staying out of It” Backfires in Moral and Political Disagreements | Link
  27. Clarifying measurement issues with the Purity subscale of the Moral Foundations Questionnaire in Christian and non-religious participants | Link
  28. The Problem of Purity in Moral Psychology | Link
  29. Moral expansiveness around the world: The role of societal factors across 36 countries | Link
  30. Values as Luxury Goods and Political Polarization | Link
  31.  If I Could Do It, So Can They: Among the Rich, Those With Humbler Origins are Less Sensitive to the Difficulties of the Poor | Link
  32. It’s not what you did, it’s what you could have done | Link
  33. Measuring dishonest behavior: Hidden dimensions that matter | Link
  34. Truth-default theory and the psychology of lying and deception detection | Link
  35. Prejudice Reduction: Progress and Challenges | Link
  36. The Social Neuroscience of Prejudice | Link
  37. The Psychology of Moral Conviction | Link
  38. Moral Judgments | Link
  39. Moral elevation increases support for humanitarian policies, but not political concessions, in intractable conflict | Link
  40. Belief in divine moral authority satisfies the psychological need for structure and increases in the face of perceived injustice | Link
  41. How morality signals, benefits, binds, and teaches | Link
  42. Schadenfreude for undeserved misfortunes: The unexpected consequences of endorsing a strong belief in a just world | Link
  43. Gratitude predicts selective moral concern about interpersonal harms | Link
  44. Moral identity, moral self-efficacy, and moral elevation: A sequential mediation model predicting moral intentions and behaviour | Link
  45. Moral People Tend to Be Happier | Link
  46.  Is Infidelity Contagious? Online Exposure to Norms of Adultery and Its Effect on Expressions of Desire for Current and Alternative Partners | Link
  47. When does moral engagement risk triggering a hypocrite penalty? | Link
  48. Selection effects on dishonest behavior | Link
  49. Being Good to Look Good: Self-Reported Moral Character Predicts Moral Double Standards Among Reputation-Seeking Individuals | Link
  50. Sex differences in moral judgements across 67 countries | Link

Studies about pornography

  1. Associations between pornography exposure, body image and sexual body image: A systematic review | Link
  2. What Motives Drive Pornography Use? | Link
  3. Frequency of use, moral incongruence and religiosity and their relationships with self-perceived addiction to pornography, internet use, social networking and online gaming | Link
  4. Testing the Confluence Model of the Association Between Pornography Use and Male Sexual Aggression: A Longitudinal Assessment in Two Independent Adolescent Samples from Croatia | Link
  5. Compulsive Internet Pornography Use and Mental Health: A Cross-Sectional Study in a Sample of University Students in the United States | Link
  6. Associations between adolescents’ pornography consumption and self-objectification, body comparison, and body shame | Link
  7. With or Without You: Associations Between Frequency of Internet Pornography Use and Sexual Relationship Outcomes for (Non)Consensual (Non)Monogamous Individuals | Link
  8. Attachment insecurities and body image self-consciousness among women: The mediating role of pornography use | Link
  9. High-Frequency Pornography Use May Not Always Be Problematic | Link
  10. Why do people watch pornography? The motivational basis of pornography use | Link
  11. Evaluating Pornography Problems Due to Moral Incongruence Model | Link
  12. Pornography use and romantic relationships: A dyadic daily diary study | Link
  13. Evaluating Pornography Problems Due to Moral Incongruence Model | Link
  14. Self-Assessed Effects of Pornography Use on Personal Sex Life: Results from a Large-Scale Study of Norwegian Adults | Link
  15. Pornography and Relationship Quality: Establishing the Dominant Pattern by Examining Pornography Use and 31 Measures of Relationship Quality in 30 National Surveys | Link
  16.  Addiction or Transgression? Moral Incongruence and Self-Reported Problematic Pornography Use in a Nationally Representative Sample | Link
  17.  Are sexual functioning problems associated with frequent pornography use and/or problematic pornography use? Results from a large community survey including males and females | Link
  18. Learning from pornography: results of a mixed methods systematic review | Link
  19. Pornography and Sexual Aggression: Can Meta-Analysis Find a Link? | Link
  20. Pornography Use and Psychological Science: A Call for Consideration | Link
  21. A Descriptive Analysis of the Types, Targets, and Relative Frequency of Aggression in Mainstream Pornography | Link
  22. Properties of the Problematic Pornography Consumption Scale (PPCS-18) in community and subclinical samples in China and Hungary | Link
  23. The Short Version of the Problematic Pornography Consumption Scale (PPCS-6): A Reliable and Valid Measure in General and Treatment-Seeking Populations | Link
  24. Associations between pornography exposure, body image and sexual body image: A systematic review | Link
  25.  Pornography Consumption and Sexual Choking: An Evaluation of Theoretical Mechanisms | Link
  26. Is Support for Outlawing Pornography Linked with Ignorance or Denial of Science? | Link
  27. Why Do People Watch Porn? An Evolutionary Perspective on the Reasons for Pornography Consumption | Link
  28. Nonconsensual pornography among U.S. adults: A sexual scripts framework on victimization, perpetration, and health correlates for women and men | Link
  29. The Prevalence of Using Pornography for Information About How to Have Sex: Findings from a Nationally Representative Survey of U.S. Adolescents and Young Adults | Link
  30. Diverse Sexual Behaviors and Pornography Use: Findings From a Nationally Representative Probability Survey of Americans Aged 18 to 60 Years | Link
  31. Less than human? Media use, objectification of women, and men’s acceptance of sexual aggression | Link
  32. Pornography Use, Two Forms of Dehumanization, and Sexual Aggression: Attitudes vs. Behaviors | Link
  33. Pornography and Dehumanization: The Essentialist Dimension | Link
  34. “I Don’t Hate All Women, Just Those Stuck-Up Bitches”: How Incels and Mainstream Pornography Speak the Same Extreme Language of Misogyny | Link
  35. Effects of Pornography Use and Demographic Parameters on Sexual Response during Masturbation and Partnered Sex in Women | Link
  36. Recognizing Connections Between Intimate Partner Sexual Violence and Pornography | Link
  37. The Moderating Influence of Moral Disapproval of Pornography on Couples’ Sexual and Relationship Satisfaction | Link
  38. American Adult Pornography Consumers’ Beliefs and Behaviors Related to Pornography Studios Mistreating Their Performers | Link
  39. Sexual Desire and Subjective Distress among Pornography Consumers | Link
  40. The Dark Triad and Honesty-Humility: A Preliminary Study on the Relations to Pornography Use | Link
  41. Who Seeks Aggression in Pornography? Findings from Interviews with Viewers | Link
  42. Women’s Age of First Exposure to Internet Pornography Predicts Sexual Victimization | Link
  43. The Effects of Pornography on Unethical Behavior in Business | Link
  44. The Exacerbating Impact of Moral Disapproval on the Relationship Between Pornography Use and Depression, Anxiety, and Relationship Satisfaction | Link
  45. A Mixed-Method Analysis of Women’s Attributions about Their Partner’s Pornography Use | Link
  46. Curvilinear associations between pornography use and relationship satisfaction, sexual satisfaction, and relationship stability in the United States | Link
  47. Up-regulating Sexual Arousal and Down-regulating Disgust while Watching Pornography: Effects on Sexual Arousal and Disgust | Link
  48. Compulsive Internet Pornography Use and Mental Health: A Cross-Sectional Study in a Sample of University Students in the United States | Link
  49. High-Frequency Pornography Use May Not Always Be Problematic | Link
  50. Pornography Viewing among Fraternity Men: Effects on Bystander Intervention, Rape Myth Acceptance and Behavioral Intent to Commit Sexual Assault | Link