Madina Kamolova (Management Information Systems), Jessica Habashy, Kaelyn Griffin, Bailey Way, and Shane Kraus (all Psychology) will be presenting at the annual meeting of Society of Advancement of Sexual Health in Seattle Oct. 14-17.
Graduate students from the Behavioral Addictions Lab will present three posters: 1) "Oh God yes: the relationships between religious trauma, religiosity, and sexual behavior among university students;" 2) An examination of the association between problematic pornography use and disordered eating symptoms in men and women;" and 3) "Differences within: hypersexuality, sensation seeking and pornography viewing behaviors in a sample of heterosexual, gay, bisexual, and uncertain men."
Griffin, Way, and Kraus will also give a 90-minute workshop entitled: "Compulsive sexual behavior disorder in ICD-11: clinical recommendations for treatment seeking clients."
Shane Kraus will lead a 90-minute panel discussion by four experts entitled: "Hot or bothered?: Clinical and research perspectives on problematic pornography use."