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They don’t lack sexual activity in their lives, though they do seem to have more psychological problems.In the experiment, the pictures served as cues, similar to those that also trigger other addictive behavior, such as alcohol-related cues that trigger alcohol use.

Follow me on Twitter @swhitbo for daily updates on psychology, health, and aging.But being hooked on cybersex can interfere with an individual’s ability to lead a productive and satisfying life. study did not have fewer or less rewarding sexual relationships in their own lives, they did have more symptoms indicating psychological problems.They also were more likely to engage in riskier sexual behavior.Research in the field is still emerging, but based on what’s known currently, it appears that women are in fact less likely to use cybersex than men, and when they do, they're more likely to join chat rooms than to view pornography.Research also shows that women become more likely to prefer interactive cybersex as they get older.For example, they were more likely than NIPUs to agree, "My sexual thoughts and fantasies distract me from accomplishing important tasks," and "I feel like my sexual behavior is taking me in a direction I don’t want to go." They also agreed that they "do things sexually that are against my values and beliefs." Clearly, both men and women can become cybersex addicts.

In the case of women, at least, the ramifications can lead include a set of unwanted consequences, some that may even pose danger to physical and mental health.

Most of the comparisons of interest involved the IPUs vs. Compared to the NIPUs, the IPUs were more likely to watch softcore photos and videos, but they were even more likely to visit hardcore photo and video websites.

There were no group differences in a host of other practices, such as having sex chats, having sex via Webcam, using dating sites, going to live sex shows, purchasing online sex toys, reading sexually arousing literature, searching information on STDs, or seeking advice on sexual practices.

Unlike people who don’t develop an addiction, those hooked on cybersex actually become aroused by sexual cues on the Internet.

If you don’t become turned on by pornographic images on the Internet, you won’t become a cybersex addict.

In investigating this relatively unexplored area, University of Duisberg-Essen psychologist Christian Laier and a team of German researchers decided to study the nature of cybersex addiction in women and understand its predictors.