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The Neurosciences of Health Communication: An fNIRS Analysis of Prefrontal Cortex and Porn Consumption in Young Women for the Development of Prevention Health Programs

Ubaldo Cuesta, Jose Ignacio Niño, Luz Martinez, Borja Paredes
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
) when viewing a pornographic clip (cue exposure) versus a control clip.  ...  This work explores the use of fNIRS neuroimaging technique using young female college students with different levels of consumption of pornography, and the activation of the prefrontal cortex (cue reactivity  ...  In the current research, 28 young college women selfreported their porn consumption habits and viewed two 20second video clips (porn vs. control) while the activity of their prefrontal cortex was recorded  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.02132 pmid:32982871 pmcid:PMC7488514 fatcat:n5qwlxo6ozgi3lbbraezybu2yu

Composition and role of convergent technological repertoires in audiovisual media consumption

Cédric Courtois, Lieven De Marez, Pieter Verdegem
2014 Behavior and Information Technology  
This mixed-method research focuses on the growing appropriation of multiple screen devices for audiovisual media consumption.  ...  Hence, in future applications of niche theory, gratifications and habits of communication modes (what people do with media technologies) should be taken into account, rather than media as tied to a specific  ...  Furthermore, empirical niche studies only consider conscious motivation to engage in media consumption.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0144929x.2013.872189 fatcat:hmddm3r35neypd3zqpeyelkt34

Consumption Effort: The Mental Cost of Generating Utility and the Role of Consumer Energy Level in Ambitious Consumption

Brian J. Gibbs, Aimee Drolet
2003 Journal of Consumer Psychology  
Study 2 demonstrated the same effect with naturally occurring energy levels and with consumption experiences whose effortfulness and quality were varied independently.  ...  We propose that the essence of consumption is the mental process of generating utility from products, that this process expends consumption effort, and that consumers take consumption effort into account  ...  We thank Dawn Iacobucci and the anonymous reviewers for their helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327663jcp1303_08 fatcat:gfwgh5jvxbgivjthvowihkeqyq

The role of socio-spatial context in the habit–goal interface of audiovisual media consumption

Cédric Courtois, Frederik De Grove, Lieven De Marez
2014 Poetics  
We propose a framework that inquires how goals and habits interface with each other as explanatory factors of consumption and how the role of socio-spatial cues can be understood.  ...  The latter views behavior as a result of the triadic reciprocal relationship between individuals, their behavior and their environments.  ...  The habit-goal interface The reason why people use media is one of the central themes in media studies, with Uses & Gratifications (U&G) as one of the most attractive and prominent paradigms for empirical  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.poetic.2014.05.002 fatcat:gzmmkxx7ovaxffjyvgxy5aafzi

Consumption stereotypes and impression management: How you are what you eat

Lenny R. Vartanian, C. Peter Herman, Janet Polivy
2007 Appetite  
Consumption stereotypes refer to judgments about others based on their food intake. We review the empirical research on stereotypes based on what and how much people eat.  ...  Finally, we discuss the ways in which using food intake as an impression-management tactic can lead to chronic food restriction and unhealthy eating habits. r  ...  Acknowledgement The authors wish to thank Kelly Brownell, Cindy Chung, Carol Nemeroff, Rebecca Pinkus, Jennifer Thomas, and Shirley Wang for their helpful comments.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.appet.2006.10.008 pmid:17157957 fatcat:7lgqvglfdfafvbrwdndlw2ssqu

Helping patients to reduce tobacco consumption in oncology: a narrative review

Claudio Lucchiari, Marianna Masiero, Andrea Botturi, Gabriella Pravettoni
2016 SpringerPlus  
The present overview focuses on evidence of smoking cessation approaches in oncology settings with the aim to provide health personnel a critical perspective on how to help their patients.  ...  This narrative review is structured in two main sections: the first one describes the psycho-cognitive variables involved in the decision to continue smoking after a cancer diagnosis and during the treatment  ...  Normally, the self-help tools are booklets, brochures, and informative paper-based support materials, although video clips and computer-based tools are also now available.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40064-016-2798-9 pmid:27504234 pmcid:PMC4954805 fatcat:wf6iurtee5g5rbzbf3x2qv62iq

Too Fatigued to Consume (Ir)Responsibly? The Importance of Work‐Related Fatigue and Personal Values for Responsible Consumption

Grit Tanner, Marlies Schümann, Carolin Baur, Eva Bamberg
2021 International Journal of Consumer Studies  
However, regarding socially responsible consumption focusing on fair production conditions, the results revealed a significant nonmoderated mediation.  ...  To test our hypotheses, we used path analyses and controlled for the data structure.  ...  Additionally, this information can be conveyed to all age groups in society via short video clips available on TV or on the Internet.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ijcs.12655 fatcat:usult7wjujairf5ktvxhu2uese

Will You Marry Me?:. Spectacle and Consumption in the Ritual of Marriage Proposals

Phillip Vannini
2004 Journal of Popular Culture  
I analyze a set of narratives of marriage proposals posted on the World Wide Web and collected on various Web sites.  ...  A marriage proposal represents a critical shift in a romantic relationship; by formalizing one's engagement through the exchange of symbols and sharing of intentions couples exit the dating phase and project  ...  Linguistic conventions and cultural habits allow us to make sense of social contexts and interaction and respond in socially appropriate ways (Schweder, 1991) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.0022-3840.2004.00105.x fatcat:ejzbfnn4wfcvvmhquuir4dkshq

The exercise of female sexuality between fantasy and discourse in the consumption of online pornography

Mayte Cabral Mesquita, Marcelo De Rezende Pinto
2020 REGE Revista de Gestão  
In order to analyze the data, the study used the French discourse analysis as methodological tool.FindingsIt was possible to realize that the consumption of pornographic content is motivated by curiosity  ...  the significant volume of pornography consumption and the high figures that this market indicates, one can notice that literature related to consumption studies has neglected this specific theme.  ...  in the form of texts and narratives, photographs, video clips available for download and web cameras with live transmissionssuch features can be offered on one single website, (2) the consumption of pornography  ... 
doi:10.1108/rege-02-2019-0035 fatcat:cpnd75vakbfa7bz5kpg3jlzggi

Hooked on data videos

Fereshteh Amini, Nathalie Henry Riche, Bongshin Lee, Jason Leboe-McGowan, Pourang Irani
2018 Proceedings of the 2018 International Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces - AVI '18  
We then validate this questionnaire through a crowdsourcing study on Amazon's Mechanical Turk to assess the effect of animation and pictographs in data videos.  ...  However, no study has formally assessed the effect of these techniques on data insight communication and viewer engagement.  ...  Study Material and Measures For this study, we targeted elemental video segments or data clips.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3206505.3206552 dblp:conf/avi/AminiRLLI18 fatcat:elqylfvg7vhxzbie6mw34ps6by

Interventions to Reduce Meat Consumption by Appealing to Animal Welfare: Meta-Analysis and Evidence-Based Recommendations

Maya B. Mathur, Jacob Peacock, David B. Reichling, Janice Nadler, Paul A. Bain, Christopher D. Gardner, Thomas N. Robinson
2021 Appetite  
Most attention to reducing consumption has focused on restructuring environments where foods are chosen or on making health or environmental appeals.  ...  Future research should use direct behavioral outcomes that mini-mize the potential for social desirability bias and are measured over long-term follow-up.  ...  of Indian Animal Protection Organizations]), and who answered questions about their studies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.appet.2021.105277 pmid:33984401 pmcid:PMC9205607 fatcat:hrk7iuz5qbeghjs2mp27sfdbhu

Can Watching Online Videos Be Addictive? A Qualitative Exploration of Online Video Watching among Chinese Young Adults

Zeyang Yang, Mark Griffiths, Zhihao Yan, Wenting Xu
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The present study investigated online video watching behaviors, motivational factors for watching online videos, and potentially addictive indicators of watching online videos.  ...  Future studies should explore users' addictive-like behaviors in relation to specific types of online video content and their social interaction on these platforms.  ...  Watching online videos can be motivated by existing habits, but, at the same time, one could develop new habits.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18147247 fatcat:43dlgxb4v5flncxfobexct2gpe

Pornography Induced Erectile Dysfunction Among Young Men

Hamdija Begovic
2019 Dignity: A Journal on Sexual Exploitation and Violence  
The findings are based on 11 interviews along with two video diaries and three text diaries.  ...  The findings are based on 11 interviews along with two video diaries and three text diaries.  ...  His help and guidance made the present study possible.  ... 
doi:10.23860/dignity.2019.04.01.05 fatcat:ydgfl3rwxjgu5be5qxc5cjtn2q

Equipping entrepreneurs: consuming credit and credit scores

Paul Langely
2013 Consumption, markets & culture  
The full-text may be used and/or reproduced, and given to third parties in any format or medium, without prior permission or charge, for personal research or study, educational, or not-for-prot purposes  ...  2014) 'Equipping entrepreneurs : consuming credit and credit scores.', Consumption, markets culture., 17 (5). pp. 448-467. Further information on publisher's website: http://dx.  ...  Six customers each speak to camera in their own short video clips.  ... 
doi:10.1080/10253866.2013.849592 fatcat:t3kyx3hd5bdwdavypjwsn4ge2q

Chapter 3: Role and Context of Technology for Music-Making [chapter]

Jan-Peter Herbst, Jonas Menze
2021 Gear Acquisition Syndrome: Consumption of Instruments and Technology in Popular Music  
Little empirical research has focused on the attitudes of players of different instruments towards their gear. Electric guitarists have been researched the most.  ...  Using microphones or trigger clips to amplify or extend the sound still contributes to a better playing feel.  ... 
doi:10.5920/gearacquisition.03 fatcat:gtlxutiz2zdm7pms76akgmthx4
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