de Jong, David

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Roles of genital self-image, distraction, and anxiety in women’s sexual pleasure: a preregistered study 2021 82 Women with negative genital self-image are more likely to experience sexual dysfunction (Herbenick & Reece, 2010), but the processes underlying this association are unknown. We theorized that this association is mediated by distraction from the arous...
The mediating role of dissociation in the associations between women’s perceived partner’s responsiveness during sexual assault discussions and sexual pleasure 2021 60 Sexual assault negatively affects women’s mental, physical, and sexual health (Dworkin et al., 2017), but higher perceived social support is generally protective against these negative effects (Dworkin et al, 2019). Specifically, for women who have b...
The impact of religiosity on shame and self-esteem following a hookup 2019 595 Research into the impact of hookups on mental health has focused on possible detriments to self-esteem. To better understand why hooking up is associated with lower self-esteem, this study focused on the impact of religious beliefs on shame following...
Women’s body image and sexual pleasure: examining serial mediation by approach and avoidance sexual motives and distraction 2021 86 Women with body image concerns are more likely to experience sexual difficulties (e.g., with arousal, lubrication, orgasm). However, the processes by which body image impacts sexual well-being are poorly understood. We theorized that women with negat...