Researchers Find Association Between Porn Viewing And Less Grey Matter In The Brain

Researchers from the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin have published a study in the journal JAMA Psychiatry which found that hours spent watching pornography was associated with differences in gray matter volume in a particular region of the brain. For the investigation, scientists recruited 64 healthy males between the ages of 21-45. Participants were asked to fill out surveys…

New Research Reveals What Porn Actually Does to Your Brain

written by By Tom McKay The news: A study published in the journal JAMA Psychiatry has linked high pornography usage to lower volume and activity in the regions of the brain linked to rewards and motivation. It’s the first to provide a solid link between consumption of dirty movies to reductions in brain size and activity in response to sexual…

How Watching Pornography Changes The Brain

written by  Mohamed Ghilan, UVic Neuroscience It is now recognized in neuroscience that the brain is malleable. It changes with our experience and forms pathways and connections that correlate with what we watch, listen to, and learn. From the active engagement in a philosophical discussion in class to the learning of directions in the new city…