Pornography: Research Advances and Policy Considerations

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This chapter is an edited version of a same-titled one written for Peter Suedfeld and Philip Tetlock (Eds.), Psychology and Social Advocacy. It is reprinted with permission.


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