Joshua B. Grubbs
Joshua B. Grubbs
Associate Professor, Center for Alcohol, Substance use, And Addiction, University of New Mexico
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The Religious and Spiritual Struggles Scale: Development and initial validation.
JJ Exline, KI Pargament, JB Grubbs, AM Yali
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 6 (3), 208, 2014
Transgression as addiction: Religiosity and moral disapproval as predictors of perceived addiction to pornography
JB Grubbs, JJ Exline, KI Pargament, JN Hook, RD Carlisle
Archives of sexual behavior 44, 125-136, 2015
Internet pornography use: Perceived addiction, psychological distress, and the validation of a brief measure
JB Grubbs, F Volk, JJ Exline, KI Pargament
Journal of sex & marital therapy 41 (1), 83-106, 2015
Pornography problems due to moral incongruence: An integrative model with a systematic review and meta-analysis
JB Grubbs, SL Perry, JA Wilt, RC Reid
Archives of Sexual Behavior 48, 397-415, 2019
Perceived addiction to Internet pornography and psychological distress: Examining relationships concurrently and over time.
JB Grubbs, N Stauner, JJ Exline, KI Pargament, MJ Lindberg
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 29 (4), 1056, 2015
Generational and time period differences in American adolescents’ religious orientation, 1966–2014
JM Twenge, JJ Exline, JB Grubbs, R Sastry, WK Campbell
PloS one 10 (5), e0121454, 2015
The Cyber-Pornography Use Inventory: The development of a new assessment instrument
JB Grubbs, J Sessoms, DM Wheeler, F Volk
Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity 17 (2), 106-126, 2010
Culture wars and COVID‐19 conduct: Christian nationalism, religiosity, and Americans’ behavior during the coronavirus pandemic
SL Perry, AL Whitehead, JB Grubbs
Journal for the scientific study of religion 59 (3), 405-416, 2020
Moral incongruence and pornography use: A critical review and integration
JB Grubbs, SL Perry
The Journal of Sex Research 56 (1), 29-37, 2019
Self-reported addiction to pornography in a nationally representative sample: The roles of use habits, religiousness, and moral incongruence
JB Grubbs, SW Kraus, SL Perry
Journal of Behavioral Addictions 8 (1), 88-93, 2019
Trait entitlement: A cognitive-personality source of vulnerability to psychological distress.
JB Grubbs, JJ Exline
Psychological bulletin 142 (11), 1204, 2016
Internet pornography use and sexual motivation: a systematic review and integration
JB Grubbs, PJ Wright, AL Braden, S Kraus, J Wilt
Annals of the International Communication Association 43 (2), 117-155, 2019
Internet pornography use, perceived addiction, and religious/spiritual struggles
JB Grubbs, JJ Exline, KI Pargament, F Volk, MJ Lindberg
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46, 1733-1745, 2017
Sexual addiction 25 years on: A systematic and methodological review of empirical literature and an agenda for future research
JB Grubbs, KC Hoagland, BN Lee, JT Grant, PM Davison, R Reid, ...
Clinical Psychology Review, 2020
Seeing God as cruel or distant: Links with divine struggles involving anger, doubt, and fear of God's disapproval
JJ Exline, JB Grubbs, SJ Homolka
The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 25 (1), 29-41, 2015
Anger, exit, and assertion: Do people see protest toward God as morally acceptable?
JJ Exline, KJ Kaplan, JB Grubbs
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 4 (4), 264, 2012
Declines in American adults’ religious participation and beliefs, 1972-2014
JM Twenge, RA Sherman, JJ Exline, JB Grubbs
Sage Open 6 (1), 2158244016638133, 2016
Surveying pornography use: A shaky science resting on poor measurement foundations
T Kohut, RN Balzarini, WA Fisher, JB Grubbs, L Campbell, N Prause
The Journal of Sex Research 57 (6), 722-742, 2020
Personality, religious and spiritual struggles, and well-being.
JA Wilt, JB Grubbs, JJ Exline, KI Pargament
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 8 (4), 341, 2016
God’s role in suffering: Theodicies, divine struggle, and mental health.
JA Wilt, JJ Exline, JB Grubbs, CL Park, KI Pargament
Psychology of religion and spirituality 8 (4), 352, 2016
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