Joshua B. Grubbs
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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
345*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 (1), 125-136, 2015
2062015
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
1772015
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
1362010
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
1302015
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
1262015
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 (2), 397-415, 2019
1102019
Moral incongruence and pornography use: A critical review and integration
JB Grubbs, SL Perry
The Journal of Sex Research 56 (1), 29-37, 2019
862019
Internet pornography use, perceived addiction, and religious/spiritual struggles
JB Grubbs, JJ Exline, KI Pargament, F Volk, MJ Lindberg
Archives of Sexual Behavior 46 (6), 1733-1745, 2017
782017
Trait entitlement: A cognitive-personality source of vulnerability to psychological distress.
JB Grubbs, JJ Exline
Psychological Bulletin 142 (11), 1204, 2016
762016
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
72*2012
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
702015
I deserve better and god knows it! Psychological entitlement as a robust predictor of anger at God.
JB Grubbs, JJ Exline, WK Campbell
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 5 (3), 192, 2013
64*2013
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
592019
Associations of perceived addiction to internet pornography with religious/spiritual and psychological functioning
JA Wilt, EB Cooper, JB Grubbs, JJ Exline, KI Pargament
Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity 23 (2-3), 260-278, 2016
572016
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
562016
Declines in American adults’ religious participation and beliefs, 1972-2014
JM Twenge, RA Sherman, JJ Exline, JB Grubbs
Sage Open 6 (1), 2158244016638133, 2016
562016
Moral disapproval and perceived addiction to internet pornography: A longitudinal examination
JB Grubbs, JA Wilt, JJ Exline, KI Pargament, SW Kraus
Addiction 113 (3), 496-506, 2018
542018
Perceived addiction to internet pornography among religious believers and nonbelievers
DF Bradley, JB Grubbs, A Uzdavines, JJ Exline, KI Pargament
Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity 23 (2-3), 225-243, 2016
492016
“If I tell others about my anger toward God, how will they respond?” Predictors, associated behaviors, and outcomes in an adult sample
JJ Exline, JB Grubbs
Journal of Psychology and Theology 39 (4), 304-315, 2011
482011
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