A new toolbox for pornography reduction
Our research on strategies that can be used to reduce internet use has recently been published in the journal Computers in Human Behaviour. This research identified people use a whole range of strategies to change or limit their internet use from avoiding it altogether or impulse control through to self-monitoring and maintaining readiness to change. They use these strategies to reduce their use of internet gaming as well as internet pornography.
We have packaged these strategies into a great new tool that is now available for anyone concerned about their consumption of internet gaming or internet pornography. The program is completely private and confidential and designed to support you in your choices.
You set your reduction goal and we help you achieve it.
Take the quiz
Check out your current level of consumption. Take our quick quiz.
Get free tools
We will provide you with the latest resources and tools to support your goals.
This study is now fully subscribed and has a wait list. Please send us an email if you are interested in participating.
Approved by the University of Auckland Human Participants Ethics Committee on 21 March 2019 for three years. Reference Number 022614.