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Changes of EEG Activity on Multi-Sensory Therapy for Sexual Offender
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Changes of EEG Activity on Multi-Sensory Therapy for Sexual Offender
Lee, D.H.; Kim, J.E.; Song, C.B.; Lee, H.J.; Song, W.Y.; Lee, T.J.; Lee, S.H.; Tae, Ki-Sik;
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 Abstract
Sexual addiction is accompanied with anxiety, psychological and physical dependence. Also, sexual addict want to make their presence through sexual adventures and seem sexually obsessed. In this study, we examined the changes of brain activity related to sexual addiction by utilizing the developed multi-sensory therapy after 4-weeks sex offender treatment program. We analyzed the electroencephalogram (EEG) activity changes in the subjects and regions of brain. As a result, the theta wave significantly increased after treatment than before (p < 0.001). The absolute alpha wave was increased whereas the relative alpha waves were decrease significantly (p < 0.001). The results could conclude that multi-sensory therapy on sex offender shows more stable status against sexual stimulations. Moreover, the reduction of the relative alpha waves in parietal lobe of sex offender is correlated to the less attention on sexual stimulations. The multi-sensory therapy not only provides a neurobiological explanation, but also can be used for clinical implications, i.e. prevention and treatments, for sex addiction.
 Keywords
Sexual addiction;Sex offender;Multi-sensory therapy;Electroencephalogram (EEG);Brain activity;
 Language
Korean
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