Christopher Floyd is a first year doctoral student in the SPARTA research group. His research is primarily concerned with excessive, dysregulated, addictive, or out-of-control behaviors, with a particular emphasis on gambling and compulsive sexual behavior.
Floyd, C. G., Landa, S., Saunders, M. A., & Volk, F. (2020). The moderating influence of moral disapproval of pornography on couples’ sexual and relationship satisfaction. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 46(7), 660-682.
Floyd, C. G., Volk, F., Flory, D., Harden, K., Peters, C. E., & Taylor, A. (2022). Sexual Shame as a Unique Distress Outcome of Morally Incongruent Pornography Use: Modifications and Methodological Considerations. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 51(2), 1293-1311.
Volk, F., Floyd, C. G., Bohannon, K. E., Cole, S. M., McNichol, K. M., Schott, E. A., & Williams, Z. D. (2019). The moderating role of the tendency to blame others in the development of perceived addiction, shame, and depression in pornography users. Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity, 26(3-4), 239-261. Chicago
Guidry, R., Floyd, C. G., Volk, F., & Moen, C. E. (2020). The exacerbating impact of moral disapproval on the relationship between pornography use and depression, anxiety, and relationship satisfaction. Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy, 46(2), 103-121.