Published on in Vol 22 , No 7 (2020) :July

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/18551, first published .
Design, Use, and Effects of Sex Dolls and Sex Robots: Scoping Review

Design, Use, and Effects of Sex Dolls and Sex Robots: Scoping Review

Design, Use, and Effects of Sex Dolls and Sex Robots: Scoping Review

Journals

  1. Dubé S, Anctil D. Foundations of Erobotics. International Journal of Social Robotics 2020 View
  2. Oleksy T, Wnuk A. Do women perceive sex robots as threatening? The role of political views and presenting the robot as a female-vs male-friendly product. Computers in Human Behavior 2021;117:106664 View
  3. Prescott T, Robillard J. Are friends electric? The benefits and risks of human-robot relationships. iScience 2021;24(1):101993 View
  4. Björkas R, Larsson M. Sex Dolls in the Swedish Media Discourse: Intimacy, Sexuality, and Technology. Sexuality & Culture 2021;25(4):1227 View
  5. Aoki B, Kimura T. Sexuality and Affection in the Time of Technological Innovation: Artificial Partners in the Japanese Context. Religions 2021;12(5):296 View
  6. Dewitte M, Reisman Y. Clinical use and implications of sexual devices and sexually explicit media. Nature Reviews Urology 2021;18(6):359 View
  7. Zara G, Veggi S, Farrington D. Sexbots as Synthetic Companions: Comparing Attitudes of Official Sex Offenders and Non-Offenders. International Journal of Social Robotics 2021 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Döring N. Encyclopedia of Sexuality and Gender. View
  2. Döring N. Encyclopedia of Sexuality and Gender. View
  3. Döring N. Maschinenliebe. View
  4. Rousi R. Culture and Computing. Design Thinking and Cultural Computing. View
  5. Jacobs A, Jewell C, Elprama S. Human-Computer Interaction. Interaction Techniques and Novel Applications. View
  6. Dubé S, Anctil D. Encyclopedia of Sexuality and Gender. View