Evaluating Relationship between Sexuality and Mental Health with the help of Computers
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Sexual dysfunction induces distress, strongly affects all aspects of life, and results in poor mental health.Preliminary research studies have provided some evidence on the relationship between sexuality and mental health. Nevertheless, a number of research issues are hindering effective progress in this research arena. Computer-based technologies could be applied to address the existing research issues and obtain new knowledge in the field. Applying advanced computerbased techniques such as data mining to analyze the collected data will help gain valuable knowledge. Such knowledge could be used in development of better sexual education programs, better counseling approaches and better therapies.
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