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The Affinity system

Brief Presentation

Affinity is a computer-based assessment of sexual interest that it combines self-report measures with an unobtrusive viewing time (VT) validity scale. The purpose of this system is to enable an easy assessment of sexual interest in individuals of different ages and verify or deny the authenticity of the preference profile by an unobtrusive measure. This work aims to describe the Affinity system and to highlight its property, simplicity and potential. 


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The affinity system



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