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Evidence for an altered sex ratio in clinic-referred adolescents with gender dysphoria.
Sociological and sociocultural explanations are offered to account for this recent inversion in the sex ratio of adolescents with gender dysphoria. Expand
Poor peer relations predict parent- and self-reported behavioral and emotional problems of adolescents with gender dysphoria: a cross-national, cross-clinic comparative analysis
A measure of poor peer relations was the strongest predictor of CBCL and YSR behavioral and emotional problems in gender dysphoric adolescents. Expand
Male Sexual Orientation in Independent Samoa: Evidence for Fraternal Birth Order and Maternal Fecundity Effects
This study employed a larger, independent replication sample of fa’afafine and gynephilic males from Independent Samoa to suggest that fraternal birth order and maternal fecundity effects both exist in Samoa. Expand
Self-Harm and Suicidality in Children Referred for Gender Dysphoria.
Clinicians should routinely screen for the presence of suicidal ideation and behavior in children with gender dysphoria, particularly during the second half of childhood. Expand
Behavioral and Emotional Problems on the Teacher’s Report Form: A Cross-National, Cross-Clinic Comparative Analysis of Gender Dysphoric Children and Adolescents
This first cross-national investigation that assessed behavior and emotional problems and the quality of peer relations, both measured by the Teacher’s Report Form (TRF), in a sample of gender dysphoric patients, showed the same pattern of emotional and behavioral problems in both countries. Expand
Targets and Tactics of Play Fighting: Competitive versus Cooperative Styles of Play in Japanese and Tonkean Macaques
Macaques are the most geographically widespread and behaviorally diverse primate genus, and although macaque species share the same, basic social structure, they display broad inter specificvariationExpand
Birth order and male androphilia in Samoan fa'afafine
Results indicate that relative to gynephilic males, fa'afafine tend to have more siblings and are generally later born when birth order is quantified using Slater, fraternal and sororal indices. Expand
Mate Retention Behavior of Men and Women in Heterosexual and Homosexual Relationships
Examining one aspect of mating psychology, mate retention behavior, and testing whether homosexual men and women were sex-typical or sex-atypical for those mate retention tactics where heterosexual men and men differed, indicates that, aside from sexual partner preference, the mating psychology of homosexual men is sex-Typical whereas that of homosexual women tends to be more sex- atypical. Expand
Kin selection and male androphilia in Samoan fa'afafine
Abstract The Kin Selection Hypothesis for male androphilia posits that genes for male androphilia can be maintained in the population if the fitness costs of not reproducing directly are offset byExpand
Do Children With Gender Dysphoria Have Intense/Obsessional Interests?
The findings for Item 9 support the idea that children with GD show an elevation in obsessional interests, and may be one of the factors underlying the purported link between GD and ASD. Expand