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Brief Report: Autistic Features in Children and Adolescents with Gender Dysphoria
- Elin M. Skagerberg, D. di Ceglie, Polly Carmichael
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of autism and developmental disorders
- 15 March 2015
This paper looks at the association between gender dysphoria (GD), scores on the Social Responsiveness Scale (SRS), and reported diagnoses of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Parents of 166 young…
Psychological Support, Puberty Suppression, and Psychosocial Functioning in Adolescents with Gender Dysphoria.
- Rosalia Costa, Michael Dunsford, Elin M. Skagerberg, Victoria K. Holt, Polly Carmichael, M. Colizzi
- Psychology, MedicineThe journal of sexual medicine
Psychological support and puberty suppression were both associated with an improved global psychosocial functioning in GD adolescents, and both these interventions may be considered effective in the clinical management of psychossocial functioning difficulties inGD adolescents.
The prevalence of co-witnesses and co-witness discussions in real eyewitnesses
Abstract Several laboratory studies have shown that eyewitness discussions can negatively affect memory recall. The current study looked at the prevalence of multiple witnesses using real witnesses…
Young people with features of gender dysphoria: Demographics and associated difficulties
- V. Holt, Elin M. Skagerberg, Michael Dunsford
- PsychologyClinical child psychology and psychiatry
- 1 January 2016
In conclusion, young people with gender dysphoria often present with a wide range of associated difficulties which clinicians need to take into account, and the article highlights the often complex presentations of these young people.
Susceptibility to postidentification feedback is affected by source credibility
How much a person is affected by postidentification feedback is dependent on the credibility of the person giving the feedback. Seven hundred and ninety participants across three experiments viewed a…
Co-witness feedback in line-ups
- Elin M. Skagerberg
- 1 May 2007
The aim of the current study was to establish whether feedback from a co-witness concerning their choice of suspect could influence an individual witness' certainty and other testimony-relevant…
When Eyewitnesses Talk
When two people witness an event, they often discuss it. Because memory is not perfect, sometimes this discussion includes errors. One person's errors can become part of another person's account, and…
Self-Harming Thoughts and Behaviors in a Group of Children and Adolescents with Gender Dysphoria
ABSTRACT This article presents the findings from an audit on self-harm in 125 children and adolescents referred to the Gender Identity Development Service in London. Data concerning self-harming…
Social recognition memory: the effect of other people's responses for previously seen and unseen items.
- D. Wright, S. Mathews, Elin M. Skagerberg
- PsychologyJournal of experimental psychology. Applied
- 31 August 2005
Results indicate that people rely more on other people's memories for unremembered objects than for remembered objects.
Postidentification Feedback Affects Real Eyewitnesses
The results show that postidentification feedback affects real eyewitnesses and highlight the importance of recording meta-memory variables before an eyewitness discovers whether he or she has identified the suspect.