Ivanka Savic-Berglund

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Positron emission tomographic (PET) scanning can be used to assess the cortical processing of responses to different odorants in man. The olfactory bulb receives the first projections on an ipsilateral basis from the nose, but then the cortex and the limbic system respond bilaterally. More irritating, burning odors (e.g., acetone) project via the trigeminal(More)
Transgender individuals experience incongruence between their gender identity and birth-assigned sex. The resulting gender dysphoria (GD), which some gender-incongruent individuals experience, is theorized to be a consequence of atypical cerebral sexual differentiation, but support for this assertion is inconsistent. We recently found that GD is associated(More)
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