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Child, Family, and Community Transformations: Findings from Interviews with Mothers of Transgender Girls
The present study represents findings from interviews with five mothers, each of whom had a transgender child. All of the transgender children were natal/biological males between the ages of 8 and 11…
Queering "the family"
Social skills and behavior problems of urban, African American preschoolers: role of parenting practices, family conflict, and maternal depression.
- S. Koblinsky, Katherine A. Kuvalanka, S. Randolph
- PsychologyAmerican Journal of Orthopsychiatry
- 1 October 2006
Results of regression analyses revealed that mothers who utilized more positive parenting practices and engaged in more family routines had children who displayed higher levels of total prosocial skills.
Health Care Experiences of Transgender Binary and Nonbinary University Students
- A. Goldberg, Katherine A. Kuvalanka, Stephanie L. Budge, Madeline B Benz, JuliAnna Z. Smith
- Psychology, MedicineCounseling Psychologist
- 8 March 2019
This mixed-methods study of 506 transgender undergraduate and graduate students aimed to understand participants’ mental health and health care experiences, and factors related to misgendering and less affirming treatment by providers.
“Second Generation” Voices: Queer Youth with Lesbian/Bisexual Mothers
- Katherine A. Kuvalanka, A. Goldberg
- Sociology, PsychologyJournal of Youth and Adolescence
- 1 August 2009
Findings suggest that LGBTQ parents may have a uniquely positive influence on their LGBTQ children in regard to their sexual and gender identity development.
Transfamily Theory: How the Presence of Trans* Family Members Informs Gender Development in Families
The presence of a trans* family member can challenge existing theoretical notions about the development of gender in families. Emerging knowledge about trans* identities consolidates around 5 primary…
Trans and Gender-Nonconforming Children and Their Caregivers: Gender Presentations, Peer Relations, and Well-Being at Baseline
- Katherine A. Kuvalanka, J. Weiner, Cat Munroe, A. Goldberg, M. Gardner
- PsychologyJournal of family psychology
- 1 October 2017
Children in the CGI group had fewer internalizing and total problems than children in the non-CGI group, and the degree of gender conformity, caregiver’s level of anxiety, and child’'s peer relations were correlated with children's well-being.
Navigating identity development and community belonging when “there are only two boxes to check”: An exploratory study of nonbinary trans college students
ABSTRACT Within the small research literature on transgender college students, little work has focused on nonbinary trans students. Findings from focus groups with seven nonbinary trans students…
Marriage (In)equality: The Perspectives of Adolescents and Emerging Adults With Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Parents
The debate over whether same-sex couples should be allowed to enter into civil marriages continues in the United States. Forty-nine adolescents and emerging adults (ages 14 – 29) with lesbian, gay,…
Transgender Graduate Students’ Experiences in Higher Education: A Mixed-Methods Exploratory Study
- Abbie E. Goldberg, Katherine A. Kuvalanka, Lore M Dickey
- EducationJournal of Diversity in Higher Education
- 1 March 2019
Little research has explored the experiences of transgender or gender-nonconforming (TGNC) students in higher education. Further, only 1 study has included the perspectives of TGNC graduate students…