Handedness in boys with gender identity disorder.

@article{Zucker2001HandednessIB,
  title={Handedness in boys with gender identity disorder.},
  author={Kenneth J Zucker and Nancy Dean Beaulieu and Susan J. Bradley and Gina M. Grimshaw and Allen R. Wilcox},
  journal={Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines},
  year={2001},
  volume={42 6},
  pages={
          767-76
        }
}
Handedness preference was assessed in 205 boys with gender identity disorder and 205 clinical control boys referred for other reasons. Boys with gender identity disorder were significantly more likely to be left-handed than the clinical control boys (19.5% vs. 8.3%, respectively). The boys with gender identity disorder, but not the clinical control boys, also had a significantly higher rate of left-handedness compared to three independent, general population studies of nonreferred boys (11.8… CONTINUE READING

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