Interim report of the DSM-IV Subcommittee on Gender Identity Disorders

@article{Bradley1991InterimRO,
  title={Interim report of the DSM-IV Subcommittee on Gender Identity Disorders},
  author={S. Bradley and R. Blanchard and S. Coates and R. Green and S. Levine and H. Meyer-Bahlburg and I. Pauly and K. Zucker},
  journal={Archives of Sexual Behavior},
  year={1991},
  volume={20},
  pages={333-343}
}
This article summarizes the discussions and recommendations of the DSM-IV Subcommittee on Gender Identity Disorders, a subcommittee of the Child Psychiatry Work Group, regarding diagnostic issues. The issues reviewed include placement in the nomenclature, the concept of a spectrum of gender dysphoria rather than discrete levels of symptomatology, criticisms of current diagnostic criteria, subtyping by sexual orientation, and proposed changes in diagnostic criteria for the current DSM-III-R… Expand
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