Similarity in transgender and cisgender children's gender development

Selin Gülgöz
Selin Gülgöz
Jessica J Glazier
Jessica J Glazier
Elizabeth A Enright
Elizabeth A Enright
Daniel J Alonso
Daniel J Alonso
Lily J Durwood
Lily J Durwood
Anne A Fast
Anne A Fast
Riley Lowe
Riley Lowe
Chonghui Ji
Chonghui Ji
Jeffrey Heer
Jeffrey Heer
Carol Lynn Martin
Carol Lynn Martin

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, pp. 2019093672019.

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Abstract:

Gender is one of the central categories organizing children's social world. Clear patterns of gender development have been well-documented among cisgender children (i.e., children who identify as a gender that is typically associated with their sex assigned at birth). We present a comprehensive study of gender development (e.g., gender id...More

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