Gender- Gender Dysphoria

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1. Support--> 70 boys with gender dysphoria, none of which had evidence of biological causes such as altered hormone levels, instead common factor was a lack of stereotypical male model

  • Ehrhardt and Money
  • Walster
  • Rekers
  • Yalom
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2. Support Study--> Study of mothers who took synthetic hormones during pregnancy to prevent uterine bleeding found girls were more tomboyish

  • Mead
  • Yalom et al.
  • Ehrhardt and Money
  • Rekers

3. Define the following explanation of gender dysphoria: 'Prenatal hormone levels may be affected by genetic conditions which can lead to a mismatch between hormones and biological sex.'

  • Biological Explanation
  • Biosocial Approach
  • Psychosocial Approach

4. Gender Dysphoria is...

  • Experience of being uncomfortable with the gender assigned to an individual at birth
  • Not knowing your gender
  • Being born half male and half female

5. How many people in Britain seek medical help for gender dysphoria?

  • 1 in 65
  • 1 in 250
  • 1 in 4000
  • 1 in 10,000


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