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  • Publications

    Publications that contribute to the advancement of a comprehensive understanding of gender dysphoria will be listed here. Links to the full articles will be provided when possible.


    D’Angelo, R*., Syrulnik, E., Ayad, S., Marchiano, L, Kenny DT, Clarke, P. One Size Does Not Fit All: In Support of Psychotherapy for Gender DysphoriaArch Sex Behav (2020).  Read it here

    Butler, C., & Hutchinson, A. (2020). Debate: The pressing need for research and services for gender desisters/detransitioners. Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 25(1), 45–47. Read it here

    D’Angelo R. The complexity of childhood gender dysphoria. Australasian Psychiatry. 2020;28(5):530-532. doi:10.1177/1039856220917076

    Littman, L. (2020). The Use of Methodologies in Littman (2018) Is Consistent with the Use of Methodologies in Other Studies Contributing to the Field of Gender Dysphoria Research: Response to Restar (2019). Arch Sex Behav, 49, 67-77. Read it here

    Churcher Clarke, A., & Spiliadis, A. (2019). ‘Taking the lid off the box’: The value of extended clinical assessment for adolescents presenting with gender identity difficulties. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry,24, 338–352. Read it here

    Spiliadis, A. (2019) Towards a gender exploratory model: Slowing things down, opening things up and exploring identity development. Metalogos (35). ISSN 2241-6773 Read it here

    Hutchinson, A., Midgen, M., & Spiliadis, A. (2019). In support of research into rapid-onset gender dysphoria [Letter to the Editor]. Archives of Sexual Behavior. Read it here

    Littman L (2018) Parent reports of adolescents and young adults perceived to show signs of a rapid onset of gender dysphoria. PLoS ONE 13(8): e0202330. journal.pone.0202330 Read it here

    Lisa Marchiano (2017) Outbreak: On Transgender Teens and Psychic Epidemics, Psychological Perspectives, 60:3, 345-366, DOI: 10.1080/00332925.2017.1350804 Read it here

    *The names of the Institute for Comprehensive Gender Dysphoria directors will appear in bold.

    **Please note: None of the publications or content on this website are intended as substitutes for medical or mental health evaluation or treatment.