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    Marchiano, L. Journal of Analytical Psychology. 2021; 66(4): 813-832.

    Individuals treated for gender dysphoria with medical and/or surgical transition who subsequently detransitioned: A survey of 100 detransitioners.
    Littman L. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 2021; online first.

    One size does not fit all: In support of psychotherapy for gender dysphoria.
    D’Angelo R, Syrulnik E, Ayad S, Marchiano L, Kenny DT, Clarke P. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 2021; 50:7-16.

    Debate: The pressing need for research and services for gender desisters/detransitioners.
    Butler C & Hutchinson A. Child and Adolescent Mental Health. 2020; 25:45–47.

    The complexity of childhood gender dysphoria.
    D’Angelo R. Australasian Psychiatry. 2020; 28:530-532.

    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).
    Littman L. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 2020; 49:67-77.

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

    Towards a gender exploratory model: Slowing things down, opening things up and exploring identity development.
    Spiliadis A. Metalogos. 2019; 35:1-9.

    In support of research into rapid-onset gender dysphoria.
    Hutchinson A, Midgen M & Spiliadis A. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 2020; 49:79-80.

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

    Outbreak: On transgender teens and psychic epidemics.
    Marchiano L. Psychological Perspectives. 2017; 60:345-366.

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