Croatia Needs a Gender Incongruence Diagnosis for Prepubertal Children

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Jokić-Begić, N., Altabas, V., Antičević, V. et al. Croatia Needs a Gender Incongruence Diagnosis for Prepubertal Children. Arch Sex Behav 46, 2507–2508 (2017). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10508-016-0906-0

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Keywords

  • Gender Incongruence (GI)
  • Gender-variant Children
  • Arbanas
  • Medical Health Providers
  • Explore Gender Identity