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Cross-Gender-Identified Children

  • Kenneth J. Zucker
Part of the Perspectives in Sexuality book series (PISE)

Abstract

It may come as a surprise to some that this well-known retrospective researcher was sensitive to the method’s limitations. Despite their shortcomings, retrospective methods have made important contributions to the domains of developmental psychology and psychopathology. Their widespread use may be largely attributable to the acceptance by most students of development of the view that early experiences affect later behavior. Retrospective methods, for better or for worse, have played a major role in appraising the idea of continuity in development.

Keywords

Gender Identity Gender Identity Disorder Psychiatric Control Feminine Behavior Doll Play 
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