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Transgender youth who have socially transitioned fare as well psychologically as their cisgender peers, study suggests


https://www.psypost.org/2021/08/transgender-youth-who-have-socially-transitioned-fare-as-well-psychologically-as-their-cisgender-peers-study-suggests-61752


PsyPost by Beth Ellwood on August 25, 2021

According to new research published in JAMA Network Open, socially transitioned transgender youth experience similar levels of anxiety and depression to their siblings or same-age peers.

The term transgender refers to people whose gender identity does not match the sex/gender they were assigned at birth. A number of psychology studies have shed light on the mental health challenges faced by transgender youth. These studies have uncovered rates of anxiety and depression among transgender children that exceed those of their cisgender peers. Cisgender is a term that describes individuals whose gender identity is aligned with their assigned sex/gender.
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