Gender

  • Is infant empathy linked with later externalizing problems?

    Until recently, it has been assumed that young infants cannot feel empathy for others.1 However, emerging data suggest that this might not actually be the case.2 Now, Yael Paz and colleagues have examined empathy development during the first years of life, analysing data from 165 infants involved in a longitudinal, prospective study.

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    Gender identity is not as simple as ABC(D)

    Alexandra Potter and colleagues in the USA have used data collected as part of the longitudinal Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development (ABCD) US cohort study to examine associations between diverse gender experiences and mental health.

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    Do sex differences affect ASD symptom severity scores?

    Researchers in the USA have investigated whether standard diagnostic assessments for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are biased against girls.

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    Gender Diversity Editorial

    Research Digest on gender diversity in children and young people. 

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  • Gender Diversity

    Research Digests about Gender Diversity, including anxiety risks, self-image and affirmative care.

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  • Helping young people in crisis: gender identity, personality problems, and complex trauma

    Helping young people in crisis: gender identity, personality problems, and complex trauma. The Jack Tizard Memorial Lecture and National Conference returns with a focus on vulnerability and resilience. About the speakers Self-harm in children and adolescents: a major health and social problem of our time Keith is Professor of Psychiatry and Director of the Centre for […]

    Event type
    National Conference
    Location
    London
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    The Bridge – Gender Issue

    Blogs about gender from the April 2018 edition of The Bridge, ACAMH’s journal of secondary publication.

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