Children's Expert Covers Understanding Gender Identity with National Geographic
January 01, 2017
John Strang, Psy.D., Center for Neuroscience and Behavioral Medicine, shared that children and adolescents on the autism spectrum are seven times more likely than other young people to be gender nonconforming. And, conversely, children and adolescents at gender clinics are six to 15 times more likely than other young people to have ASD.
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