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    Gender Identity Disorder  Gender Identity Disorder 
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Diagnostic Criteria Diagnostic Criteria     1. Strong and persistent cross-gender identification 1. Strong and persistent cross-gender identification - desire to be or belief that one is the opposite sex - desire to be or belief that one is the opposite sex - preference for cross-gender clothing, activities - preference for cross-gender clothing, activities         playmates, and roles in play playmates, and roles in play     2. Persistent discomfort with one’s own sex 2. Persistent discomfort with one’s own sex - aversion to own genitalia, sex-typed behavior, - aversion to own genitalia, sex-typed behavior,         activities, or clothing. activities, or clothing. 3. Significant distress or impairment. 3. Significant distress or impairment.
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Prevalence Prevalence     1. Cross-gender behavior in children: - 3-6% boys - 10-12 % girls 2. Gender Identity Disorder - 1 in 24,000 men - 1 in 103,000 women 
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2011 for the course PSYCH 3140 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Georgia State.

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