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Prospective evaluation of self-reported aggression in transgender persons
Background: Although research on the relation between testosterone and aggression in humans is inconclusive, guidelines (including the World Professional Association for Transgender Health Standards of Care, edition 7) ...
Levels of depression in transgender people and its predictors: Results of a large matched control study with transgender people accessing clinical services
BACKGROUNDDepression is a serious disorder which significantly impacts wellbeing and quality of life. Studies exploring mental wellbeing in the transgender population are mostly limited by small, non-homogenous samples and ...
Investigating the outcome of the initial assessment at a national transgender health service: Time to review the process?
Background: Globally, there is a lack of a standardized assessment process prior to the initiation of gender affirming medical interventions and consequently there is a discrepancy in this process among different transgender ...
Transgender and anxiety: A comparative study between transgender people and the general population
Background: Anxiety disorders pose serious public health problems. The data available on anxiety disorders in the transgender population is limited by the small numbers, the lack of a matched controlled population and the ...
SAT-014 No correlation between serum testosterone levels and aggresion or anger intensity in transgender people: Results from five European centres
AIM: Anger is a state of emotions ranging from irritation to intense rage. Aggression is the externalization of anger through destructive/punitive behaviour. The World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH) ...