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Year Number of Results
1945 8
1946 12
1947 13
1948 10
1949 3
1950 6
1951 5
1952 2
1953 4
1954 2
1957 8
1958 6
1959 9
1960 4
1961 6
1962 6
1963 7
1964 10
1965 4
1966 1
1967 59
1968 145
1969 135
1970 131
1971 162
1972 143
1973 100
1974 156
1975 213
1976 309
1977 252
1978 267
1979 237
1980 245
1981 261
1982 332
1983 302
1984 378
1985 405
1986 436
1987 460
1988 412
1989 546
1990 533
1991 508
1992 494
1993 635
1994 585
1995 577
1996 433
1997 364
1998 381
1999 475
2000 404
2001 607
2002 452
2003 418
2004 517
2005 420
2006 477
2007 505
2008 595
2009 647
2010 779
2011 761
2012 730
2013 639
2014 768
2015 893
2016 860
2017 884
2018 836
2019 404
2020 13
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Disillusioning Gender
Schiller BM. J Am Psychoanal Assoc 2018. PMID 29708422
[Sex, gender, ethics]
Lambert K. Med Sci (Paris) 2019. PMID 31274089 French.
Gender Identity in Autism: Sex Differences in Social Affiliation with Gender Groups
Cooper K, et al. J Autism Dev Disord 2018. PMID 29705922 Free PMC article.
We found that autistic people had lower gender identification and gender self-esteem than controls, and autistic natal females had lower gender identification than autistic natal males and natal female controls. In conclusion, autistic people, particularly natal females, had lower social identification with and more negative feelings about a gender group....
We found that autistic people had lower gender identification and gender self-esteem than controls, and autistic natal females had lo …
The evolution of gender
Ristvedt SL. JAMA Psychiatry 2014. PMID 24227264
Dehumanizing Gender: The Debiasing Effects of Gendering Human-Abstracted Entities
Martin AE and Slepian ML. Pers Soc Psychol Bull 2018. PMID 29804501
Five studies demonstrate that gendering human-abstracted entities highlights how divorced psychological notions of gender are from biological sex, thereby decreasing gender stereotyping and penalties toward stereotype violators, through reducing essentialist views of gender. ...
Five studies demonstrate that gendering human-abstracted entities highlights how divorced psychological notions of gender are from bi …
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