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Studies on Desistence and Persistence
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YearAuthorSex
Sample Size
T0, Mean (Range)
Length T0-T1, Mean (Range)
T1, Mean (Range)
Des.MDes. F
Des. Mixed
Sexual Orient. of Des. by Fantasy
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1972LebovitzMales16Adulthood81.25%62%3 transsexuals, 1 transvestite
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1978ZugerMales16142293.75%1 transsexual, 1 transvestite
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1979Money & RussoMales9(8-10)15-22 years100%Less is known about 4 than the others. P39
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1986DavenportMales89 (5-14)11.1 (8-13)15-27 years87.75
Total group was 10, but two boys had uncertain results. 8 of 10 expressed that they wished to be a girl or that they were girls and met DSM-III criteria
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1987KoskyMales8
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1987GreenMales447 (4-12)approx 12 years18.9 (14-24)97.70%80%Study had a control group
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1995Zucker & BradleyMixed458.3 (3.1-14.3)8.4 (2.8-14.9)
16.7 (13.1-23.5)
80.00%24%Only 6 of 9 persisters desired SRS
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2008
Wallien & Cohen-Kettenis
Mixed778.4 (5-12)10.3 years19.1 (16-28)80%50%73%54%
23 participants couldn't be traced and due to Amsterdam being the only clinic in the country, were included in the desistence group. 63.8% who met full DSM III GID diagnosis as children desisted (as evaluated under DSM-IV or DSM-IV-TR).
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2008Drummond
Females
258.88 (3-12)approx 12 years23 (15-36)88% 40%
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2012SinghMales1397.49 (3-13)12.88 years20.58 (13-39)87.80% 61%drops to 86.4% for full GID diagnosis
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2013Steensma TotalMixed127
8.7-9.83 (6-12)
(5.84-7.78)
15.92-16.32 (15-19)
71%50%63%51%any social transition was only 35%
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Steensma No Soc-Trans
Mixed127
8.7-9.83 (6-12)
(5.84-7.78)
15.92-16.32 (15-19)
96%54%74%
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