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  • Journal

    Abuladze, N. and Martskvishvili, K.

    NO WORDS FOR EMOTIONS: EMOTIONAL CREATIVITY AND ALEXITHYMIA IN ART

    2016 - Problems of Psychology in the 21st Century

    In-text: (Abuladze and Martskvishvili, 2016)

    Your Bibliography: Abuladze, N. and Martskvishvili, K., 2016. NO WORDS FOR EMOTIONS: EMOTIONAL CREATIVITY AND ALEXITHYMIA IN ART. Problems of Psychology in the 21st Century, 10(2), pp.62-68.

  • Journal

    Botella, M., Zenasni, F. and Lubart, T.

    Alexithymia and Affect Intensity of Fine Artists [abstract]

    2013 - The Journal of Creative Behavior

    In-text: (Botella, Zenasni and Lubart, 2013)

    Your Bibliography: Botella, M., Zenasni, F. and Lubart, T., 2013. Alexithymia and Affect Intensity of Fine Artists [abstract]. The Journal of Creative Behavior, 49(1), pp.1-12.

  • Book

    Dale., L. K.

    Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman

    2019 - Jessica Kingsley Publishers - London

    If you're trans, but also live with autism you're likely already a target of bullying, and parental/adult advice that rejecting gendered norms will result in increased harassment is taken very much to heart.

    In-text: (Dale., 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Dale., L., 2019. Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, p.36.

  • Book

    Dale., L. K.

    Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman

    2019 - Jessica Kingsley Publishers - London

    It doesn't grab my head and shout, loud and frantic, repeating like a broken record, demanding to be fed, demanding to be allowed to show itself to the world. My gender identity is private and personal. It's calm, quiet and innate.

    In-text: (Dale., 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Dale., L., 2019. Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, p.38.

  • Book

    Dale., L. K.

    Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman

    2019 - Jessica Kingsley Publishers - London

    All I want to do the whole time I am wearing makeup is wipe it off, wash it off, retouch it, perfect it, get it off, touch it to assure myself things are okay, not touch it to not get fixated on it and generally think far too much about the abnormal feeling that's clinging to my face skin.

    In-text: (Dale., 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Dale., L., 2019. Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, p.109.

  • Book

    Dale., L. K.

    Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman

    2019 - Jessica Kingsley Publishers - London

    One of the best discoveries I made ... was the prevalence in recent years of cheaply available female-coded stimming jewellery ... accessorise my outfit with a stimming ring, which helps feminine code me while allowing me something to sit and fiddle with if I am getting overwhelmed by the rest of my outfit.

    In-text: (Dale., 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Dale., L., 2019. Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, pp.116-117.

  • Book

    Dale., L. K.

    Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman

    2019 - Jessica Kingsley Publishers - London

    learning to survive autism symptoms was performative. ... well, that's what I was also doing with regards to gendered presentation prior to transition.

    In-text: (Dale., 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Dale., L., 2019. Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, p.123.

  • Book

    Dale., L. K.

    Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman

    2019 - Jessica Kingsley Publishers - London

    For me and many other LGBT individuals with autism, the internet has been a socialising goldmine, filling the gap left by our inability to engage with other LGBT spaces.

    In-text: (Dale., 2019)

    Your Bibliography: Dale., L., 2019. Uncomfortable Labels: My Life As a Gay Autistic Trans Woman. London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, p.147.

  • Website

    Harley, B.

    Children who believe they are transgender 'could have autism', says controversial expert

    2022

    In-text: (Harley, 2022)

    Your Bibliography: Harley, B., 2022. Children who believe they are transgender 'could have autism', says controversial expert. [online] The Telegraph. Available at: <https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/01/12/children-believe-transgender-could-have-autism-says-controversial/> [Accessed 1 January 2022].

  • Website

    Saleh, N.

    Learn How Tying Gender Dysphoria to Autism Might Be Discriminatory

    2021

    In-text: (Saleh, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Saleh, N., 2021. Learn How Tying Gender Dysphoria to Autism Might Be Discriminatory. [online] Verywell Health. Available at: <https://www.verywellhealth.com/gender-dysphoria-and-autism-4134405> [Accessed 1 January 2022].

  • Website

    The truth about trans

    2021

    In-text: (The truth about trans, 2021)

    Your Bibliography: Stonewall. 2021. The truth about trans. [online] Available at: <https://www.stonewall.org.uk/truth-about-trans#trans-people-britain> [Accessed 21 December 2021].

  • Website

    Autism spectrum disorder

    2020

    In-text: (Autism spectrum disorder, 2020)

    Your Bibliography: The British Medical Association is the trade union and professional body for doctors in the UK. 2020. Autism spectrum disorder. [online] Available at: <https://www.bma.org.uk/what-we-do/population-health/improving-the-health-of-specific-groups/autism-spectrum-disorder> [Accessed 20 December 2021].

  • Website

    Trend, T.

    Stonewall turns its attention to children with SEND and autism - our full report on Stonewall schools guidance since 2015 - Transgender Trend

    2022

    Anyone who knows autistic girls will know that they are the most vulnerable to this message and the most susceptible to believing it.

    In-text: (Trend, 2022)

    Your Bibliography: Trend, T., 2022. Stonewall turns its attention to children with SEND and autism - our full report on Stonewall schools guidance since 2015 - Transgender Trend. [online] Transgender Trend. Available at: <https://www.transgendertrend.com/stonewall-autism-stonewall-schools-guidance/> [Accessed 1 January 2022].

  • Website

    Vrangalova, Z.

    There's Growing Evidence For A Link Between Gender Dysphoria And Autism Spectrum Disorders

    2022

    The potential link between ASD and gender dysphoria was noted by researchers as early as 1981, when they noticed that 10% of 30 children with a clinical diagnosis of autism had trouble answering a gender identity question (“Are you a little boy or a little girl?”) that fewer than 1% of neurotypical children of the same age struggle with.

    In-text: (Vrangalova, 2022)

    Your Bibliography: Vrangalova, Z., 2022. There's Growing Evidence For A Link Between Gender Dysphoria And Autism Spectrum Disorders. [online] Forbes. Available at: <https://www.forbes.com/sites/zhanavrangalova/2017/11/15/growing-evidence-for-a-link-between-gender-dysphoria-and-autism-spectrum-disorders/?sh=62275669153e> [Accessed 21 December 2021].

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