Previous research has shown a relationship exists between autism and gender dysphoria, with autistic people scoring higher for gender dysphoria than non-autistic people.

This study is investigating if these findings are exclusive to autism, or if other mental health conditions score highly for features of gender dysphoria. Participants will be required to provide demographic information (gender, age, if they have any mental health diagnoses) and three questionnaires.

These questionnaires measure autistic traits, symptoms of OCD and features of gender dysphoria. Scores for gender dysphoria will be compared between different mental health diagnostic groups to investigate if there are statistically significant differences in gender dysphoria scores between diagnostic groups.

The study can be completed on mobile phones or computers and will take roughly 12 minutes to complete.

Participation is anonymous and participants can withdraw themselves at any time.

Information Sheet

Letter of Ethical Approval