Networks of the brain reflect the individual gender identity

More brain evidence. This is added to the “One Stop Trans Brain Research List” I have going.

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Networks of the brain reflect the individual gender identity

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Our sense of belonging to the male or female gender is an inherent component of the human identity perception. As a general rule, gender identity and physical sex coincide. If this is not the case, one refers to trans-identity or transsexuality. In a current study, brain researchers were able to demonstrate that the very personal gender identity of every human being is reflected and verifiable in the cross-links between brain regions.


While the biological gender is usually manifested in the physical appearance, the individual gender identity is not immediately discernible and primarily established in the psyche of a human being. As the brain is responsible for our thoughts, feelings and actions, several research institutions worldwide are searching for the neural representation of gender identity.

In a study under the guidance of Rupert Lanzenberger (http://www.meduniwien.ac.at/neuroimaging/) of the University Clinic for Psychiatry and…

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