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In their research, they found that both typicality and atypicality of actions and situations in a story have to do with schemas and scripts.
Risk scores were developed by examining frequency distributions of items to find those of low endorsement but high atypicality; these were identified across the eight constructs, standardized to account for the different number of items within constructs, and a cutoff score determined for a combined or total risk score (cutoff = 17).
(2006), "Male-to-Female Transgender Youth: Gender Expression Milestones, Gender Atypicality, Victimization, and Parents' Responses," Journal of GLBT Family Studies 2(1): 71-92.
There was no evidence of atypicality or necrosis or mitotic activity (Figure 2).
These philosophic texts have agendas, but that should not lead us to dismiss them because of assumed atypicality. They also reveal interesting aspects of the pipers place in Athenian mentality.
[14] These include questions on atypicality of presentation as well as temporal and/or physiological relationship to a GMC and/or substances.
Thus, regardless of how it is manifested, male androphilia is associated with gender atypicality in childhood and adulthood.
It is not universal synthetic conjectures about the natures of people of African descent which have been submitted to inquiry, but existential conjectures regarding their atypicality within the reference universe.
This is especially so if the brain MRI is not in keeping with MS and is persistently so even when repeated and has some atypicality resembling NMO/NMOSD such as the presence of paroxysmal tonic spasms.
While the descriptor transgender typically brings to mind someone who wants to transition to the other sex/gender both socially and physically through surgical procedures, it can also refer to people who express gender atypicality along a continuum, including, for example, cross-dressers, those who present as gender ambiguous, or those who live in the role of the other gender without surgical or hormonal intervention." (3)
As Sheridan notes, this focus on atypicality leads Schlink "into a 'distortion' of truth by means of literary stereotyping," and verges on the antisemitic.