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The Role of Familial Factors in Persistent Effeminate Behavior in Boys
BERNARD ZUGER
Am J Psychiatry 1970;126:1167-1170.
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Assistant clinical professor of psychiatry, New York University School of Medicine, 550 First Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016, and psychiatrist to the children's psychiatric clinic, Greenwich Hospital, Greenwich, Conn.

1970, American Psychiatric Association

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The author describes a study of the familial environment of 25 young effeminate boys. In most cases the parents' relationship with each other and with the sons was good. The boys' closeness to their mothers and distance from their fathers appeared to reflect their interests from the beginning. There were no statistically significant differences between this and a similar group of noneffeminate boys.

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