JAMA Network Open
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About The Study: Researchers investigated how rates of experiencing and perpetrating sexual violence vary by gender identity and the characteristics associated with perpetration within gender identity categories in this study of nearly 4,200 youth ages 14 to 16.
Authors: Michele L. Ybarra, M.P.H., Ph.D., of the Center for Innovative Public Health Research in San Clemente, California, is the corresponding author.
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