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Peter Hegarty, Marta Prandelli, Tove Lundberg, Lih-Mei Liao, Sarah Creighton, Katrina Roen, Drawing the Line Between Essential and Nonessential Interventions on Intersex Characteristics With European Health Care Professionals, Review of General Psychology, 10.1177/1089268020963622, (108926802096362), (2020).

Mouriquand, P. D., Gorduza, D. B., Gay, C. L., Meyer-Bahlburg, H. F., Baker, L., Baskin, L. S., . . . El Ghoneimi, A. (2016). Surgery in disorders of sex development (DSD) with a gender issue: If (why), when, and how? Journal of Pediatric Urology, 12(3), 139–149.

Dalke, K., Baratz, A., Greenberg, J.A. (2020). “Protecting Children with Intersex Traits: Legal, Ethical and Human Rights Considerations.” SSRN Scholarly Paper. Rochester, NY: Social Science Research Network, Peck, E., & Feder, E. K. (2017). Institutional evils, culpable complicity, and duties to engage in moral repair. Metaphilosophy, 48, 203–226.

Roen, K. (2008). “But we have to do something”: Surgical “correction” of atypical genitalia. Body & Society, 14, 47–66.

Roen, K. (2009). Clinical intervention and embodied subjectivity: Atypically sexed children and their parents. In M. Holmes (Ed.), Critical intersex (pp. 15–40). Ashgate. Roen, K., & Hegarty, P. (2018). Shaping parents, shaping penises: How medical teams frame parents’ decisions in response to hypospadias. British Journal of Health Psychology, 23, 967–981.

Timmermans, S., Yang, A., Gardner, M., Keegan, C. E., Yashar, B. M., Fechner, P. Y., . . . Sandberg, D. E. (2018). Does patient-centered care change genital surgery decisions? The strategic use of clinical uncertainty in disorders of sex development clinics. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 59, 520–535.