Call for Open Research: Role of cognitive attention in observing emergent properties of gender identity of a sentient observer
Identify quantifying factors for qualias of cognitive attention span in a sentient observer.
Secondary objective of this open research is to model qualias of gender identity with the identified qualias of cognitive attention span.
For the purpose of this research, focus is on transgender and non binary gender identity.
2016: A Review of the Status of Brain Structure Research in Transsexualism
PubMed Central (PMC)
The present review focuses on the brain structure of male-to-female (MtF) and female-to-male (FtM) homosexual transsexuals before and after cross-sex hormone treatment as shown by in vivo neuroimaging techniques. Cortical thickness and diffusion...
2022: Brain Sex in Transgender Women Is Shifted towards Gender Identity
PubMed Central (PMC)
Transgender people report discomfort with their birth sex and a strong identification with the opposite sex. The current study was designed to shed further light on the question of whether the brains of transgender people resemble their birth sex or...
For the reason that this Call for research has a cultural and public policy narrative, it is recommended to adhere to best practices for epistemic justice in all aspects of pursued research methodology.
Read Epistemic Injustice in Brain Studies of (Trans)Gender Identity.
This study undertakes an analysis of the conceptualization of gender identity in neuroscientific studies of (trans)gender identity that contrast the brains of cisgender and transgender participants. The analysis focuses on instances of epistemic...
This review systematically explored structural, functional, and metabolic features of the cisgender brain compared with the transgender brain before hormonal treatment and the heterosexual brain compared to the homosexual brain from the analysis of...
Following individual participants are invited for the open research:
Scholars and researchers e.g (but not limited to the) domain of neuroscience, gender studies, psychology, anthropology, cultural studies, biology, media communications with a multi-disciplinary approach to the subject.
Following institutional participants are invited for the open research:
Self governing gender healthcare institutions, U.N member state funded regional institutions, academic universities, health tech startups, and other similar institutions with a multi-disciplinary focus on domains (e.g but not limited to) neuroscience, gender studies, psychology, anthropology, cultural studies, biology etc.