Psychological wellbeing of sexual minority young adults in Iceland (Gisladottir et al., 2018)

A study of mental health among sexual minority youth in Iceland has found that same-sex and both-sex-attracted adolescent participants report higher levels of anger, depressed mood and perceived stress than their other-sex-attracted counterparts, with the worst outcomes experienced by participants, and particularly young females, reporting to be both-sex-attracted. The researchers…
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