These studies are peer reviewed
- Rianne M. Blom, Raoul C. Hennekam, Damiaan Denys (2012). “Body Integrity Identity Disorder.” PLOS One.
- Milenna T. van Dijk, Guido A. van Wingen, Anouk van Lammeren, Rianne M. Blom, Bart P. de Kwaasteniet, H. Steven Scholte, and Damiaan Denys (2013). “Neural Basis of Limb Ownership in Individuals with Body Integrity Identity Disorder.” PLOS One.
- Rianne M. Blom, Guido can Wingen, Sija J. van der Wal, judy Luigjes, Milenna T. van Dijk, H. Steven Scholte, Damiaan Denys (2016). “The Desire for Amputation or Paralyzation: Evidence for Structural Brain Anomalies in Body Integrity Identity Disorder (BIID).” PLOS One.
For those readers with access to academic resources, PubMed lists medical and health research in regards to BIID, xenomelia, and transableism. For example, check this PubMed page for search results related to BIID.
There is a small but growing number of other academic studies by researchers such as Dr. Michael First and others. See our Bibliography page for more details.
Non-Peer Reviewed Writing by BIID Researchers
- Dr. Anna Sedda (2013): “We Don’t Know Enough About Our Bodies – or Our Brains” Matter.
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