Dr. Rosik describes a recent study he conducted examining self-initiated sexual orientation change efforts that assessed levels of depression and psychosocial flourishing as well as the prevalence of the development of opposite-sex attractions.
Proposed Learning Objectives
- Understand the effects SISOCE had on participants in terms of depression and flourishing
- List some statistics that show how SISOCE participants report developing sufficient opposite-sex attractions to make heterosexual sexual behaviour enjoyable
- Understand whether or not there was no association between years since ending SISOCE and depression or flourishing