Tag: Longitudinal Study

Sexual Identity Fluidity – The Evidence

Although many pour scorn on notions that people’s sexual identity can change, research like Jones and Yarhouse’s “Ex-Gay Study” (J&Y) demonstrate that for some who pursue a purposeful attempt to do such a thing, there is a noticeable change over

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Understanding Society – Phase One

The first results from the ongoing Understanding Society survey have been released and there are some interesting stats as regards parenting and raising children. Understanding Society is a longitudinal study tracking 100,000 individuals in 40,000 British households. The survey examines

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Homosexuality and the Christian

This book excites me. This book excites me because in it Mark has written three chapters that should help to transform the current debate around homosexuality in Evangelical circles and change it for the better. At first glance Mark’s new

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Some thoughts on the recent APA developments

I blogged two weeks ago on the APA report on reparative therapy – please do go and read my comments there before continuing if you haven’t done so as I don’t intend to repeat remarks made there. Since then Jones

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Jones and Yarhouse publish latest research in Longitudinal Study

Hot on the tails of the APA announcement on reparative therapy, especially on the lack of evidence for success or harmful effects, Jones and Yarhouse have published an update on their research (as featured in the book – “Ex-gays”). The

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