Richard Green (sexologist)
Richard Green, M.D., J.D. is a sexologist specializing in homosexuality and gender variance.
Green is founding president of the International Academy of Sex Research, founding editor of Archives of Sexual Behavior and author of several books. In 2006 he was awarded the Magnus Hirschfeld Medal for Sexual Research.
- Green R (1969). Transsexualism and Sex Reassignment. The Johns Hopkins University Press (November 1, 1969) ISBN 0-8018-1038-8.
- Green R (1974). Sexual identity conflict in children and adults. Basic Books (1974). ISBN 0-465-07726-9.
- Green R (1979). ''Human Sexuality: A Health Practitioner's Text''. Williams & Wilkins; 2nd edition (June, 1979) ISBN 0-683-03764-1.
- Green R (1985). The International Academy of Sex Research: In the beginning. Archives of Sexual Behavior 14: 293-302.
- Green R (1987). The "Sissy Boy Syndrome" and the Development of Homosexuality. Yale Univ Pr (February, 1987) ISBN 0-300-03696-5.
- West DJ, Green R (eds.) (1997). Sociolegal Control of Homosexuality : A Multi-Nation Comparison. Springer; 1 edition (October 31, 1997) ISBN 0-306-45532-3.
- Green R (1992). Sexual Science and the Law. Harvard University Press (November, 1992). ISBN 0-674-80268-3.
- Green R (2001). A 30 years' thank you. Archives of Sexual Behavior 30: 633-637.
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