New book: Perspectives in Male Psychology

  • Should we believe everything that we hear about men and masculinity?
  • What role do evolution, biology and culture play in men’s behaviour?
  • Do we tend to blame men for their health problems more than is reasonable?
  • What can be done to reduce male criminality?
  • How can the standard approach to men’s mental health be improved?
  • What does gender equality mean for men?

A new book on male psychology will be available in early 2021, authored by Louise Liddon and Dr John Barry, and published by Wiley.

In around 300 pages this book uses evidence from science to shed light to some of today’s heated issues around men and masculinity. A spectrum of the topics – including education, sport and the workplace – are explored, and questions answered.

You can pre-order the book here.

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1 thought on “New book: Perspectives in Male Psychology

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    David Holywood - October 26, 2021

    The past 70 years have been tough on men as well as women. We have basically changed gender. Men have become soft and women hard. ANd relationships don’t work this way. I think we are on our way back to ‘normal’ having learned what it means to be the other sex. We have a greater understanding of each other in relationships now. Or we are beginning to get it.

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