Poster Sessions

The following posters will be presented. All posters will be presented in the Gavin de Beer LT

Poster title Author(s) and affiliation(s)
Grounded understandings of male mental health based on members of ‘men’s mental health groups’. Darach Murphy, School of Applied Psychology, University College Cork, Ireland
Do Male Undergraduates from Poorer Families Suffer more Mental Health Difficulties due to Increased Financial Strain? C.B. Bissessar (presenting author), L.A. Morison, R. Patton (all University of Surrey)
Male-typical thinking is associated with suicidality, especially in women and transgender people. Laura Middleton Curran, Belinda Brown, John Barry JA (UCL), Martin Seager (Samaritans)
Documentary interviews with boxers: motivations, trajectory, and mental health Matt Sheridan (Open University), Martin Seager (Samaritans),  John Barry (UCL)
In what ways have women tried to influence their male partners to seek help for a mental health problem? Dr Lauren Rooney (Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, Hampshire), Mary John (University of Surrey & Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust) & Linda Morison (University of Surrey)
Exploring male identity and the experience of caring for a partner with a cancer diagnosis Jenny Young, Research Fellow, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh
A Way With Words: The Deconstruction and Reconstruction of Masculinity through Language. L. R. Wildsmith, The University of Bristol
Men’s self-initiated coping strategies for psychological and medical challenges: Reviewing the qualitative literature. Dr Jason Spendelow, University of Surrey, Guildford
Do men consider themselves expendable? Raymond Cuttill, Independent Researcher
Exploring the Effects of Absent Fathers on the Development and Perception of Masculinity in Black Men Kiera Ephraim & Dr Ben Hine, University of West London
Shall we split it?’: Exploring bill-paying dynamics in heterosexual student couples and changes in modern dating scripts Lucy Clarke & Dr Ben Hine, University of West London
The sensitive hero: The re-evaluation of masculinity in modern Disney movies Dr Ben Hine, Senior Lecturer at University of West London
“It’s a jungle in there” – an evolutionary psychology comment on how male offenders survive detention: Dr Ashley-Christopher Fallon, Birmingham & Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust, United Kingdom
How do hunter-gatherer children learn gender norms? A meta-ethnographic review Noa Lavi, University of Haifa, Sheina Lew-Levy, University of Cambridge et al.
Is a haircut good for your mental health? Tam Roper (Holloway University) & John Barry (UCL)
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