Research Library

Publications that our members have shared with us can be accessed here


Holloway K, Seager M, Barry JA (2018). Are clinical psychologists, psychotherapists and counsellors overlooking the needs of their male clients? Clinical Psychology Forum, July 2018.  Holloway et al 2018 sex differences in therapy author version

Barry JA (2018). If life gives you lemons, forget the lemonade – get a haircut, Barber Shop, 7, 2, pp.30-31 (The blog version of the article can be accessed here http://www.malepsychology.org.uk/2018/08/13/if-life-gives-you-lemons-forget-the-lemonade-get-a-haircut/

Seager M, Barry JA and Liddon L (2018). Pioneering new ways of reaching men and boys. The Psychologist, June 2018 edition, pp. 12-13.

Barry, J. & Daubney, M. (2017). The Harry’s Masculinity Report. 

Liddon, L. Kingerlee, R. & Barry, J.A. (2017). Gender differences in preferences for psychological treatment, coping strategies, and triggers to help-seekingBritish Journal of Clinical Psychology, doi: 10.1111/bjc.12147.

Barry, JA. Loosening the male stiff upper lip. The World Today, Dec 2017. https://www.chathamhouse.org/publications/twt/loosening-male-stiff-upper-lip

Todd, B. K., Fischer, R. A., Di Costa, S., Roestorf, A., Harbour, K., Hardiman, P., & Barry, J. A. (2017). Sex differences in children’s toy preferences: A systematic review, meta‐regression, and meta‐analysis. Infant and Child Development. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/icd.2064/full

Barry, J. A., Mollan, S., Burdon, M. A., Jenkins, M., & Denniston, A. K. (2017). Development and validation of a questionnaire assessing the quality of life impact of Colour Blindness (CBQoL). BMC ophthalmology, 17(1), 179 https://bmcophthalmol.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12886-017-0579-z

Barry, JA (2017). Is your therapy gender aware or gender blind? British Society of Clinical & Academic Hypnosis Newsletter, 8, 10, 6-8.

Special issue on the Male Psychology Conference 2016 published in New Male Studies http://www.newmalestudies.com/OJS/index.php/nms/article/view/226/275

Barry, J. A., Qu, F., & Hardiman, P. J. (2018). An exploration of the hypothesis that testosterone is implicated in the psychological functioning of women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS). Medical Hypotheses, 110, 42-45. http://www.medical-hypotheses.com/article/S0306-9877(17)30571-6/fulltext

Barry, J.A. (2016). Mud huts, haircuts and High School dropouts: The 3rd Annual Male Psychology Conference, University College London, June 2016. New Male Studies, 5(2), 1-5.

Seager, M., Farrell, W. & Barry, J.A. (2016). The Male Gender Empathy Gap: Time for psychology to take action. New Male Studies, 5(2), 6-16.

Stoet, G. & Yang, J. (2016). The boy-problem in education and a 10-point proposal to do something about it. New Male Studies, 5(2), 17-35.

Brown. B. (2016). From boys to men: The place of the provider role in male development. New Male Studies, 5(2), 36-57.

Roper T. & Barry, J.A. (2016). Is having a haircut good for your mental health? New Male Studies, 5(2), 58-75.

Barry, J.A. & Roper, T. (2016). The development and initial validation of the Wellbeing Benefits of Everyday Activities Scale (WBEAS) and the Hairstylist Visit Questionnaire (HVQ): A short report. New Male Studies, 5(2), 76-87.

Wright, K.J.R. & McLeod, J. (2016). Gender differences in long-term outcome of Brief Therapy for employees. New Male Studies, 5(2), 88-110.


Seager, M. & Barry, J. (2016). Male Suicide Lecture. Watch the full video.

Joubert, H.E. (2016). Selection of Male Trainees. 

Barry, J. (2016). Can psychology bridge the gender empathy gap? South West Review, 4, 31-36.

Martin Seager, John Barry & Luke Sullivan (2016). Challenging male gender blindness – why psychologists should be leading the wayClinical Psychology Forum 

Lemkey, L.E., Belinda Brown, John A Barry (2016). Gender Distinctions: Should We Be More Sensitive to the Different Therapeutic Needs of Men and Women in Clinical Hypnosis? Findings from a pilot interview study.  Australian Journal of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis, 28, 1.

Barry, J. A., Seager, M., & Brown, B. (2015). Gender differences in the association between attachment style and adulthood relationship satisfaction (brief report). New Male Studies4(3), 63-74.

Todd, B.K., Barry, J.A., Thommessen, S.A.O. (2016). Preferences for ‘Gender-typed’ Toys in Boys and Girls Aged 9 to 32 MonthsInfant and Child Development.

Russ, S., Barry, J. A., Ellam-Dyson, V., & Seager, M. (2015). Coaches’ views on differences in treatment style for male and female clients. New Male Studies4(3), 75-92.

Haggett, A (2015). A History of Male Psychological Disorders in Britain, 1945-1980. Palgrave Macmillan. https://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9781137448873

Lemkey, L. E., Fletcher, C., & Barry, J. A. (2015). How Much Do Job Satisfaction and Relationship Quality Predict Intention to Engage in Health Behaviours in Men and Women? A Pilot Study. New Male Studies, 5(1), 31-47.

Barry, J. A., Folkard, A., & Ayliffe, W. (2014). Validation of a brief questionnaire measuring positive mindset in patients with uveitis. Psychology, Community & Health3(1), 1.

Barry J.A. and Seager M (2014). What can Tony Soprano teach men about therapy? Men’s Health Forum

Grayson, J. (2014). Back to the Root: Healing Potential Sexual Offenders’ Childhood Trauma with Pesso Boyden System Psychomotor. In Sexual Diversity and Sexual Offending Research, Assessment, and Clinical Treatment in Psychosexual Therapy. (pp. 251-274). London: Karnac. Full text: Back To The Root by Juliet Grayson 2014

Kingerlee, R., Precious, D., Sullivan, L., & Barry, J. A. (2014). Engaging with the emotional lives of men: designing and promoting male-specific services and interventions. The Psychologist, June edition

Seager, M., SuLLivan, L., & Barry, J. A. (2014). The Male Psychology Conference, University College London, June 2014. New Male Studies3(2).

Seager, M., Sullivan, L., & Barry, J. (2014). Gender-Related Schemas and Suicidality: Validation of the Male and Female Traditional Gender Scripts Questionnaires. New Male Studies3(3), 34-54.

Barry, J. (2012). Improvements to the ethical Review process are good news for psychologists and health researchers in Europe, especially in the UK. Eur J Psychol8, 1-7.

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