Welcome to the research page of the Male Psychology Network
Since 2011 we have been undertaking research projects, most of which are being published in peer-reviewed journals (see Research Library below) and presented at academic conferences. For example, this year we gave three presentations at the British Psychological Society (BPS) Annual Conference. One of our papers (Liddon, Kingerlee & Barry, 2017) was one of the British Journal of Clinical Psychology’s the most downloaded papers of 2017.
We offer a consultancy service, so if you are interested in researching a topic that has relevance to Male Psychology, get in touch with Dr John Barry (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Watch this space for news of our new research programme which will begin in the autumn of 2018
Take part in research surveys that are contributing to the field of Male Psychology and find out about what research projects are being conducted that relate to the wellbeing of men and boys.
Male Psychology Network is not responsible for the conduct of any researcher, the research or the ethical approval of any research project listed, please direct enquiries directly to the researcher.
A collection of research papers submitted by academics and members of the Network.