Publications that our members have shared with us can be accessed here
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-seeking. British 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.
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.
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 way. Clinical 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 Studies, 4(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 Months. Infant 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 Studies, 4(3), 75-92.
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 & Health, 3(1), 1.
Barry J.A. and Seager M (2014). What can Tony Soprano teach men about therapy? Men’s Health Forum,
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 Studies, 3(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 Studies, 3(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 Psychol, 8, 1-7.