This anonymous and confidential survey is about the preferences people have when trying to lose weight or maintain their preferred weight. We are also interested in how people may differ in their preferences. You don’t have to be actively trying to lose weight Continue reading “What’s the best way to lose weight?”
You are being invited to take part in a research study. Before you decide, it is important for you to understand why the research is being done and what it will involve. Continue reading “The relationship between alcohol hangover and drinking motives”
At the 4th Annual Male Psychology Conference Sarah Lionheart spoke about a range of projects for people in need all over the world. Continue reading “Compassion in Action”
What does your Facebook profile reveal about you? Why do some people commit crime? And how are these two questions related? Continue reading “Personality analysis from Facebook likes”
The Red Pill is a documentary “which chronicles feminist filmmaker’s Cassie Jaye’s journey exploring an alternate perspective on gender equality, power and privilege.” The Male Psychology Network screened the movie on the 5th of January at UCL, London.
You are invited to take part in a series of online questionnaires relating to men’s wellbeing. Continue reading “Men’s Wellbeing Study”
Continue reading “The Great Masculinity Debate”
We would like you to tell us about what things in your life make you feel good about yourself and the things you think are important in your life. Continue reading “Core values and wellbeing in 2017”
We are interested in hearing from both university students in general, as well as university staff and students who support students, in order to gain an understanding of their knowledge of mental health. Continue reading “Study on Mental Health Literacy in students and those in student supporting roles”
By Geoff Hewitt
Working with young males in learning environments for some time has allowed me to experience aspects of violence, joviality, random acts of kindness and much more.