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Young Men’s Expectations of First-Time Fatherhood

In each new edition of the Psychology of Men and Masculinity, we interview authors from a selected publication to highlight some of the exciting research published in the journal. This feature highlights the a
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Dadding Up: The Nuts and Bolts of the Fatherhood Role

Dr. Daniel Singley explains how having a consistent, attuned, and involved dad is good for the whole family system.   What it means to be a man has shown considerable change over the past 50 years, and now
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A Gathering of Men: Designing and Running Groups for Men (Teleconference)

Division 51’s Clinical Practice-Special Interest Group (CP-SIG) invites you to participate in a one-hour tele-class entitled “A Gathering of Men: Designing and Running Groups for Men.”   This tele-class
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Proposed Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Boys and Men: Call for Comments

A taskforce of SPSMM members have been developing Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Boys and Men. The (revised) guidelines have now been (re-)submitted to APA and in accordance with Association Rule 3
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The Future of Men’s Studies?: Panel Discussion

Join the conversation when four senior officers of SPSMM & AMSA discuss the future of Men’s Studies.   On Saturday April 2, 2016, 8:15-9:45am, join leaders of SPSMM & AMSA for this panel dis
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State of Black Boys and Men: Policy and Mental Health Recommendations

The Racial Ethnic Minority Special Interest Group (REMSIG), of the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity, is a group of psychologists and graduate students with research and practice intere
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2016 Midwinter Meeting & American Men’s Studies Association Conference

I’m pleased to announce a revised Midwinter Meeting schedule that adds a 1.5 hour “Conversation Hour” on Friday evening, moves the Board of Directors meeting (open to all D51 members) to Friday aftern
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Anxiety, Sexuality, And Fitting in Nowhere: Case Report

Dr. Mitchell Hicks presents a case conceptualization of a  Latino client  presenting with anxiety. In the present article, I present an example of my work with a Latino male whom I will call “Miguel.” Sin
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Counseling Latino Men: Not All Are Created Equal

Dr. Lizette Ojeda discusses her experiences counseling Latino men. When you think of Latino men, what do you think of? Do machismo, substance abuse, and violence come to mind? While these are some of the common
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Life as a Mexican Man: Conceptions of Masculinity

  Dr. Lizette Ojeda discusses findings from interviews with Mexican men on their conceptions of masculinity. My interest in understanding Mexican masculinity was due in part by not understanding the men in