December 2016: The second issue of NMS for 2016 is now on-line and it comprises a Special Issue containing selected papers from the the 3rd Annual Male Psychology Conference, Mud huts, haircuts and high school dropouts, held at the University College, London in June 2016.

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Current Issue

Vol 5 No 2 (2016): Special Issue - Mud huts, haircuts and high school dropouts
This Special Issue of NMS comprises selected papers from the The 3rd Annual Male Psychology Conference, held at the University College London in June 2016, titled MUD HUTS, HAIRCUTS AND HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUTS. The issue has been kindly co-ordinated and edited by Dr John Barry of the Clinical, Educational and Health Psychology, Faculty of Brain Sciences at the University College London, in the UK. The material included gives a sense of the exciting and eclectic mix of topics that is male psychology today (Click here to view the full conference program). We hope you enjoy reading about the relevance of mud huts, haircuts, high school dropouts and other delights in this Special Issue.
Published: 2016-12-25
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