New research indicates that millennial men may be rejecting traditional views of manhood – in their attitudes, values, language, behavior, relationships, careers, and their definition of success. Researchers at the University of British Columbia, Canada, surveyed 630 milennial-aged men, aged 15-29, from Western Canada. Results published in April 2018, in the journal Psychology of Men…
The science of fatherhood reveals a 10-year study of men’s health during their partner’s pregnancy, and what happens psychologically when they become a father
A study on phone behaviour revealed that turning off phone and email notifications for one day can change people’s productivity for two years. Previous studies show that people check their phones about 150 times per day. Martin Pielot of the Spanish telecommunications firm Telefónica, and Luz Rello of Carnegie Mellon University, Pennsylvania, decided to…
A Harvard Medical School study has found that warm family environments in men’s childhood lead to more secure romantic relationships in later life
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Sex chromosomes, rather than hormones, may be influencing masculinity … through an extra set of female genes
Men spend, on average, 3 hours per week on grooming. What were the top 3 reasons?
To beard or not to beard …
What was Batman’s physique? And does it matter?
Boys are increasingly worried about body image and what to do about it
Jeffrey Jensen Arnett documents decade-long research of 18-29 year olds on emerging adulthood