The Psychology of Gender research team is co-directed by Dr. Britney Brinkman and Dr. Anthony Isacco, faculty members in Chatham University’s Graduate Psychology Programs. The research team includes a dynamic network of researchers, practitioners, and students and is the home base for a wide variety of research projects. We encourage you to check out the Research Projects pages and learn more about our research about social activism, men’s health, identity-based bullying prevention, and the psychology of fatherhood – just to name a few topics. We also highly value student involvement in our research team and projects. Many students work side-by-side with us and learn to develop collaborative professional presentations and publications. Learn more about our student talent by reading their bio’s on the Research Assistant page. The research team is a productive and active group of scholars – we present our work at national conferences such as the American Psychological Association convention, the National Psychotherapy with Men and Boys conference, and the Association for Women in Psychology conference on a regular basis.
If you would like to become involved with the research team or have specific questions about the research team, please contact the Psychology of Gender Research Team Coordinator, Kate Meade at firstname.lastname@example.org . Thank you visiting our page, stop back for periodic updates!