Smith, I., Knight, T., Fletcher, R., & Macdonald, J. A. (2019). When men choose to be childless: An interpretative phenomenological analysis. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships. https://doi.org/10.1177/0265407519864444


MAPP December 2018 Newsletter

Macdonald, J., Harrison, T., Youssef, G., & Di Manno, L. (2018, May). Patterns of depressive symptoms and anger in men at the peak age for entering fatherhood: Associations with postpartum paternal-infant bonding. Presentation to the World Association of Infant Mental Health 16th World Congress, Rome Italy.

Smith, I., Knight, T., Fletcher, R. & Macdonald J. (2018, May). “I’m 90% sure”: Decision-making processes of men who choose to remain childless". Presentation to the Australian Fatherhood Research Symposium 2018, Melbourne, Australia.


Kings, C.A., Knight, T., Ryan, D., & Macdonald, J.A. (2017). The “Sensory Deprivation Tank”: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Men’s Expectations of First-Time Fatherhood. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 18(2), 112-122. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/men0000046 


Pizzirani, B., Macdonald, J.A. & Di Manno, L. (2016, October). The recruitment (and maintenance) of men: Methodological and practical considerations for longitudinal study designs. Presentation to the Longitudinal Data Conference, hosted by the National Centre for Longitudinal Data, Canberra, ACT. 


Kings, C. A., Ryan, D., Knight, T., & Macdonald, J.A. (2015, November). Perceptions of the role of fatherhood and the desire to have children by men in the peak age for transition to parenthood. Presentation to the Australian Association for Infant Mental Health Inc. National Conference, Sydney, NSW. 

Macdonald, J.A, Skouteris, H., Olsson, C.A., Knight, T., Hill, B., Williams, J., Milgrom, J., & Fletcher, R. (2015). Pre-conception pathways to paternal mental health and offspring wellbeing: Protocols and aims of the Men and Parenting Pathways Study. Presentation to the Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth "Coming Together for Australia's Children" conference, Hobart, Tasmania.