Men and Parenting Pathways
Men and parenting pathways (MAPP) is a program of research that investigates men's mental health and wellbeing and how it affects and is affected by family life. This includes how men prepare for and enter fatherhood; as well as how men fare when they elect not to have children or when they are unable to become fathers. As part of the MAPP research, we are investigating differences in anxiety levels between men at the peak age for fatherhood who do and do not have children.
If you are a man aged 28-32 (father OR non-father), you are welcome to participate in the online survey.
To participate in the survey, follow the link: https://redcap.mcri.edu.au/surveys/?s=ATLLF3KLRJ
To learn more about the MAPP research project, follow the link: www.mappresearch.org
Cognitive aspects of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic Disorder and
We are researchers in the School of Psychology at Deakin University, at the Geelong Waterfront Campus, and we are conducting a project to learn more about the experiences of people with anxiety disorders.
We are seeking volunteers to be participants in this research project, which aims to investigate the cognitive and problem solving abilities of people with anxiety disorders. We are also interested in finding out about what people find helpful in enabling them to cope with their anxiety disorders and what they find difficult in daily life due to these conditions.
Information about the effects of anxiety disorders on people’s lives will help health professionals to better understand these disorders and may also help raise awareness of others in the wider community about the effects of these disorders on people’s lives.
Volunteers’ time and any inconvenience caused by participating in this study will be acknowledged with a $15 shopping voucher .
To be eligible for this study, you must have one or more of the following:
● a diagnosis of Obsessive-compulsive Disorder
● a diagnosis of Panic Disorder
● believe that you suffer from a fear of dogs, spiders, heights, or enclosed spaces
If you are interested in participating, please obtain one of the "Invitation to Participate Information Letters" from your mental health service provider, or
for further information, call:
Lecturer, School of Psychology, Deakin University
Telephone: (03) 5227-8492