2011 - APA Award for Distinguished Professional Contributions to Applied Research
1986 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
His primary areas of study are Masculinity, Social psychology, Gender role, Developmental psychology and Human Males. The concepts of his Masculinity study are interwoven with issues in Ideology and Clinical psychology, Alexithymia. His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of PsycINFO and Masculinity ideology.
His Gender role study combines topics in areas such as Psychoanalytic theory, Shame and Social environment. In his study, Higher education, Construct validity and Factor structure is inextricably linked to Test validity, which falls within the broad field of Developmental psychology. His Human Males research includes elements of Physical health, Latinos latinas and Multiculturalism.
Ronald F. Levant mainly focuses on Social psychology, Masculinity, Developmental psychology, Gender studies and Ideology. His research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Confirmatory factor analysis, Measurement invariance, Test validity and Construct. His research integrates issues of PsycINFO, Human Males, Masculinity ideology and Gender role in his study of Masculinity.
Ronald F. Levant incorporates Human Males and Strain in his studies. Ronald F. Levant works mostly in the field of Developmental psychology, limiting it down to concerns involving Alexithymia and, occasionally, Psychotherapist. His research on Ideology often connects related areas such as Femininity.
Ronald F. Levant spends much of his time researching Masculinity, Social psychology, Measurement invariance, Ideology and Developmental psychology. His studies in Masculinity integrate themes in fields like Aesthetics, Feminist therapy, PsycINFO, Mental health and Masculinity ideology. The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Test validity, Content analysis and Perception.
His work investigates the relationship between Measurement invariance and topics such as Reference group that intersect with problems in Identity and Race ethnicity. His work deals with themes such as Femininity and Gender studies, which intersect with Ideology. His Human Males study in the realm of Developmental psychology interacts with subjects such as Structural equation modeling.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Masculinity, Developmental psychology, Test validity, Social psychology and Masculinity ideology. He interconnects PsycINFO and Mental health in the investigation of issues within Masculinity. His research in Mental health tackles topics such as Test which are related to areas like Clinical psychology.
His Developmental psychology research integrates issues from Gender studies and Sexual orientation. His Masculinity ideology research is included under the broader classification of Ideology. His study explores the link between Gender role and topics such as Cognitive psychology that cross with problems in Scale and Factor structure.
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A New Psychology Of Men
Ronald F. Levant;William S. Pollack.
Evidence-based practices in mental health : debate and dialogue on the fundamental questions
John C. Norcross;Larry E. Beutler;Ronald F. Levant.
The new psychology of men.
Ronald F. Levant.
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (1996)
A review of research on masculinity ideologies using the Male Role Norms Inventory.
Ronald F. Levant;Katherine Richmond.
The Journal of Men's Studies (2007)
Impact of Gender Role Conflict, Traditional Masculinity Ideology, Alexithymia, and Age on Men's Attitudes Toward Psychological Help Seeking.
Jill M. Berger;Ronald F. Levant;Katharine Kaye McMillan;William Kelleher.
Psychology of Men and Masculinity (2005)
The male role: An investigation of contemporary norms.
Ronald F. Levant;Linda S. Hirsch;Elizabeth Celentano;Tracy M. Cozza.
Journal of mental health counseling (1992)
Toward the reconstruction of masculinity
Ronald F. Levant.
Journal of Family Psychology (1992)
Gender differences in alexithymia.
Ronald F. Levant;Rosalie J. Hall;Christine M. Williams;Nadia T. Hasan.
Psychology of Men and Masculinity (2009)
A model of fathers' behavioral involvement in child care in dual-earner families
Jennifer F. Bonney;Michelle L. Kelley;Ronald F. Levant.
Journal of Family Psychology (1999)
Masculinity Reconstructed: Changing the Rules of Manhood-at Work, in Relationships, and in Family Life
Ted Bowman;Ronald F. Levant.
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