My academic publications

Listing all my academic publications.

  1. Hadley, R. A. 2021. ‘No longer invincible’: the impact of involuntary childlessness on older men‘, Physical Therapy Reviews 1-16.
  2. Hadley, R. A. 2020. “Male broodiness: Does the desire for fatherhood affect men?” Psychreg Journal of Psychology 4(3): 67-89.
  3. Hadley, R. A. 2020. ‘Men and me(n).’ Methodological Innovations, 13: 1-11.
  4. Earle, S., Marston, H. R.Hadley, R. A., & Banks, D. 2020. ‘Use of menstruation and fertility app trackers: a scoping review of the evidence.’ BMJ Sexual & Reproductive Health: bmjsrh-2019-200488
  5. Marston, H. R., Hadley, R.A., Pike, G., & Hesketh, I. 2020. Games for Health & mHealth Apps for Police & Blue Light Personnel: A research review.’ The Police Journal: Theory, Practice and Principles.
  6. Hadley, R. A., Barry, J & Newby, C. 2019. ‘Anxious Childhood Attachment Predicts Childlessness in Later-life.’ Psychreg Journal of Psychology, 3(3), pp. 7-27.
  7. Hadley, R. A. 2019. ‘“It’s most of my life – going to the pub or the group”: the social networks of involuntarily childless older men.’ Ageing and Society, (online): 1-26.
  8. Hadley, R. A. 2019. ‘The impact of male involuntary childlessness.’ Psychreg Journal of Psychology 3(2): 58-64.
  9. Hadley, R. A. 2019. ‘Deconstructing Dad.’ In Barry, J.A., Kingerlee, R., Seager, M. and Sullivan, L. (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Male Psychology and Mental Health. Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp. 47-66.
  10. Marston, H. R.Hadley, R. A., Banks, D., & Duro, M. D. C. M. 2019. ‘Mobile Self-monitoring ECG Devices to Diagnose Arrhythmia (AR) that coincide with Palpitations: A Scoping Review.’ Healthcare, 7(3): 1-23
  11. Hadley, R. A. 2018. ‘The lived experience of older involuntary childless men.’ In Sparkes, A. C. (Ed.), The Annual Journal of the British Sociological Association Study Group on Auto/Biography. Durham: BSA Auto/Biography Group, pp. 93-108.
  12. Hadley, R. A. 2018. ‘“I’m missing out and I think I have something to give”: experiences of older involuntarily childless men.’ Working with Older People, 22(2), 83-92
  13. Hadley, R. A. 2018. ‘Ageing without Children, gender and social justice.’ In Westwood, S. (Ed), Ageing, Diversity and Equality: Social justice perspectives. Oxon: Routledge, pp.61-81.
  14. Hadley, R. A. 2018. ‘I always expected to be a dad.’ In Petrou, S. (Author): Men Suffer Too: A man’s journey on the Road to Fatherhood. Derby: Vaspx Publishing, pp. 244 – 254
  15. Earle, S.,Hadley, R. A. 2018. ‘Men’s views and experiences of infant feeding: a qualitative systematic review.’ Journal of Maternal & Child Nutrition, 14(13), e12586
  16. Earle, S., & Hadley, R. A. 2018. ‘A systematic review of men’s views and experiences of infant feeding: implications for midwifery practice.’ MIDRIS: Midwifery Digest, 28(1), 91-97.
  17. Hadley, R. A. 2017. ‘Ageing without children.’ In Tetley, J., Cox, N., Jack, K. & Witham, G. (Eds.), Nursing Older People at a Glance. Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, pp. 76-77).
  18. Hadley, R.  A. (2016). Invited book review: Inhorn, M. C, Mosegaard, M, Tjornhoj-Thomsen, T, and Goldberg H. (2009). ‘Reconceiving the second sex: men, masculinity, and reproduction.’ New York, Berghahn Books, New York. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 34(5)
  19. Hadley, R. A. 2015. ‘Life without Fatherhood.’ In D. Bell and G. Poole (Eds.,), Inside-Man: pioneering stories about men and boys. Matador: Kibworth Beauchamp, UK, pp. 62-64
  20. Hadley, R. A. 2014. ‘The Impotence of Earnestness and the Importance of Being Earnest: Recruiting Older Men for Interview.’ In Tarrant, A & Watts, J. H. (Eds.,), Studies of Ageing Masculinities: Still in Their Infancy? London: The Centre for Policy on Ageing, pp. 68-83.
  21. Hadley, R. A. 2012. ‘Navigating in an Uncharted World: How does the desire for fatherhood affect men?’ Journal of Fertility Counselling, 19 (01), 12-13.
  22. Hadley, R. A. & Hanley, T.S. 2011. ‘Involuntarily childless men and the desire for fatherhood.’ Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 29(1), 56-68