Matthew C. Genuchi, PhD
Boise State University
Matthew Genuchi is an assistant professor of psychology at Boise State University (ID). He received his BA in psychology from Baylor University (TX), and his MA and PhD in counseling psychology from the University of Denver (CO). He completed his APA-accredited doctoral internship at the University of Idaho Counseling and Testing Center. Dr. Genuchi’s primary research area is in the psychology of men and masculinity, specifically how masculine gender role socialization affects depressive symptom presentation. He has published research focused on anger, aggression, hostility, and substance use as components of atypical depression in men. Because he is trained as a practitioner as well as a researcher, Dr. Genuchi also maintains interests in clinical issues including clinical supervision and methods for engaging men in the counseling process. Dr. Genuchi believes strongly in mentorship of undergraduate psychology students and has worked with a number of undergraduate research and teaching assistants during his time at Boise State. He is a member of the American Psychological Association as well as APA’s Division 51, the Society for the Psychological Study of Men and Masculinity.