• Parental Perceptions of the First Year University Experience (Colleen Blaney Doyle)
  • The diagnostic experiences of parents whose older children and teenagers have been assessed as having ASD (Louise Burke) 
  • Becoming an educational psychologist: A grounded theory of selective engaging (Sheena Burke)
  • West Syndrome: An Epilepsy Syndrome: case studies of family experiences (Christine Chapple)
  • Developing an anti-bullying programme for primary schools (Cathal Duffy)
  • Exploring the cognitive profiles of children presenting with literacy and numeracy difficulties (Jennifer Duffy)
  • A Study of Differentiation in Irish Post-Primary Schools (Phyllis Clegg) 
  • A Psychosocial Exploration of the Social World and Parental Involvement in Education (Laura Hannon)
  • Great Expectations: A case study exploring the wellbeing of students with Autism Spectrum Disorders and the experiences of their parents and teachers, during the primary-secondary school transition (Miriam Kearney)
  • Investigating the effectiveness of Working Memory Training amongst primary school children(Tomas Mac an Bhreithiun)
  • Investigating the effectiveness of Lego Therapy in developing social skills of pre-school children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (Genevieve Marren)
  • Outreach: An Emerging Role for Special Schools (Catherine Merrigan)
  • Stress and Burnout Among Educational Psychologists Working in an Irish Setting: A Mixed Methods Study (Niamh Ní Aogáin)
  • The continuing professional development (CPD) needs of Irish Educational Psychologists (Aoife O’Connor)
  • Current and Potential Role of Educational Psychologists in Mental Health in Ireland (Simone O’Neill)
  • Educational Provision for Children with Genetic Syndromes Associated with Special Educational Needs (Colin O’Reilly)
  • The Impact of Mandatory Reporting on Professional Practice in Ireland (Clodagh Power)
  • Ethics in professional practice: rights and voice of children in assessment procedures (Paula Prendeville)
  • Wait your Turn: A Preliminary Investigation of Wait-list Management Strategies in Children’s Primary Care and Disability Psychology Services in Ireland (Caroline Ruth)
  • Inclusion of students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in second-level schools (Aisling Whelan)