Celebrating the International Day for Persons with Disabilities 2011

Mon, 12 December 11 12:30

On Friday 2nd December the four disability study and research centres on the island of Ireland came together to mark the International Day for Persons with Disabilities 2011.

New reference book: Key Concepts in Sport Psychology

Thu, 1 December 11 12:32

Prof Aidan Moran (School of Psychology, UCD) is a co-author (along with Dr John Kremer, Dr Graham Walker and Prof Cathy Craig, all of the School of Psychology, Queen’s University, Belfast) of a new reference book entitled Key Concepts in Sport Psychology (SAGE).

A Rights-Based Approach to Child and Adolescent Well-Being Audio Files

Mon, 5 September 11 12:34

These recordings are from the 2011 Psychological Society of Ireland Special Interest Group in Child and Adolescent Psychology Annual Conference entitled Getting it Right for Children and Young People: A Rights-Based Approach to Child and Adolescent Well-Being.

UCD Psychology in top 100 QS World University Rankings by subject

Wed, 17 August 11 12:36

The QS World University Rankings has just released a new series of world rankings which examines medicine, the biological sciences and psychology. 

UCD Family Therapy Research presented at World Conference

Tue, 12 April 11 12:38

Clare Graham presented a paper on the evaluation of Functional Family Therapy in an Irish Context at the International Family Therapy Association’s XIX World Conference, in Noordwijkerhout, The Netherlands on 1st April 2011.

A Rights-Based Approach to Child and Adolescent Well-Being

Thu, 19 May 11 12:39

The School of Psychology and the Psychological Society of Ireland Special Interest Group in Child and Adolescent Psychology present a half-day conference entitled Getting it Right for Children and Young People: A Rights-Based Approach to Child and Adolescent Well-Being.

Launch of Gender and Colonialism: A Psychological Analysis of Oppression and Liberation

Tue, 8 February 11 12:40

This book provides a historical and contemporary analysis of domination and its psychological impact in Ireland and in a global context. It calls for radical change through transformative action at personal, community and collective levels. It is a book that can transform lives and help to shape a better future for us all.