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