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Anne-Marie Casey

Research Assistant

School Of Psychology

Tel: +353 1 716
Email: anne-marie.casey@ucd.ie

Biography

Anne-Marie Casey, BA, H.Dip., M.Sc.

Anne-Marie is a Research Assistant (part-time) at the UCD School of Psychology and Irish Prison Service, Evaluating the Building Better Lives Programme for sexual and violent offenders, with Dr Gary O¿Reilly. Anne-Marie graduated from Canterbury Christchurch University College, Kent with a BA in Music and English Literature, completed a Higher Diploma in Psychology at UCD in 2006, and a Masters in Applied Psychology at Trinity College Dublin in 2009. Anne-Marie also works part-time in St James's Hospital with Professor Brian Lawlor in TRIL (Technology Research for Independent Living)/TCD as a research assistant on a project investigating social engagement and loneliness among community dwelling older adults in Ireland.

 

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Associations

Association: Psychological Society of Ireland, Function/Role: Society Member
Association: British Psychological Society, Function/Role: Society Member
Association: PSI Special Interest group in child and adolescent psychology, Function/Role: Member
Association: PSI Division of Clinical Psychology, Function/Role: Member
Association: PSI Division of Neuropsychology, Function/Role: Member
     

Conference Contributions

A.M. Casey, R. Romero-Ortuno, C.U. Cunningham, R.A. Kenny, B.A. Lawlor; (2010) Investigating social supports and nutrition among community dwelling older adults in Ireland. [Poster Presentation], British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Stratford-upon-Avon, UK , 15-APR-10 - 15-APR-10.
A.M. Casey, R. Romero-Ortuno, C.U. Cunningham, R.A. Kenny, B.A. Lawlor; (2010) Hungry to be heard too! Psychosocial correlates of nutrition among community dwelling older adults in Ireland. [Oral Presentation], Psychological Society of Ireland Annual Conference, Athlone, Ireland , 12-NOV-10 - 12-NOV-10.
McHugh, J., Casey, A.M., Lawlor, B.A.; (2010) Biopsychosocial Predictors of sleep quality in a community dwelling population of older adults. [Poster Presentation], EU Geriatric Medicine Society 2010, Dublin, Ireland , 27-SEP-10 - 30-SEP-10.
A.M.Casey, P. Byrne, A. Carroll, M. Nolan, J. Quigley; (2009) Relationship satisfaction following a traumatic brain injury. [Oral Presentation], National Congress of Psychology Students, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland , 15-APR-09 - 15-APR-09.
S. Carton, A.M. Casey, M. Clune, A. Hurley; (2008) Audit of Neurobehavioural Clinic. [Oral Presentation], Irish Association of Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland , 17-JUN-08 - 17-JUN-08.
A.M. Casey, T. Roche, O. Murphy, F. O'Keefe, A. Carroll, S. Carton; (2008) Donepezil and acquired brain injury. [Poster Presentation], British Psychological Society Annual Conference, Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, Ireland , 16-APR-08 - 16-APR-08.
A.M. Casey, T. Roche, O. Murphy, F. O'Keefe, A. Carroll, S. Carton; (2007) Anticholinesterase: does it make a difference to cognitive functioning following acquired brain injury?. [Oral Presentation], Psychological Society of Ireland Annual Conference, Killarney, Co. Kerry, Ireland , 14-NOV-07 - 14-NOV-07.
S. Carton, A.M. Casey, M. Clune, A. Hurley; (2007) Personality Change and Neurological Disease: Clinical Management and Service Planning for Ireland. [Oral Presentation], Psychological Society of Ireland Annual Conference, Tullow, Co. Carlow , 13-DEC-07 - 13-NOV-08.
A.M. Casey, A. Moran; (2006) Attentional strategies and rowing performance; investigating the use of music as an attentional strategy to promote optimal performance on a rowing ergometer. [Oral Presentation], National Congress of Psychology Students, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland , 12-APR-06 - 12-APR-06.
 

Employment

Employer: Irish Prison Service / University College Dublin
Position: Research Assistant (part-time)
Employer: Technology Research for Independent Living (TRIL) / Trinity College Dublin
Position: Research Assistant (part-time)

Education

Year 2009 Institution: Trinity College Dublin
Qualification: MSc Subject: Applied Psychology
Year 2006 Institution: University College Dublin
Qualification: H.Dip Subject: Psychology
Year 2001 Institution: Canterbury Christchuch University College
Qualification: BA (Hons.) Subject: Music and English Literature
         

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