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Kenneth Mc Kenzie
Adjunct Teaching Fellow, Psychology

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

McKenzie, K., Inglehart's usage of psychology - assumptions and misreadings, Political Studies Review Journal Article,

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

Craig AG, Menezes G, Holmberg O, McGivney J, Cooney P, McKenzie K, Coffey M, Hollywood D., Oncology in Ireland - The benefit from Telesynergy, Cancerwise, 3, (1), 2004, p8 - 10 Journal Article, 2004

Research Expertise


  • Title
    • The impact of support groups on cancer patients
  • Summary
    • In colloboration with Anita O'Donovan and Dr Michael Moriarty (both St Luke's Hospital, Dublin). We are assessing the outcome of a psychoeducational support programme in prostate patients. The design is between groups, and the main psychometric tool used is the HADS
  • Funding Agency
    • Irish Cancer Society
  • Date From
    • 2004
  • Date To
    • 2006
  • Title
    • Patient understanding of and motivation to participate in tumour banking
  • Summary
    • In collaboration with Drs Patricia Fitzpatrick (UCD) and John Sheehan (the Mater Hospital, Dublin). We are using a modifed survey design to assess patient views odf the accpetability of requests to them to donate their tissue to tumour banks. the studt is being rolled out in 4 Dublin hospitals and will hopefully yiled some much-neeeded insight into both layperson views on medical advances and male patients' views on their levels of trust in medical personnel.
  • Funding Agency
    • Prostate Cancer Research Consortium
  • Date From
    • March 2004
  • Date To
    • Summer 2006


Health psychology; Political Psychology; Social Psychology; Social psychology in cancer


Awards and Honours

Research Associate, Dept of Psychology, TCD. Oct. 2004

Recipient of full scholarship, DCU. 2000-2003

Graduate's Prize, Psychology, TCD 1998


Founder member of the Irish Society of New Economists (ISNE) 2004 – present

Member of the Political Studies Assocation 2003 – present

Member of the British Psychological Society 2004 – present