Could the impact of digital mental health interventions be improved by more personalised care? TCD School of Psychology researchers explore patient engagement with digital mental health services.
We are delighted that Prof. Frédérique Vallières was nominated for 2019/20 Registrar’s Civic Engagement award. Her nomination reflects her incredible research and advocacy in relation to global mental health.
School closure might be a dream for some children, but it is a nightmare for others.
HOW DO PEOPLE DECIDE TO DO THE RIGHT THING? Insights from the moral psychology of self-sacrifice for the COVID-19 pandemic with Prof Ruth Byrne and Shane Timmons (ESRI).
The Times Higher Education Subject rankings listed the School of Psychology the 76th in the world in Psychology and is in the top 25 in Europe. The success of the School reflects the amazing high quality work and commitment to excellence of all our staff and students.
Research position in TCIN in collaboration with TILDA
TEAGASC WALSH SCHOLARSHIP - PhD position in Counterfactual Decision-Making Support for Precision Agriculture.
Dr Redmond O’Connell wins prestigious European Research Council award
PhD position in Neuroscience
Dr Joan Cahill - Trinity Innovation Award in Societal Impact
Dr Mathew McCauley served the guest editor for a recent special edition of the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps, which focused on military psychology
TCD student, Marina Dillon received the best professional poster award at last week’s PSI Annual Conference
Publication of New Book on Thinking, Reason and Decision making in Autism co-edited by Professor Ruth Byrne
“Dr. John O’Connor explains the addictive nature of smartphone apps in the Irish Times”
Trinity Student Tops Regional Psychology Category at the 2019 Global Undergraduate Awards
Research Fellow position in Global Mental Health – Centre for Global Health
Prof Ruth Byrne’s talk on ’Constraints on Counterfactuals’ at the Explainable Artificial Intelligence Workshop at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Macau
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