College of Human Sciences [2552]

 

The College of Human Sciences, with over 200 staff and almost 4,500 students, is one of the largest and most dynamic in UCD. It consists of ten Schools that bring together the social sciences, a range of interdisciplinary areas, and other disciplines including psychology, geography and philosophy. The Schools offer a wide range of undergraduate and taught masters programmes in these fields and are committed to disciplinary and interdisciplinary teaching and research.

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Recent Submissions

  • Madden, David (David Patrick) (University College Dublin. School of Economics, 2014-11)
    Recent developments in the inequality literature has stressed the importance of inequality of opportunity as opposed to inequality of outcome. In this paper we investigate the presence of ex post inequality of opportunity ...
  • Carr, Alan ; O'Reilly, Gary (Edwin Mellen Press, 2004)
    This volume presents results from a series of empirical studies conducted in the field of child protection in Ireland. The studies throw light of the epidemiology of child sexual abuse (CSA), profiles of CSA survivors and ...
  • Carr, Alan (Rathdown, 2004)
    The family lifecycle is a useful framework within which to conceptualize the therapeutic needs of families containing children with intellectual disabilities. At transitional points within the lifecycle marked by events ...
  • Carr, Alan (Wiley, 2002-09)
    The framework, set out in Figure 1 outlines the stages of brief CBT with children and adolescents from the initial receiving of a referral letter to the point where the case is closed. In the first stage a plan for conducting ...
  • Carr, Alan (Wiley, 2007)
    Major meta-analyses of trials of individual child psychotherapy, cognitive-behaviour therapy for children and family therapy have all yielded effect sizes of about 0.7 indicating that the average treated case, fares better ...