School of Psychology [295]

 

UCD School of Psychology is part of UCD College of Human Sciences and is a leading centre for research, teaching and professional training in the many branches of inquiry that together comprise the intensely interesting, and socially relevant discipline, of Psychology.

Psychology is undergoing profound and exciting developments both as field of study and as a profession. The new UCD School of Psychology encompasses not only the study of Psychology at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, but also the vibrant and dynamic field of Disability Studies. Our new School is a partnership of the former Department of Psychology and of the Centre for Disability Studies.

Please visit the official website for more details.

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Recent Submissions

  • Carr, Alan (The Psychological Society of Ireland, 2001)
    Despite floods and strikes of all sorts, a few hundred of us gathered in the Swift Centre at St. Patrick’s Hospital in James’s Street on December 7th and 8th to attend a ground breaking workshop presented by Dr. Christine ...
  • Carr, Alan (The Psychological Society of Ireland, 2004)
    Clinical Psychology has traditionally focused on psychological de ficits and disability. It has rarely privileged clients’ resilience, resourcefulness and capacity for renewal. In the USA Professor Martin Seligman and his ...
  • McKiernan, Aidan ; Steggles, Shawn ; Carr, Alan (The Psychological Society of Ireland, 2013)
    The challenges associated with cancer diagnosis and treatment require a coping response. The nature of the response can be defined according to a number of theoretical models of adjustment. Presented is a review of 3 ...
  • Carr, Alan (Routledge, 2000)
    The objective of this book has been to identify intervention programmes which prevent a range of relatively common psychological problems in childhood and adolescence. In order to identify effective prevention programmes ...
  • Carr, Alan (Family Therapy Association of Ireland, 1997)
    Karl Tomm occupies a pivotal position in the evolution of systemic family therapy. He played an important role in bringing the work of the original Milan systemic family therapy team to the attention of family therapists ...