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  • Maintaining wellness in fibromyalgia 

    Bergin-McLoughlin, Caroline (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Psychology, 2017)
    Fibromyalgia is a chronic pain condition characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue and multiple tender points. It is a common, multidimensional disorder that is associated with complex symptomatology and ...
  • Congitive Processes in Moral Judgement 

    TIMMONS, SHANE (Trinity College Dublin. School of Psychology. Discipline of Psychology, 2018)
    Psychological theories of morality tend to agree that automatic processes in the mind influence moral judgments, but they disagree about the role of effortful cognition. These theories also focus primarily on how people ...
  • Prefrontal Contributions to Attention in Ageing and Stroke: Implications for Cognitive Reserve 

    BROSNAN, MÉADHBH BRÍD (Trinity College Dublin. School of Psychology. Discipline of Psychology, 2017)
    Abstract M?adhbh B. Brosnan Prefrontal contributions to attention in ageing and stroke: implications for cognitive reserve. Global life expectancy is increasing dramatically with a corresponding rise in the prevalence ...
  • Supervisee transfer of learning in psychotherapy supervision. 

    O'NEILL, TERENCE STEPHEN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Psychology. Discipline of Psychology, 2017)
    Aim: Clinical supervision is a well established means of facilitating supervisee learning and transfer of learning is explicitly linked to learning. Within the clinical supervision literature, there is an absence of research ...
  • Investigating recognition and preferences for self-voice on speech generating devices in autism 

    Ni Chuileann, Susan (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of Psychology, 2014)
    A substantial number of children with autism cannot communicate by voice (Eigsti, de Marchena, Schuh, & Kelley, 2011; Kjelgaard & Tager-Flusberg, 2001). Voice enabled Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices, ...

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