Applied Psychology

Applied Psychology

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  • Larkin, Celine; Di Blasi, Zelda; Arensman, Ella (Public Library of Science, 2014)
    Background: Self-harm entails high costs to individuals and society in terms of suicide risk, morbidity and healthcare expenditure. Repetition of self-harm confers yet higher risk of suicide and risk assessment of self-harm ...
  • O'Leary, Karen (University College Cork, 2015)
    Prenatal well-being can have significant effects on the mother and developing foetus. Positive psychological interventions, including gratitude and mindfulness, consistently demonstrate benefits for well-being in diverse ...
  • Morrisroe, Richard Patrick (University College Cork, 2015)
    This thesis investigated the relationship of explicit (self-report), implicit (IAT) and physiological variables to the placebo effect. The thesis consisted of three main parts. The first collected background data and ...
  • Veale, Angela; Adefrisew, Azeb; Lalor, Kevin J. (Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Ethiopia. UNICEF, Ethiopia. University College Cork, Ireland, 1993)
    The child is the most precious asset and the focal point of development for any country. However, unless children are brought up in a stimulating and conducive environment getting the best possible care and protection, ...
  • Madigan, Mary Ruth (University College Cork, 2013)
    Hazard perception has been found to correlate with crash involvement, and has thus been suggested as the most likely source of any skill gap between novice and experienced drivers. The most commonly used method for measuring ...

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