Dr. Irene Connolly
I have published in peer-reviewed journals, written chapters for academic books, published in conference proceedings.
|Connolly, I, Palmer, P, Barton, H. + Kirwan, G. An Introduction to Cyberpsychology. Routledge Taylor and Francis Group.||2016|
|Connolly, I. Prevalence rates of cyberbullying from a cross-national perspective. In Bullying and Cyberbullying: Prevalence, Psychological Impacts and Intervention Strategies. Edited by Conor McGuckin and Lucie Corcoran. Nova Science Publishers, Inc.||In Press|
|Checkley, M., Connolly, I. + Palmer, M. Exploring an effective design for online learning: Potential lessons for mainstream schools from an online alternative educational programme. Handbook on Digital Learning for K-12 Schools.||In Press|
|Connolly, I., Hurley, O., Power, A., Kirwan, G + Rooney, B. (March). Social Media + Networking Behaviour. In Cyberpsychology edited by Alison Attrill. Oxford University Press||2015|
|Connolly, I. Cyberbullying in Ireland: Methods, Rates and Outcomes for Cybervictims. The Irish Psychologist, October, Volume 40, Issue 12, p. 304-309.||2014|
Research includes bullying, cyberbullying, children and technology, learning and technology, dyslexia, social media, e-learning. Psychological Society, in Queens University, Belfast.
|Northern Ireland British Psychological Society (NIBPS). 60th Annual Conference, Dundalk. Symposium on Cyberbully + prevention methods in schools||2016|
|National Anti-Bullying Centre + Sonet Bull's Peer Learning Strategies for Countering Bullying. Bullying + the Role of Bystanders. The Helix, DCU.||2015|
|An exploration of bullying and cyberbullying in both children and adolescents. Irish Learning Support Association Annual conference.||2015|
|An exploration of traditional and cyberbullying. NIBPS/PSI Annual All Ireland Psychology Undergraduate Careers in Queens University, Belfast.||2015|
|School climate and willingness to seek help for bullying. Psychological Society of Ireland, Annual Conference.||2014|
Awards + Achievements
- Fellow researcher with the Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre, Dublin City University (DCU). http://www.abc.tcd.ie/staff.html
- Irish representative of European Federation of Psychologists Associations EFPA Consultation Group ‘Psychology and Internet’: Coalition to make the internet a safer place for children. http://europa.eu/rapid