Congratulations to Audrey Stenson on her 2nd Prize in the Postgraduate Oral Presentations at the 36th Annual Congress of Psychology Students DCU in April.
Audrey a student on the MSc in Cyberpsychology presented her research –Examining the role of Facebook in college adjustment for undergraduate first year students. Nicola Fortune was highly commended for her researchSupporting law enforcement working with distressing material online,congratulations Nicola.
The MSc in Cyberpsychology is part-time over 2 years and the presentations show the range of research projects student do as well as the standard they achieve.
The Annual Congress of Psychology Students is a highlight of the year where postgraduate and undergraduate psychology students present their research to their peers. The presentations and posters are adjudicated by psychology lecturers from across Ireland. IADT held a successful congress in 2013. This year overall twenty five students presented at DCU from the BSc(Hons) in Applied Psychology, the MSc in Cyberpsychology and masters by research. Three IADT graduates presented their postgraduate research at PhD level as well. Congratulations to all.
IADT’s psychology programmes includes our PSI accredited BSc (Hons) in Applied Psychology, (full time 4 years), a part-timeMSc in Cyberpsychology (2 years part-time) and short accredited programmes inCyberpsychology, Sport Psychology andHCI. Click on the links to find out more about the programmes.