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# Psychology

Last week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
Armagh's penalty woes are rooted in culture and fear of failure
Everything fell for Armagh to win the match in normal and extra-time, but they were gripped by a smothering pressure.
This year
2024
Analysis: What is the difference between real and perceived risk?
Dr Emma Howard
Last year
2023
Assistant psychologist hopefuls 'left in the dark' by HSE recruitment freeze
Relationships: We say opposites attract but really they complement and complete one another
Richard Hogan
All time
Secrecy, shame, and getting help: Men and eating disorders in Ireland
How to talk to your loved ones about misinformation without ruining Christmas
Farrell credits Gary Keegan for improving mental side of Ireland's game
'Your world gets very small': Irish researchers working to unravel what causes hoarding
Return of household visits: How to deal with tense conversations this Christmas
Is your child worried about going to school? An expert has some tips for parents
Groupthink, fatigue and divilment: Why do people share fake news?
Take a survey: How has the news affected your reaction to Covid-19?
Why you might feel uncomfortable or strange seeing large crowds on TV and in films at the moment
'If I was to describe the way we want to play it’s ‘collective speed''
Where psychology meets engineering: Irish Rail has just hired its first 'human factors' specialist
Psychological intervention proves 'life-changing' for women experiencing domestic abuse
What is the psychological impact of Christmas?
Brian Hughes
More than 1,600 children and teens waiting over a year for psychology appointments
Fake news in the referendum: Did you fall for it?
Does the media influence your vote on the referendum? Have your say
Over 2,000 children waiting over a year for a psychology appointment in Ireland
NUI Galway looking for people with obsessive thoughts or compulsive disorders for survey
Do Irish people hoard things when we lose someone close to us?
'Fear is an essential part of who we are': Here's why people watch horror films
'It shouldn't be laughed at': Study begins on effect bowel disorders have on women's minds
The psychology behind Claudio Ranieri and Leicester's astonishing fall from grace
'Chelsea are already Premier League champions'
Weights, nutrition and psychology: What makes the modern rugby player?
'I was never interested in making friends in football'
The man behind the minds: Ex-Arsenal psychologist on life inside the head of a footballer
7 mental tricks Olympic athletes use to perform under pressure
Anxious and full of self-doubt? It might be the quarterlife crisis
'The line between good and bad people can be thinner than you think'
Ian Gargan
Friendship and colleagues: Can work friends become real friends?
'We need to take a tin-opener to the top of our minds': Enda McNulty on elite performance
Do you know your 'blind spots'? How to look after your mental health
Terri Morrissey
Want to be happier? Try saving more money
Flying boots and naked head-butts - Inside the tricky art of motivating footballers
Boks clash with the All Blacks is all mental, says 'machine' Vermeulen
I've studied for years, so why does JobBridge advertise for the positions I should be filling?
Christian Korpos