Dr Carol Murphy

Psychology, ALL Institute

Lecturer
Assistant Professor

John Hume Building
2nd
SF14
(01) 708 6723
https://cmhcr.eu/

Biography

Dr. Carol. Murphy, PhD., BCBA-D, Maynooth University

Primary Supervisor for 14 doctoral level theses and 3 Masters level theses

Dr. Helen Kilroe. Thesis Title: Using the IRAP Computer Programme and Applied Behaviour  Analsyis to Teach Relational Responding to Children with Diagnosed Autism.
Sole Supervisor
Dr. Ashleigh Best. Thesis Title: Examining Social Validity and Global Perceptions of Applied Behaviour Analysis in an Irish Context Sole Supervisor
Dr. Keith Lyons. Thesis Title: Can Teaching Flexible Relational Responding Result in Improved Ability Scores in Children with Diagnosed Autism? Sole Supervisor
Dr. Kelly Larkin. Thesis Title: Applied Behaviour Analysis versus Positive Behaviour Support: Using the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure to Evaluate Influence of Terminology on Social Acceptance.Sole Supervisor.
Dr. Marthinus Barnard. Thesis Title: ‘PEAK Relational Training System: Exploring the Practical Implementation of the Generalization Training and Direct Training Modules’ Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy, Co-Supervisor: Dr. Michelle Kelly
Dr. Ruth Callaghan.Thesis Title: ‘IRAP attitudes and alcohol’ Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy, Co-Supervisors: Dr Veronica Cullinan, Dr. Michelle Kelly
Dr. Louisa Cleary. Thesis Title: ‘Investigating the Impact of Brief Cognitive Defusion Intervention on State Anxiety and Psychological Inflexibility/Avoidance’ Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy, Co-Supervisors: Dr Veronica Cullinan, Dr. Michelle Kelly
Dr. Aisling Curtis.Thesis Title: ‘Using the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) to explore implicit versus self-report attitudes toward bullying with student at post-primary and university levels’. Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy, Co-Supervisors: Dr Bryan Roche, Dr. Michelle Kelly
Dr. June Dennehy. Thesis Title: ‘Behavioural Methodologies to Teach Relational Responding to Preschool Children with Diagnosed Autism’ Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy, Co-Supervisor: Dr. Michelle Kelly
Dr. Emma Fawcett. Thesis Title: ‘Combining PEAK (Promoting the Emergence of Advances Knowledge) with Other Teaching Methodologies with Children with and without Learning Delays’ Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy, Co-Supervisor: Dr. Michelle Kelly
Dr. Roisin Gallagher. Thesis Title: ‘Developing the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) as a Measure of Bias towards Pupils with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)’ Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy, Co-Supervisors: Dr Bryan Roche, Dr. Michelle Kelly
Dr. Rachel Murphy. Thesis Title: ‘Using the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure to examine implicit beauty-bias in the context of employability evaluations’ Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy, Co-Supervisors: Dr Bryan Roche, Dr. Michelle Kelly
 Dr. Conor Nolan.Thesis Title: ‘Using the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure to Investigate Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Students with ADHD and Anxiety’ Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy, Co-Supervisors: Dr Bryan Roche, Dr. Michelle Kelly
Dr. Orla O’Halloran.Thesis Title: ‘An Investigation into Implicit and Explicit Attitudes Toward Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) versus Typically Developing Children’ Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy, Co-Supervisors: Dr Bryan Roche, Dr. Michelle Kelly   Co-Supervisor (Doctoral level) Roberta Hines. Thesis Title: Promoting Emergent Advance Knowledge (PEAK) in a preschool setting. Supervisor: Dr. Bryan Roche. Co-Supervisors Dr. Michelle Kelly, Dr. Carol Murphy    
Dr. C. Murphy Master’s level Graduates   Primary Supervisor:      
Emma Maloney, M.Sc. Psychology
  
Natasha Gately, M.Sc. in Applied Behaviour Analysis
Co-Supervisor: Michelle Kelly  
Dr. C. Murphy Co-Supervisor:  
Alan Kane, M.Sc. Psychology
Primary Supervisor: Dr. Michelle Kelly. Co-Supervisor: Dr. Carol Murphy          

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
2009 'Teaching flexible, intelligent and creative behaviour'
OToole, C. A., Murphy, C., Barnes-Holmes, D., & O’Connor, J. (2009) 'Teaching flexible, intelligent and creative behaviour' In: Derived relational responding: Applications for children with autism and other developmental disorders. California: New Harbinger. [Details]
2007 'Addressing the generativity of language: A late reply to chomsky'
Barnes-Holmes D.;Murphy C. (2007) 'Addressing the generativity of language: A late reply to chomsky' In: Autism Research Advances. [Details]
2016 'Relational Frame Theory: Implications for Education and Developmental Disabilities'
Barnes-Holmes, Y., Kavanagh, D., & Murphy, C. (2016) 'Relational Frame Theory: Implications for Education and Developmental Disabilities' In: Handbook of Contextual Behavioural Science. New York: New York: Wiley. [Details]
2007 'IRAP and IQ: Possible future directions for assessment and remediation of cognitive deficits'
Murphy, C. (2007) 'IRAP and IQ: Possible future directions for assessment and remediation of cognitive deficits' In: Cognitive disorders research trends. New York: Nova Science Publishers. [Details]
2004 'Teaching the generic skills of language and cognition: Contributions from Relational Frame Theory'
Barnes-Holmes, Y., Barnes-Holmes, D. & Murphy, C. (2004) 'Teaching the generic skills of language and cognition: Contributions from Relational Frame Theory' In: Evidence-based educational methods. San Diego, California: Elsevier Academic Press. [IR Link] [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
2019 'Using the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) to Investigate Attractiveness Bias in the Domain of Employability'
Was, M., Kelly, M. & Murphy, C. (2019) 'Using the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) to Investigate Attractiveness Bias in the Domain of Employability'. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPY, 19 (3):353-364 [Details]
2016 'An Investigation into the Relationship between the Gender Binary and Occupational Discrimination Using the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure'
Cartwright, A., Hussey, I., Roche, B., Dunne, J & MURPHY, C. (2016) 'An Investigation into the Relationship between the Gender Binary and Occupational Discrimination Using the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure'. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL RECORD, 67 (1):121-130 [DOI] [Details]
2019 'Do Response Options in the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) Matter? A Comparison of Contextual Relations versus Relational Coherent Indicators'
Maloney E.;Foody M.;Murphy C. (2019) 'Do Response Options in the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) Matter? A Comparison of Contextual Relations versus Relational Coherent Indicators'. Psychological Record, [DOI] [Details]
2019 'Using the Teacher IRAP (T-IRAP) interactive computerized programme to teach complex flexible relational responding with children with diagnosed autism spectrum disorder'
Murphy, C;Lyons, K;Kelly, M;Barnes-Holmes, Y;Barnes-Holmes, D (2019) 'Using the Teacher IRAP (T-IRAP) interactive computerized programme to teach complex flexible relational responding with children with diagnosed autism spectrum disorder'. Behavior Analysis In Practice, 12 :52-65 [DOI] [Details]
2018 'Assessing implicit and explicit dementia stigma in young adults and care-workers'
Kane A.;Murphy C.;Kelly M. (2018) 'Assessing implicit and explicit dementia stigma in young adults and care-workers'. Dementia, [DOI] [Details]
2017 'Teaching important relational skills for children with autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability Using Freely Available (GO-IRAP) Software'
Murphy, C & Barnes-Holmes D (2017) 'Teaching important relational skills for children with autism Spectrum Disorder and Intellectual Disability Using Freely Available (GO-IRAP) Software'. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 3 (3):1041-1043 [IR Link] [Details]
2016 'Teaching protocols for the promotion of derived relational responding with children with autism and related language deficits'
Murphy C. (2016) 'Teaching protocols for the promotion of derived relational responding with children with autism and related language deficits'. Channels (Austin, Tex.), [IR Link] [Details]
2016 'Implicit gender essentialism as a predictor of hiring preferences: men are masculine, women are feminine, and masculine is better'
Cartwright, A., Hussey, I., Roche, B., Dunne, J., & Murphy, C. (2016) 'Implicit gender essentialism as a predictor of hiring preferences: men are masculine, women are feminine, and masculine is better'. THE PSYCHOLOGICAL RECORD, [Details]
2016 'Faking revisited: Exerting strategic control over performance on the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure'
Hughes, S;Hussey, I;Corrigan, B;Jolie, K;Murphy, C;Barnes-Holmes, D (2016) 'Faking revisited: Exerting strategic control over performance on the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure'. European Journal of Social Psychology, 46 :632-648 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]
2016 'The IRAP Is Nonrelative but not Acontextual: Changes to the Contrast Category Influence Men's Dehumanization of Women'
Hussey, I;Ni Mhaoileoin, D;Barnes-Holmes, D;Ohtsuki, T;Kishita, N;Hughes, S;Murphy, C (2016) 'The IRAP Is Nonrelative but not Acontextual: Changes to the Contrast Category Influence Men's Dehumanization of Women'. Psychological Record, 66 :291-299 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]
2015 'The Implicit Relational Assessment procedure (IRAP) and attractiveness bias'
Murphy C.;Hussey T.;Barnes-Holmes D.;Kelly M. (2015) 'The Implicit Relational Assessment procedure (IRAP) and attractiveness bias'. Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, 4 (4):292-299 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]
2015 'The impact of a precision teaching intervention on the reading fluency of typically developing school children'
Lambe, D., Murphy, C. & Kelly, M. (2015) 'The impact of a precision teaching intervention on the reading fluency of typically developing school children'. Behavioral Interventions, 30 (4):364-377 [IR Link] [Details]
2014 'Facilitating Repertoires of Coordination, Opposition, Distinction, and Comparison in Young Children with Autism'
Dunne, S., Foody, M., Barnes-Holmes, Y., Barnes-Holmes, D., & Murphy, C. (2014) 'Facilitating Repertoires of Coordination, Opposition, Distinction, and Comparison in Young Children with Autism'. BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT BULLETIN, [IR Link] [Details]
2014 'Implicit relational assessment procedure and attractiveness bias: Directionality of bias and influence of gender of participants'
Murphy C.;MacCarthaigh S.;Barnes-Holmes D. (2014) 'Implicit relational assessment procedure and attractiveness bias: Directionality of bias and influence of gender of participants'. International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy, 14 (3):333-351 [IR Link] [Details]
2017 'Derived Relational Responding: Testing, Training, and Sequencing Effects among Children with Autism and Typically-developing Children'
Kent, G., Galvin, E., Barnes-Holmes, Y., Murphy, C. & Barnes-Holmes, D. (2017) 'Derived Relational Responding: Testing, Training, and Sequencing Effects among Children with Autism and Typically-developing Children'. BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT BULLETIN, 22 :94-110 [IR Link] [Details]
2014 'Using the T-IRAP interactive computer programme and applied behaviour analysis to teach relational responding in children with autism'
Kilroe, H., MURPHY, C., Barnes-Holmes, D., & Barnes-Holmes, Y. (2014) 'Using the T-IRAP interactive computer programme and applied behaviour analysis to teach relational responding in children with autism'. BEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT BULLETIN, 19 :60-81 [IR Link] [Details]
2014 'What is Beautiful is Good: Implicit and explicit beliefs and attractiveness bias. Journal of Contextual Behavior Science'
MURPHY, C., Hussey, T. & Barnes-Holmes, D. (2014) 'What is Beautiful is Good: Implicit and explicit beliefs and attractiveness bias. Journal of Contextual Behavior Science'. Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science, [Details]
2013 'Implicit relational assessment procedure and body-weight bias: Influence of gender of participants and targets'
Nolan J.;Murphy C.;Barnes-Holmes D. (2013) 'Implicit relational assessment procedure and body-weight bias: Influence of gender of participants and targets'. Psychological Record, 63 (3):467-488 [DOI] [Details]
2010 'ESTABLISHING FIVE DERIVED MANDS IN THREE ADOLESCENT BOYS WITH AUTISM'
Murphy, C;Barnes-Holmes, D (2010) 'ESTABLISHING FIVE DERIVED MANDS IN THREE ADOLESCENT BOYS WITH AUTISM'. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 43 :537-541 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]
2010 'ESTABLISHING COMPLEX DERIVED MANDING WITH CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT A DIAGNOSIS OF AUTISM'
Murphy, C;Barnes-Holmes, D (2010) 'ESTABLISHING COMPLEX DERIVED MANDING WITH CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT A DIAGNOSIS OF AUTISM'. Psychological Record, 60 :489-503 [IR Link] [Details]
2009 'ESTABLISHING DERIVED MANDING FOR SPECIFIC AMOUNTS WITH THREE CHILDREN: AN ATTEMPT AT SYNTHESIZING SKINNER'S VERBAL BEHAVIOR WITH RELATIONAL FRAME THEORY'
Murphy, C;Barnes-Holmes, D (2009) 'ESTABLISHING DERIVED MANDING FOR SPECIFIC AMOUNTS WITH THREE CHILDREN: AN ATTEMPT AT SYNTHESIZING SKINNER'S VERBAL BEHAVIOR WITH RELATIONAL FRAME THEORY'. Psychological Record, 59 :75-91 [IR Link] [Details]
2009 'Relational flexibility and human intelligence: Extending the remit of skinner's verbal behavior'
O'Toole C.;Barnes-Holmes D.;Murphy C.;O'Connor J.;Barnes-Holmes Y. (2009) 'Relational flexibility and human intelligence: Extending the remit of skinner's verbal behavior'. International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy, 9 (1):1-17 [IR Link] [Details]
2009 'DERIVED MORE-LESS RELATIONAL MANDS IN CHILDREN DIAGNOSED WITH AUTISM'
Murphy, C;Barnes-Holmes, D (2009) 'DERIVED MORE-LESS RELATIONAL MANDS IN CHILDREN DIAGNOSED WITH AUTISM'. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 42 :253-268 [DOI] [IR Link] [Details]
2009 'Derived more/less mands with children diagnosed with autism'
MURPHY, C., & Barnes-Holmes, D. (2009) 'Derived more/less mands with children diagnosed with autism'. JOURNAL OF APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS, 42 :253-268 [IR Link] [Details]
2004 'Establishing complex derived relational mands with children with and without diagnoses of autism: A synthesis of Skinner’s Verbal Behaviour and Relational Frame Theory. Thesis Abstract'
MURPHY, C. (2004) 'Establishing complex derived relational mands with children with and without diagnoses of autism: A synthesis of Skinner’s Verbal Behaviour and Relational Frame Theory. Thesis Abstract'. Irish Journal of Psychology, # [Details]

Editorial

  Year Publication
2019 Murder-suicide: are we up to the challenge?.
Murphy, C (2019) Murder-suicide: are we up to the challenge?. LEICESTER: Editorial [Details]

External Collaborators

  Name Role / Description Country
Mark Dixon. SIUC Research in PEAK relational assessment and training protocol