Research at Maynooth University spans the disciplines from the Sciences, the Social Sciences and the Arts.  Our scale allows us to work across traditional boundaries to focus on the major societal challenges of the 21st century. 

Déantar taighde in Ollscoil Mhá Nuad i ngach ceann de dhisciplíní na nEolaíochtaí, na nEolaíochtaí Sóisialta agus na nEalaíon.  Toisc an oiread daoine atá ag gabháil don taighde anseo is féidir linn teorainneacha traidisiúnta a thrasnú chun díriú ar na príomhdhúshláin atá faoi shochaithe an 21ú haois.  Tá sé cinn de thosaíochtaí aitheanta againn, agus gach ceann díobh bunaithe ar théama.
 

Supported by

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
European Regional Development Fund
 
Enterprise Ireland

Latest Publications

Differential Effects of Word-Repetition Rate on Cognitive Defusion of Believability and Discomfort...

Tyndall, Ian T. and Papworth, Richard and Roche, Bryan and Bennett, Marc (2017) Differential Effects of Word-Repetition Rate...

A relational frame skills training intervention to increase general intelligence and scholastic...

Cassidy, Sarah and Roche, Bryan and Colbert, Dylan and Stewart, Ian and Grey, Ian M. (2016) A relational frame skills training...

Can SMART Training Really Increase Intelligence? A Replication Study

Colbert, Dylan and Tyndall, Ian T. and Roche, Bryan and Cassidy, Sarah (2018) Can SMART Training Really Increase Intelligence...

The relationship between differential stimulus relatedness and implicit measure effect sizes

Cummins, Jamie and Roche, Bryan and Tyndall, Ian T. and Cartwright, Aoife (2018) The relationship between differential...

A Commentary on “Positive Psychology Interventions for Patients With Heart Disease: A Preliminary...

Creaven, Ann-Marie and O'Connell, Brenda and Gallagher, Stephen (2017) A Commentary on “Positive Psychology Interventions...

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