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    • Effect of aetiological explanations on negative attitudes towards individuals with psychosis 

      Frazer, Patricia; Adams, Pearse; Breheny, Fiona; Evans, Tara; Stafford, O; Loheide Niesmann, L; Plewka, A; Puonti, V; Scefi, D (Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society, 2018)
      Objectives: Both other and self stigma have important influences on the identity and well being of people who have experienced psychosis. Previous literature provides conflicting views on whether biogenetic explanations ...
    • Effect of mode on mood and of musical preferences in adolescence on self-esteem in adulthood 

      Frazer, Patricia; Downey, Paul; Olin, Sarah (Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society, 2018)
      Objectives: To explore the influence of music on identity formation, the relationship between adolescent music preference and adult self-esteem was examined. The effect of musical mode on mood was also investigated with ...
    • The meanings attached to the phrase Mental Illness amongst those who experience it 

      Frazer, Patricia (Dublin Business School, 2017)
      Objectives: To explore the range of meanings attached to the term ‘mental illness’ for those who have direct personal experience of mental health difficulties. Although mental health researchers and professionals struggle ...
    • Piloting a growth mindset intervention for student success 

      Murphy, Jonathan; Hyland, John; Hyland, Pauline; Frazer, Patricia; Reid, Rosie; Walsh, Margaret; Dickersen, Bryan (Dublin Business School, 2014)
      Objective: Dublin Business School is currently collaborating with the California-based ‘Heroic Imagination Project’ on a validation study focusing on a mind-set intervention for learners’ motivation and satisfaction. This ...