Recent Submissions

  • Mutual entailment of temporal relations in younger and older adults: reversing order judgments 

    McGreal, Catherine; Hyland, John; O’ Hora, Denis; Hogan, Michael (Springer International Publishing, 2016)
    For temporal relations, mutually entailed relations are different to those directly trained; we learn that A occurred “before” B and derive that B occurred “after” A. Deriving such relations results in lower accuracy and ...
  • Psychoanalysis: a mapping out, turning the symbolic inside out 

    Ball, Terry (The School of Psychotherapy at SVUH, 2015)
    This paper considers the notion of psychoanalysis as a ‘mapping out' which was put forward by Lacan in his 24th Seminar, L'insu que sait de l'une bévue s'aile à mourre. The implied synonyms for ‘mapping out', such as, ...
  • Victimisation in urban disadvantaged primary schools: associations with health-related quality of life, depression and social support 

    Hyland, John; Hyland, Pauline; Comiskey, Catherine (Wiley, 2017)
    Background: Although a widespread problem, victimisation research on primary school children is limited, especially in disadvantaged regions. The aim of the current research was to address this absence in the literature ...
  • Dublin Business School Library: supporting research and scholarly activity 

    Buggle, Jane; Kouker, Alexander (Sconul, 2017)
    Dublin Business School (DBS) is the largest independent third-level college in Ireland, with over 9,000 students. It offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees, diplomas and professional accountancy and ...
  • The health of academic psychology 

    Murphy, Jonathan (The Irish Psychologist, 2017)
    For those starting out in academia, it is an arduous climb, often with uncertain perspective; a career ladder moving in the wind, with few rungs, dangling from a helicopter being piloted by non-academic managers. And from ...
  • Faculty Perceptions of Loughborough's Online Reading List System (LORLS) at Dublin Business School (DBS) 

    Musto, Lara; O'Neill, Marie (Routledge, 2016)
    This article explores faculty perceptions of Loughborough’s Online Reading List System (LORLS) at Dublin Business School (DBS), where it was installed in 2014. Data generated by the study will inform, advocacy, marketing ...
  • Developing the professionals of the future. Views from experts in ‘library schools’ 

    O'Neill, Marie (Sconul, 2016)
    Academic staff on the MSc in Information and Library Management at Dublin Business School (DBS) are active practitioners as well as experienced lecturers. Programme faculty members include well-known industry experts ...
  • Continuing professional development opportunities at Dublin Business School 

    O'Neill, Marie (Sconul, 2016)
    Dublin Business School (DBS) was founded in 1975 and is the largest independent third-level college in Ireland, offering a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and professional degrees in business, arts, law, IT ...
  • The Fideism of the Wittgensteinians 

    Bottone, Angelo (Metalogicon, 2001)
    Among the various English philosophical currents that have dealt with religion, “Wittgensteinian fideists” have, more than anyone else, stressed the relativity of beliefs and their relation to the forms of life in which ...
  • The Vanishing Mediator and Linguistic Hospitality 

    Bottone, Angelo (Department of Philosophy of the University of Santo Tomas (UST), 2010)
    In We, the People of Europe? Balibar argues for a Europe as the interpreter of the world, a ‘vanishing mediator’ translating languages and cultures. Ricoeur in his last works has considered translation as a paradigm of ...
  • Information literacy and employability 

    O Keeffe, Colin (Library Association of Ireland, 2016)
    Information Literacy (IL) and its relationship to third level graduates’ employability has gained more attention in recent years. This article examines how IL has evolved from skills initially associated with academic ...
  • The effect of before and after instructions on the speed of sequential responding 

    Hyland, John; Smyth, Sinead; O'Hora, Denis; Leslie, Julian (The Psychological Record, 2014)
    Order judgements are slower and less accurate when reversed. That is, when participants see two events in a sequence (e.g., circle …square), they are quicker to report ‘Before’ statements (e.g., “Circle before Square”) ...
  • Many voices : building a biblioblogosphere in Ireland 

    Dalton, Michelle; O'Connor, Martin; Kouker, Alexander (Routledge, 2016)
    Blogging has been associated with the Library and Information Science (LIS) community for some time now. Libfocus.com is an online blog that was founded in 2011. Its goal was to create a communal communication space for ...
  • The impact of suicide prevention on experienced Irish clinicians 

    Moore, Heather; Donohue, Grainne (Wiley, 2016)
    The Irish Poet W.B. Yeats coined the famous refrain “All changed, changed utterly, a terrible beauty is born” in his poem “Easter 1916” (as cited in Martin, 1989, p. 176-177). This quote aptly encapsulates the reality ...
  • Subject librarians and VLEs in Irish universities : level of involvement, attitudes and challenges 

    Zaliene, Laura; Thornley, Clare (An Leabharlann: The Irish Library, 2015)
    Virtual Learning Environments (VLEs) are used by educational institutions as content delivery platforms that connect students, academics and administration together. In this context, subject librarians can utilise VLEs ...
  • MSc in Information and Library Management at Dublin Business School 

    O'Neill, Marie (Library Association of Ireland, 2015)
    Dublin Business School is Ireland’s largest independent higher education college offering over 100 accredited courses in business, arts, law, psychology, IT and more to over 9,000 students. In November 2006, Dublin Business ...
  • Lacan and the Sophist - indications of the logic of the subject 

    O'Donnell, Barry (Psychoanalytische Perspectieven, 2000)
    In the Seminar Crucial Problems for Psychoanalysis Lacan suggests that the logical conditions for the subsistence of the subject are indicated in Plato’s Sophist. Lacan argues that the same conditions are necessary for ...
  • Valuing equality in Irish social care 

    Hanlon, Niall (Social Care Ireland, 2009)
    In this article the author critiques Irish social care by presenting an equality perspective on practice. An equality perspective involves developing emancipatory practices, that is, ways of helping that provide egalitarian ...
  • Emotional labour in harm-reduction practice in Ireland : an exploratory study 

    Fabianowska, Joanna; Hanlon, Niall (Social Care Ireland, 2014)
    Arlie Russell Hochschild’s concept of emotional labour has been applied extensively in the analysis of the emotional, relational and identity processes in a wide variety of service occupations, and to a lesser extent to ...
  • Feedback and goal-setting interventions to reduce electricity use in the real world 

    Frazer, Patricia; Leslie, Julian (University of Illinois at Chicago Library, 2014)
    A field experiment explored the effect of feedback and goal-setting interventions on residential electricity use in households in Northern Ireland. Alternating orders of presentation of feedback and no feedback conditions ...

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