Dr. Irene Connolly is a lecturer in Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art Design and Technology in Co. Dublin and a Research Fellow at the National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre (ABC) at DCU. Irene lectures on the BSc. in Applied Psychology in Developmental and Lifespan Psychology & Educational Psychology. Irene is the Irish representative of European Federation of Psychologists Associations consultation group ‘Psychology and Internet’, member of the Coalition to make the internet a safer place for children, chairperson of organising committee of “Dealing with cyberbullying: A practical approach” conference 2013 and a co-chair of conference “Bullying at School: Sharing Best Practice in Prevention and Intervention” 2011. Her research interests are in the field of educational and developmental psychology, specifically cyberpsychology and bullying as well as dyslexia and learning difficulties, motivation in the classroom, E-Learning, M-Learning.
Cyberpsychology and Bullying