The School of Psychology's Social and Organisational Psychology research group is proud of inviting you to a research presentation by Prof Orla Muldoon, University of Limerick, Ireland., on Tuesday 21st of March, 12-1pm, Keats reading room, Aviation building, Callaghan (video conferenced to Ourimbah Science Offices Seminar room).
PRESENTATION TITLE: ‘Healing ourselves’: Negotiating psychological stress & trauma using shared social identities
BIOGRAPHY: Orla Muldoon is Professor of Psychology at University of Limerick Ireland where she is also Director of the Centre for Social Issues Research. She has a long standing interest in the role of group related experiences and identities on health and social development. She has published more than 70 papers on this topic subsequent to completing her PhD on the impact of political violence n childhood in Queens University Belfast, Northern Ireland. She is current editor of Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology and Co-editor of Political Psychology. She is currently on sabbatical in Brisbane and Is keen to meet Australian colleagues as this is her first visit here.
If interested in a one-to-one meeting with Prof Muldoon around her visit, please contact her SOPRG host at firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.