3 Jul 2018

A focal point of psychosomatic research has examined the pathogenic influence of psychological stress on physical health. In particular, augmented cardiovascular reactivity to acute psychological stress has received considerable attention due to its association with pr...

18 Jun 2018

Almost two years into my PhD, you would imagine that I have now mastered the concept of ‘time management’, but unfortunately, I can’t say that’s true! Being self-funded throughout my PhD has brought with it an additional element of stress, responsibility and the need t...

6 May 2018

A review paper on loneliness by Eoin Brown, Dr. Stephen Gallagher and Dr. Ann-Marie Creaven features in the latest issue of Psychophysiology (May 2018). This paper was supported by funding from the Irish Research Council.

Brown, E. G., Gallagher, S., & Creaven, A.M. (20...

The Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS) works to strengthen the integrity of social science research and evidence used for policy-making. From time-to-time BITSS run training programmes in reproducible research practices. I applied for a...

28 Sep 2017

Our most recent SASHLab intern Alanna O'Connor from the BA Psychology & Sociology programme has written a blog post on her co-op experience. This might be especially interesting reading for our current BA students interested in a research assistant placement with SASHL...

I am on research leave for the Autumn semester this year, which means I don’t have my usual teaching or internal service responsibilities. One of the first activities I planned was to go to the British Psychological Society Psychobiology Section Annual Scientific Meeti...

26 Jun 2017

The SASHLab awards' season is well underway at UL. First, congratulations to Eibhlin Walsh, MSc student, whose presentation on her MSc research won best paper in session at the Limerick Postgraduate Research Conference recently.  Eibhlin is conducting a secondary analy...

22 Jun 2017

Division of Psychology, Psychology Health and Medicine Conference 2017

March was a busy month for SASH Lab members, with several of us presenting at the Division of Health Psychology, Psychology, Health and Medicine Conference hosted at RSCI on Friday 3rd March.  Ann-Ma...

27 Feb 2017

Outreach activities at Midlands Science

Sleep- something we all need! But how much do we actually know about it? As part of the 2016 Science Week, Dr. Ann-Marie Creaven was invited to speak at a Midlands Science event titled “While you were sleeping: The science of slee...

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