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The relationship between clothing preference, self-concepts and self-esteem
K Keogan, J Hyland
Dublin Business School, 2013
132013
The effect of before and after instructions on the speed of sequential responding
JM Hyland, S Smyth, DP O’Hora, JC Leslie
The Psychological Record 64 (2), 311-319, 2014
112014
Cyberaggression and Cyberbullying: Widening the Net
J Hyland, H Pauline, L Corcoran
Cyber Criminology, 2018
92018
Mutual Entailment of Temporal Relations in Younger and Older Adults: Reversing Order Judgments
C McGreal, J Hyland, D O’Hora, M Hogan
The Psychological Record 66 (3), 419-428, 2016
92016
Sequential responding in accordance with temporal relational cues: A comparison of before and after
JM Hyland, DP O’Hora, JC Leslie, S Smyth
The Psychological Record 62 (3), 463-484, 2012
92012
Reversing Time and Size: Mutual Entailment of Nonarbitrary Temporal and Magnitude Relational Responding
N Brassil, J Hyland, D O' Hora, I Stewart
The Psychological Record 69 (1), 95-105, 2019
52019
Parenthood, Child Care, and Heroin Use: Outcomes After Three Years
C Comiskey, J Hyland, P Hyland
Substance Use & Misuse 51 (12), 1600-1609, 2016
42016
Coping with bullying: Strategies used to deal with traditional and cyber bullying in Irish post-primary school
P Hyland, CA Lewis, C McGuckin, J Hyland
Dublin Business School, 2016
42016
Victimisation in urban primary schools of high-poverty areas: associations with health-related quality of life, depression and social support.
J Hyland, P Hyland, C Comiskey
Child Adolesc Ment Health. 22 (3), 131-137, 2017
22017
Conceptual and Definitional Issues Regarding Cyberbullying: A Case for using the Term Cyber Aggression?
P Hyland, J Hyland, CA Lewis
Bullying and Cyberbullying: Prevalence, Psychological Impacts and …, 2017
22017
An examination of emotional intelligence as a predictor of mental toughness; considerations for employee performance and subjective happiness
L McCarthy, J Hyland
Dublin Business School, 2018
12018
The dark triad of personality as predictors of face-to-face and cyber bullying behaviour
P Hyland, C McGuckin, CA Lewis, J Hyland
Dublin Business School, 2016
12016
The role of ISPCC Social Support on Perceived Stress, Test Anxiety and Self-Esteem among Post-Primary School Students
P Banka, J Hyland
Psychology and Society 8 (1), 75-84, 2016
12016
An extensive mixed-methods analysis: Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction (MBSR), attentional ability and emotional acceptance
F Hudaisa, J Hyland
Dublin Business School, 2014
12014
Piloting a growth mindset intervention for student success
J Murphy, J Hyland, P Hyland, P Frazer, R Reid, M Walsh, B Dickersen
Dublin Business School, 2014
12014
The effect of reversal on reproduction of observed temporal sequences
J Hyland, D O'Hora, J Leslie, S Smyth
Cognitive Science Annual Conference, 2009
12009
Newly Qualified Irish Primary School Teachers’ Experiences and Understandings of Reinforcement and Punishment
E Horan, J Hyland
Dublin Business School, 2022
2022
Coping strategies employed by Irish firefighters, association with stress and anxiety, and the use of Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) support.
N O'Rourke, JM Hyland
DBS Business Review 4, 2021
2021
Cyber aggression & cyberbullying: widening the net
L Corcoran, P Hyland, J Hyland
World Anti-Bullying Forum, 2019
2019
Cross-national comparison of victimisation and wellbeing correlates among children from low affluent areas
P Hyland, J Hyland, P Banka, C Comiskey
World Anti-Bullying Forum, 2019
2019
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