IADT Student wins best undergraduate presentation at PSI Annual Student Congress

PSI Annual Student Congress QUB 24 March 2012

IADT student wins annual psychology student congress. Psychology students from all over Ireland gathered in Belfast on Saturday to present their research. Louise Cooper 4th Year BSc (Hons) in Applied Psychology presented her project Integrating Technology into Learning: The Effect on Primary School Students Motivation and Learning Performance and was awarded the undergraduate prize. As a result she will be invited to present at other conferences and will write an article for Irish Psychologist. David Steyaert was awarded second prize for the best undergraduate poster. Shula O’Dowd 1st Year MSc in Cyberpsychology was awarded second place for her poster. Twenty IADT students from Applied Psychology, Cyberpsychology and research masters presented their work supported by their colleagues. Congratulations to Louise, Dave and Shula and to all who presented.

For the full list of prize winners please see http://psychsoc.society.qub.ac.uk/CPSI2012.html.

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Dr Marion Palmer

27 March 2012