Dr. Raegan Murphy
Tel: 021 490 4550
- Psychological Measurement research group.
Dr Raegan Murphy joined the Department in January 2008, after having left her native country, South Africa, where she was a lecturer at the University of Pretoria. She is a registered Research Psychologist in South Africa, Psychologist with the PSI and chartered Psychologist with the BPS. She is a member of the Psychological Measurement group, is the Undergraduate Board of Studies Chairperson and sits on the both the Departmental Ethics and Research Committees. She manages the Departmental Test Library. She is currently completing a Diploma in Teaching and Learning at UCC and is focusing on the teaching of statistics within the tertiary sector.
She currently co-ordinates and lectures AP2010 Individual Differences and AP6016 Research Methods and Data Analysis. She lectures on AP2030 Advanced Research Methods; personality in AP1044/1045, AP1001 Developmental Psychology as well as sections on AP551 and AP554 (MA Counselling Psychology).
Her interests are the study of intelligence, the nature of psychological measurement and psychometric assessment. She is a member of a number of international organisations and has presented in the US, UK, Ireland and South Africa. A list of her presentations can be found below as well as her publications with attendant links to all. Currently, she is working on her book ‘Dynamic Assessment, Intelligence and Measurement’ (Wiley).
- Murphy, R. (Ed.) (2007). SLK 110/120 (First year psychology text book). London: Thomson Learning. ISBN: 1844807312 and 9781844807314