Psychology Research Projects
Read about our current psychology research projects and the impact they are making.
Take a look below to find out more information about our research projects.
COVID-19 Psychological Research Consortium
A longitudinal, multi-country study that began in March 2020 and aims to monitor and assess the long-term psychological and social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the lives of adults in the general populations.
Home Environments supporting Learning Mathematics research project
This project aims to understand the Home Mathematics Environment (HME) and its impact on early mathematical development in low-to-middle income countries (i.e. Cuba and Mexico).
The Ulster University Student Wellbeing Study
This longitudinal project aims to examine and monitor risk and protective factors for mental health problems and wellbeing in the student population at Ulster University.
The Care Pathways and Outcomes Study
The Care Pathways and Outcomes is a longitudinal study that has been following all 374 children who were under five years old and in care in Northern Ireland on 31st March 2000.
Student Psychological Intervention Trial (SPIT)
Conducted at Ulster University (UU) and Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) as part of the WHO World Mental Health International College Student Initiative, funded by Cross-border Healthcare Intervention Trials in Ireland Network (CHITIN).
Prevalence and variation in antidepressant prescribing across Northern Ireland
This project aims to use data-linkage techniques to develop the most comprehensive population-based estimates of the prevalence of antidepressant prescribing in Northern Ireland.