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Dr Donncha Hanna

Room 0G.442, David Keir Building

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Donncha Hanna

Dr Donncha Hanna


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have completed all my higher education at Queen’s University Belfast; graduating in 1999 with BSc (1st Class Hons) Psychology and again in 2004 with a PhD in Psychology and Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching. In 2003 I took up a post in the School of Psychology as a Teaching Fellow. Since 2005 I have been employed as a Lecturer in Statistics, Research Methods and Design with an emphasis on multivariate statistics.


School of Psychology Administrative Roles

  • Adviser of Studies
  • BPS Academic Departmental Liaison
  • Education Committee
  • Module coordinator: PSY2059 Research Methods and Group Project
  • Module coordinator: PSY3071 Applied Psychological Measurement
  • Module coordinator: PSY7065 Quantitative Data Analysis 1
  • Module coordinator: PSY7066 Quantitative Data Analysis 2

Research Interests

My research interests include psychometrics and applied individual differences focusing on the area of mental health. I am interested in psychological trauma, anxiety disorders, psychosis and associated correlates. I also have an interest in the pedagogy of teaching quantitative methodology and students’ attitudes and experiences of learning statistics.


PSY1001 Introductory Psychology 1 (role: tutor)

PSY1002 Introductory Psychology 2 (role: tutor)

PSY2056 Research Methods and Statistics (role: tutor)

PSY2059 Research Methods and Group Project (role: module coordinator, lecturer, tutor)

PSY3001 Thesis (role: supervisor)

PSY3071 Applied Psychological Measurement (role: module coordinator, lecturer, tutor)

PSY7051 Research Design and Professional Skills (role: lecturer)

PSY7065 Quantitative Data Analysis 1 (role: module coordinator, lecturer)

PSY7066 Quantitative Data Analysis 2 (role: module coordinator, lecturer)

Frequent Journals

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Contribution to conference papers, events and activities

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