Tomás Walsh - PG Researcher Profile

PhD Researcher

Course: PhD Student
Role: PhD Student / PhD Candidate
Qualifications: M.Sc. in Psychological Science from University of Limerick; H. Dip in Psychology, Trinity College Dublin; B.Sc. Theoretical Physics, National University of Ireland

Project Title: Moral behaviour as a function of positive emotions

Project Supervisor: Prof Orla Muldoon

Contact Details: Department of Psychology, Main Building, University of Limerick, Castletroy, Limerick (Postal).


Research Interests:

Awards and Honors:
I was awarded the Hamilton Prize by Department of Theoretical Physics NUI Maynooth. In 2011 after completing my Masters at UL I received the EHS Research Bursary.

Gormley, M., Walsh, T. & Fuller, R. (2008). Risks in the driving of emergency service vehicles. Irish Journal of Psychology. 28, 7 - 18.
Walsh, T., Hannigan, B., & Fuller, R. (2008). Risk and the driving of emergency service vehicles. Behavioural Research in Road Safety 2008. Eighteenth seminar. London: Department for Transport.

Empirical Psychology
Psychology in Everyday Life

Research / Reading Group(s):
Centre for Social Issues Research Reading Group

Attended Summer Schools:
Attended the EASP Summer School at the University of Limerick (08/2012); Workshop 'Boundaries'

Additional Qualifications:
Postgraduate Advanced Research Methods
Professional Skills
Advanced Data Analysis (SPSS)