Biography

Associate Professor in Health Psychology. Stephen Gallagher is a health psychologist and a Professor in the Psychology Department here in UL and has been here since August 2010. My main research interests focus on the impact of stress on health and well-being. I am particularly interested in the impact of psychosocial factors on health via interactions between the neuroendocrine and immune systems. My current research is looking at the psychological and social factors that are associated with caregiver health as well as those experiencing unemployment, both of who are under chronic stress. We are also involved with designing and delivery of number interventions (e.g. stress management, positive psychology, and physical activity) to improve health and well-being for carers, the general population as well those with chronic illnesses. I am also using laboratory-based research to examine the buffering role of social support on cardiovascular reactivity and immunity. I am also a member of the Centre for Social Issues Research and the Health Research Institute and Director of the Study of Anxiety, Stress & Health Laboratory here in UL, www.sashlab.com. Stephen has published extensively in the areas described above, with national and international research teams and his research has been funded by the Irish Research Council, Health Research Board, and Research Institutes in the USA. He would be interested in supervising Postdoctoral or PhD projects in some of the areas described above. Please send an e-mail to Stephen for possible opportunities.

Research Interests

My main research interests are on stress and health, with a particular focus on how stress gets inside the body via biobehavioural pathways including immune, hormonal and cardiovascular biomarkers. In terms of stress, I use a variety of paradigms including life events stress (e.g. bereavement), chronic (e.g, caregiving, unemployment and long-term conditions) and acute stress (e.g,. exams and maths tasks) as well as conduct both observational and experimental studies including psychosocial and positive psychology interventions. My lab group (sashlab.com) and our health and psychophysiology laboratory have two experimental testing rooms and a wet-lab. These are equipped with full cardiovascular monitoring equipment with several Dinamaps, and a Finometer Pro which allows for beat-to-beat continuous hemodynamic monitoring. The labs also have plate readers, incubators, centrifuge and the capability to assess a range of hormonal and immune biomarkers and we tend to look at cortisol, DHEA, and secretory immunoglobulin A. Some of the projects I am currently involved with include examining the biological correlates of caregiving and unemployment as well as the stress of bullying in the workplace; other projects are looking at how loneliness and social relationships affect our health via cardiovascular and hormonal interactions. While our interventions focus on improving social relations via gratitude and benefit finding with other studies investigating health behaviour interventions to those managing and living with long-terms conditions (e.g, multiple sclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis). In terms of collaborations, my group has several local (UL), and national (NUI-G, UCC, MIC, UCD), and international projects (UK, US) that are on-going and we would be keen to develop other collaborations if they fit with our agenda. Thus, feel free to get in touch with me if you think we have shared interests.

Professional Activities

Association

  • 2010 Affilation and support for psychologists in Ireland, Psychological Society of Ireland
  • 2005 Support and network for Health Psychologists, Division of Health Psychology, British Psychological Society, UK
  • 2003 Professional body for psycholgist, British Psychological Society, UK

Award

  • - Ratcliffe Prize, 2009,
  • - Deanery Prize Winner

Books

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Book Chapters

Religion/Spirituality

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2012
New York
Springer
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Religiousness/Religiosity

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2012
New York
Springer
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Spirituality

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2012
United States
Springer Publishing
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Edited Books

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Peer Reviewed Journals

Unemployment as a chronic stressor: A systematic review of cortisol studies

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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If a joint is hot it's not the time: health professionals' views on developing an intervention to promote physical activity in rheumatoid arthritis

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2017
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Mediating effects of loneliness on the gratitude-health link.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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An evaluation of an intervention designed to help inactive adults become more active with a peer mentoring component: a protocol for a cluster randomised feasibility trial of the Move for Life programme.

Prof. Liam Glynn
Dr. Andrew O'Regan
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Kwok Ng
Dr. Catherine Woods
2019
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Optimism and benefit finding in parents of children with developmental disabilities: The role of positive reappraisal and social support

Dr. Jennifer McMahon
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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A Commentary on 'Positive Psychology Interventions for Patients With Heart Disease: A Preliminary Randomized Trial'

Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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Feeling Thanks and Saying Thanks: A Randomized Controlled Trial Examining If and How Socially Oriented Gratitude Journals Work

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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State, but not trait gratitude is associated with cardiovascular responses to acute psychological stress

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2020
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Social support is associated with blood pressure responses in parents caring for children with developmental disabilities

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2012
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Psychosocial factors are associated with the antibody response to both thymus-dependent and thymus-independent vaccines.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2008
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Community-based intervention to promote physical activity in rheumatoid arthritis (CIPPA-RA): a study protocol for a pilot randomised control trial

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2017
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Behaviour change interventions to promote physical activity in rheumatoid arthritis: a systematic review

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2015
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'if a joint is hot it's not the time': Health professionals' views on developing physical activity interventions for people who have rheumatoid arthritis

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
Ms. Louise Larkin
2017
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Relationship between self-efficacy, beliefs, and physical activity in inflammatory arthritis.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2016
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Cardiovascular stress reactions in recent- and long-retired rugby players when watching a game

Dr. Siobhan Howard
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2020
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Unemployment, employment precarity, and inflammation

Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2019
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Loneliness, living alone, and all-cause mortality: The role of emotional and social loneliness in the elderly during 19 years of follow-up

Dr. Paraic O'Suilleabhain
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2019
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Sources of Variability in Physical Activity Among Inactive People with Multiple Sclerosis

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Matthew Herring
2018
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Randomised controlled pilot trial of an exercise plus behaviour change intervention in people with multiple sclerosis: the Step it Up study

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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Antibody response to vaccination as a marker of in vivo immune function in psychophysiological research.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2010
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Social support is positively associated with the immunoglobulin M response to vaccination with pneumococcal polysaccharides.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2008
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Preliminary evidence that morning vaccination is associated with an enhanced antibody response in men.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2008
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Happy but unhealthy: The relationship between social ties and health in an emerging network

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2014
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Promoting physical activity in rheumatoid arthritis: A narrative review of behaviour change theories

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
Ms. Louise Larkin
2015
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Relationship between self-efficacy, beliefs, and physical activity in inflammatory arthritis

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2016
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Enhancing social relationships through positive psychology activities: a randomised controlled trial

Dr. Deirdre O'Shea
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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Type D personality and cardiovascular reactivity to acute stress: The mediating effects of social support and negative social relationships

Dr. Siobhan Howard
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2020
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Social support, social participation, and cardiovascular reactivity to stress in the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study

Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2020
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A Longitudinal Study of Relationships between Identity Continuity and Anxiety Following Brain Injury

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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How Does Bereavement Get Under the Skin? The Effects of Late-Life Spousal Loss on Cortisol Levels.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2013
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Enhancing social relationships through positive psychology activities: A randomized controlled trial.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Predictors of psychological morbidity in parents of children with intellectual disabilities.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2008
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A comparison of acute and long-term health-care personnel's attitudes towards older adults.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2006
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Parents' concerns about future pregnancy after stillbirth: a qualitative study

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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Experiences of adolescent participation in community-based workshops designed to improve psychosocial skills: What are the key benefits?

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2012
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Promoting physical activity in rheumatoid arthritis: a narrative review of behaviour change theories

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2015
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Social cognitive theory correlates of physical activity in inactive adults with multiple sclerosis

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2018
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Examining Psychosocial Pathways Underlying Gratitude Interventions: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Dr. Deirdre O'Shea
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2018
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Personality, cardiovascular, and cortisol reactions to acute psychological stress in the Midlife in the United States (MIDUS) study

Dr. Siobhan Howard
Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2020
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Unemployment is associated with lower cortisol awakening and blunted dehydroepiandrosterone responses

Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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Acquired brain injury: combining social psychological and neuropsychological perspectives

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2014
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"It might hurt, but still it's good': People with rheumatoid arthritis beliefs and expectations about physical activity interventions

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2017
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Prior depressive symptoms and persistent child problem behaviours predict future depression in parents of children with developmental disabilities: The growing up in Ireland cohort study

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2018
OXFORD
PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD
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Parental stress is associated with poor sleep quality in parents caring for children with developmental disabilities.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2010
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Determinants of older adults' intentions to vaccinate against influenza: a theoretical application.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2006
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Parental decision making around perinatal autopsy: a qualitative investigation

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Caregiving is associated with low secretion rates of immunoglobulin A in saliva.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2008
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Developing a recovery college: a preliminary exercise in establishing regional readiness and community needs

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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A randomised controlled trial of benefit finding in caregivers: The Building Resources in Caregivers Study Protocol

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Feeling thanks and saying thanks: A randomized controlled trial examining if and how socially-oriented gratitude journals work.

Dr. Deirdre O'Shea
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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Type D personality and life event stress: the mediating effects of social support and negative social relationships

Dr. Siobhan Howard
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2020
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Perceived social support mediates the association between attachment and cardiovascular reactivity in young adults

Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2019
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Affiliative and "self-as-doer" identities: Relationships between social identity, social support, and emotional status amongst survivors of acquired brain injury (ABI)

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Social support mediates the association between benefit finding and quality of life in caregivers

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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Optimism and benefit finding in parents of children with developmental disabilities:. The role of positive reappraisal and social support

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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Loneliness, living alone, and all-cause mortality: The role of emotional and social loneliness in the elderly during 19 years of follow-up

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2019
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Effect of exercising at minimum recommendations of the multiple sclerosis exercise guideline combined with structured education or attention control education - secondary results of the step it up randomised controlled trial

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Matthew Herring
2017
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Do Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Moderate the Relationship Between Self-Efficacy and Physical Activity in People With Multiple Sclerosis?

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2018
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Parental caregivers of children with developmental disabilities mount a poor antibody response to pneumococcal vaccination.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2009
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Developing a recovery college: A preliminary exercise in establishing regional readiness and community needs

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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'Soft and fluffy': Medical students' attitudes towards psychology in medical education

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Randomized controlled trials in WOHP interventions: A review and guidelines for use

Dr. Deirdre O'Shea
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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Differential hemodynamic effects during the provision of active and passive support in the laboratory

Dr. Siobhan Howard
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Loneliness and cardiovascular reactivity to acute stress in younger adults

Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2019
AMSTERDAM
ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
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The impact of anticipated stigma on psychological and physical health problems in the unemployed group

Dr. Aisling O'Donnell
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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'Soft and fluffy': Medical students' attitudes towards psychology in medical education

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Child problem behaviours are associated with obesity in parents caring for children with developmental disabilities

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Caregiving for children with developmental disabilities is associated with a poor antibody response to influenza vaccination.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2009
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A randomised controlled trial of an exercise plus behaviour change intervention in people with multiple sclerosis: the step it up study protocol

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Rachel Msetfi
Dr. Sara Hayes
Dr. Susan Coote
2015
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It might hurt, but still it's good': people who have rheumatoid arthritis beliefs and expectations about physical activity interventions

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
Ms. Louise Larkin
2016
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The effects of exercise interventions on health and fitness of firefighters: A meta-analysis.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Matthew Herring
2019
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A commentary on ‘The effects of identification with a support group on the mental health of people with multiple sclerosis

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2013
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Mediating effects of loneliness on the gratitude-health link

Dr. Deirdre O'Shea
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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Social Context and Sex Moderate the Association Between Type D Personality and Cardiovascular Reactivity

Dr. Siobhan Howard
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2019
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Evaluating personality as a moderator of the association between life events stress and cardiovascular reactivity to acute stress

Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2018
AMSTERDAM
ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
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A commentary on 'The effects of identification with a support group on the mental health of people with multiple sclerosis'

Dr. Aisling O'Donnell
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Anca Minescu
2013
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Anticytomegalovirus antibody titres are not associated with caregiving burden in younger caregivers

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Social support and mastery influence the association between stress and poor physical health in parents caring for children with developmental disabilities

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2014
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Social support, social intimacy, and cardiovascular reactions to acute psychological stress.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2009
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How Does Bereavement Get Under the Skin? The Effects of Late-Life Spousal Loss on Cortisol Levels

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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The association between stress and physical health in parents caring for children with intellectual disabilities is moderated by children's challenging behaviours

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2013
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'Happy and a bit Nervous': the experiences of children with autism in physical education

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Rachel Msetfi
2013
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Building Resources in Caregivers: Feasibility of a Brief Writing Intervention to Increase Benefit Finding in Caregivers

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2020
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How to improve recruitment, sustainability and scalability in physical activity programmes for adults aged 50 years and older: A qualitative study of key stakeholder perspectives.

Prof. Liam Glynn
Dr. Andrew O'Regan
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Catherine Woods
2020
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Developing a recovery college: a preliminary exercise in establishing regional readiness and community needs

Dr. Jennifer McMahon
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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Stressful life events and adolescent well-being: The role of parent and peer relationships

Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2020
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The Association Between Spirituality and Depression in Parents Caring for Children with Developmental Disabilities: Social Support and/or Last Resort

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Social identity influences stress appraisals and cardiovascular reactions to acute stress exposure

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2014
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Depression and chronic health conditions in parents of children with and without developmental disabilities: The growing up in Ireland cohort study

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2014
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Symptoms of depression in non-routine caregivers: the role of caregiver strain and burden.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2009
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A Cluster Analysis of Reported Sleeping Patterns of 9-Month Old Infants and the Association with Maternal Health: Results from a Population Based Cohort Study

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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The influence of self-esteem and social support on the relationship between stigma and depressive symptomology in parents caring for children with intellectual disabilities

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Other Journals

The role of positive social interactions in improving wellbeing: A randomised controlled pilot trial.

Dr. Deirdre O'Shea
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2014
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Enhancing social relationships through positive psychology activities: A randomised controlled trial.

Dr. Deirdre O'Shea
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Personality Pathways to Mortality: Interleukin-6 Links Conscientiousness to Mortality Risk

Dr. Paraic O'Suilleabhain
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2020
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Relationship between, Self-Efficacy, Beliefs, and Physical Activity in Inflammatory Arthritis

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2016
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Conference Publications

BPS Health Psychology Annual Conference,

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2010
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BPS Health Psychology Annual Conference

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2010
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Congress of the International society of physical activity for health

Prof. Liam Glynn
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Kwok Ng
Dr. Catherine Woods
2018
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BPS Health Psychology Annual Conference

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2010
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13th Annual Psychology, Health & Medicine (PHM) Conference

Dr. Jennifer McMahon
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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BPS Health Psychology Annual Conference,

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2010
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13th Annual Psychology, Health & Medicine Conference, (PHM)

Dr. Jennifer McMahon
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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European League Against Rheumatism

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2016
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European League Against Rheumatism

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2016
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17th Congress of the European Association of Work and Organizational Psychology

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Conference Contributions

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Published Reports

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Editorials

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Book Reviews

Antibody response to vaccination as a marker of in vivo immune function in psychophysiological research. Burns VE, Gallagher S. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 2010 Sep;35(1):122-6

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2010
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Other Publications

Exercise Effects On Health, Fitness, And Cardiometabolic Risk Factors Among Firefighters: A Meta-analysis

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Matthew Herring
2018
PHILADELPHIA
LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS
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Behaviour change interventions to promote physical activity in rheumatoid arthritis: a systematic review

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2015
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PROMOTING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS: DEVELOPING A THEORY-BASED BEHAVIOUR CHANGE INTERVENTION

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2017
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Psychological Antecedents and Consequences of Maximal Fitness Testing Among Firefighters

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Matthew Herring
2017
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Loneliness and acute stress reactivity: A systematic review of psychophysiological studies

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2018
HOBOKEN
WILEY
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"IT MIGHT HURT, BUT STILL IT'S GOOD": PEOPLE WITH RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS BELIEFS AND EXPECTATIONS ABOUT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTIONS

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2016
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Making the leap and finding your feet: A qualitative study of disclosure and social support in university students with type 1 diabetes

Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2018
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LONELINESS, CARDIOVASCULAR AND NEUROENDOCRINE REACTIVITY TO ACUTE PSYCHOLOGICAL STRESS: A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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Unemployment as a chronic stressor: A systematic review of cortisol studies

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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"IF A JOINT IS HOT IT'S NOT THE TIME": HEALTH PROFESSIONALS' VIEWS ON DEVELOPING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTERVENTIONS FOR PEOPLE WHO HAVE RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2016
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A Commentary on "Positive Psychology Interventions for Patients With Heart Disease: A Preliminary Randomized Trial"

Dr. Ann Marie Creaven
Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
NEW YORK
ELSEVIER SCIENCE INC
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SOCIAL SUPPORT IN REAL LIFE IS ASSOCIATED WITH CARDIOVASCULAR RECOVERY FOLLOWING ACUTE STRESS EXPOSURE

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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PERCEIVED MATERNAL STRESS AND EMOTIONAL WELLBEING AS RISK FACTORS FOR MISCARRIAGE

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2014
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Enhancing social relationships through positive psychology activities: A randomized controlled trial.

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2015
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Different identities, different correlates: Stigmatized identity, survivor identity, anxiety and depression following acquired brain injury

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2014
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ATTACHMENT, SOCIAL SUPPORT AND CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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The effects of exercise interventions on health and fitness of firefighters: A meta-analysis

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Matthew Herring
2019
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Religiousness/Religiosity

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2012
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Active and affiliative identities: A mediation model investigating relationships between identity, social support and psychological well-being amongst survivors of brain injury and the general population

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2014
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Changing Physical Activity Behavior in People With Multiple Sclerosis: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2018
PHILADELPHIA
W B SAUNDERS CO-ELSEVIER INC
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Randomised Controlled Trials in WOHP Interventions: A Review and Guidelines for Use

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2016
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Religion/Spirituality

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2012
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TYPE D PERSONALITY AND CARDIOVASCULAR REACTIVITY TO STRESSORS

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2018
OXFORD
OXFORD UNIV PRESS
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Effect of a 10-week MS exercise programme on muscle strength and aerobic capacity in inactive people with MS

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2017
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Promoting physical activity in rheumatoid arthritis: A narrative review of behaviour change theories

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2015
Read more

Antibody response to vaccination as a marker of in vivo immune function in psychophysiological research. Burns VE, Gallagher S. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 2010 Sep;35(1):122-6

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2010
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Are symptoms of post-traumatic stress in patients experiencing nasal fractures reduced following surgery? A pilot study

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2014
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Energy expenditure in inactive adults with multiple sclerosis - social cognitive theory and symptom correlates

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Dr. Sara Hayes
2016
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AN EXAMINATION OF SELF-REPORT PHYSICAL ACTIVITY AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS IN INFLAMMATORY ARTHRITIS

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
Assoc. Prof. Norelee Kennedy
2013
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Caregiving alters immunity and stress hormones: a review of recent research

Prof. Stephen Gallagher
2019
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