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Dr. Erika Doyle

Global Officer CoOrdinator (TCD Global)
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Erika is a Research Fellow with the National Longitudinal Study of Children in Ireland and is involved in both the quantitative and qualitative aspects of the study including the development of parent and child questionnaires, data analysis and report writing. She has undertaken qualitative parent and child interviews with the families and is responsible for developmental assessments of the younger cohorts. Erika has a BA (Hons) Psychology from the Open University and graduated from Trinity with a PhD. Her thesis entitled 'Evaulation of Movement Pogrammes in the Treatment of Dyslexia' was undertaken in the School of Psychology. Her research work also investigated early indicators of dyslexia in young children.
  Behavioral/Experimental Psychology   Child Psychology/Development   Developmental Psychology   Educational Psychology   Electronic Media   Psychometrics
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Registered Psychologist, Psychological Society of Ireland. Member Educational Division, Psychological Society of Ireland. 2009 Present
Williams, J., Greene, S., Doyle, E., Harris, E., Layte, R., McCoy, S., McCrory, C., Murray, A., Nixon, E., O'Dowd, T., O'Moore, M., Quail, A., Smyth, E., Swords, L., Thornton, M., Growing up in Ireland: The lives of 9 year olds, Dublin, The Stationery Office, 2009, 161, Report, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  URL
Daire Lennon, Naomi Harte, Anil Kokaram, Erika Doyle, Ray Fuller, A HMM Framework for Motion based parsing for video from Observational Psychology, IEEE Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing Conference, Irish Machine Vision and Image Processing Conference , 2006, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  URL