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Professor Astrid O'Moore

Fellow Emeritus (Education)
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Mona O'Moore graduated from Trinity College, Dublin gaining her M.A in Child and Educational Psychology from the University of Nottingham and her Ph.D from Edinburgh University, and is a Fellow of Trinity College. Professor O'Moore is currently the Head of the Department of Education at Trinity College Dublin. She is also the founder and co-ordinator of the Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Unit. She was the Rapporteur of the first European seminar on school bullying, writing up the Report for the Council of Europe, 1987. She was a member of the Ministerial working party which drew up the National Guidelines in Countering Bullying in Primary and Post Primary Schools in Ireland in 1993. Since then she conducted the first Nationwide Study of School bullying and Workplace bullying in Ireland. She has been a member of five European research partnerships and is currently a member of the European V.I.S.T.A project aiming to provide training on school violence to policy makers and practitioners. She is regularly invited to contribute to seminars and conferences, in Ireland and abroad. She has published widely, in particular in the area of school bullying. She is co-author of the forthcoming handbook : Dealing with Bullying In Schools: A Training Manual for Teachers, Parents and Other Professionals (Paul Chapman Publishing). She is married with three sons.
  Aggression and Violence   Bullying   Educational Values   Health and Safety Education   Parent Involvement   Special Education   Teacher Attitudes
 Cyber-Bullying:Coping with Negative and Enhancing Positive Uses of New Technologies,in Relationships in Educational Settings
 Cyber-Training:Taking action against cyber-bullying
 VISTOP(Violence in Schools training online project)
  VISTA (Violence in Schools Training Action)
 Democratic Schools Without Violence

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Member of the Educational Studies Association of Ireland
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O' Moore, M. & Minton, S.J. , Cyber-Bullying: The Irish Experience, Hauppage, New York, Nova Science Publishers, 2011, 1-42pp, Book, PUBLISHED
Cyberbullying - The situation in Ireland in, editor(s)J. A. Mora-Merchán & T. Jäger , Cyberbullying - A cross-national comparison, Landau, Germany, Empirische Paedagogik, 2011, pp189-204 , [Mc Guckin, C., O'Moore, M., & Crowley, N. ], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text
O'Moore,M.& Crowley,N., The clinical effects of workplace bulying. A Critical look at personality using SEM, International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 4, (1), 2011, p66 - 83, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
O'Moore, M. , Understanding School Bullying: A Guide for Parents & Teachers, 1, Dublin, Veritas, 2010, Book, PUBLISHED
Cyber-bullying: The Irish Experience in, editor(s)Columbus, A.M. , Advances in Psychology Research, Volume 71, Hauppauge, NY , Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 2010, pp115-138 , [O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J.], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
The Relationship between Workpalce Bullying and Suicide in Ireland in, editor(s)Osterman, K. , Indirect & Direct Aggression, Berlin, Peter Lang, 2010, pp239-259 , [O'Moore M. ], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
El Modelo ABC Para Prevenir Y Afrontar El Bullying in, editor(s)Ortega, R. , Agresividad injustificacda,bullying y violencia escolar, Madrid, Alianza Editorial, 2010, pp321 - 353, [O'Moore M. ], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
O'Moore, M. & Crowley, N. , Get Over It? The Clinical Effects of Workplace Bullying: The Use of Individual Psychological Assessment in the Legal Process., 7th International Conference of Workplace Bullying, University of Glamorgan, Wales, 2nd-4th June, 2010, 2010, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
Paul Stevens and Mona O'Moore, Inclusion or Illusion: Educational Provision for Primary School Children with Mild General Learning Disabilities, Blackhall, 2009, 300pp, Book, PUBLISHED
Cyber-Bullying: The Irish Experience in, editor(s)Quinn, Q. & Tawse, S. , Handbook of Aggressive Behavior Research, Hauppauge, NY, Nova Science Publishers, Inc. , 2009, [O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. ], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
  

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O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. , Working with Parents., vista-europe.org/unit_b4.php, VISTA Project, April, 2007, Report, PUBLISHED
O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. , Working with Teachers., vista-europe.org/unit_b5.php, VISTA Project, April, 2007, Report, PUBLISHED
O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. , Violence in Schools in a Culturally Diverse Society, Standing Conference on Teacher Education North and South (SCoTENS) Third Annual Conference, Grand Hotel, Malahide, Co. Dublin, Nov 10 - 11, 2005, 2005, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J., The Hidden Voice of Bullying, National Disability Authority: Encouraging Voices Conference, Burlington Hotel, Dublin, Sep 28 - 29, 2002, 2002, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED
O'Moore,M. & Minton,S., Report to the Department of Education on the Project to Evaluate the Effectiveness of a Proposed National Programme to prevent and counter Bullying Behaviour in Irish Schools undertaken in Donegal Primary Schools. , Dublin, ABC, Trinity College Dublin , 2002, Report, PUBLISHED
O' Moore, A.M. & Minton, S.J. , Tackling Violence in Schools: A Report from Ireland, Connect UK-001 (Tackling Violence in Schools on a Europe-Wide Basis) European Conference , Goldsmiths' College, London, UK, Apr 6 - 8, 2001, 2001, Conference Paper, PUBLISHED

  

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Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin 1995
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts,Manufactures and Commerce 2007
Expertise in the field of School & Adult Bullying, Aggression and Violence. Child & Educational Psychology