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Conference 2012 Archive

Welcome to the 2012 PSI Annual Conference Archive

The 2012 PSI Annual Conference took place from 8th - 11th of November at the Rochestown Park Hotel, Douglas, Cork. A number of presentations given at the Conference attracted media interest. The following articles related to the PSI Conference appeared in national papers and can be downloaded in the Downloads section on the left of this page:

  • Boys aren't less intelligent, they're just lazier than girls - Nov. 5th, The Herald;
  • Internet bullies cause long-term harm - Nov. 6th, The Irish Times;
  • Students and parents seek out advice on cyber-bullies - Nov. 9th, The Irish Independent;
  • Communication key to getting children to disclose abuse - Nov. 10th, The Irish Examiner;
  • How 'harmless slagging' leads to cyber-bullying - Nov. 10th, The Irish Independent;
  • Voters swap charismatic politicians for ones they can trust - Nov. 10th, The Irish Independent;
  • It is time we grew up as a nation, say psychologists - Nov. 10th, The Irish Times;
  • 'Slagging' culture link to bullying - Nov. 10th, The Herald.

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