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  • Kinsella, Elaine Louise; Ritchie, Timothy D.; Igou, Eric Raymond (Routledge, 2017)
    Research on heroism typically seems fascinating to people in everyday life: they ask insightful and interesting questions about the research, offer their personal reflections on heroes, and sometimes share details of ...
  • O'Shea, Deirdre; Monaghan, Sinéad M.; Ritchie, Timothy D. (Emerald, 2014)
    Purpose – To examine the role of protean and boundaryless career attitudes in early career employees during a time of economic recession in Ireland, specifically regarding their relationship to work characteristics, job ...
  • Condon, Candice E. (University of Limerick, 2014)
    This thesis documents the results of a research project investigating the relationship between interpersonal relationship factors and shared memory. Although shared memory and the factors that influence it have been ...
  • Kinsella, Elaine Louise; Ritchie, Timothy D.; Igou, Eric Raymond (Frontiers, 2015)
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  • Coughlan, Gillian; Igou, Eric Raymond; van Tilburg, Wijnand A.P.; Kinsella, Elaine Louise; Ritchie, Timothy D. (Sage Publications, 2017)
    We propose that boredom, a state associated with a sense of meaninglessness, leads to a psychological search for meaning in life, which in turn elevates affirmation of heroes. This hypothesis builds on the notion that ...
  • Kinsella, Elaine Louise (University of Limerick, 2012)
    This thesis documents a PhD research project, conducted over three years, that investigates the important features and functions associated with heroes. This programme of research was designed to add to the scant literature ...
  • Kinsella, Elaine Louise; Ritchie, Timothy D.; Igou, Eric Raymond (American Psychological Association, 2015)
    Heroes are ubiquitous in literature and popular discourse, yet little is known about cognitive representations of heroes. We examined lay conceptions of heroes using a prototype approach, compared heroes with other ...

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