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School of Psychology
Academic Staff
looks like Dr. Emma Delemere
Phone number: 01 700
Glasnevin Campus
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Academic biography

Dr Emma Delemere is an Assistant Professor at the DCU School of Psychology. Emma has a B.A. Psychology from Maynooth University, an M.sc. in Applied Behaviour Analysis from Queen's University Belfast, and a PhD in Psychology from Maynooth University, and is a Board Certified Behaviour Analyst in good standing. While employed as a researcher in the Centre of Innovative Human Systems at Trinity College Dublin she worked on the SafePASS H2020, EVIDENT H2020 and TRACT projects. Working with industry, academic, policy and stakeholder organisations across Europe, these projects sought to explore the behavioural factors impacting both pro-environmental and safety-critical behaviours. Emma has over 10 years experience working with community stakeholders and non-governmental organisations to establish shared goals and drive meaningful change using behavioural science. 

Research Interests

Emma is interested in exploring how behavioural science can be applied to solve complex social challenges, particularly in the areas of health and sustainability. Interests include the psychosocial impacts of chronic and serious illness (particularly paediatric cancer), connected health, psychological flexibility, acceptance and commitment therapy, pro-environmental behaviour change, behavioural biases, community behavioural psychology and sustainability.