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University of Galway.- Ian Stewart & Denis O'Hora (RFT/ACT processes; MSc, PhD; IRE)


Dr. Stewart's research interests span both the experimental analysis of language and cognition and applications of RFT to education and other settings. Current RFT projects include investigation of temporal and hierarchical relational responding; analysis of relational repertoires using the Implicit Relational Assessment Procedure (IRAP) and the Function Acquisition Speed Test (FAST); assessing analogical reasoning in young children; assessment and training of relational framing in young children; and investigation of the precursor skills required for arbitrarily applicable relational responding.  
Denis investigates the dynamics of learning and decision making and the application of psychological science to societal issues including sustainable consumption, pro-environmental behaviour and occupational safety. His RFT interests lie in understanding how affect contributes to decision making and how affective responses are related to cultural and other verbal practices.




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