Kevin Lynch

Kevin holds a BA in Marketing with a focus on digital technologies, A higher Diploma in Psychology and is currently studying to complete a Master’s in Applied Psychology. His research to date has mainly focused on using technology to facilitate psychological interventions and create lasting behavioural change.

At Trinity College Dublin, Kevin is a Research Assistant where he is combining his Marketing and Psychology background to assist in the management of an MQ-funded project aimed at developing an algorithmic tool to help clinicians make more personalised treatment decisions for mental health patients – using web-based data collection, cognitive tests, computational modelling, and machine learning.

Publications:

Meredith Orr, P. Landy, O. Lynch, K. McLoughlin, D. O’Rourke, N. Sheridan, C. Tuohey, M. (2016) ‘Patrick Pearse: Psychobiographical Reflections on an Enigmatic, Paradoxical Personality’ Studies in Arts and Humanities, Vol 2,

Lynch, K. and Hogan, J. (2012) ‘How Irish political parties are using SNS to reach Generation Z: An insight into a new online social network in a small democracy’, Irish Communications Review, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 83-98.