Miriam King

Assistant Lecturer in Psychology

Biography

Miriam King is currently an Assistant Lecturer in Psychology for the BA (Hons) Psychology degree. An alumna of Carlow College, St Patrick’s, Miriam holds a First-Class BA (Hons), majoring in Psychology. Achieving firsts in every subject, on graduation Miriam was awarded the Constance Markievicz award for academic achievements. Miriam holds an MSc in Psychology from DCU and is a member of the Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI). Miriam was chosen to present her research entitled Do Dark Personalities Have Bright Creative Sides? An Exploration of the Relationship Between the Dark Tetrad and Creativity. at the 2022 Annual PSI Conference. Miriam’s research interests include dark personality traits, defence mechanisms, individual differences, and psychological disorders.

Research Interest

Dark Personality Traits, Defence Mechanisms, Individual Differences, and Psychological Disorders

Publications

Delegate at the 2022 Annual PSI Conference presenting her research entitled Do Dark Personalities Have Bright Creative Sides? An Exploration of the Relationship Between the Dark Tetrad and Creativity

Qualifications

BA in Arts and Humanities with Distinction

First-Class BA (Hons) in Arts and Humanities

MSc Psychology

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