At Carlow College, Dr Condon teaches: Introduction to Psychology and Research Methods, Child Developmental Psychology, Social Psychology, Abnormal Psychology and Clinical Psychology, Forensic Psychology, Community Psychology, Organisational Psychology. Dr Candice Condon completed her Ph.D. in the Department of Psychology at the University of Limerick. She completed her postdoctoral research in cognitive impairment and dementia at the Medical School, University of Limerick. She secured highly competitive funding for her research from the Irish Research Council (Humanities and Social Sciences), the Health Research Board and was also awarded a Ph.D. scholarship for academic excellence by the University of Limerick.
She has published articles in psychology and presented her research findings at numerous academic conferences in Ireland, Europe and the United States. She has ongoing collaboration with researchers at the HSE, University of Limerick and St. Xavier University (Illinois). She has previously taught at the University of Limerick where she also completed the Specialist Diploma in Education for Third Level Lecturers and Researchers.
Candice’s main interests are in the areas of shared memory, conformity, interpersonal relationships, trust, anxiety, depression and more broadly, cognitive psychology, social psychology and social statistics.
Condon, C. E. (2017). Effects of Interpersonal Relationships on Shared Reminiscence: Whose Memory is it? Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Effects-Interpersonal-Relationships-Shared-Reminiscence/dp/1443895210)
Condon, C. E., Leonard, M., McInerney, S., McFarland, J., et al. (2016). Comparison of cognitive and neuropsychiatric profiles in hospitalised elderly medical patients with delirium, dementia and comorbid delirium–dementia. British Medical Journal, 6(3),e009212. doi: 10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009212.
Condon, C. E., Ritchie, T. D., & Igou, E. R. (2014). How dyads’ reminiscence interactively moderates the relations between familiarity, trust, and memory conformity. Social Psychology, 46 (2), 65-75. doi: 10.1027/1864 9335/a000222.
Condon, C. E., Ritchie, T. D., & Igou, E. R. (2015-Pending). Flashbulb memory conformity: Effects of familiarity on shared dyadic retrieval for the events of September 11th, 2001.
Condon, C. E., Ritchie, T. D., & Igou, E. R. (2015-Pending). Image recording technology and memory conformity: Effects of dyadic trust on shared memory. Manuscript to be submitted.
Condon, C. E., Ritchie, T. D., & Igou, E. R. (2012). How much of that memory is really mine? Shared memory among dyads. Irish Psychologist, 38 (6).
Selection of Conference Presentations
Condon, C. E. (2014). A comparison of cognitive and neurocognitive profiles in hospitalised elderly medical patients with delirium, dementia, comorbid delirium-dementia, and cognitively intact controls. University Hospital Limerick Research Symposium, Limerick, October, 2014.
Condon, C. E. (2014): iTracker project: Using customized eye-tracking technology in the healthy volunteer and cognitively-impaired subject setting. Oral presentation at Limerick-Midwest and Midlands Psychiatry Services Bi-Annual Symposium, Graduate Entry Medical School, University of Limerick, May, 2014.
Condon, C. E., Ritchie, T. D., & Igou, E. R. (2013). Shared memory: Effects of dyadic familiarity and interpersonal trust. Invited Speaker, Department of Psychology Colloquium.
Condon, C. E., Ritchie, T. D., & Igou, E. R. (2012). I remember that, but is it my memory? Shared dyadic memory. Annual Convention for the Association for Psychological Science (APS), Chicago, May, 2012. Poster presentation.
Condon, C. E., Ritchie, T. D., & Igou, E. R. (2012). How much of that memory is really mine? Shared memory among dyads. Conference for Psychology Students Ireland (CPSI), Queens, Belfast, February, 2012. Winner of best postgraduate poster presentation.
B.A. in Psychology with Arts (WIT); M.Sc. in Psychology, M.A. in Teaching, Learning and Scholarship, Ph.D. Psychology (University of Limerick); Postdoctoral Researcher (University of Limerick)