GoGreenEx Celebrates the Women Leading the Way in Environmental Science

March 8th is International Women’s Day. This year’s campaign theme is #BeBoldForChange. With that in mind, the team at GO

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Imagery and the Brain Seminar by Christopher R. Madan

Doctor Christopher R. Madan, a postdoctoral researcher working at the Department of Psychology at Boston College, presented a research seminar

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Research Seminar Presentation at UL by Chris Madan on “Movement imagery: Measurement and role in cognition”

The Dept. of Physical Education and Sport Sciences at the University of Limerick welcomes Dr. Christopher R. Madan (Boston College)

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PSI Event Going Green for Wellbeing: A Case Study Approach to Implementing Green Exercise

On Friday, October 14th, the Division of Sport, Exercise and Performance hosted a workshop chaired by Dr. Tadhg MacIntyre at

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Build it and They Will Come: Healthy Ireland Chair Keith Wood on Clarisford Park

Keith Wood, formerly one of Ireland’s most well-known rugby players, who has donned the Garryowen, Harlequins, Munster, Ireland and Lions

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The Irony of Pollution in Rio: What is the Cost to the athletes?

In our recent paper in Frontiers in Psychology [i] our research team use a transdisciplinary perspective, with researchers from psychology,

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First Publication of Go Green Ex Team: Frontiers in Psychology Online Journal

Our first publication with lead author  Dr. Aoife A. Donnelly has been published in the research topic Mental health challenges

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Building Partnerships Forum with Go Green EX: Practicing What You Preach!

Our research team, aligned with the Health Research Institute, at the University of Limerick was joined joined by our collaborators

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Managing Your Emotions Through Green Exercise Talk in Portlaoise

Laois Sports Partnership alongside Mental Health Ireland and researchers from the University of Limerick are pleased to invite the public

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Why Study ‘Blue Mind’ and ‘Green Exercise’?

These terms ‘blue mind’ and ‘green exercise’ may be unfamiliar to you, but they represent the recent interest by scientists

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