Owen Jump

Owen Jump
University College Cork | UCC · School of Applied Psychology

Doctor of Psychology

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Introduction
Owen Jump is a Lecturer in the Centre for the Integration of Research Teaching & Learning UCC, and has completed a PhD in Applied Psychology. Owen has previously worked in the area of drug rehabilitation, suicide prevention and mental health intervention for vulnerable populations. Current research interests include; physiological measurement techniques, mental health interventions, community-based participatory research, virtual reality, and research in teaching and learning.

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Publications (10)
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This publication documents the key findings to emerge from a qualitative study of young parents experiencing homelessness in Ireland. The research aimed to identify the pathways into homelessness for a cohort of young parents (18–24 years), to understand their experiences of homeless services, and to examine the potential barriers they face in exit...
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Ideas of help seeking in males typically begin with stereotypical concepts of masculinity and stigma. However viewing help seeking from these perspectives may be simplistic and doesn’t address the intricacies of how group processes and personal beliefs exert influence on help seeking during a time of need. Our findings suggest that stereotypical vi...
Article
Mapping the psychobiological correlates of social contexts, experiences, and emotional responses of adolescents in their daily lives provides insight into how adolescent well‐being shapes, and is shaped by, experience. Measures of these psychobiological correlates are enabled by devices and technologies that must be precise and suitable for adolesc...
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Abstract: Models of psychobiological stress reactivity have a foundation in the measurement of responses to standardized stress tasks. Tasks with anticipatory phases have been proposed as an effective method of stress induction, either as a stand-alone task or replacement constituent elements for existing stressor paradigms. Tasks utilizing singing...
Article
Molecular biology theory represents a critical scaffold which underpins multiple disciplines within life sciences education. However, it is well documented that undergraduate students can struggle to achieve deeper understanding of key concepts and/or their application. One challenging, contributory aspect is the “invisible” nature of molecular bio...
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The rapidly expanding biotechnology sector horizon is expected to create a surge in demand for expertise underpinning cell and gene therapies, which are recognized as the next generation of medicines. New and innovative approaches to implement active and performative learning in the Molecular Life Sciences are required to support this and to addres...
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Models of psychobiological stress reactivity have a foundation in the measurement of responses to standardised stress tasks. Anticipatory tasks utilising singing as a stimulus have been proposed as an effective method of stress induction, either as a stand-alone task or replacement constituent for other stressor paradigms, such as the Trier Social...

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