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Impacts and experiences of psychiatric diagnosis: The case of autism

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Dr Cliódhna O’Connor is a social psychologist and Associate Professor in University College Dublin, where she leads the UCD Classification & Attribution Lab. Her research explores the social and psychological processes through which we classify individuals into social categories and attribute causal explanations for those groups’ characteristics. She is particularly interested in how scientific and clinical classifications influence self-concept and social identity, and has explored these links in a range of social contexts including gender stereotypes and psychiatric diagnosis. She holds degrees from Trinity College Dublin, the London School of Economics & Political Science and University College London.

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