Books

·        Connolly, I., Palmer, M., Barton, H., and Kirwan, G. (Eds.) (2016). An Introduction to Cyberpsychology. Abingdon, England: Routledge.

·        Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (Eds.) (2014). Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader. Hove, England / New York: Psychology Press.

·        Kirwan, G. and Power, A. (2013). Cybercrime: The Psychology of Online Offenders. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

·        Kirwan, G. and Power, A. (2012). The Psychology of Cyber Crime: Concepts and Principles. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

 

Articles, Book Chapters and Conference Proceedings

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2016). Introduction to Cyberpsychology. In I. Connolly, M. Palmer, H. Barton and G. Kirwan (Eds.) An Introduction to Cyberpsychology  (pp. 3-14). Abingdon, England: Routledge.

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2016). Computer Mediated Communication and Online Media. In I. Connolly, M. Palmer, H. Barton and G. Kirwan (Eds.) An Introduction to Cyberpsychology  (pp. 31-44). Abingdon, England: Routledge.

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2016). Privacy and Trust Online. In I. Connolly, M. Palmer, H. Barton and G. Kirwan (Eds.) An Introduction to Cyberpsychology (pp. 124-135). Abingdon, England: Routledge.

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2016). Forensic Cyberpsychology. In I. Connolly, M. Palmer, H. Barton and G. Kirwan (Eds.) An Introduction to Cyberpsychology. (pp. 139-152) Abingdon, England: Routledge.

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2016). Psychological Applications of Virtual Reality. In I. Connolly, M. Palmer, H. Barton and G. Kirwan (Eds.) An Introduction to Cyberpsychology (pp. 271-285). Abingdon, England: Routledge.

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2016). The Psychology of Artificial Intelligence. In I. Connolly, M. Palmer, H. Barton and G. Kirwan (Eds.) An Introduction to Cyberpsychology  (pp. 286-298). Abingdon, England: Routledge.

·        Kirwan, G. (2015). Health psychology online. In A. Attrill (Ed.) Cyberpsychology (pp. 164-182). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

·        Kirwan, G. (2015). Psychology and Security: Utilising psychological and communication theories to promote safer cloud security behaviours. In R. Ko and K-K. R. Choo (Eds.) The Cloud Security Ecosystem: Technical, Legal, Business and Management Issues (pp. 269-281). Elsevier.

·        Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2015). Privacy and security risks online. In A. Attrill (Ed.) Cyberpsychology (pp. 233-248). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

·        Connolly, I, Hurley, O., Kirwan, G., Power, A., & Rooney, B. (2015). Social media and networking behaviour. In A. Attrill (ed.) Cyberpsychology (pp. 88-107). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

·        Kirwan, G. (2014). Scripts and sensationalism: The depiction of forensic psychology in fictional media. The Irish Psychologist, June 2014, 40 (8) 224-225.

·        Kirwan, G. and Power, A. (2014). What is Cyberpsychology? In A. Power and G. Kirwan (Eds.) Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader (pp. 3-14). Hove, England / New York: Psychology Press.

·        Fox-Hamilton, N. and Kirwan, G. (2014). A cross-cultural comparison of deception in online dating profiles using language analysis. In A. Power and G. Kirwan (Eds.) Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader (pp. 49-59). Hove, England / New York: Psychology Press.

·        May, P. and Kirwan, G. (2014). Virtual Assistants: Trust and adoption in telecommunication customer support. In A. Power and G. Kirwan (Eds.) Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader (pp. 75-90). Hove, England / New York: Psychology Press.

·        Coghlan, E. and Kirwan, G. (2014). Gender-bending in virtual worlds: Investigating Need for Achievement between goal-orientated and non-goal orientated environments. In A. Power and G. Kirwan (Eds.) Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader (pp. 91-100). Hove, England / New York: Psychology Press.

·        O’Connell, R. and Kirwan, G. (2014). Protection Motivation Theory and Online Activities. In A. Power and G. Kirwan (Eds.) Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader (pp.139-148). Hove, England / New York: Psychology Press.

·        Price, K. and Kirwan, G. (2014). Personality caught in the social net: Facebook Phishing. In A. Power and G. Kirwan (Eds.) Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader (pp.126-135). Hove, England / New York: Psychology Press.

·        Reilly, K. and Kirwan, G. (2014). Online identity theft: An investigation of the differences between victims and non-victims with regard to anxiety, precautions and uses of the Internet. In A. Power and G. Kirwan (Eds.) Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader (pp. 112-125). Hove, England / New York: Psychology Press.

·        Aiken, M. and Kirwan, G. (2014). The Psychology of Cyberchondria and ‘Cyberchondria by Proxy’. In A. Power and G. Kirwan (Eds.) Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader (pp.158-169). Hove, England / New York: Psychology Press.

·        Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2014). The Future of Cyberpsychology. In A. Power and G. Kirwan (Eds.) Cyberpsychology and New Media: A Thematic Reader (pp. 231-235). Hove, England / New York: Psychology Press.

·        Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2012). Out-thinking the cybercriminal. Modern Medicine: The Irish Journal of Clinical Medicine, 42(2), 58-62.

·        Aiken, M., Kirwan, G., Berry, M. and O’Boyle, C. (2012). The Age of Cyberchondria. Royal College of Surgeons Ireland (RCSI) Student Medical Journal , 5, 71-74.

·        Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2012, July). Trust, Ethics and Legal Aspects of Social Computing. In G. Dodig-Crnkovic, A. Rotolo, G. Sartor, J. Simon and C. Smith (Chairs), Social Turn – Social Computing – Social Cognition – Social Networks and Multi-agent Systems. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB) and International Association for Computing and Philosophy (IACAP) World Congress 2012 – Alan Turing 2012, Birmingham, England

·        Kirwan, G. and Rooney, B. (2012, July). The judgement of emotion and intellectual ability in character dialogue of Blade Runner and Star Trek: The Next Generation. In C. Dowd (Chair), Turing Arts Symposium 2012. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB) and International Association for Computing and Philosophy (IACAP) World Congress 2012 – Alan Turing 2012, Birmingham, England

·        Kirwan, G. and Power, A. (2011). Hacking: Legal and Ethical Aspects of an Ambiguous Activity. In A. Dudley, J. Braman, & G. Vincenti (Eds.) Investigating Cyber Law and Cyber Ethics: Issues, Impacts and Practices (pp. 21-36). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

·        Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2011). Ethics and Legal Aspects of Virtual Worlds. In A. Dudley, J. Braman, & G. Vincenti (Eds.) Investigating Cyber Law and Cyber Ethics: Issues, Impacts and Practices (pp. 117-131). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

·        Power, K., Kirwan, G., & Palmer, M. (2011). A comparison of text and technology based training tools to improve cognitive skills in older adults. In B.K. Wiederhold, S. Bouchard & G. Riva (Eds.) Annual Review of Cybertherapy and Telemedicine 2011: Advanced Technologies in Behavioral, Social and Neurosciences (pp. 98-102). Amsterdam: IOS Press.

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2010). Cyberpsychology: Emerging Research in Emerging Environments. Irish Journal of Psychology, 31 (1-2), 69-84.

·        Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2010). Online Identities in Virtual Worlds. In. R. Donnelly, J. Harvey and K.C. O’Rourke (eds.) Critical Design and Effective Tools for E-Learning in Higher Education: Theory into Practice (pp. 39-54). Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.

·        Power, K., Kirwan, G. and Palmer, M. (2010). Use of the Wechsler Memory Scale – Third Edition Abbreviated (WMS-III Abbreviated) with older adults. The Irish Psychologist, June 2010, 36 (8) 202-203.

·        Kirwan, G. (2009). Presence and the Victims of Crime in Online Virtual Worlds. Proceedings of Presence 2009. The 12th Annual International Workshop on Presence. Los Angeles, November 11-13.

·        Kirwan, G.H. and O’Connell, M. F. (2001). Crime Victimisation in Dublin Revisited. Irish Criminal Law Journal, 2, 10-13. 

  • Kirwan, G.H. (2000). Geographical Distribution of Crime in Dublin and Other Cities. Pages: Postgraduate Journal of Research in Progress, University College Dublin, 7, 89-95 

 

Conference presentations and posters

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2015, November). Emotional, tentative and causation language use in online pregnancy loss boards. Presented at the 45th Annual Conference of the Psychological Society of Ireland, Galway.

·        Kirwan, G. (2015, September). Holding out for the 14th week: Online information and support seeking during early pregnancy, miscarriage and infertility. Keynote presented at the 3rd Social Networking in Cyberspace conference (SNIC 2015), University of Wolverhampton, England.

·        Fox Hamilton, N., Fullwood, C., & Kirwan, G. (2015, September). Gender differences in personality trait detection and attraction in computer mediated texts. Presented at the 3rd Social Networking in Cyberspace conference (SNIC 2015), University of Wolverhampton, England.

·        Boylan, P. & Kirwan, G. (2015, September). Active vs. passive Virtual Reality distraction techniques in the reduction of subjective experience of experimentally induced physical discomfort. Presented at the 3rd Social Networking in Cyberspace conference (SNIC 2015), University of Wolverhampton, England.

·        Fox Hamilton, N., Fullwood, C., & Kirwan, G. (2015, June). Language in Online Dating Profiles: Trait Identification, Homophily, and Their Effect on Attraction. Presented at the 20th Cyberpsychology, Cybertherapy and Social Networking Conference (CYPSY20), La Jolla, California.

·        Kirwan, G. (2015, March). Virtual Reality in Psychological Research and Therapy. Pre-conference workshop presented at the 5th ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies Congress (ARUPS 2015), Singapore.

·        Kirwan, G. (2015, March). Searching For Reassurance While Fearing the Worst. Optimism and Pessimism in Online Pregnancy Loss Boards During Suspected Miscarriage. Presented at the 5th ASEAN Regional Union of Psychological Societies Congress (ARUPS 2015), Singapore.

·        Carroll, J., Kirwan, G., Buckley, J., & Hurley, O. (2014, November). Context reinstatement of eyewitness memory using virtual environments. In B. Rooney (Chair) Symposium of Papers in Media, Arts and Cyberpsychology. Symposium conducted at the 44th Annual Psychological Society of Ireland Conference, Kilkenny, Ireland.

·        Fox-Hamilton, N., Fullwood, C., Kirwan, G., & Laffan, D. (2014, November). The language of love: The effect of personality expressed in language on online dating profile attractiveness. In B. Rooney (Chair) Symposium of Papers in Media, Arts and Cyberpsychology. Symposium conducted at the 44th Annual Psychological Society of Ireland Conference, Kilkenny, Ireland. 

·        Carroll, J., Kirwan, G. and Buckley, J. (2014, March). Context reinstatement of eyewitness memory using virtual environments. Poster presented at the 15th International Conference on Presence ISPR, University of Vienna.

·        Kirwan, G. (2013, October). Understanding the cybercriminal: Application of forensic psychology and criminological theories to cybercriminal incidents. Presented at Cyber Threat Summit 2013, International Cyber Threat Task Force, Online.

·        Kirwan, G., Rooney, B., Fullwood, C. and Power, A. (2013, July). Victim susceptibility characteristics and experiences of social networking site fraud. Presented at the Social Networking in Cyberspace Conference 2013, University of Wolverhampton, England.

·        Kirwan, G. and Power, A. (2013, March). Sympathy, Business and Death-Bed Pleas: Psychological Manipulations in Advance Fee Fraud. Presented at the Anti-Phishing Working Group eCrime Researchers Sync-up. Dublin, Ireland.

·        Kirwan, G. and Buckley, J. (2012, November). Context reinstatement using virtual reality as an aid to eyewitness memory. Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Psychological Society of Ireland Conference. Cork, Ireland.

·        Kirwan, G. (2012, November). Encouraging critical thinking skills in psychology through the use of debates. Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Psychological Society of Ireland Conference. Cork, Ireland.

·        Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2012, October). The Psychology of Cybercrime. Internet Research 13. Salford, England.

·        Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2012, July). Exploitation of decision-making processes and emotional reactions by cybercriminals. Paper presented at the 2nd Cyberpsychology and Computer Psychology Conference. Bolton, England.

·        Fox-Hamilton, N., & Kirwan, G. (2012, July). A cross-cultural comparison of deception using language analysis in Irish and American online dating profiles. Paper presented at the 2nd Cyberpsychology and Computer Psychology Conference. Bolton, England.

·        Kirwan, G. (2012, June). Human psychological processes in online crime. Interdisciplinary Workshop on Security and Human Behaviour, New York.

·        Aiken, M. P., Kirwan, G. H., Berry, M. J. & O’Boyle, C.A. (2012, April). “Cyberchondria: The Impact of Technology on Somatoform Disorders” In M. Khaled. (Chair), Comorbidity within Psychiatric Disorders and Medical Illness conference. 8th International Conference on Psychiatry, Jeddah

·        Power, A. and Kirwan, G. (2012, March) Exploitation of human psychological processes in online crime. eCrime Researchers sync-up, University College Dublin.

·        Power, K., Kirwan, G., & Palmer, M. (2011). The use of text and technology based training tools to improve cognitive skills in older adults [Abstract]. Journal of CyberTherapy & Rehabilitation, 4, 157-159.

·        Power, K., Kirwan, G., & Palmer, M. (2011, June 19-22). The use of text and technology based training tools to improve cognitive skills in older adults. Paper presented at the 16th Cyberpsychology and Cybertherapy Conference, Gatineau, Canada. 

·        Aiken, M. & Kirwan, G. (2011). Prognoses for Diagnoses: Medical Search Online and “Cyberchondria” [Abstract]. International Conference for Healthcare and Medical Students Abstract Book, 1, 82.

·        Aiken, M. & Kirwan, G. (2011, November, 4-5). Prognoses for Diagnoses: Medical Search Online and “Cyberchondria”. Poster session presented at the International Conference for Healthcare and Medical Students, Dublin Ireland

  • Power, A. & Kirwan, G.H. (2010) "Online Identities in Virtual Worlds" in Society for Research into Higher Education, Celtic Manor, Wales.

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2010, April 23). Effects of ‘criminal victimisation’ in online virtual worlds. Presented at the Social Networking in Cyberspace Conference, Wolverhampton, UK.

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2009, November 20-21). Victim facilitation and blaming in cybercrime cases. Presented at Cyberspace 2009. Brno, Czech Republic.

·        Kirwan, G.H. (2008, November 28-29). Juror behaviour in hacker trials. Presented at Cyberspace 2008. Brno, Czech Republic.

·        Kirwan, G.H., Palmer, M & Power, A. (2008, March). MSc in Cyberpsychology at IADT, Ireland. Poster presented at the General Online Research Conference, Hamburg.

·        Power, A., Kirwan, G., and Palmer, M. (2008, March). ‘MSc in Cyberpsychology at IADT, Ireland’. Presented at the Psychology Learning and Teaching Conference (PLAT2008)

·        Kirwan, G. H. (2006, November 9-12). Interpersonal relationship skills and attitudes of computer hackers. Presented at the 37th Annual Conference of the Psychological Society of Ireland. Galway, Ireland.

·        Kirwan, G. H. (2006, June 20-22). Ethics and Interpersonal Relationship Skills Among Computer Hackers.  Presented at the 2006 Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society’s Division of Forensic Psychology. Preston, England.

 

·        Kirwan, G. H. (2006, May 12-14). Attitudes, Motivations and Demographic Characteristics of Computer Hackers. Presented at the 2006 Annual Conference of the British Psychological Society, Northern Ireland Branch. Belfast, Northern Ireland.