“Focusing on Success: Doing Your Best When It Matters Most” , this will be the title of a very Special TALK planned for the “Lawyers’ Business Development Club” in DUBLIN.
Expert : Advised Sport Stars ( e.g. Padraig Harrington )
One of the foremost experts in the field of mental imagery and concentration techniques will deliver what promises to be a fascinating lecture to us.
Our Guest Speaker also applied his knowledge in the real world of competitive sport, assisting many of Ireland’s top athletes and teams from Olympians to elite golfers ( including the three-time major winner : PADRAIG HARRINGTON ).
Guest Speaker : PROFESSOR AIDAN MORAN
PROFESSOR AIDAN MORAN ( author of “The Psychology of Concentration in Sports Performers” ) will be our Special Guest Speaker.
Aidan Moran is the Professor of Cognitive Psychology at University College, Dublin. His more detailed profile is below.
As noted above, Professor Moran’s lecture will be entitled:
“ Focusing on Success: Doing Your Best When It Matters Most ”
“Concentration”, or the ability to focus on what is most important in any situation while ignoring distractions, is vital for successful performance in everyday life (e.g., in business, law, sport). But how can we learn to concentrate effectively ?
In this TALK, Professor Moran will draw on his research findings and extensive consultancy experience to provide some practical concentration techniques that will help people to do their best when it matters most.
Professor Aidan Moran (School of Psychology, UCD)
Aidan Moran is Professor of Cognitive Psychology and Director of the Psychology Research Laboratory in University College, Dublin.
He and his research team investigate the cognitive processes underlying expertise in skilled performance in sport and medical surgery using a combination of eye-tracking technology (see UCD Innovation video on his work ) and experimental measures of mental/motor imagery.
A Fulbright Scholar, he has gained an international reputation for his research on concentration and mental imagery in sport performers.
He has written/co-authored 15 books, 3 ebooks (in association with MindCool Productions) and is the inaugural Editor-in-Chief of the International Review of Sport and Exercise Psychology (IRSEP; Taylor and Francis, Oxford).
He has published many scientific papers in high-impact, international journals in psychology (e.g., Journal of Applied Psychology), medicine (e.g., Annals of Surgery) and sport science (e.g., Exercise and Sports Sciences Reviews).
Aidan has advised many of Ireland’s leading professional athletes (e.g., golfer Pádraig Harrington) and teams (e.g., the Irish rugby team) and is a former psychologist to the Irish Olympic Squad.
He is a highly experienced radio and television broadcaster in psychology and is a regular speaker at academic conferences and corporate events in Ireland and abroad.
A full list of his publications is available on this link:
This will be an exclusive Event with only a limited number of places available.
It will be held in our stunning venue : The Stephen’s Green Hibernian Club.
This Event will also take place at lunchtime ( and not at our usual breakfast time ).
Guest Speaker: Professor Aidan Moran (School of Psychology, UCD)
Date: Wednesday, 30 April 2014
Time: 12.30 p.m. to 2.00 p.m.
Cost: 20 euros (payable on the door).
Venue: The Stephen’s Green HIbernian Club
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