Social Research | Research Assistant
Terry McElvaney joined the ESRI in February 2017 and worked as a Research Assistant in the Behavioural Research Unit (BRU) until September 2018. During his time in the ESRI, he was heavily involved in the design, administration and analysis of novel experimental paradigms related to consumer decision making and evaluation.
Terry holds a B.Sc. in Psychology (2015) and an M.Sc in Cognitive Science (2016), awarded by DCU and UCD respectively. He is currently completing a PhD in Queen Mary University of London in the area of Cognitive Psychology. His research topic is on judicial judgments of guilt and innocence.
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Latest Publications: Do consumers understand PCP car finance? An experimental investigationDo consumers understand PCP car finance? An experimental investigationDo consumers understand PCP car finance? An experimental investigation
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