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Dr John Kremer is visiting researcher in Psychology at Queen's University, Belfast. Aidan Moran is Professor of Cognitive Psychology at University College, Dublin. Graham Walker is Professor of Political History at Queen's University, Belfast. Professor Cathy Craig is Head of the Psychology School at Queen's University, Belfast.
Aidan Moran, Cathy Craig, Graham Walker, John M. D. Kremer