Liverpool Skylilne

Natural Sciences and Psychology

Dr David McIlroy

Dr David McIlroy

Telephone: 0151 904 6303

Publications

Journal Articles

Denton P, McIlroy D. 2017. Response of students to statement bank feedback: the impact of assessment literacy on performances in summative tasks Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, :1-10 >DOI

Mcilroy D, Todd V, Palmer-Conn S, Poole K. 2016. Students’ Self-Reflections on their Personality Scores Applied to the Processes of Learning and Achievement Psychology Learning & Teaching, 15 :351-369 >DOI

Deryakulu D, Mcilroy D, Ursavas OF, Caliskan E. 2016. Intrapair Similarity of Computer Self-Efficacy in Turkish Adolescent Twins JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL COMPUTING RESEARCH, 54 :840-862 >DOI >Link

Ursavas OF, Yurdakul IK, Turk M, Mcilroy D. 2016. Measurement Invariance of the Digital Natives Assessment Scale Across Gender in a Sample of Turkish University Students JOURNAL OF EDUCATIONAL COMPUTING RESEARCH, 54 :513-530 >DOI >Link

McIlroy D, Poole K, Ursavas OF, Moriarty A. 2015. Distal and proximal associates of academic performance at secondary level: A mediation model of personality and self-efficacy LEARNING AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES, 38 :1-9 >DOI >Link

Ursavas OF, Sahin S, McIlroy D. 2014. The Role of Discipline in Determining Turkish Pre-Service Teachers' Behavioral Intentions to Use ICT EGITIM VE BILIM-EDUCATION AND SCIENCE, 39 :136-153 >DOI >Link

Todd VJ, McIlroy D. 2014. Application of Formalised Developmental Feedback for Feed-Forward to Foster Student Ownership of the Learning Process Psychology Learning & Teaching, 13 :137-143 >DOI

McIlroy D, USAVAS OF, Sahin S. 2011. Comparing United Kingdom and Turkish University students’ computer phobia levels. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences, :1271-1290

McIlroy D, Todd VT, Bunting BB. 2009. Individual Differences in Education: What do we know beyond ability? The Irish Journal of Psychology, 30 :147-161

Hulbert-Williams NJ, Hulbert-Williams SL, McIlroy D, Bunting B. 2008. Anxiety in recovery from severe burn injury: an experimental comparison. Psychol Health Med, 13 :162-167 >DOI >Link

Mcilroy D, Sadler C, Boojawon N. 2007. Computer phobia and computer self-efficacy: their association with undergraduates' use of university computer facilities COMPUTERS IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR, 23 :1285-1299 >DOI >Link

Gordon M, Killey M, Shevlin M, McIlroy D, Tierney K. 2003. The factor structure of the Computer Anxiety Rating Scale and the Computer Thoughts Survey COMPUTERS IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR, 19 :291-298 >DOI >Link

McIlroy D, Bunting B. 2002. Personality, behavior, and academic achievement: Principles for educators to inculcate and students to model CONTEMPORARY EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY, 27 :326-337 >DOI >Link

McIlroy D, Bunting B, Tierney K, Gordon M. 2001. The relation of gender and background experience to self-reported computing anxieties and cognitions COMPUTERS IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR, 17 :21-33 >DOI >Link

McIlroy D, Bunting B, Adamson G. 2000. An evaluation of the factor structure and predictive utility of a test anxiety scale with reference to students' past performance and personality indices. Br J Educ Psychol, 70 ( Pt 1) :17-32 >Link

McIlroy D. Technology acceptance model for teachers: T-TAM Journal of Theory and Practice in Education, >DOI

McIlroy D. Secondary level achievement: non-intellective factors implicated in the process and product of performance. Journal of Individual Differences Journal of Individual Differences,

McIlroy D, Palmer-Conn SE. Secondary level achievement: non-intellective factors implicated in the process and product of performance. Journal of Individual Differences Journal of Individual Differences,

McIlroy D, Robbins M, Francis L, Clarke R, Pritchard L. Three religious orientations and five personality factors: an exploratory study among adults in England Mental, Health, Religion & Culture, 13 :771-775 >DOI

Chapters

McIlroy D. 2009. Study, writing and revision skills for International business students. International Business SAGE 9781446202685

McIlroy D. 2008. Study, writing and revision skills for penology students. Penology SAGE 9781412948104

McIlroy D. 2008. Study, writing and revision skills for strategic management students. Strategic Management SAGE 9780857023148

McIlroy D. 2008. Study, writing and revision skills for human resource management students. Human Resource Management SAGE 9781412945103

McIlroy D. 2008. Study, writing and revision skills for financial accounting students. Financial Accounting SAGE Publications Limited 9781412935036

McIlroy D. 2007. Study, writing and revision skills for policing students. Policing SAGE 9781848605343

McIlroy D. 2007. Study, writing and revision skills for child protection students. Child Protection SAGE 9781412911795

McIlroy D. 2006. Study, writing and revision skills for travel and tourism students. Travel and Tourism SAGE Publications Limited 9781412922944

McIlroy D. 2006. Study, writing and revision skills for social psychology students. Social Psychology SAGE 9781412918411

McIlroy D. 2006. Study, writing and revision skills for cognitive psychology students. Cognitive Psychology Sage Publications Limited 9781412918398

McIlroy D. 2006. Study, writing and revision skills for cognitive psychology students. Cognitive Psychology Sage Publications Limited 9781412918398

McIlroy D. 2006. Study, writing and revision skills for management accountant students. Management Accounting SAGE 9781412918855

McIlroy D. 2006. Study, writing and revision skills for Criminology students. Criminology SAGE 9781412911337

McIlroy D. 2006. Study, writing and revision skills for criminology students. Criminology Sage Publications Ltd

McIlroy D. 2006. Study, writing and revision skills for marketing students. Marketing Sage Publications Limited

McIlroy D. 2006. Study, writing and revision skills for criminal justice students. Criminal Justice SAGE 9781412907071

Other

Denton P, mcilroy D. Student assessment literacy: One element of successful transition? LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference 2016.

Conference Publication (journal proceedings)

McIlroy D. Academic self-efficacy: An inner resource for learning and achievement Internation Federation of National Teaching Fellows: World Summit

McIlroy D. Applications of Test Anxiety and Academic Self-efficacy to learning and achievement.

McIlroy D. Countering Test Anxiety through Playfulness

Poole K, McIlroy D. The role of personality-related constructs in secondary education experience International STAR Conference

Poole K, McIlroy D. Test Anxiety: Its unique impact on secondary level students’ performance at subject specific level International STAR Conference

Poole K, Mcilroy D. Emotional Intelligence assessment in sophomore students: A strategy to inform and challenge personal growth planning

McIlroy D. Title: Personality-related measures and academic performance in secondary students: The value of a mediation model. British Psychological Society of Wales

McIlroy D. Title: The association of personality-related measures with academic performance in two Asian secondary schools (UK and Pakistan). Psychological Society of Ireland

McIlroy D. Title: Cognition and Emotionality in Test Anxiety: Debilitative and Facilitative impact on Academic Performance. STAR

Books

McIlroy D, Greasley A. Operations Management Sage Publications, London

McIlroy D, Stittle J, Wearing R. Financial Accounting

Engagement & Impact

Award:

Award title: National Teaching Fellowship Scheme, Awarding body: Higher Education Academy

Conference presentation:

Title of presentation: Personality and academic achievement: Test anxiety and academic self-efficacy as key mediators., Conference title: International STAR Conference, Place/location of conference: Cluj-Napoca, Romania., Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Applications of Test Anxiety and Academic Self-efficacy to learning and achievement., Conference title: Association of National Teaching Fellows Symposium, Place/location of conference: Aston University, Birmingham, England, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Academic self-efficacy: An inner resource for learning and achievement, Conference title: International Federation of National Teaching Fellows: World Summit, Place/location of conference: Birmingham, England, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Countering test anxiety through playfulness, Conference title: Association of National Teaching Fellows Annual Symposium, Place/location of conference: Birmingham, England, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Non-intellective associates of academic performance in Danish secondary students, Conference title: Psychological Society of Ireland Annual General Conference, Place/location of conference: Athlone, Ireland, Presentation type: Poster presentation

Title of presentation: Personality related variables in the process and product of achievment for undergraduate students, Conference title: HEIR2016 Conference ("Metrics that Matter"), Place/location of conference: Liverpool LJMU, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Application of personality traits to the processes of academic achievement, Conference title: Vancouver International Conference on the Psychology of Teaching, Place/location of conference: Vancouver, Canada, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Construct validity and utility of Islamophobia, Conference title: BPS Annual General Conference, Place/location of conference: ACC Liverpool, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Non-intellectvie constructs implicated in the process and pathway of academic achievement, Conference title: LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference, Place/location of conference: LJMU Redmonds Builidng, Presentation type: Oral presentation

Title of presentation: Non-intellectual associates of Grade Points Average and Teachers' predicted grades in secondary level students, Conference title: PSI Annual General Conference, Place/location of conference: Galway, Ireland, Presentation type: Oral presentation

External PGR examinations performed:

Name of University: Glyndwr University, Wales, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Ulster, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Portsmouth, Award student examined for: PhD

Fellowships:

Fellowship title: National Teaching Fellowship, Organisation: Higher Education Academy

Other invited event:

Title of event: Postraduate Training (UK National Event), Location: Hosted by Liverpool John Moores University, Description: Guest speaker in a training workshop for postgraduates in teaching

Title of event: Validation of a BSc (Hons.) Programme in Psychology, Location: London South Bank University, Description: A panel member for the validation of a Psychology programme (BSc., Hons) for London South Bank University Psychology developed by the British University of Egypt

Title of event: Postraduate Training (UK National Event), Location: Queens University Belfast, Description: Guest speaker in a training workshop for postgraduates in teaching

Title of event: Postraduate Training (UK National Event), Location: Abartay University, Dundee, Description: Guest speaker in a training workshop for postgraduates in teaching

Title of event: Postraduate Training (UK National Event), Location: University of Middlesex, Description: Guest speaker in a training workshop for postgraduates in teaching

Title of event: Annual Postgraduate Conference, Location: Cardiff University, Description: Keynote speaker at the annual conference for postgraduates who teach sponsered by the Higher Education Academy

Title of event: Technology Conference, Location: Trabzon University, Turkey, Description: Keynote speaker on the role of Technology in Education

Title of event: Validation for three Psychology/Social Science Programmes, Location: Dublin Business School, Description: Role of external validator for three undergraduate Psychology and Social Science Programmes

Title of event: Validation of three Psychology Programmes, Location: Glyndwr, Wrexham, Description: Role of external validator for undergraduate and postgraduate programmes

Title of event: Re-approval of Psychology Programmes, Location: Glasgow Caledonian University, Description: Validation role for Psychology programmes (BSC/BA)

Title of event: Periodic Review for Undergraduate and Postgraduate Psychology Programmes, Location: University of Portsmouth, Description: External consultant for review of Psychology programmes

Title of event: A flavour of Psychology, Location: Queens University Belfast, Description: Event sponsered by the Northern Ireland Branch of the British Psychological Society to attract students into Psychology

Other Professional Activity:

Describe the Professional Activities: Designed and constructed a course for Epigeum (based at Imperial College London) for an online course on Academic Integrity supported by elite UK universities, universities across the UK, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand. The course is used for new students coming to University

Describe the Professional Activities: Reviewer for International STAR conference (July, 2016, Croatia)

Public engagement:

Venue/location: Cardinal Heenan School Liverpool, Title of the activity: School Presentation, Type of activity: Interactive presentation, Audience type: Students and parents, Audience numbers: 15, Your role in the activity (e.g. organiser, invited speaker, participant etc.): Presenter to students and parents