Counterproductive work behaviour scale for Turkish employees: A reliability and validity study

Bilgiç, Reyhan
Yuce, Umran


Countertransference manifestations to chronically vs. acutely ill patients: the effects of therapists’ death anxiety and health behaviors
Süsen, Yankı; Bozo Özen, Özlem; Department of Psychology (2017)
The aim of the present dissertation is to determine the effects of both patients’ medical conditions and therapists’ death anxiety and health behaviors on affective, cognitive, and behavioral countertransference manifestations. A total of 100 par-ticipants having previously offered psychotherapy service and having conducted at least 10 therapy sessions up till the present study were included. After death anxiety and health behaviors levels of the participants were assessed via an online questionnaire set, p...
Compensatory nature of mixed stereotypes: an investigation of underlying mechanisms in the framework of stereotype content model
Aktan, Timuçin; Sakallı Uğurlu, Nuray; Department of Psychology (2012)
The present dissertation aims to investigate cognitive and motivational underpinnings of stereotype contents in differing contexts. This dissertation consisted of two related sections. In the first section, comparison was suggested as the cognitive process underlying the implicit competence and warmth attributions toward businesswomen and homemakers. Four studies using Go/No Go Association Task were conducted to investigate the comparison process. Findings of the studies indicated that comparison has a sign...
Psychometric adaption of the impulsive driver behavior scale in a Chinese sample
Ge, Yan; Qu, Weina; Zhou, Mu; Özkan, Türker; Bicaksiz, Pinar; Zhang, Kan (Elsevier BV, 2020-01-01)
Impulsivity plays an important role in aberrant driving behavior and crash involvement. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the reliability and validity of the Impulsive Driver Behavior Scale (IDBS, Bicaksiz & Ozkan, 2016a) with a Chinese sample. Two hundred and ninety-nine drivers completed the Chinese version of the Impulsive Driver Behavior Scale, the Driver Behavior Questionnaire, the Big Five Inventory and some social-demographic and traffic violation items. A confirmatory factor analysis indicat...
Qualitative Sacrifice for Quantitative Increase: The Case of the Turkish Higher Education
Emil, Serap (Studera Press, 2017-01-01)
Anticipatory effect of execution on observation: an approach using ExoPinch finger robot
Arikan, Kutluk Bilge; Zadeh, Hassan Gol Mohammad; Turgut, Ali Emre; ZİNNUROĞLU, MURAT; Bayer, Gozde; GÜNENDİ, ZAFER; CENGİZ, BÜLENT (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey, 2019-01-01)
Background/aim: This study aims to explore the mirror neuron system (MNS) involvement using mu (8-12 Hz)/beta (15-25 Hz) band suppression in an action observation-execution paradigm.
Citation Formats
R. Bilgiç and U. Yuce, “Counterproductive work behaviour scale for Turkish employees: A reliability and validity study,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, pp. 531–531, 2012, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: