Visual Methods in Psychology: Using and Interpreting Images in Qualitative Research

Ercan, Nilufer


Rejection Sensitivity, Self-Esteem Instability, and Relationship Outcomes The Mediating Role of Responsibility Attributions
Goncu, Asli; Sümer, Nebi (Hogrefe Publishing Group, 2011-01-01)
This study examined whether responsibility attributions for self and partner behaviors differentially mediate the link between rejection sensitivity (RS), unstable self-esteem (USE), and relationship outcomes (i.e., violence and silencing the self, STS). Individuals in dating relationships in Turkey (N = 177) completed the measures of attributions for self and partner behaviors, RS, USE, violence, and STS. The results indicated that RS and USE had indirect effects on violence via attributions for partner be...
Event components in autobiographical memories
Dijkstra, Katinka; Mısırlısoy, Mine (Informa UK Limited, 2006-10-01)
Autobiographical memories contain activity, location, temporal, and participant information (Lancaster & Barsalou, 1997). Our study analysed potential dominance of activity information in autobiographical memories. The results indicated stability in dominance of the activity component, defined as similar occurrence in first and subsequent reports, and a relative absence of the temporal component in these verbal reports. Activity dominance also occurred when activity information from the verbal reports was u...
Womanhood, dignity and faith - Reflections on an Islamic woman's life story
Ozdalga, E (SAGE Publications, 1997-11-01)
Reveiling has been an important part of the Islamic revivalist movements of the last decades. In Turkey, where secularism has been part of the official state ideology since the 1920s, reveiling has caused deep controversies. This article deals with the socio-political context in which the conflict over veiling has been carried out, the legal aspects of veiling, and how veiling and the controversy around this Islamic practice has been experienced by young veiling women themselves. In order to Throw light on ...
Exploring the Link Between Emotional and Behavioral Dysregulation: A Test of the Emotional Cascade Model
Tuna, Ezgi; Bozo Özen, Özlem (Informa UK Limited, 2014-01-01)
The emotional cascade model (Selby, Anestis, & Joiner, 2008) posits that the link between emotional and behavioral dysregulation may be through emotional cascades, which are repetitive cycles of rumination and negative affect that result in an intensification of emotional distress. Dysregulated behaviors, such as non-suicidal self-injury, are used to reduce aversive emotions and distract the person from ruminative processes. The aim of the present study was to investigate the emotional cascade model in a no...
Testing Practices in the 21st Century Developments and European Psychologists' Opinions
Evers, Arne; Muniz, Jose; Bartram, Dave; Boben, Dusica; Egeland, Jens; Fernandez-Hermida, Jose R.; Frans, Orjan; Gintiliene, Grazina; Hagemeister, Carmen; Halama, Peter; Iliescu, Dragos; Jaworowska, Aleksandra; Jimenez, Paul; Manthouli, Marina; Matesic, Krunoslav; Schittekatte, Mark; Sümer, Hayriye Canan; Urbanek, Tomas (Hogrefe Publishing Group, 2012-01-01)
The main goal of the European Federation of Psychologists' Associations (EFPA) Standing Committee on Tests and Testing (SCTT) is the improvement of testing practices in European countries. In order to reach this goal, the SCTT carries out various actions and projects, some of which are described in this paper. To better inform its work, it decided to survey the opinions of professional psychologists on testing practices. A questionnaire of 33 items was administered to a sample of 12,606 professional psychol...
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N. Ercan, Visual Methods in Psychology: Using and Interpreting Images in Qualitative Research. 2013, p. 268.