Cognitive flexibility as a predictor of life satisfaction Does hope contribute to further prediction



Cognitive aspects of image zooming
Öncül, Gaye; Tarı, Sibel; Tekman, Hasan Gürkan; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2002)
In this work, digital image zooming methods and image distortion metrics are examined in terms of a quality criterion based on image appearance. Neurophysiological and psychophysical foundations of perception driven image distortion metrics are presented. Results of a comparative study based on both perceptual distortion metrics and conventional distortion metrics for standard zooming methods are discussed. Open problems in image quality definition as well as image enlargement methods are presented and impr...
Cognitive development of infants in institutional care settings, comparison with the low and high-SES family groups.
Ertekin, Zeynep; Kazak Berument, Sibel; Gunnar, Megan (null; 2019-09-01)
Research findings have indicated that children who were reared in institutions (e.g. orphanages) increasingly lag behind in cognitive development the longer they are in institutional care (Colvert et al., 2008; Smyke et al., 2007). Most of the studies were carried out with the previously institutionalized children. However, there is less study of infant’s development who are currently residing in institutions. Therefore, the aim of the current study is to compare cognitive development of infants currently i...
Cognitive aspects of personality disorders: influences of basic personality traits, cognitive emotion regulation, and interpersonal problems
Akyunus İnce, Miray; Gençöz, Tülin; Department of Psychology (2012)
The purpose of the study was to examine the influences of basic personality traits, cognitive emotion regulation and interpersonal problems on the cognitive aspects of personality disorders. 1298 adult participants (411 males and 887 females) between the ages of 18 and 68 (M = 26.85, sd = 7.95) participated in the study. In the first part of the study, Inventory of Interpersonal Problems was adapted to Turkish, and psychometric properties of the adapted inventory as well as Cognitive Emotion Regulation Ques...
Cognitive aspects of conceptual modeling diagrams : an experimental study
Kılıç, Özkan; Say, Bilge; Department of Cognitive Sciences (2007)
This thesis is about diagrammatic reasoning and error-finding in conceptual modeling diagrams. Specifically, the differences of the cognitive strategies and behaviors of notation-familiar participants versus domain-familiar participants working on conceptual modeling diagrams are inspected. The domain-familiar participants are experienced in the topic being represented, but they do not have any formal training in software development representations. On the other hand, the notation-familiar participants are...
Cognitive Advantages of Multilingual Learning on Metalinguistic Awareness, Working Memory and L1 Lexicon Size: Reconceptualization of Linguistic Giftedness from a DMM Perspective
Dolas, Ferhat; Jessner, Ulrike; Cedden, Gülay (2022-1-01)
The relation between multilingual learning and cognition through (linguistic) giftedness has not been studied yet in third language acquisition, multilingualism or cognition studies. Even though ‘giftedness’ appears to be enigmatic and advantageous in a number of areas, in the field of language learning it is not clear whether multilingual learning or giftedness fulfils the triggering role in a number of cognitive skills. For that purpose, the present study observed the possible cognitive advantages of mult...
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M. Muyan and A. G. Demir, “Cognitive flexibility as a predictor of life satisfaction Does hope contribute to further prediction,” 2016, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: