Social and enterprising areas involve interests toward dealing with complex data

Toker, Yonca
Açıkgöz, Yalçın
Online Meeting of the 35th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP 2020) (30 Haziran - 15 Temmuz 2020)


Social, cognitive and emotional strategies in the grief process
Aksöz Efe, İdil; Erdur Baker, Özgür; Department of Educational Sciences (2015)
The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of meta-mood processes, emotion regulation strategies, ruminative responses and perceptions of social constraints of bereaved individuals on their grief process. The sample of the study consisted of 708 bereaved adults, who had an experience of loss in the last five years. The Two-Track Model of Bereavement Questionnaire, Social Constraints Scale, Trait Meta-Mood Scale, Ruminative Responses Scale and Emotion Regulation Questionnaire were administered in ...
Social identification and altruism in diverse teams
Acar, Feride Pınar (Inderscience Publishers, 2014-01-01)
This paper investigates social identity and altruism in diverse teams. Past research identifies cooperative and altruistic behaviour as essential for team effectiveness. An important question concerns the extent to which individuals, as they interact with demographically dissimilar team members, will display altruism. This question is addressed drawing upon relational demography research and a social identity approach. The present study posits that identification with demographic subgroups within a diverse ...
Social indicators as indexes of neuroticism and extraversion
Lajunen, T (Elsevier BV, 2004-12-01)
Lynn and Hampson (1975) and recently Lester (2000) suggested that national level of extraversion (E) and neuroticism (N) could be assessed by using certain national indicators like suicide and divorce rates. In this study, Lynn and Hampson's (1975) and Lester's (2000) models were assessed by using 1990s data. Although Lynn and Hampson's original N and E factors correlated with EPQ N (r = 0.48) and E (r = 0.60) scores as hypothesised, the factor structure did not recur in the 1990s data. Factor analysis supp...
Social ecology challenges environmental participation: HES opposition cases in Turkey
Eryılmaz, Çağrı; Rittersberger Tılıç, Helga İda; Department of Sociology (2012)
The main research question of this thesis is “How can HES (small scale hydroelectricity plant) opposition be analyzed in terms of social ecology?” A second research question is raised to answer first one as “How can any environmental action be analyzed in terms of social ecology?” About ecological crisis, Murray Bookchin’s social ecology develops strong criticism against liberal environmentalism, deep ecology and Marxism and provides an alternative radical social change as Libertarian Municipalism (LM). Soc...
Social comparison as a determinant of self-presentation
Demir, Sıla; Özkan, Türker; Department of Psychology (2017)
As social beings people usually try to project the best image of themselves on their interaction partners. On other occasions, they try to create the image that they think will be advantageous for them in a certain way. These self-presentational efforts may be conscious or automatic, and may be triggered by some situational determinants and be associated with some personality characteristics. Besides, social comparison tendencies may also be associated with self-presentation. People often compare themselves...
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Y. Toker and Y. Açıkgöz, “Social and enterprising areas involve interests toward dealing with complex data,” presented at the Online Meeting of the 35th Annual Conference of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology (SIOP 2020) (30 Haziran - 15 Temmuz 2020), Texas, United States, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: