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EXAMINING ANTECEDENTS OF PERCEIVED PARENTING IN DAILY LIFE AND DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: A PROCESS OF PARENTING MODEL PERSPECTIVE
İplikçi, Ayşe Büşra; Kazak Berument, Sibel; Department of Psychology (2021-8-25)
This thesis examined the antecedents of parental rejection in everyday life and stressful conditions. Study 1 examined the role of parents' education, depression, and socialization goals; marital conflict, and social suppo...
Does Self-Compassion Involve Non-Avoidance? Testing a Revised Self-Compassion Scale
Kısa, Gazi; Öner Özkan, Bengi; Department of Psychology (2021-8-10)
Self-compassion involves having a balanced awareness of ones' feelings, acknowledging the fragility of the human condition and being kind to oneself. It originates from the Buddhist philosophy and is measured with a self-r...
The role of expectation and experience in the control of attention
İleri Tayar, Merve; Mısırlısoy, Mine; Atalay, Nart Bedin; Department of Psychology (2021-8)
Cognitive control is the ability to exhibit goal-directed and flexible behavior by suppressing automatic and unintended behaviors. The Stroop task, which contains congruent and incongruent items, is commonly used to invest...
MOTHER-SHAMING MEMORIES: THE ROLE OF MATERNAL SELF-DISCREPANCY ON NEGATIVE EMOTIONS AND SHAMING EXPERIENCES OF MOTHERS
Türe, Didem; Şahin Acar, Başak; Beşpınar Akgüner, Fatma Umut; Department of Psychology (2021-7-30)
Perfect motherhood expectations legitimize criticizing women about their mothering and expose them to mom-shaming. The discrepancy between ideal maternal self, which was created by the definition of perfect motherhood, and...
PREFERRED LEVEL OF VEHICLE AUTOMATION IN TURKEY AND SWEDEN: IN ASSOCIATION WITH TRAFFIC CLIMATE, TRAFFIC LOCUS OF CONTROL AND DRIVING SKILLS
ÖZTÜRK, İbrahim; Özkan, Türker; WALLÉN WARNER, Henriette; Department of Psychology (2021-7)
With technological developments, vehicles with different capabilities are becoming part of the traffic system. In recent years, vehicles with different levels of automation are taking the attention of both industry and aca...
QUALITATIVE EXAMINATION OF PATERNAL AND MATERNAL PARENTING CONTROL IN EARLY AND MIDDLE CHILDHOOD AMONG TURKISH PARENTS
Tümer, Bahar; Şahin Acar, Başak; Sümer, Nebi; Department of Psychology (2021-4-12)
Parental Psychological Control (PPC) is generally associated with adverse developmental outcomes in childhood and adolescence in Western cultures. However recent theories and studies suggest that these effects might differ...
Examining the role of early adversity and temperament incognitive development and hair cortisol levels of infants
Ertekin, Zeynep; Kazak Berument, Sibel; Department of Psychology (2021-4-06)
Although early adversity, including being reared in institutional care or a low socioeconomic environment, influences children’s development negatively, not all children are affected at the same level. This thesis aims to ...
HOW VISUALLY IMPAIRED PEOPLE PERCEIVE THEIR DISABILITY: LOSS OR LACK? AN INTERPRETATIVE PHENOMENOLOGICAL ANALYSIS
Okur, Özlem; Gençöz, Tülin; Department of Psychology (2021-4-5)
Disability has been defined as an interaction between individual with impairments, social and environmental barriers that prevents their inclusion into social life. Impairment of social life can be create a lack for disabl...
The role of emotions and group identification in decision to dissent from group norms
Bükün, Mehmet Fatih; Cingöz Ulu, Banu; Department of Psychology (2021-3-12)
The normative conflict model of dissent (Packer, 2008; Packer & Chasteen, 2010) suggests that the decision regarding following or dissenting to a group norm among highly identified members reflects a conflict between the w...
Understanding driving vengeance from the scope of basic individual values
Ergin, Uluğhan; Öz, Bahar; Demirutku, Kürşad; Department of Psychology (2021-3-8)
The present study aims to investigate the driving vengeance behavior from the scope of basic individual values for the first time in the literature. Values as guiding principles of individuals have been studied in relation...
Parental and peer acceptance and rejection and cross-context interactions
Altınöz, Zeynep Su; Kazak Berument, Sibel; Department of Psychology (2021-3-05)
The present study aims to investigate the protective role of parental (maternal and paternal) acceptance against peer rejection and the protective role of peer acceptance against parental rejection among children and adole...
The effect of mental representation of romantic partner on affect regulation in bisexual women‟s romantic relationships with men and women+: the role of partner gender identity
Uğurluoğlu, İdil; Canel Çınarbaş, Deniz; Department of Psychology (2021-3-03)
An emerging literature on bisexual individuals shows that bi-specific stressors lead adverse psychological and physical health outcomes on bisexual individuals. Romantic relationship involvement ...
The relationship between personality traits and pedestrian behaviors: mediating role of individual values
Budak , Nesrin; Özkan, Türker; Department of Psychology (2021-3-1)
The main objective of the current study is to investigate the relationship between personality traits, individual values, and pedestrian behaviors. Although personality traits and values are widely studied variables in dif...
The effects of intentional and unintentional mind wandering and perceptual load on driving performance
Özbozdağlı, Seda; Mısırlısoy, Mine; Özkan, Türker; Department of Psychology (2021-2-24)
Mind wandering, or task-unrelated thoughts, is related to decrements in performance on many tasks, including driving. It might occur despite best efforts to stay focused on the task, yet recent work suggested that mind wan...
Examining autobiographical memory characteristics through relationship stories: the role of gender and memory type
Kara, Demet; Şahin Acar, Başak; Bauer, Patricia J.; Department of Psychology (2021-2-09)
Autobiographical memories have often been investigated in self context whereas other-related memories are important components of self-in-relation to others. This study explored young adults’ personally significant and rel...
Predictive factors of posttraumatic stress and posttraumatic growth among the survivors of Van, 2011, earthquakes’ trauma
Elçi , Özcan; Bozo Özen, Özlem; Department of Psychology (2021-2-08)
Earthquakes, like other natural major disasters involves trauma resulting from exposure and/or witnessing to deaths and injuries, extreme fear of threatening situations, loss of a significant one, monetary loss and need of...
Jealousy, basic need satisfaction and well-being in romantic relationships
Aykutoğlu, Bülent; Cingöz Ulu, Banu; Department of Psychology (2021-1-29)
The primary aim in this dissertation was to propose the Jealousy-Basic Need Satisfaction Model derived from Self-Determination Theory (SDT), claiming jealousy thwarts basic need satisfaction, which in turn results with low...
Mediating role of emotion regulation in age and life satisfaction/affect relations: socioemotional selectivity theory perspective
Uzun, Gizem; Bozo Özen, Özlem; Department of Psychology (2021-1-25)
The main purpose of the present dissertation was to investigate age-related differences in emotion regulation and subjective well-being by using Socioemotional Selectivity Theory as a theoretical framework. Moreover, the m...
The predictors of parental differential treatment and dyadic relations with sibling attachment
Gülaçtı, Huri Gül Bayram; Kazak Berument, Sibel; Department of Psychology (2020-11-14)
The main purposes of the present dissertation are to develop a reliable and valid scale to assess maternal differential treatment (MDT), to investigate structural (gender constellation and composition), individual (negat...
After action reviews in teams: comparing the effects of teamwork and taskwork focus
Mete, İpek; Toker, Yonca; Sümer, H. Canan; Department of Psychology (2020-11)
After-action review (AAR), which is a team development intervention that involves systematically reflecting on a recent experience and planning for future, has been shown as an effective tool in improving team performance....
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