Bilimsel Yayınlar

  1. I Am so Happy ‘Cause My Best Friend Makes Me Feel Unique: Friendship, Personal Sense of Uniqueness and Happiness
  2. Linking Transformational Leadership to Work Engagement and the Mediator Effect of Job Autonomy: A Study in a Turkish Private Non-Profit University
  4. Role of Leadership in Employees’ Work Engagement: Organizational Identification and Job Autonomy
  5. Motives forrisk-takinginadolescence:Across-culturalstudy
  6. Parental Attachment and Adolescents' Perception of School Alienation: The Mediation Role of Self-Esteem and Adjustment
  7. Pathways From Personality to Happiness: Sense of Uniqueness as a Mediator
  8. Differences in How Trait Emotional Intelligence Predicts Life Satisfaction: The Role of Affect Balance Versus Social Support in India and Germany
  9. Self-Determined Choices and Consequences: The Relationship Between Basic Psychological Needs Satisfactions and Aggression in Late Adolescents
  10. Reliability and Validity of Subjective Well-Being Under Neuroleptics Scale-Short Form-Turkish Version
  11. From Self-Esteem to Mental Health: Empathy as Mediator
  12. Relationship of the Gap Between Experience and Language With Mental Health in Adolescence: The Importance of Emotion Regulation
  13. Parental Support for Basic Psychological Needs and Happiness: The Importance of Sense of Uniqueness
  14. A Cross-Cultural Investigation into the Relationships Among Parental Support for Basic Psychological Needs, Sense of Uniqueness, and Happiness
  15. Affective Reactions to One’s Whole Life: Preliminary Development and Validation of the Ontological Well- Being Scale
  16. Linking Metatraits of the Big Five to Well-Being and Ill-Being: Do Basic Psychological Needs Matter?
  17. The gap that makes us desperate: Paths from language to mental health
  18. Intentional and Non-Intentional Assessments of Emotion Experiences: Comparisons of Old and New Measures
  19. I feel unique, therefore I am: The development and preliminary validation of the personal sense of uniqueness (PSU) scale
  20. Happiness Revisited: Ontological Well-Being as a Theory-Based Construct of Subjective Well-Being 
  21. Higher-order factors of personality in self-report data: Self-esteem really matters
  22. The Relationship Between Language Use and Depression: Illuminating the Importance of Self-Reflection, Self- Rumination, and the Need for Absolute Truth
  23. Higher Order Structure of Personality and Mental Health: Does General Affectivity Matter?
  24. Development of the Beliefs About Functions of Language Scale
  25. An Intentional Model of Emotional Well-Being: The Development and Initial Validation of a Measure of Subjective Well-Being
  26. Structural Relations of Personal and Collective Self-Esteem to Subjective Well-Being: Attachment as Moderator
  27. Self-absorption paradox is not a paradox: Illuminating the dark side of self-reflection
  28. The Need for Absolute Truth and Self-Rumination as Basic Suppressors in the Relationship Between Private Self-Consciousness and Mental Health
  29. Occupation as a Personal Project System: Application of the Ontological Well-Being Concept to Workplace
  30. A multigroup multitrait-multimethod study in two countries supports the validity of a two-factor higher order model of personality