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
  31. Sağlık İnanç Modeli Çerçevesinde Gençlerde Kondom Kullanımını Etkileyen Faktörler
  32. Case‐based surveillance study in judicial districts in Turkey: Child sexual abuse sample from four provinces
  33. Habit reversal training and educational group treatments for children with tourette syndrome: A preliminary randomised controlled trial
  34. Psychological Correlates of Cyberbullying and Cyber-Victimization
  35. Hastanelere yönlendirilen adli çocuk istismarı olguları ile sağlık çalışanlarınca saptanan çocuk istismarı olgularının özelliklerinin karşılaştırılması
  36. Epidemiological study of negative childhood experiences in three provinces of Turkey
  37. Child Abuse and Neglect Among Children Who Drop Out of School: A Study in Izmir, Turkey
  38. Prospective duration judgments: The role of temporality and executive demands of concurrent tasks