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An extensive dataset of eye movements during viewing of complex images
We present a dataset of free-viewing eye-movement recordings that contains more than 2.7 million fixation locations from 949 observers on more than 1000 images from different categories. This dataset aggregates and harmonizes ...
Divorced yet still together: ongoing personal relationship and coparenting among divorced parents
(Taylor and Francis Group, 2017)
This study examined the ongoing personal and emotional involvement between former spouses and its association with perceptions of the quality of the coparenting relationship. Dyadic analysis of 54 formerly married couples ...
Exploratory multimodal data analysis with standard multimedia player multimedia containers: a feasible solution to make multimodal research data accessible to the broad audience
(SCITEPRESS, Science and Technology Publications, 2017)
The analysis of multimodal data comprised of images, videos and additional recordings, such as gaze trajectories, EEG, emotional states, and heart rate is presently only feasible with custom applications. Even exploring ...
Effectiveness of school-based mental health playgroups for diagnosable and at-risk preschool children
Risk factors during preschool years, such as poverty and unattended social/emotional problems, are known to have a strong negative influence on children’s later functioning. This study aimed to investigate the effectiveness ...
Regime change in contemporary turkey: politics, rights, mimesis
(Cambridge University Press, 2017)
Moral pluralism on the trolley tracks: different normative principles are used for different reasons in justifying moral judgments
(Society for Judgment and Decision Making, 2017-05)
The psychological correlates of utilitarian choices in sacrificial moral dilemmas are contentious. In the literature, some research (Greene, et al., 2001) suggested that utilitarianism requires analytic thinking while other ...
The political economy of coups d’etat: a general survey and a local theory for Turkey
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
This article surveys the political economy of coups in Turkey, examining both their economic causes and the economic consequences they seem to generate. It reminds that whether coups had a negative causal effect on Turkish ...
Subcontracted employment and the labor movement’s response in turkey
(University Press of Colorado, 2017)
Suggestions on the social meaning and functions of akhi hospices in medieval anatolia
(Edinburgh University Press, 2017-01-01)
The Islamic tradition of futuwwa (Turk. futuvvet), or ethical codes, received a certain degree of political legitimacy when the Abbasid caliph al-Nasir li-Din Allah (r. 1180–1225) admitted it to courtly life. Soon after, ...
Turkey's position on IDP properties: lessons (not) learned
Three issues: security, economics and justice, are the keys to comprehending the essence of problems of property and IDP return in conflict settings. The case of Turkey presents an interesting framework for analysing issues ...
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