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Not so "traditional" anymore? generational shifts on schwartz values in Turkey
We compare generational change in culturally related personal values as represented by the Schwartz values taxonomy, across two decades of individuals representing independent samples of the urban, Turkish workforce, ...
The mediational roles of harsh and responsive parenting in the longitudinal relations between socioeconomic status and Turkish children’s emotional development
This study examined the associations among the socioeconomic status (SES) of Turkish families when children (N = 340, Mean age = 83 months, SD = 3.59, 50.3% boys) were approximately 7 years of age (Time 1) and their emotional ...
Influence of cultural factors in dynamic trust in automation
The use of autonomous systems has been rapidly increasing in recent decades. To improve human-automation interaction, trust has been closely studied. Research shows trust is critical in the development of appropriate ...
The roles of perspective taking, empathic concern, and prosocial moral reasoning in the self-reported prosocial behaviors of filipino and Turkish young adults
Traditional social cognitive model of prosocial development suggests important links between both sociocognitive and socioemotive traits and prosocial behaviors. The present study examined the relations among perspective ...
Beyond legal status: Exploring dimensions of belonging among forced migrants in Istanbul and Vienna
(Cogitatio Press, 2020-03-25)
Migrants with precarious legal statuses experience significant structural exclusion from their host nations but may still feel partial belonging. This article explores two dimensions potentially relevant for this group’s ...
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