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    • Can deception be desirable? 

      Uz, Irem; Kemmelmeier, Markus (Sage Publications Ltd, 2017-03)
      Critics of deception in research allege harm to society, the discipline of psychology, the researchers and participants. However, neither empirical findings nor a reasonable-person' test seem to support those allegations. ...
    • Cross-validation of cultural tightness and looseness measures 

      Uz, İrem (Wiley-Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2018-08)
      The goal of the present study was to cross-validate two measures of cultural tightness and looseness, CTL: one used in a comparison within the United States, and the other used in a cross-country comparison. The former was ...
    • Do cultural norms affect social network behavior inappropriateness? A global study 

      Gupta, Manjul; Uz, İrem; Esmaeilzadeh, Pouyan; Noboa, Fabrizio; Mahrous, Abeer A.; Kim, Eojina; Miranda, Graca; Tennant, Vanesa M.; Chung, Sean; Azam, Akbar; Peters, Anicia; Iraj, Hamideh; Bautista, Virginia B.; Kulikova, Irina (Elsevier Inc., 2018-04)
      There is a substantial body of literature on behavior inappropriateness in face-to-face social settings; however, not much is known about what individuals consider inappropriate (or appropriate) on Internet-mediated social ...
    • Do cultures clash? 

      Uz, Irem (Sage Publications Ltd, 2015-03)
      The consequences of globalization are a matter of debate. This study is an attempt to test the predictions of homogenization, polarization, and hybridization theorists with regard to the similarities and differences between ...
    • The Index of Cultural Tightness and Looseness Among 68 Countries 

      Uz, Irem (Sage Publications Inc, 2015-04)
      If a culture is characterized by pervasive norms and sanctioning of deviance from norms, it is a tight culture. In a tight culture, people's values, norms, and behavior are similar to each other. Thus, cultural tightness ...
    • Individualism and First Person Pronoun Use in Written Texts Across Languages 

      Uz, Irem (Sage Publications Inc, 2014-11)
      The previous studies showed that the use of first person singular pronoun, that is, I, primes the independent self, whereas the use of the first person plural pronoun, that is, we, primes the interdependent self. A different ...
    • Islamist terrorism as identity threat: the case of ambivalent identification and self-stereotyping among Turkish Muslims 

      Uz, Irem; Kemmelmeier, Markus (Wiley-Blackwell, 2014-10)
      Terrorist attacks committed in 2003 by Turkish Islamist extremists threatened the social identity of Turkish Muslims by associating them with terrorism. Using a 2 x 3 experimental design, we categorized Turkish respondents ...
    • Nedensel Belirsizlik Ölçeğinin Türkçeye uyarlanması 

      Uz, Irem (Cumhuriyet Univ TIp Fak Psikiyatri Anabilim Dalı, 2015-04)
      Objective: Causal uncertainty is being uncertain about the causes of social events. Causal uncertainty is related with effortful information processing, attributional processes, depression, anxiety, and negative affect. ...
    • Sex and Gender Differences in Achievement Motivation across Cultures 

      Uz, İrem; Kemmelmeier, Markus; Paksoy, Cansu; Krumov, Krum; Kuehnen, Ulrich; Volkova, Elena; Gluzdova, Olga; Walton, Andre P. (Turkish Psychological Association, 2018-06)
      This study examined cross-cultural sex and gender differences in achievement motivation. In contrast to the common intuition that collectivist societies show greater levels of sex differentiation than individualistic ...