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The Role of Theory of Mind, Emotion Knowledge and Empathy in Preschoolers’ Disruptive Behavior
(Journal of Child and Family Studies, 2020)
Research examining disruptive behaviors in clinical groups of preschool and school-aged children has consistently revealed significant difficulties in their emotion knowledge and empathy but intact performance in their ...
In Two Minds: Similarity, Threat, and Prejudice Contribute to Worse Mindreading of Outgroups Compared With an Ingroup
(Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 2019)
We examined Turkish participants’ mindreading accuracy toward ingroup versus outgroup targets. Three hundred and fifty-four Turkish participants were randomly assigned to one of three target groups: Turkish, Syrian, or ...
Parenting by Lying in Turkey: Associations with Negative Psychosocial Outcomes and Psychopathy in Adulthood
(Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 2021)
Parenting by lying a practice whereby parents lie to their children as a means of emotional or behavioral control is common throughout the world. This study expands upon the existing, albeit limited, research on parenting ...