Aylin Koçak

Aylin Koçak
Izmir University of Economics · Department of Psychology

PhD

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17
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11 Research Items
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Introduction
Education
September 2012 - June 2018
Hacettepe University
Field of study
  • Developmental Psychology
September 2011 - June 2014
Middle East Technical University
Field of study
  • Family Psychology
September 2005 - June 2010
Middle East Technical University
Field of study
  • Psychology

Publications

Publications (17)
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Do students procrastinate less when their parents psychologically press them to study? Or do they show procrastination when classroom environment lacks structure? In this study, we aimed to investigate to what extent perceived maternal psychological control and perceived classroom structure in math class relate to adolescents' academic procrastinat...
Conference Paper
Aims: Although the association between emerging adults’ attachment security and peer pressure is well-known, there is still a dearth of knowledge about the possible intervening mechanisms. Therefore, guided by the attachment theory, the aim of the present study was to examine the mediating role of rejection sensitivity in the relation between attac...
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AIM: Although the link between perfectionism and ill-being as well as the link between perfectionism (both adaptive and maladaptive forms of it) and conflictual relationship (conceptualized as interparental conflict) are well-known, there is still a dearth of knowledge about the mediating mechanisms in relation between perfectionism and conflict. G...
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Guided by the self-determination theory, this weekly diary study tested a process model in which week-to-week mother-reported interparental conflict and perceived partner responsiveness were associated with maternal autonomy support by means of maternal psychological need satisfaction. During six consecutive weeks, 258 mothers (Mage = 41.71 years)...
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Research has shown that frequent, intense, and poorly resolved conflict between parents relates to adolescents’ adjustment problems but the mechanisms that explain such a link have not been fully uncovered. In this prospective study, we relied on the spillover hypothesis and investigated through an integrated multi-informant model whether maternal...
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Several research have well documented the relations between marital conflict (MC) and some related outcome variables but only few research focused on the antecedents of it. In the present study, we examined both adaptive (e.g., organization and personal standarts) and maladaptive components (e.g., concern over mistakes and doubts about actions) of...
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Although the relation between marital conflict and parenting behaviors (e.g., autonomy supportive) has been well documented, there has been limited empirical research about how supportive behaviors of the mothers towards their adolescents change during times of conflict. Therefore, in the current study, we examined both perceived partner responsive...
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Psychological control has been found to be associated with negative child and adolescent outcomes such as autonomy, competence and relatedness need frustration and diminished self-esteem. In this study, we investigated whether perceived maternal psychological control relates to need satisfaction and need frustration which in turn relates to self-es...
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Parental controlling behaviors can help adolescents form qualified peer friendships (Steinberg, 2001). Yet, given the decreased role of parents and the negative impact of parental psychological control (PC) on adolescents’ functioning during transition to the adolescence (Mounts & Steinberg, 1995), it becomes apparent that more research is needed t...

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