Kerim Selvi

Kerim Selvi
Eskisehir Osmangazi University | ESOGU · Department of Psychology

Ph. D.

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The main purpose of the current study was to investigate the explanatory mechanism of the drive for muscularity on the relations between frustrated basic needs and diverse indicators of muscle dysmorphia. To achieve this purpose, in the first place, as a pilot study needed to pursue the hypotheses of the main study, Basic Psychological Needs Satisf...
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The main aim of this project was to explore the efficacy of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)-based educational course in different formats (i.e., pure and guided self-help with different durations, and guided self-help with and without access to a discussion forum) for body shape dissatisfaction. Two randomized controlled studies (RCT) were...
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Objective: In this study, we intended to explore group differences between individuals with and without irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) in terms of psychological (i.e., perceived stress, internalizing problems, and difficulties in emotion regulation) and lifestyle-related factors (i.e., health-promoting behaviors and the frequency of smoking and alc...
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Objective: The aim of this study was to obtain normative data for Verbal Fluency Test and investigate the effects of age, gender, and education on verbal fluency in native Turkish-speaking individuals. Method: A pilot study was conducted to determine 3 letters with differing levels of difficulty for completing the phonemic fluency task. First na...
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This study aimed to explore the indirect associations of the early maladaptive schema domains with the severity of depression symptoms through humor styles (i.e., self-enhancing, affiliative, self-defeating, and aggressive humor styles) in Turkish culture. Data were collected from 373 university students via demographic information form and the Tur...
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The Body Image in Nature Survey (BINS) is currently seeking international collaborators who would like to be involved in the project. For more information, please email viren.swami@aru.ac.uk. The BINS is an international, collaborative project with the primary aim of examining cross-sectional associations between nature exposure and positive body image across different world regions. By involving researchers from multiple sites across the globe, the BINS will produce one of the largest datasets examining the impact of nature exposure across countries. In so doing, the BINS will be able to help determine the extent to which nature exposure is reliably associated with more positive body image. The BINS is led by Prof Viren Swami (Anglia Ruskin University and Perdana University), Prof Stefan Stieger (Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences), Prof Ulrich S. Tran and Prof Martin Voracek (University of Vienna). The project commenced in late 2020, with all data collection expected to be completed by December 2021.