Onurcan Yilmaz, PhD

2019- Psychology Kadir Has University, Istanbul 
Cognitive Science of Religion, Moral Psychology, Evolutionary Psychology, Political Psychology
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Hasan Galip Bahcekapili research assistant 2013-2018 Dogus University
Diane Elizabeth Sunar grad student Bogazici University
 (PhD at Istanbul University; now at Kadir Has University)
Selahattin Adil SARIBAY grad student 2013-2015 Bogazici University
Sevim Cesur grad student 2013-2019 Istanbul University


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Yunus Bayramoglu collaborator 2018- Kadir Has University (PsychTree)
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Yilmaz O, Bahçekapili HG. (2018) Meta-ethics and the mortality: Mortality salience leads people to adopt a less subjectivist morality. Cognition. 179: 171-177
Yilmaz O, Saribay SA. (2017) Activating analytic thinking enhances the value given to individualizing moral foundations. Cognition. 165: 88-96
Yalçındağ B, Özkan T, Cesur S, et al. (2017) An investigation of moral foundations theory in Turkey using different measures Current Psychology. 1–18
Yilmaz O, Karadöller DZ, Sofuoglu G. (2016) Analytic Thinking, Religion, and Prejudice: An Experimental Test of the Dual-Process Model of Mind International Journal For the Psychology of Religion. 1-10
Yilmaz O, Harma M, Bahçekapili HG, et al. (2016) Validation of the Moral Foundations Questionnaire in Turkey and its relation to cultural schemas of individualism and collectivism Personality and Individual Differences. 99: 149-154
Yilmaz O, Bahçekapili HG. (2016) Supernatural and secular monitors promote human cooperation only if they remind of punishment Evolution and Human Behavior. 37: 79-84
Yilmaz O, Bahçekapili HG. (2015) When Science Replaces Religion: Science as a Secular Authority Bolsters Moral Sensitivity. Plos One. 10: e0137499
Yilmaz O, Bahçekapili HG. (2015) Without God, everything is permitted? The reciprocal influence of religious and meta-ethical beliefs Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 58: 95-100
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