Onurcan Yılmaz
Onurcan Yılmaz
Associate Professor of Psychology, Kadir Has University
Verified email at khas.edu.tr - Homepage
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Validation of the moral foundations questionnaire in Turkey and its relation to cultural schemas of individualism and collectivism
O Yilmaz, M Harma, HG Bahçekapili, S Cesur
Personality and Individual Differences 99, 149-154, 2016
Analytic thinking, religion, and prejudice: An experimental test of the dual-process model of mind
O Yilmaz, DZ Karadöller, G Sofuoglu
The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 26 (4), 360-369, 2016
An attempt to clarify the link between cognitive style and political ideology: A non-western replication and extension
O Yılmaz, SA Sarıbay
Judgment and Decision Making, 2016
Without God, everything is permitted? The reciprocal influence of religious and meta-ethical beliefs
O Yilmaz, HG Bahçekapili
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 58, 95-100, 2015
Supernatural and secular monitors promote human cooperation only if they remind of punishment
O Yilmaz, HG Bahçekapili
Evolution and Human Behavior 37 (1), 79-84, 2016
Analytic cognitive style and cognitive ability differentially predict religiosity and social conservatism
SA Saribay, O Yilmaz
Personality and Individual Differences 114, 24-29, 2017
The relation between different types of religiosity and analytic cognitive style
HG Bahçekapili, O Yilmaz
Personality and Individual Differences, 2017
The relationship between cognitive style and political orientation depends on the measures used
O Yilmaz, SA Saribay
Judgment and Decision Making 12 (2), 140-148, 2017
Analytic thought training promotes liberalism on contextualized (but not stable) political opinions
O Yilmaz, SA Saribay
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (7), 789-795, 2017
Activating analytic thinking enhances the value given to individualizing moral foundations
O Yilmaz, SA Saribay
Cognition 165, 88-96, 2017
Psychological correlates of COVID-19 conspiracy beliefs and preventive measures: Evidence from Turkey
S Alper, F Bayrak, O Yilmaz
Current psychology, 1-10, 2020
Political orientations, ideological self-categorizations, party preferences, and moral foundations of young Turkish voters
O Yılmaz, SA Sarıbay, HG Bahçekapılı, M Harma
Turkish Studies 17 (4), 544-566, 2016
National identity predicts public health support during a global pandemic
J Van Bavel, P Boggio
The five-factor model of the moral foundations theory is stable across WEIRD and non-WEIRD cultures
B Doğruyol, S Alper, O Yilmaz
Personality and Individual Differences 151, 109547, 2019
An investigation of moral foundations theory in Turkey using different measures
B Yalçındağ, T Özkan, S Cesur, O Yilmaz, B Tepe, ZE Piyale, AF Biten, ...
Current Psychology 38, 440-457, 2019
When science replaces religion: Science as a secular authority bolsters moral sensitivity
O Yilmaz, HG Bahçekapili
PloS one 10 (9), e0137499, 2015
Lower levels of resistance to change (but not opposition to equality) is related to analytic cognitive style
O Yilmaz, SA Saribay
Social Psychology, 2018
Moral pluralism on the trolley tracks: Different normative principles are used for different reasons in justifying moral judgments
B Aktaş, O Yılmaz, HG Bahçekapılı
Judgment and Decision Making, 2017
Reflection increases belief in God through self-questioning among non-believers
O Yilmaz, O Isler
Judgment and Decision Making 14 (6), 649, 2019
Moral foundations explain unique variance in political ideology beyond resistance to change and opposition to equality
O Yilmaz, SA Saribay
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 22 (8), 1124-1138, 2019
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