Graduate Exam: ALES or GRE score (ALES EA 55)
English Proficiency Exam: METU IYS (65)
Reference Letter: 2 (All candidates except METU Psychology graduates should submit)
Letter of Intention: A letter of intention in English or Turkish
All applicants are invited for an interview without a pre-evaluation.
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The graduate program is designed to provide the students with advanced theoretical, empirical and methodological knowledge in Family Psychology and to give them opportunities to apply this knowledge in the family-related specialization areas. Students equipped with the advanced knowledge and skills of their fields of specialization would be expected to proceed to work in the field as practitioners or applied researchers.
Fields of study
Research topics in Family Psychology are family across the lifespan; systemic family perspectives; family and marriage functioning evaluation and therapy as systems; evidence-based practice; interventions directed at adult- and child-focused problems; divorce and remarriage dynamics and processes.
Research & Statistical Assessment in Applied Settings
|FPSY533||Introduction to Family and Marital Therapy|
|FPSY581||Applications in Family Psychology|
|Students are expected to take at least seven of the below.|
|FPSY610||Advanced Research Methods and Statistical Applications|
|FPSY642||Treatment of Family Problems|
|FPSY543||Family, Marriage and Kinships Dynamics in Turkey|
|FPSY652||Attitude Measurement and Scale Development|
|FPSY565||Ethical Issues in Clinical Psychology|
|FPSY590||Behavioral Interventions in Health|
|FPSY562||Psychology of Close Relationships|
|FPSY550||Psychology of Women & Gender|
Psychology of Aging
Topics in Psychopathology
Techniques of Psychotherapy
Psychological and Social Aspects of Disasters
Development of Children with Disabilities
Life-Span Developmental Theory
Adolescence: Theory, Problems and Applications
Social Psychological Aspects of Legal Processes
Applied Social Psychology
Development of Social Cognition
Adult Development and Aging
Applied Developmental Psychology
Tests and Measurement in Child Development
Relationships with Parents and Peers
Family Processes Through Time & Cultural Contexts