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FACULTY OF ARTS AND SCIENCESDEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY


Nuray Sakallı Uğurlu (Professor)

 

nuray sakallı-uğurlu

 

Contact Info

Office: B127

Phone: +90 312 210 5106

E-mail: nurays@metu.edu.tr

 

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Research Gate Profile

Biography

Ph.D., University of Kansas, 1996.

M.S., Ball State University, 1992.

B.S., Ankara University, 1989.

Research Interests

Social Influence, minority influence, attitudes and attitude change, stereotyping and sexism, women issues.

Representative Publications

Sakallı-Uğurlu, N., Yalçın, S. Z., & Glick, P. (2007). Ambivalent sexism, belief in a just world, and empathy as predictors of Turkish students’ attitudes toward rape victims. Sex Roles, 57(11/12), 889-895.

 

Glick, P., Fiske, S. T., Abrams, D., Dardenne, B., Ferreira, M. C., Gonzalez, R., Hachfeld, C., Huang, L., Hutchison, P., Kim, H., Manganelli, A. M., Masser, B., Mucchi-Faina, A., Okiebisu, S., Rouhana, N., Saiz, J. L., Sakallı-Ugurlu, N., Volpato, C., Yamamoto, M., Yzerbyt, V. (2006). Anti-American sentiment and America’s perceived intent to dominate: An 11-nation study. Basic and Applied Social Psychology, 28(4), 363-373.

 

Eastwick, P. W., Eagly, A. H., Glick, P., Johannesen-Schmidt, M., Fiske, S. T., Blum, A., Eckes, T., Freiburger, P., Huang, L., Lameiras, M., Manganelli, A. M., Pek, J. C. X., Castro, Y. R., Sakallı-Ugurlu, N., Materna, I., & Volpato, C. (2006). Is traditional gender ideology associated with sex-typed mate preferences? A test in nine nations. Sex Roles, 54 (9/10), 603-614.

 

Glick, P., Lameiras, M., Fiske, S. T., Eckes, T., Masser, B., Volpato, C., Manganelli, A. M., Pek, J., Huang, L., Sakallı-Uğurlu, N., Castro, Y. R., Luiza, M., Pereira, D., Willemson, T. M., Brunner, A., Materna, I., & Wells, R. (2004). Bad but bold: Ambivalent attitudes toward men predict gender inequality in 16 nations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 86(5), 713-728.

 

Sakallı-Uğurlu, N., & Glick, P. (2003). Ambivalent sexism and attitudes toward women who engage in premarital sex in Turkey. The Journal of Sex Research, 40(3), 296-302.

 

Crandall, C.S., D'Anello, S., Sakallı, N., Lazarus, E., Nejtardt, G.W. & Feather, N.T. (2002). An attribution-value model of prejudice: Anti-fat attitudes in six nations. In Lesko, W.A. (Ed.), Readings in Social Psychology: General, Classic and Contemporary Selections (5th Ed.). Boston : Allyn & Bacon.

 

Glick, P., Sakallı-Uğurlu, N., Ferreira, M.C., & Aguiar de Souza, M. (2002). Ambivalent sexism and attitudes toward wife abuse in Turkey and Brazil. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 26, 291-296.

 

Sakallı, N. (2002). Application of the attribution-value model of prejudice to homosexuality. Journal of Social Psychology, 142(2), 264-271.

 

Sakallı, N. (2001). Beliefs about wife beating among Turkish college students: The effects of patriarchy, sexism and sex difference. Sex Roles, 44 (9/10), 599-611.

Projects

TUBA-GEBİP (September 2001- June 2004) – Attitudes toward recycling.

 

TUBA-GEBİP (September 2001- June 2004) - Domestic violence: Some social psychological predictors of attitudes toward verbal and physical wife abuse.

 

ODTÜ- BAP (January 2007- July 2007- 07.07.03.00.13) Social psychological predictors of attitudes toward sexual harassment.