Publications

Boyacioglu, I., Uysal, M. S., & Erdugan, C. (in press). Measuring psychological violence: The adaptation of the Profile of Psychological Abuse and the Psychological Maltreatment of Women Inventory into Turkish.

Çavdar, A., & Boyacıoğlu, İ. (2019). Feminist identity from the social psychological perspective: The case of Turkey. Nesne Journal of Psychology, 7(15), 282-300.

Boyacioglu, I. (2019). Public policies for preventing violence against women: The struggle with psychological violence. Madde, Diyalektik ve Toplum, 2(3), 246-249.

Boyacioglu, I., & Hunler, O. S. (2019). A study on women’s studies in psychology and working conditions of women in academia in Turkey. Mediterranean Journal of Gender and Women’s Studies, 2(1), 1-18.

Boyacioglu, I. (2018). Attachment and remembering: The role of the self, emotion, and attentional processes. In S. Gulgoz, B. Ece, & S. Oner (Eds.), Remembering the Life: Scientific Approaches to Autobiographical Memory. Istanbul: Koc University Press.

Boyacioglu, I., & Gezgin, G. N. (2018). Human Stories Remained from the World War I: Memory Sharing Practices and National Identity in Turkey. In G. Tekdemir Yurtdas, & T. Ikiz (Eds.), War and Psychology: The World War I from a Psychological Perspective. Istanbul: Hyperlink.

Boyacioglu, I., & Aktas, C. (2018). The Centrality of Events Scale: A study of reliability and validity. Turkish Psychological Articles, 21(41), 27-29.

Boyacioglu, I. (2017). The effect of attachment anxiety and avoidance on freely recalled autobiographical memories: A linguistic analysis. International Journal of Social and Humanities Sciences Research, 4(3), 190-197.

Boyacioglu, I., Akfirat, S., & Yilmaz, A. E. (2017). Gender differences in emotional experiences across childhood, romantic relationship, and self-defining memories. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 29(2), 137-150.

Boyacıoğlu, İ. (2016). Violence against Women and the Past and Present of Women’s Studies in Turkey: A Call for Psychological Research. Turkish Psychological Articles, 19 (Special Issue), 127-146.

Boyacioglu, İ. (2015). Women "who deserves to be battered" in honor cultures. İzmir Barosu Bulletin Special Issue.

Boyacioglu, I. & Akfirat, S. (2015).Development and psychometric properties of a new measure for memory phenomenology: The Autobiographical Memory Characteristics Questionnaire. Memory, 23(7), 1070-1092.

Boyacioglu, I. (2015). Gender differences in the memory characteristics of self-defining memories. Studies in Psychology, 35(1), 1-14.

Boyacioglu, I. (2012). The effect of attachment dimensions on the phenomenological characteristics of autobiographical and self-defining memories. Turkish Journal of Psychology, 27(70), 84-96.

Boyacioglu, I. & Bilal-Saymaz, E. (2012). Accepting the past and depression. Electronic Journal of Social Sciences, 11(40), 220-228.

Boyacioglu, I. & Sumer, N. (2011). Attachment dimensions, autobiographical memory, and accepting the past. Turkish Journal of Psychology, 26(67), 105-118.



Presentations

Görüryılmaz, T., Ülbe, S., & Boyacıoğlu, İ. (2019). Psychological violence against women, attitudes, and system justification: A research on university students. XVI European Congress of Psychology, Russia.

Uzun, N. B., Boyacıoğlu, İ., & Gezgin, G. N. (2019). Memory sharing practices in Turkish families: The effects of parenting styles on memory sharing practices. XVI European Congress of Psychology, Russia.

Ülbe, S., Boyacıoğlu, İ., Work Group of Psikare (2019). The predictor role of psychological abuse on the characteristics of autobiographical memories. XVI European Congress of Psychology, Russia.

Yorulmaz, E., & Boyacioglu, I. (2017). The predictive roles of perceived social support and psychological abuse in psychological symptoms of women in Turkey, Sözel Bildiri, XV. European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam.

Aktas, C., & Boyacioglu, I. (2017). The relationship between autobiographical memory and self-esteem, Poster Bildiri, XV. European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam.

Boyacıoğlu, İ. (2009). The effect of attachment on accepting the past, Poster Bildiri, XIV European Conference on Developmental Psychology. Kongre Bildirileri Özet Kitabı, Vilnius, Litvanya.

Boyacıoğlu, İ. & Conway, M. A. (2009). Hidden effect of attachment system on self-defining memories, Poster Bildiri, XIV European Conference on Developmental Psychology. Kongre Bildirileri Özet Kitabı, Vilnius, Litvanya.


Publications:

Boyacioglu, I. (2019). Public policies for preventing violence against women: The struggle with psychological violence. Madde, Diyalektik ve Toplum, 2(3), 246-249.
http://bilimveaydinlanma.org/madde-diyalektik-ve-toplum-cilt-2-sayi-3/
Boyacıoğlu, İ., Hünler, O. S. (2019). A study on women studies in psychology and working conditions of women in academia in Turkey. Akdeniz Kadın Çalışmaları ve Toplumsal Cinsiyet Dergisi, 2(1), 1–18.
https://dergipark.org.tr/ktc/issue/45502/440079
Boyacioglu, I., Gezgin, G. N. (2018). Human stories remained from the World War I: Memory sharing practices and national identity in Turkey. In G. Tekdemir Yurtdas, T. Ikiz (Eds.), War and Psychology: The World War I from a Psychological Perspective. Istanbul: Hyperlink.
Boyacioglu, I., Aktas, C. (2018). The Centrality of Events Scale: A study of reliability and validity. Turkish Psychological Articles, 21(41), 27-29.
Boyacioglu, I. (2017). The effect of attachment anxiety and avoidance on freely recalled autobiographical memories: A linguistic analysis. Journal of Social and Humanities Sciences Research, 4(3), 190-197.
Boyacioglu, I. (2017). The Accepting the Past Scale: A study of validity and reliability. Social Sciences Studies Journal, 3(4), 290-299.
Boyacıoğlu, İ. (2016). Violence against Women and the Past and Present of Women’s Studies in Turkey: A Call for Psychological Research. Turkish Psychological Articles, (Special Issue).
Boyacioglu, I., Akfirat, S., Yilmaz, A. E. (2016). Gender differences in emotional experiences across childhood, romantic relationship, and self-defining memories. Journal of Cognitive Psychology.
http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/dwDSywuw3itxjZacJxZV/full
Women "who deserve to be battered" in honor cultures
http://www.izmirbarosu.org.tr/Yayin/204/25-kasim-2015-ozel-bulten.aspx
Boyacioglu, I., Akfirat, S. (2015). Development and psychometric properties of a new measure for memory phenomenology: The Autobiographical Memory Characteristics Questionnaire. Memory, 23(7), 1070-1092.
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09658211.2014.953960
Boyacioglu, I. (2015). Gender differences in the phenomenological characteristics of self-defining memories. Studies in Psychology, 35(1), 1-14.
Boyacioglu, I. (2012). The effect of attachment dimensions on the phenomenological characteristics of autobiographical and self-defining memories. Turkish Journal of Psychology, 27(70), 84-96.
Boyacioglu, I., Bilal-Saymaz, E. (2012). Accepting the Past and Depression. Electronic Journal of Social Sciences, 11(40), 220-228.
Boyacioglu, I., Sumer, N. (2011). Attachment dimensions, autobiographical memory, and accepting the past. Turkish Journal of Psychology, 26(67), 105-118.