Yasin Koc

Affiliations: 
2014-2017 School of Psychology University of Sussex, Falmer, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
identity, prejudice, intergroup toleration
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Bengisu Akkurt research assistant 2018- RUG
Ayca Aksu research assistant 2019- RUG
Zeynep Dogan research assistant 2019- RUG
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Keng SL, Stanton MV, Haskins LB, et al. (2022) COVID-19 stressors and health behaviors: A multilevel longitudinal study across 86 countries. Preventive Medicine Reports. 27: 101764
van Lissa CJ, Stroebe W, vanDellen MR, et al. (2022) Using Machine Learning to Identify Important Predictors of COVID-19 Infection Prevention Behaviors During the Early Phase of the Pandemic. Patterns (New York, N.Y.). 100482
Schumpe BM, Van Lissa CJ, Bélanger JJ, et al. (2022) Predictors of adherence to public health behaviors for fighting COVID-19 derived from longitudinal data. Scientific Reports. 12: 3824
Mula S, Di Santo D, Resta E, et al. (2022) Concern with COVID-19 pandemic threat and attitudes towards immigrants: The mediating effect of the desire for tightness. Current Research in Ecological and Social Psychology. 3: 100028
Enea V, Eisenbeck N, Carreno DF, et al. (2022) Intentions to be Vaccinated Against COVID-19: The Role of Prosociality and Conspiracy Beliefs across 20 Countries. Health Communication. 1-10
Stroebe W, vanDellen MR, Abakoumkin G, et al. (2022) Correction: Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence. Plos One. 17: e0263100
Resta E, Mula S, Baldner C, et al. (2021) 'We are all in the same boat': How societal discontent affects intention to help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology
Stroebe W, vanDellen MR, Abakoumkin G, et al. (2021) Politicization of COVID-19 health-protective behaviors in the United States: Longitudinal and cross-national evidence. Plos One. 16: e0256740
van Breen JA, Kutlaca M, Koç Y, et al. (2021) Lockdown Lives: A Longitudinal Study of Inter-Relationships Among Feelings of Loneliness, Social Contacts, and Solidarity During the COVID-19 Lockdown in Early 2020. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 1461672211036602
Nisa CF, Bélanger JJ, Faller DG, et al. (2021) Lives versus Livelihoods? Perceived economic risk has a stronger association with support for COVID-19 preventive measures than perceived health risk. Scientific Reports. 11: 9669
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