Sami Gulgoz

Koc University, Turkey 
"Sami Gulgoz"


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Berivan Ece grad student MEF University
Sezin Öner grad student Koc University
Demet Ay grad student 2017- Koc University (Neurotree)
Aysenur Okan grad student 2018-2020 Koc University, Istanbul (Neurotree)
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Öner S, Gülgöz S. (2020) Representing the collective past: public event memories and future simulations in Turkey. Memory (Hove, England). 1-13
Ece B, Oner S, Gulgoz S. (2020) Toplumsal Olaylara Dair Episodik ve Semantik Bellek Süreçlerinin Heyecanlanma Düzeyi ile İlişkisinin Yaş ve Heyecanın Ölçüm Türü Açısından İncelenmesi Scientific Programming. 40: 247-283
Öner S, Ece B, Gülgöz S. (2020) Family Reminiscence Scale: A Measure of Early Communicative Context Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies. 16: 849-863
Ece B, Demiray B, Öner S, et al. (2019) Comparison of Earliest and Later Autobiographical Memories in Young and Middle-Aged Adults Scientific Programming. 39: 45-78
Ece B, Demiray B, Gülgöz S. (2018) Consistency of adults' earliest memories across two years. Memory (Hove, England). 1-10
Öner S, Gülgöz S. (2017) Autobiographical remembering regulates emotions: a functional perspective. Memory (Hove, England). 1-14
Öner S, Gülgöz S. (2016) Latent constructs model explaining the attachment-linked variation in autobiographical remembering. Memory (Hove, England). 24: 364-82
De Bolle M, De Fruyt F, McCrae RR, et al. (2015) The emergence of sex differences in personality traits in early adolescence: A cross-sectional, cross-cultural study. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 108: 171-85
Uzer T, Gulgoz S. (2015) Socioemotional selectivity in older adults: Evidence from the subjective experience of angry memories Memory. 23: 888-900
Ece B, Gülgöz S. (2014) The impact of suppressing the typical life events on the reminiscence bump Applied Cognitive Psychology. 28: 702-710
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