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    • Genetic copy number variants, cognition and psychosis: a meta-analysis and a family study 

      Thygesen, J. H.; Presman, A.; Harju-Seppanen, J.; Irizar, H.; Jones, R.; Kuchenbaecker, K.; Lin, K.; Alizadeh, B. Z.; Austin-Zimmerman, I.; Bartels-Velthuis, A.; Bhat, A.; Bruggeman, R.; Cahn, W.; Calafato, S.; Crespo-Facorro, B.; De Haan, L.; De Zwarte, S. M. C.; Di Forti, M.; Diez-Revuelta, A.; Hall, J.; Hall, M.-H.; Iyegbe, C.; Jablensky, A.; Kahn, R.; Kalaydjieva, L.; Kravariti, E.; Lawrie, S.; Luykx, J. J.; Mata, I.; McDonald, C.; McIntosh, A. M.; McQuillin, A.; Muir, R.; Ophoff, R.; Picchioni, M.; Prata, D. P.; Ranlund, S.; Rujescu, D.; Rutten, B. P. F.; Schulze, K.; Shaikh, M.; Schirmbeck, F.; Simons, C. J. P.; Toulopoulou, Timothea; Van Amelsvoort, T.; Van Haren, N.; Van Os, J.; Van Winkel, R.; Vassos, E.; Walshe, M.; Weisbrod, M.; Zartaloudi, E.; Bell, V.; Powell, J.; Lewis, C. M.; Murray, R. M.; Bramon, E. (Springer Nature, 2020)
      The burden of large and rare copy number genetic variants (CNVs) as well as certain specific CNVs increase the risk of developing schizophrenia. Several cognitive measures are purported schizophrenia endophenotypes and may ...
    • (Co-)Constructing a theory of mind: from language or through language? 

      Ilgaz, Hande; Allen, Jedediah W. P. (Springer, 2020)
      There is a large body of empirical work that has investigated the relationship between parents’ child-directed speech and their children’s Theory of Mind development. That such a relationship should exist is well motivated ...
    • Intelligence, educational attainment, and brain structure in those at familial high‐risk for schizophrenia or bipolar disorder 

      de Zwarte, S. M. C.; Brouwer, R.; Agartz, I.; Alda, M.; Alonso-Lana, S.; Bearden, C.; Bertolino, A.; Bonvino, A.; Bramon, E.; Buimer, E.; Cahn, W.; Canales-Rodríguez, E.; Cannon, D. M.; Cannon, T. D.; Caseras, X.; Castro-Fornieles, J.; Chen, Q.; Chung, Y.; De la Serna, E.; del Mar Bonnin, C.; Demro, C.; Di Giorgio, A.; Doucet, G.; Eker, M.; Erk, S.; Fatjó-Vilas, M.; Fears, S.; Foley, S.; Frangou, S.; Fullerton, J.; Glahn, D.; Goghari, V.; Goikolea, J.; Goldman, A.; Gonul, A.; Gruber, O.; Hajek, T.; Hawkins, E.; Heinz, A.; Ongun, C.; Hillegers, M.; Houenou, J.; Pol, H.; Hultman, C.; Ingvar, M.; Johansson, V.; Jönsson, E.; Kane, F.; Kempton, M.; Koenis, M.; Kopecek, M.; Krämer, B.; Lawrie, S.; Lenroot, R.; Marcelis, M.; Mattay, V.; McDonald, C.; Meyer-Lindenberg, A.; Michielse, S.; Mitchell, P.; Moreno, D.; Murray, R.; Mwangi, B.; Nabulsi, L.; Newport, J.; Olman, C.; van Os, J.; Overs, B.; Ozerdem, A.; Pergola, G.; Picchioni, M.; Piguet, C.; Pomarol-Clotet, E.; Radua, J.; Ramsay, I.; Richter, A.; Roberts, G.; Salvador, R.; Saricicek-Aydogan, A.; Sarró, S.; Schofield, P.; Simsek, E.; Simsek, F.; Soares, J.; Sponheim, S.; Sugranyes, G.; Toulopoulou, Timothea; Tronchin, G.; Vieta, E.; Walter, H.; Weinberger, D.; Whalley, H.; Wu, M. -J.; Yalin, N.; Andreassen, O.; Ching, C.; Thomopoulos, S.; van Erp, T.; Jahanshad, N.; Thompson, P.; Kahn, R.; van Haren, N. (Wiley, 2020)
      First‐degree relatives of patients diagnosed with schizophrenia (SZ‐FDRs) show similar patterns of brain abnormalities and cognitive alterations to patients, albeit with smaller effect sizes. First‐degree relatives of ...
    • Why did Turkish democracy collapse? A political economy account of AKP’s authoritarianism 

      Esen, Berk; Gümüşcü, Ş. (SAGE Publications, 2020)
      After decades of multiparty politics, Turkey is no longer a democracy. A theory-upending case, the country has descended into a competitive authoritarian regime under the Justice and Development Party (Adalet ve Kalkınma ...
    • Perceived teachers’ behavior and students’ engagement in physical education: the mediating role of basic psychological needs and self-determined motivation 

      Leo, F. M.; Mouratidis, Athanasios; Pulido, J. J.; Lopez-Gajardo, M. A.; Sanchez-Oliva, D. (Routledge, 2020)
      Background: Although several studies that rely on self-determination theory have shown the positive interrelations among perceived need supportive learning environment, needs satisfaction, quality of motivation, and desired ...
    • Developing a scenario-based video game generation framework for computer and virtual reality environments: a comparative usability study 

      Surer, E.; Erkayaoğlu, M.; Öztürk, Zeynep Nur; Yücel, F.; Bıyık, E. A.; Altan, B.; Senderin, B.; Oğuz, Zeliha; Gürer, S.; Düzgün, H. Ş. (Springer, 2020-10-31)
      Serious games—games that have additional purposes rather than only entertainment—aim to educate people, solve, and plan several real-life tasks and circumstances in an interactive, efficient, and user-friendly way. Emergency ...
    • Minimal social interactions with strangers predict greater subjective well-being 

      Gunaydin, G.; Öztekin, Hazal; Karabulut, Deniz Hazal; Salman‑Engin, Selin (Springer, 2021)
      Past empirical work has repeatedly revealed that positive social interactions including expressing gratitude and socializing are associated with greater happiness. However, this work predominantly focused on prolonged ...
    • Caregiving profiles of mothers in an economically disadvantaged sample from Turkey: An observational study 

      Aran, Ö.; İplikçi, A. B.; Engin, Selin Salman; Sümer, N. (Taylor and Francis, 2021)
      Objective: This study aims to investigate the patterns of maternal sensitivity via structured and systematic observational methods among mothers from a disadvantaged community in Turkey. Background: Caregiving sensitivity ...
    • The afraid create the fear: perceptions of refugees by ‘gün’ groups in Turkey 

      Özçürümez, Saime; Mete, Hatice (Taylor and Francis, 2021)
      This study investigates the perceptions of the local female population towards displaced Syrians in Turkey. The research is based on the analysis of data from participant observation and discourse analysis of conversations ...
    • Searching for larger status in global politics: internationalization of higher education in turkey 

      Aydınlı, Ersel; Mathews, J. (SAGE Publications, 2021)
      This work explores how a country’s political status may impact its soft power policies, such as internationalization of higher education, through an examination of the Turkish case. Based on a survey of and subsequent ...
    • Rebel rivalry and the strategic nature of rebel group ideology and demands 

      Tokdemir, Efe; Sedashov, E.; Öğütçü-Fu, S. H.; Leon, C. E. M.; Berkowitz, J.; Akçınaroğlu, S. (SAGE Publications, 2021)
      How does the presence of multiple combatants affect rebel groups’ ideological and demand positioning? Although violent forms of inter-group conflict have been widely studied in the civil war literature, rebel groups’ ...
    • Costly preparations in bargaining 

      Karagözoğlu, Emin; Rachmilevitch, S. (Blackwell Publishing, 2020)
      We model costly preparations in negotiations and study their effect on agreements in a bilateral bargaining game. In our model, players bargain over a unit pie, where each player needs to pay a fixed cost in the beginning ...
    • Fitting vast dimensional time-varying covariance models 

      Pakel, Cavit; Shephard, N; Sheppard, K.; Engle, R. F. (Taylor and Francis, 2021)
      Estimation of time-varying covariances is a key input in risk management and asset allocation. ARCH-type multivariate models are used widely for this purpose. Estimation of such models is computationally costly and ...
    • Feels like home: effect of transnational identities on attitudes towards foreign countries 

      Tokdemir, Efe (SAGE Publications, 2020)
      How do people react to foreign actors’ involvement in a conflict in a third party? Many studies have explored how individuals react to their country’s foreign policy choices, as well as how they react to the policies ...
    • A micro-level analysis of the contagion effect: evidence from the kurdish conflict 

      Sarıgil, Zeki (SAGE Publications Ltd, 2020)
      The unit of analysis in almost all large-N studies on conflict contagion and diffusion is collective actors, such as states and ethnic groups or movements. Thus, contagion dynamics and processes at the individual level ...
    • Party system polarization, citizenship, and immigrant party allegiances in western europe 

      Just, Aida (SAGE Publications, 2020)
      This article examines the role of party system polarization in shaping immigrants’ party loyalties in their host country. It suggests that foreign-born individuals are more likely to become partisans when political parties ...
    • "Liberated neighborhoods": reconstructing leftist activism in the urban periphery 

      Erman, Tahire (De Gruyter, 2020)
      This article addresses the phenomenon of what is known as ‘liberated territory’1 in recent Turkish history (the second half of the 1970s), during which leftist activists2 entered the urban periphery for ideological purposes. ...
    • К вопросу о "Чобан Гераях" в истории Крымского ханства 

      Kırımlı, Hakan (Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of General History, 2020)
      The article is devoted to significant pages of the history of Crimea. The author analyzes famous Gerays’ dynasty. He pays particular attention to the Russia’s policy towards Crimean khanate.
    • Race meets bargaining in product development 

      Karagözoğlu, Emin; Keskin, K.; Sağlam, Çağrı (Wiley, 2020)
      We study product development in a firm, utilizing a multistage contest model (i.e., race) with an endogenous length (with one stage or two stages) between two workers. We model the payments to workers using the normatively ...
    • Size aftereffect is non-local 

      Altan, Ecem; Boyacı, Hüseyin (Elsevier, 2020)
      It is well known that prolonged exposure to a certain size stimulus alters the perceived size of a subsequently presented stimulus at the same location. How the rest of the visual space is affected by this size adaptation, ...