News & Announcements
Nehir's abstract is accepted to SRCD 2017, Austin. She will present it as a poster on April, and the title is "Effect of Socioeconomic Status on Preschoolers’ Social Competence: Moderation by Serotonin Transporter Genotype and Gender”. Congratulations!
We have submitted an abstract to Society for Research in Child Development Conference, that will take place in Austin, on April 2017. The title is “Effect of Socioeconomic Status on Preschoolers’ Social Competence: Moderation by Serotonin Transporter Genotype and Gender”. (By Nehir)
Our abstracts are accepted for poster presentation in International Society of Psychoneuroendocrinology Annual Conference 2016 in Miami!
The titles are:
Changes in HPA-axis Reactivity by Subjective Well-Being: Impact of Loneliness, Gender and Serotonin Transporter Genotype. By R. Nehir Mavioğlu & Elif A. Duman
Interaction between Childhood Maltreatment, Trait Anxiety and Serotonin Transporter Genotype on Cortisol Awakening Response. By Elif A. Duman
Burcu and Asuman has joined us for the summer. We are looking forward to doing great readings and lab work throughout the summer.
Alev Ecevitoğlu and Nilay Ateşyakar got accepted to MA Psychological Sciences program in Bogazici University. Now they are also master students in our lab. Congratulations!
Together with our previous BAP Start Up project now we have reached a sample size over 200 with the finish of this data collection wave! We will be submitting abstracts to conferences as soon as possible!
For our research project “Factors Influencing Individual Differences in Stress Reactivity among Young Adults” we have started the last wave of data collection with undergraduate students!
Our lab has started data collection for our research project “Environmental Factors and Child Development during Preschool Period”. We are collecting samples from children going to kindergarten and their mothers!
With the start of the new semester we are joined by new undergraduate research assistants. We welcome Didem, Nehir, Cansu, Özgün and Gönenç!
For our research project “Factors Influencing Individual Differences in Stress Reactivity among Young Adults” we have finished the first wave of data collection. We thank all our research assistants for their hard work throughout the procedure and also to the participants for giving their valuable time and saliva to us :)