After completing my PhD in Social Psychology at Middle East Technical University, I worked part-time and full-time at various universities. I am currently working as an Associate Professor at Yaşar University, Department of Psychology.
I am the principle investigator of two ongoing research projects, funded by TÜBİTAK, both of which are related to conspiracy, paranormal and pseudoscience beliefs.
I have been an Associate Editor at European Journal of Social Psychology since 2021.
Apart from my personal work, I also continue my collaborative work with MINT Lab members.
Epistemically Suspect Beliefs
Conspiracy, paranormal and pseudoscience beliefs
2012 - 2016
Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Social psychology of liberalism and conservatism
Evolutionary origins of morality, Moral Foundations Theory, the relevance of perceived threat to moral values
2010 - 2011
London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
Organizational and Social Psychology
2005 - 2010
Middle East Technical University - Northern Cyprus Campus