International Publications

The total citations to Kagitcibasi’s work add up to 4761 by Fall, 2014.  Last year’s citations (Oct. 2013 – Oct. 2014: 167).  These figures do not include conference proceedings.


1. The Changing Value of Children in Turkey. Honolulu, Hawaii: East-West Population Institute Publication, No. 60-E, 1982.

2. (edited) Sex Roles, Family and Community in Turkey. Bloomington, Indiana: IndianaUniversity Turkish Studies Series: 3, 1982.

3. (edited) Growth and Progress in Cross-Cultural Psychology. Lisse: Swets and Zeitlinger, 1987.

4. (with D. Sunar and S. Bekman) Comprehensive Preschool Education Project. Ottawa, IDRC, 1988.

5. (coedited with U. Kim, S.C. Choi, H.C. Triandis and G. Yoon) Individualism and Collectivism. London: Sage, 1994.

6. (coedited with J. Adair) National development of psychology: Factors facilitating and impeding progress in developing countries. Special Issue, International Journal of Psychology, 30, 6, 1995.

7. Family and Human Development Across Cultures: A View From the Other Side. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 1996.

8. (coedited with J. W.Berry and M. H. Segall) Handbook of Cross-CulturalPsychology, vol.3. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1997.

9. (coedited with Y.H. Poortinga), Millenium Special Issue of the Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 31, 1, 2000.

10. (with P. Smith & M. Bond) Understanding Social Psychology Across Cultures: Living and working in a changing world, 3rd Ed., London: Sage, 2006.

11. (with J. Georgas, J. W. Berry, F. Van de Vijver, &Y. Poortinga) Families Across Cultures, Cambridge University Press, 2006.

12. Family, Self and Human Development Across Cultures: Theory and Applications. (Revised Second Edition). Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007.

13. (coedited with C. Ward), Acculturation Theory, Research and Application: Special Issue, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 34, 2, 2010.

 Articles and Chapters:

1. Social norms and authoritarianism: A Turkish-American Comparison.Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1970, 16, 444-451.

2. Some psychological aspects of propensity for social change. METU Studies in Development. 1971, 3, 447-463.

3. Applications of the D 48 Test of general intellectual ability in Turkey.Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1972, 3 169-175.

4. Application of the D 48 Test in Turkey, in Cronbach, L.J. and Drenth, P.J.D. (Eds.) Mental Tests and Cultural Adaptation. The Hague: Mouton, 1972, 223-231.

5. Psychological aspects of modernization in Turkey.Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1973, 4, 157-174.

6. Psychological approaches to fertility behavior in Turkey,Boğaziçi University Journal, 1974, 2, 157-174.

7. Modernity and the role of women in Turkey.Boğaziçi University Journal, 1975, 3, 83-90.

8. Cross national encounters: The Turkish AFS study, Boğaziçi University Journal, 1976-1977, 4-5, 15-34.

9. Problems of adjustment and change through sojourn, Report prepared for European Research Office. August 1977, 71 p.

10. Cultural values and population action programs: Turkey. Report prepared for UNESCO, October 1977, 158 p.

11. Cross-national encounters: Turkish Students in the US.International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 1978, 2, 141-160.

12. Psychology and Population in Turkey.Current Turkish Thought, Fall, 1978, 1-15, Istanbul.

13. The effects of socio-economic development on Draw-A-Man scores in Turkey.Journal of Social Psychology, 1979, 108, 3-8.

14. The Value of Children: Some Social-Psychological Determinants of fertility in Turkey in Demographic Transition and Socio-Economic Development: United Nations, Dept. of International Economics and Social Affairs Population Studies, No. 65, pp. 140-147, New York: United Nations, 1979.

15. Rural women and development in Turkey in Proceedings of International Seminar on Rural Women and Development. Cairo: Ain Shams University Publication, 1980.

16. The value of children: Motivations for childbearing, in Molt, W; Hartmann, H.A., and Stringer, P. (Eds.) Advances in economic psychology. Heidelberg: Edition Meyn, 1981, 236-253.

17. Early childhood education and Intervention. UNESCO: Child, Family, Community, August, 1981.

18. Value of children, women’s role and fertility in Turkey in Abadan-Unat (Ed.) Women in Turkish Society.Leiden: Brill, 1981, 74-95.

19. Old-age security value of children: Cross-national socio-economic evidence. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1982, 13, 29-42.

20. Old-age security value of children and development. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, Special issue, 1982, 13, 133-142.

21. Problems in sex-role development in traditional society and Its reflection in education.  Seminaire International sur I’Experience de la Turquie sur L’Eloboration et I’Application des Programmes Scolaires Communs aux Filles et Aux Garçons. UNESCO, Ankara, 1982.

22. Assessment of values and attitudes in the study of fertility in Irvine, S.H. and Berry, J.W. (Eds.) Human Assessment and Cultural Factors. New York: Plenum, 1983, 481-494.

23. Early childhood education and preschool intervention: Experiences in the world and in Turkey in Preventing School Failure: The Relationship between Preschool and Primary Education. IDRC, 172e, 1983.

24. Immigrant populations in Europe: Problems viewed from the sending country in Procedings of the European Population Conference 1982. Council of Europe, Strasbourg, 1983.

25. Women and development in Turkey. International Journal of Turkish Studies, 1983, 2, 59-70.

26. How does the traditional family cope with disasters? in Trost, J. and Hultaker, O (Eds.) Family and Disaster, Special issue. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters, 1983, 1, 1, 145-152.

27. Socialization in traditional society: A challenge to psychology. International Journal of Psychology, 1984, 19, 145-157.

28. Culture of Separateness-Culture of Relatedness. In 1984 Vision and Reality. Papers in Comparative Studies, vol. 4, Ohio State  University, 1985, 91-99.

29. Intra-family interaction and a model of change. In Family in Turkish Society. Turkish Social Science Association, Ankara, 1985.

30. Immigrant populations in Europe: Problems viewed from the sending country. In I. Başgöz and N. Furniss (Eds.) Turkish Workers in Europe. Indiana University Press. 1985.

31. A Model of family change through development: The Turkish family in comparative perspective in R. Lagunes and Y.H. Poortinga (Eds.) From a Different Perspective: Studies of Behavior Across Cultures. Lisse: Swets and Zeitlinger B.V., 1985.

32. The value of children: The role of the woman and her fertility in Turkey (Translated by A. Gailly). Cultur en Migratie, 1985-2, 39-54.

33. Book review in The International Journal of Turkish Studies of Dispute and Settlement in Rural Turkey: An Ethnography of Law by June Starr. Leiden: Brill, 3, 2, 1985-86, 139.

34. Status of women in Turkey: Cross-cultural perspectives. International Journal of Middle East Studies, 18, 4, 1986, 485-499.

35. Relevance of social psychology for development. Boğaziçi University Journal, 1986, 11 (1984), 23-32.

36. Alienation of the outsider: The plight of migrants. International Migration, 1987, 25, 195-210.

37. Individual and group loyalties: Are they Compatible? In Kağıtçıbaşı, Ç. (Ed.) Growth and Progress in Cross-Cultural Psychology. Lisse: Swets and Zeitlinger, 1987.

38. Diversity of socialization and social change. In Dasen, P., Berry J. and Sartorius, N. (Eds.),Health and Cross-Cultural Psychology: TowardApplications,Beverly Hills, Calif: Sage, 1988, 25-47.

39. Current Cross-Cultural Research in Psychology. Boğaziçi University Research Papers, ISS/PSY: 89-01, 1988.

40. (with I. Savaşır) Human abilities in the Eastern Mediterranean. In Irvine, S. H. and Berry, J. (Eds.) Human Abilities in Cultural Context. New York: CambridgeUniversity Press, 1988, 232-262.

41. Turkish migrants: Views from the sending country. In R. Akçelik and J. Elley (Eds). Turkish Community in Australia. Australian-Turkish Friendship Society Publ. no.3, Melbourne, 1988.

42. Social norms of Turkish migrants (translated by Ad Hermans) in L. Lieve and B. Herman (Eds.) Bilgi Alış-Verişi: Strategies in Health Promotion of Turkish Migrants (in Dutch). Koning Boudewij stichting Programma Welzijnszorg. Brusells, 1988.

43. Sex Roles, Family and Children in Turkey. Boğaziçi University Research Papers, ISS/PSY:  89-01, 1989.

44. With J. W. Berry, Cross-cultural psychology: Current research and trends. Annual Review of Psychology, 1989, 40, 493-531.

45. Child rearing in Turkey and an intervention research, Psychology and Developing Societies, 1989, 1,1, 37-52.

46. Child rearing in Turkey: Implications for immigration and intervention. In Eldering, L, and Kloprogge, F. (Eds.) Different Cultures, Same School. Lisse, Holland: Swets and Zeitlinger, 1989, 137-152.

47. Why individualism/collectivism? in Keats, D, M, Munro, D, and Mann, L. (Eds.) Heterogeneity in Cross-Cultural Psychology. Lisse, Holland: Swets and Zeitlinger, 1989.

48. Family and socialization in cross-cultural perspective: A model of change. In J. Berman (Ed) Cross-Cultural Perspectives: Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 1989, 37, NebraskaUniversity Press, 1990, 135-200.

49. Family and home-based education. In R. Brislin (Ed.) Applied Cross-Cultural Psychology. Beverly Hill, Calif.: Sage, 1990, 121-141.

50. Women’s intra-family status, education and employment in Turkey. In OECD Turkish Employment Organization, Improving Employment Prospects for Women in Changing Society.Ankara, 1990.

51. Turkish migrants: Views from the Sending Country (in German). In Bott, P., Merkens, H., Schmidt, F. (Hrsg.): Turkische Judendiche und Aussiedlerkinder in Familie und Schule, Theoretische und empirische Beitrage der padegogischen Forschung. Baltmannsweiler: Padegogischer Verlag Burgbücherel Schneider.1990, 31-44.

52. (with C. Landers) Measuring the Psychosocial Development of Young Children. Summary Report ofInnocenti Technical Workshop. Florence, Italy: UNICEF, 1990.

53. The Early Enrichment Project in Turkey. UNESCO-UNICEF-WFP Notes, CommentsNo.193, Paris, 1991.

54. Decreasing infant mortality as a global demographic change: A challenge to psychology. International Journal of Psychology, 1991, 26, 649-664.

55. Individualistic vs. relational model of man: The case of an intervention research. In Kıray, M. (Ed.) Structural Change in Turkish Society, Indiana University Turkish Studies Series: 10, Bloomington, Indiana: IndianaUniv. Press, 1991, 59-75.

56. Human development and societal development. Cross-Cultural Psychology Bulletin, 1992, 26, 3, 2-17.

57. (with D. Sunar) Family and socialization in Turkey. In J.L. Roopnarine and D.B. Carter (Eds.) Parent-Child Socialization in Diverse Cultures. Norwood, N. J. :Ablex, 1992, 75-88.

58. Linking the indigenous and universalist orientations. In Iwawaki, S., Kashima, Y. and Leung, K. (Eds.) Innovations in Cross-CulturalPsychology. Lisse, Holland: Swets and Zeitlinger, 1992, 29-37.

59. Research on parenting and child development in cross-cultural perspective. In M. Rosenzweig (Ed.) International Psychological Science. Washington, D.C. APA Publications, 1992, 137-160.

60. Book Review of Human Behavior in Global Perspective (by Segall, M.H., Dasen, P.R., Berry, J.W. and Poortinga, Y.H.), Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 1992, 23,1, 116-120.

61.Early enrichment project in Turkey. In Bekman, S. (Ed.) Different Models in Early Childhood Education. Ankara: UNICEF Publication, 1992, 43-64.

62. (With Öney, B.) Evaluation of Early Development Instruments in Turkey. Boğaziçi University Research Papers, 1992, 75 pp.

63. Commentary. Psychology and Developing Societies, 1993, 5, 2, 201-204.

64. Human development and societal development: Linking theory and application in Bouvy, A-M., v.d. Vijver, F.J.R. Boski, P. and Schimitz, P. (Eds.) Journeys into Cross-Cultural Psychology.Lisse, Holland: Swets and Zeitlinger, 1993, 7-27.

65. A Model of Multipurpose non-formal education: The case of the Turkish Early Enrichment Project. In Eldering, E. and Leseman, P. (Eds.) Early Intervention and Culture. Netherlands UNESCO, 1993, 253-268.

66. Psychology in Turkey. International Journal of Psychology, 1994, 29, 6, 729- 738.

67. La famille et la socialisation dans une perspective interculturelle: Un modele de transformation. In Bensalah, N. (Ed.) Families Turques et Maghrebine Aujourd’hui. Paris: Maisonneuve et Larose, 1994, 119-173.

68. Perspectives on the IEA Preprimary Project. In Olmsted, P and Weikart, D.P. (Eds.) Families Speak: Early Childhood Care and Education in 11 Countries. Ypsilanti, MI: The High/Scope Press, 1994, 349-358.

69. A Critical Appraisal of Individualism and Collectivism: Toward a New Formulation. In Kim, U.; Triandis, H.; Kağıtçıbaşı, Ç.; Choi, S. and Yoon, G. (Eds.) Individualism and Collectivism. Theory, Method and Applications. New Bury Park, CA: Sage, 1994, 52-65.

70. Is psychology relevant to global human development issues? American  Psychologist, 1995, 50, 4,293-300.

71. (with J. Adair) Development of psychology in developing countries: Factors facilitating and impeding its progress (Introduction) International Journal of Psychology, 30, 6, 1995, 633-641.

72. A Multipurpose Model of Nonformal Education: The Mother-Child Education Program. Ç. Kağıtçıbaşı, S. Bekman, A. Göksel. Coordinators’ Notebook: An International Resource for Early Childhood Development, 17, 1995, 25-32.

73. Final Report on Advanced Research-Training Seminars, 1994. International Journal of Psychology, 30, 1995, 507-509.

74. Çiğdem Kağıtçıbaşı (A personal account of my involvement in cross-cultural developmental psychology). In Thomas, D. and Hogan, J. (Eds.) A History of Developmental Pscyhology in Autobiography. Brown and Benchmark Pub. 1996, 121-136.

75. Cross-cultural psychology and development. In Pandey, J. Bhawuk, D. P.S. and Sinha, D. (Eds). Asian Contributions to Cross-Cultural Psychology. London: Sage, 1996, 42-49.

76. (with B. Ataca & D. Sunar) Variance in Fertility due to Sex related Differentation in Child Rearing Practices. In H. Grad, A. Blanco & J. Georgas (Eds.), Key Issues in Cross-Cultural Psychology. Selected Papers Volume from the XII. Cross Cultural Psychology Conference. Swets & Zeitlinger, 1996.

77. The Mother-Child Education Program as a Multidimensional Non-Formal Educational Program. In The Importance of Early Childhood Education. Ministry of Education and Mother-Child Education Foundation, Istanbul, 1996, 42-48.

78. Sections on Gender and Education. In the UNDP 1996 Human Development Report (Turkey), 1996, 29-35, 49-65.

79. The autonomous-relational self: A new synthesis. European Psychologist, 1996, 1, 180-186.

80. An interview with Çiğdem Kağıtçıbaşı (conducted with me by D. Sunar, on invitation from the journal), World Psychology, 1996, 2, 139-152.

81. Individualism and collectivism. In J. W. Berry, M. H. Segall & Ç. Kağıtçıbaşı (Eds.),Handbook of Cross-Cultural Psychology, vol 3.  Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1997.

82. Introduction: Social and Applied Psychology, Then and now. In J.W. Berry, M. H. Segall & C. Kağıtçıbaşı (Eds.) Handbook of Cross-Cultural Psychology, vol. 3. Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 1997.

83. Whither multiculturalism? Applied Psychology: An International Review, 1997, 44, 44-49.

84. The Turkish Early Enrichment Project and the Mother-Child Education Program. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 1997, 41, 70-72.

85. Crossing the Bosphorus: Toward a socially relevant and culturally sensitive career in psychology. In M. H. Bond (ed.) Working at the Interface of Cultures. London: Routledge, 1997, 126-137.

86. Final report on Advanced Research Training Seminars: Recommendations for the future. International Journal of Psychology, 1997, 32, 265-269.

87. Parent education and child development. In M.Young (Ed.) Early child development: Investing in the future of our children. New York: Elsevier, 1997, 243-272.

88. Interactive mediated learning: The Turkish experience. International Journal of Early Childhood, 1997, 29, 22-32.

89. (with D. Sunar) Family and socialization in Turkey. In B. Nauck and U. Schönpflug (eds.) Familien in Anderen Kulturen (Families in different cultures). Stuttgart: Enke Verlag, 1997, 145-161 (in German).

90. (with F. Gökşen) Perception and assessment of environmental change: A developing country perspective. In R. Kaufmann-Hoyoz (Ed.) Umweltverantwortliches Handeln (Symposium Proceedings in German), Universitat Bern, 1997, 144-156.

91. (with S. Bekman) Preschool Education and Intervention in Turkey. In G. Yıldıran and J. Durnin (Eds.) Recent Perspectives on Turkish Education. Bloomington, Indiana:Indiana University Turkish Studies Publications, 1997, 13-37.

92. Family, Woman and Children. In Human development report, 1997, 10.

93. Human development :Cross-Cultural Perspectives. In J. G. Adair, D. Belanger and K. L. Dion (Eds.) Advances in Psychological Science. Volume1: Social, Personal and Cultural Aspects. Hove, UK: Psychology Press Ltd., 1998, 475-495.

94. The Value of children: A Key to Gender Issues. International Child Health, 1998, 9(1), 15-24.

95. Early Learning and Human Development: The Turkish Early Enrichment Program, In Global Perspectives on Early Childhood Education. U.S. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C., 1998, 41-50.

96. Whatever happened to modernization? Cross-cultural Psychology Bulletin, 32(4), 8-12, 1998.

97. (with G. Fişek) Multiculturalism and Psychotherapy: The Turkish Case. In P. Pedersen (ed.) Multiculturalism as a Fourth Force. Castleton, NY: Hamilton Printing Company, 1999, 75-90.

98. An Application of Developmental Psychology. In A. Kazancıgil & D. Makinson (Eds.) World Social Science Report. Paris: UNESCO, 1999, 95.

99. Empowering Parents and Children: The Case of the Turkish Early Enrichment Project. In L. Eldering & P. M. Leseman (Eds.) Effective Early Education: Cross-cultural Perspectives, (pp. 235-258), NY: Falmer Press, 1999.

100. Working Directory of Centers involved in Research and Applied Work on the Young Child and the Family in Developing Countries and Eastern Europe. International Journal of Psychology, 1999, 34(3), 185-208.

101. The Model of Family Change: A Rejoinder International Journal of Psychology, 15-17, 34(1), 1999.

102. (with Y.H Poortinga) Introduction to the Special Issue on the Millennium Prelude Symposium, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 5-13, 31, 1, 2000.

103. (withY.H. Poortinga) Cross-Cultural Psychology: Issues and Overarching Themes, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 129-147, 31, 1, 2000.

104. Tele-Interview Contributions from Across Europe, European Psychologist, 33-36, Special Section of Issue 2/2000.

105. Japanese Childrearing: Two Generations of Scholarship by Schwalb & Schwalb, Book review, Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 412-413, 31, 3, 2000.

106. Indigenous Psychology and Indigenous Approaches to Developmental Research, International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development Newsletter, 6-9, 1, 37 (2000).

107. (with Y.H. Poortinga) Millennium Prelude Symposium: The Present State and Future of Cross-Cultural Psychology in W. Lonner, et al. (Eds.), Merging Past, Present and Future in Cross-Cultural Psychology, Swets&Zeitlinger, 2000.

108. (Cross) Cultural Psychology in K. Pawlik & M. R. Rosenzweig (Eds.), The International Handbook of Psychology, Sage Publications, 328-346, 2000.

109. Cultural Contextualism without Complete Relativism in the Study of Human Development. In A.L. Comunian & U. Gielen (eds.) International Perspectives on Human Development. Rome: Pabst, 97-115, 2000.

110. “Turkey”, Encyclopedia of Psychology, Alan E. Kazdin (Ed), Oxford University Press, (2000).

111. “School Readiness”, Encyclopedia of Psychology, Alan E. Kazdin (Ed), Oxford University Press, (2000).

112.(with D. Sunar & S. Bekman), Long-term Effects of Early Intervention: TurkishLow-income Mothers and Children, Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 333-361, 22, 2001.

113. What Constitutes Resilience? Book Review, Contemporary Psychology, 471-474, 46, 2001.

114. Development of Self and Competence in Cultural Context, Wassenaar, Holland: NIAS, Uhlenbeck Lecture19, 2001.

115. Rites of Passage to Adulthood: Adolescence in the Western World. Book Review, Human Development, 45(2), 136-140, 2002.

116. (with Georgas J. et al.), Functional relationships in the nuclear and extended family: A 16-culture study, International Journal of Psychology, 36(5), 289-300, 2001.

117. A model of family change in cultural context, Online Readings in Psychology and Culture, 2002.

118. Psychology and Human Competence Development, Applied Psychology: An International Review, 5-22, 51, 2002.

119. Patterns of Autonomy and Interdependence. In R. Liljestrom & E. Özdalga (Eds.), Autonomy and Dependence in The Family. (pp. 19-38). Istanbul: Swedish Research Institute, 2002.

120. Autonomy, Embeddedness and Adaptability in Immigration Contexts. Human Development, 46, 145-150, 2003.

121. Technical report with G. Mirdal. Immigration and the Construction of Identities in Contemporary Europe. (290 p.p.) Copenhagen, Denmark, 2003.

122. Human Development Across Cultures. In Cross Cultural Perspectives in Human Development(ed. T. S. Saraswathi)(pp. 166-191). New Delhi: Sage, 2003.

123. Socialization Across Cultures: Implications for training and interventions. In E. Leshen & D. Roer-Strier (Eds.). Cultural Diversity A Challenge to Human Sciences. (pp 229-255). Jerusalem: The Hebrew University Magnes Press, 2004.

124. An Interview with Çiğdem Kağıtçıbaşı, Online Conversations with International Psychologists.

125. (with S. Gülgöz) Intelligence and Intelligence Testing in Turkey. In R.J. Sternberg (Ed.), International Handbook for the Psychology of Human Intelligence. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004.

126. Culture and Child Development. In C. Spielberger (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Applied Psychology. Academic Press, 2004.

127. (with F. Gökşen & S. Gülgöz) Functional adult literacy and empowerment of women: Impact of a functional literacy program in Turkey. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 48, 6, 472-489, 2005.

128. (with B. Ataca) Value of children, family and self: A three decade portrait from Turkey. Applied Psychology: An International Review, 54, 3, 317-337, 2005.

129. Modernization does not mean westernization: Emergence of a different pattern. In W. Friedlmeier, P. Chakkarath, and B. Shwarz (Eds.), Culture and human developmentpp. 255-272. Psychology Press, 2005.

130. Çiğdem Kağıtçıbaşı: Conversations with international psychologists. Online (ed. U. Gielen), 2005.

131. Autonomy and relatedness in cultural context Implications for self and family. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 36,4, 403-422, 2005.

132. (with B. Ataca & A. Diri) The Turkish family and the value of children: Trends over time. In G. Trommsdorff & B. Nauck (Eds.), The Value of Children in Cross Cultural Perspectives: Case Studies From Eight Societies, pp.91-120. Lengerich: Pabst Science Publishers, 2005.

133. Preface, In M. Dekovic, T. Pels, and S. Model (Eds.), Unity and diversity in child rearing: Family life in a multicultural society, ix-xiii. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press, 2006.

134. An overview of acculturation and parent-child relationships. In M. Bornstein and L. Cote (Eds.), Acculturation and parent-child relationships:Measurement and development,319-332. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006.

135. Approaches to positive youth development: Building resources in the context of socio-economic disadvantage: Lessons from research for social policies. In R. Lerner & R. K. Silbereisen (Eds.), Approaches to Positive Youth Development, London: Sage, 2006.

136. Early start goes a long way: Notes on First Steps and TEEP. In M.-C. Foblets, J. Billiet, & J. Vrielinck (Eds.), Migratie en multiculturalisme. Leuven: Universitaire Pers Leuven, 2006.

137. Rediscovering Sherif. IACCP Bulletin, 40, 1-2, 20-28,2006.

138.(with N. Baydar, F. Gökşen, & A. Küntay) Effects of an Educational Television Program on Preschoolers, Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 29, 349-360, 2008.

139. (with D. Sunar, S. Bekman, N. Baydar & Z. Cemalcilar) Continuing effects of earlyintervention in adult life: The Turkish Early Enrichment Project 22 years later. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology,30, 6, 764-779, 2009.

140. (with Z. Cemalcılar & N. Baydar) Promoting competence: From research to applications, International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development Bulletin, 33, 3, 10-14,2009.

141. The parentingstyle of a Turkish reformer. In R. A. Shweder (Ed.) The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion, Chicago: University of Chicago, 2009.

142. (with N. Sümer) Culturally relevant parenting predictors of attachment security in Turkish context. In P. Erdman & K-M. Ng. (Eds.). Attachment: Expanding the cultural connections, 2010, 157-180.

143. Changing lifestyles changing competencies: Turkish migrant youth in Europe. Historical Social Research, 35, 2, 151-168, 2010.

144. (with A. Aycicegi). The value of children for parents in the minds of emerging adults. Cross-Cultural Research. 44, 174-205, 2010.

145. (with C. Ward). Introduction to “Acculturation theory, research and Application: Working with and for communities”.International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 34, 2, 97-100, 2010.

146. (with C. Ward). Applied acculturation research: Working with, for and beyond communities. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 34, 2, 186-189, 2010.

147. (with B. Ataca & A. Diri). Intergenerational relationships in the family: Ethnic, socioeconomic, and country variations in Germany, Israel, Palestine and Turkey. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology,41, 5-6, 652-671, 2010.

148. Is Family the Question? Review of The Family in Question, R. Grillo (Ed.) Amsterdam University Press, Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development, 415-416, 2011.

149. Self, Family and Culture: What is Common, What Changes? In S. Bruegelmans, A. Chasiotis & F. van de Vijver (Eds.) Fundamental Questions in Cross Cultural Psychology, (pp. 288-311).Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

150. Autonomous-related self and competence: The potential of immigrant youth. In (A.S. Masten, K. Liebkind & D.J.Hernandez, Eds.) Capitalizing on migration: The potential of immigrant youth. (pp. 415-447) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

151. (with D. Biricik). Generational Gains on the draw-a-person IQ scores: A three-decade comparison from Turkey. , Intelligence,38,5, 351-356, 2011

152. Socio-cultural change and integrative syntheses in Human development: Autonomous-related self and socio-cognitive competence. Child Development Perspectives, vol.5(3), 1-7,2011.

153. (with D. Güngör, K. Phalet)Old Phenomena, New Research : Values, Intercultural Relations and Acculturation among Turkish Migrant Youth in Belgium: A Comparison Across Migrant Sending and Host Communities.  In A. Icduygu, D. Yükseker (Eds.) Migration Around Turkey: Old Phenomena, New Research,357-400, Istanbul: , Koc University Press.

154. (with B. Mayer, G. Tromsdorff, R. Mishra) Family Models of Independence/Interdependence and Their Intergenerational Similarity in Germany, Turkey, and India. Family Science.1-11, 2012.

155.   Adolescent Autonomy-Relatedness and the Family in Cultural Context: What is  Optimal? Journal of Research on Adolescence, 23, 2, 223-235, 2013.

156. The Family and Child Well-Being, In A. Ben-Arieh, I. Frones, F. Casas & J.E. Korbin (Eds.), Handbook of Child Well-Being, 1229-1251, 2013, Springer.

157. (with D. Sunar, J. Leckman, P. Britto, C. Panter-Brick, K. Pruett, M. Reyes, W. Hodges, A. Zonderman, Y. Yazgan, A. Goksel & Y. Sirali) Is Early Childhood Relevant to Peacebuilding? Journal of Peacebuilding & Development. 8:3, 81-85, 2014

158. (with P. Britto, I. Gordan, W. Hodges, D. Sunavor & J. Leckman) Ecology of Peace. In J.F. Leckman, C. Panter-Brick & R. Salah, eds. A Pathways to Peace. Strüngmann Forum Reports, vol. 15. Cambridge, Ma: MIT Press, 27-39.

159. (with P. Britto) Interventions: What has Worked and Why? In J.F. Leckman, C. Panter-Brick & R. Salah, eds. A Pathways to Peace. Strüngmann Forum Reports, vol. 15. Cambridge, Ma: MIT Press, 305-322.

160. (with Britto, Salah, Abu-Nimer, Bhabha, et al.) Creating effective programs & policies to reduce violence & promote peace. In J.F. Leckman, C. Panter-Brick & R. Salah, eds. A Pathways to Peace. Strüngmann Forum Reports, vol. 15. Cambridge, Ma: MIT Press, 361-384.

161. (With C. Yalin) Family in Adolescence: Autonomy and Relatedness across Cultures, In L. Jensen (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Human Development and Culture: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, Oxford University Press, 410-424, 2015.

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