Browsing by Author "Kumkale, Gökçe Tarcan"
Authors:Sen, Celia K. Naivar; Baruh, Lemi; Kumkale, Gökçe Tarcan
Publisher and Date:(Springer/Plenum Publishers, 2016)The present study investigates the influence of workforce participation on women's cancer screening behaviors in Turkey. In cultures with predominantly Muslim populations like Turkey emphasis is typically placed on a woman's traditional role as a child bearer. Although the impact of workforce participation on women's welfare has been studied in various contexts the relationship between workforce participation and health protective behavior has received scant attention. Using quantitative data from ...
How people can become persuaded by weak messages presented by credible communicators: Not all sleeper effects are created equal Authors:Albarracin, Dolores; Kumkale, Gökçe Tarcan; Vento, Patrick Poyner-Del
Publisher and Date:(Academic Press Inc Elsevier Science, 2017)The sleeper effect has been proposed to describe temporal changes in persuasion for messages associated with noncredible sources. The present research introduces a new kind of sleeper effect denoting increases in persuasion for weak messages associated with credible sources. This effect of the source was hypothesized to derive from attending to the message source rather than the message arguments and reconstructing delayed attitudes primarily on the basis of the source information. Findings from ...
Authors:Sarial-Abi, Gulen; Gurhan-Canli, Zeynep; Kumkale, Gökçe Tarcan; Yoon, Yeosun
Publisher and Date:(Elsevier Science Bv, 2016)Discretionary spending is an important indicator of economic well-being. However prior research is limited in empirically testing who is more likely to make discretionary purchases. To address this research gap this article suggests that those who have less clearly and confidently defined internally consistent and temporally stable self-knowledge (i.e. those who have low self-concept clarity [SCC]) have higher discretionary spending tendencies than high-SCC individuals. The results indicate that ...