Browsing by Author "Doğruyol, Burak"
Authors:İsler, Ozan; Yılmaz, Onurcan; Doğruyol, Burak
Publisher and Date:(Society for Judgment and Decision making, 2020)Manipulations for activating reflective thinking, although regularly used in the literature, have not previously been systematically compared. There are growing concerns about the effectiveness of these methods as well as increasing demand for them. Here, we study five promising reflection manipulations using an objective performance measure — the Cognitive Reflection Test 2 (CRT-2). In our large-scale preregistered online experiment (N = 1,748), we compared a passive and an active control condition ...
The five-factor model of the moral foundations theory is stable across WEIRD and non-WEIRD cultures Authors:Doğruyol, Burak; Alper, Sinan; Yılmaz, Onurcan
Publisher and Date:(Pergamon-Elsevıer Scıence Ltd, 2019)Although numerous models attempted to explain the nature of moral judgment, moral foundations theory (MFT) led to a paradigmatic change in this field by proposing pluralist "moralities" (care, fairness, loyalty, authority, sanctity). The five-factor structure of MFT is thought to be universal and rooted in the evolutionary past but the evidence is scarce regarding the stability of this five-factor structure across diverse cultures. We tested this universality argument in a cross-cultural dataset ...
Authors:Bıçaksız, Pinar; Harma, Mehmet; Doğruyol, Burak; Lajunen, Timo; Özkan, Türker
Publisher and Date:(Elsevier Science, 2018)Self-reported measures of driving skills have the potential shortcomings of the general self report methodology such as social responding and self-enhancement biases. In the present study the Implicit Association Test (IAT) procedure was adapted to measure the implicit evaluations of driving skills. The performance of IAT and an explicit self-report measure of driving skills were compared in predicting driver behaviors and performance. Ninetyone Turkish male drivers participated in the study. The ...