Scholar

Personal Information

Last Name Imamoğlu
First Name E.
Middle Name Olcay
Preferred Email enve.metu.edu.tr
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Current Professional Status

Current Institutional/University Affiliation Middle East Technical University
Department/Center Affiliation Department of Psychology
Starting Date of Position
Title (e.g., Associate Professor, Graduate Student) Professor
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Educational Background

Highest Degree Awarded Ph.D.
In what field or discipline? None
Degree Received From (school name) University of Strathclyde
Thesis or Dissertation Title Children's Understanding of Intentionality
If currently in degree program, what degree are you pursuing (BA, MA, PhD)?
What year will you complete your degree?
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Previous Professional Experience

Please list your MOST RECENT positions with most recent listed first and the institutions/companies where these positions were located (research assistantships and teaching assistantships if relevant). If none is available, please write the word "N/A" in the field. If possible, provide a brief description of your responsibilities for each position.
1: Institution or Company Middle East Technical University
1: Address Ankara, Turkey
1: Most Recent Position Professor
1: Dates of Employment 1981-present
1: Brief Description of Responsibilities Teaching and research; served as the department chair (1982-85; 1988-1997)
2: Institution or Company Hacettepe University
2: Address Ankara, Turkey
2: Most Recent Position Academic staff
2: Dates of Employment 1969-1981
2: Brief Description of Responsibilities Teaching and doing research
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3: Most Recent Position
3: Dates of Employment
3: Brief Description of Responsibilities

Areas of Specialization

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Turkey

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None

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None

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Keywords

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Family Modern Discourses
Marriage Practices And Relations
Nation Women And Gender
Research Interests (Please provide a brief summary in the space provided) self, gender and well-being within a cross-cultural perspective
Other Fields of Expertise or Experience
Current and Ongoing Projects The relationship between self and well-being in the family, marriage and work domains.

Languages and Fluency

Language Turkish Fluency: advanced
Language English Fluency: advanced
Language Fluency: None
Language Fluency: None
Language Fluency: None

Honors and Awards

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Received numerous reseach grants/awards from different institutions (e.g., Fulbright, NATO Scientific Committee, British Council, University of Strathclyde, Mass-Housing Administration, METU, American Field Service).

Publications

Please list five most recent and/or relevant works to women and Islamic cultures

Imamoğlu, E. O. & Karakitapoğlu-Aygün, Z. (2006). Actual, ideal, and expected relatedness with parents across and within cultures. European Journal of Social Psychology, 36, 721-745. Imamoğlu, E. O. (2006). Women, gender and aging as a segment of life cycle: Turkey. In S. Joseph (Ed.). Encyclopedia of women and Islamic cultures. Vol. 3 (Pp. 13-14). Leiden: Brill. Imamoğlu, E. O. (2004). Family. Modern Islamic discourses: Turkey and the Caucasus. In S. Joseph (Ed.). Encyclopedia of women and Islamic cultures. Vol. 2 (Pp. 165-166). Leiden: Brill. Imamoğlu, E. O. (2000). Changing gender roles and marital satisfaction in Turkey. In F. Acar & A. Güneş-Ayata (Eds.), Gender and identity construction: Women of Central Asia, the Caucasus and Turkey (pp. 101-116). Leiden: Brill. Imamoğlu, E. O. (1999). Some correlates of religiosity among Turkish adults and elderly within a cross-cultural perspective. In E. Thomas and S. Eisenhandler (Eds.) Religion, belief and spirituality in late life (Pp., 93-110). New York: Springer.

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