Tugba Uzer
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On the prevalence of directly retrieved autobiographical memories.
T Uzer, PJ Lee, NR Brown
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 38 (5), 1296, 2012
752012
The transitional impact scale: Assessing the material and psychological impact of life transitions
C Svob, NR Brown, JR Reddon, T Uzer, PJ Lee
Behavior Research Methods 46 (2), 448-455, 2014
372014
The effect of cue content on retrieval from autobiographical memory
T Uzer, NR Brown
Acta Psychologica 172, 84-91, 2017
182017
Disruptive individual experiences create lifetime periods: A study of autobiographical memory in persons with spinal cord injury
T Uzer, NR Brown
Applied Cognitive Psychology 29 (5), 768-774, 2015
152015
Retrieving autobiographical memories: How different retrieval strategies associated with different cues explain reaction time differences
T Uzer
Acta psychologica 164, 144-150, 2016
122016
Socioemotional selectivity in older adults: Evidence from the subjective experience of angry memories
T Uzer, S Gulgoz
Memory 23 (6), 888-900, 2015
22015
Event centrality, transitional impact and symptoms of posttraumatic stress in a clinical sample
T Uzer, L Beşiroğlu, M Karakılıç
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 33 (1), 75-88, 2020
12020
Validity and reliability testing of the transitional impact scale
T Uzer
Stress and Health, 2020
2020
Adverse childhood experiences lead to trans-generational transmission of early maladaptive schemas
Z Zeynel, T Uzer
Child abuse & neglect 99, 104235, 2020
2020
The Effects of Cue Content and Cue Repetition on Retrieval from Autobiographical Memory
T Uzer Yildiz
2012
Uzer, T., & Brown, NR (revision submitted). Disruptive Individual Experiences Create Lifetime Periods: A Study of Autobiographical Memory in Persons with Spinal Cord Injury …
T Uzer
University of Alberta, 2011
2011
Subjective Experience of Autobiographical Memory: The Role of the Discrete Emotions, Participant Age of Memory
T Uzer
Koç University, 2007
2007
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