Dr Ayse Baskurt


NameDr Ayse Baskurt
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressa.baskurt@uel.ac.uk
Research institutePsychology

Research outputs

The relationship between gratitude and work engagement: examining the mediating role of employee resilience

Hoehn, A. and Başkurt, A. B. 2023. The relationship between gratitude and work engagement: examining the mediating role of employee resilience. European Journal of Applied Positive Psychology. 7 (12), pp. 1-13.

How does social support shape the relationship between career calling and PERMA?

Baskurt, A. and Kampman, H. 2022. How does social support shape the relationship between career calling and PERMA? European Journal of Applied Positive Psychology. 6 (4), pp. 1-15.

Worrying about leadership: Is it a liability or an advantage for leadership of women and men?

Karakulak, A., Baskurt, A., Koseoglu, G. and Aycan, Z. 2022. Worrying about leadership: Is it a liability or an advantage for leadership of women and men? Frontiers in Psychology. 13 (Art. 675522). https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2022.675522

Work–Family Interface and Crossover Effects: Exploring for the Effects of Gender

Baskurt, A. B. and Rajadhyaksha , U. 2020. Work–Family Interface and Crossover Effects: Exploring for the Effects of Gender. in: Cheung, F. M. and Halpern, D. F. (ed.) The Cambridge Handbook of the International Psychology of Women Cambridge University Press. pp. 329-341

The Work-Family Interface in Turkey

Baskurt, A. B. and Aycan, Z. 2017. The Work-Family Interface in Turkey. in: Korabik, K., Aycan, Z. and Ayman, R. (ed.) The Work-Family Interface in Global Context Routledge.

Policy Report 2: Predictors of Unemployment of PhD Graduates in Social Sciences and Humanities

Aycan, Z. and Baskurt, A. B. 2014. Policy Report 2: Predictors of Unemployment of PhD Graduates in Social Sciences and Humanities. CERIS CNR and University of Salford.

Gender Role Attitudes of Female Students in Single-Sex and Coeducational High Schools in Istanbul

Baskurt, A. B. and Rankin, B. 2013. Gender Role Attitudes of Female Students in Single-Sex and Coeducational High Schools in Istanbul. Sex Roles. 69, pp. 455-468. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-013-0277-0
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