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Publications

Ozcelik, E. & Tekman, H. G. (2012).  Effects of graph type, conceptual domain and perceptual organization of information on graph comprehension.  New Educational Review, 27, 232-243. Abstract

Karacan, H., Çağıltay, K., & Tekman, H. G. (2010).  Change detection in desktop virtual environments:  An eye-tracking study.  Computers in Human Behavior, 26, 1305-1313. Abstract

Tekman, H.G.,  Hortaçsu, N., & Ok, A. B. (2008). Message content, group identification and the intergroup sensitivity effect:  Responses to the message and recognition memory.  Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 11, 279-285. Abstract

Conference Presentations

İmren, M. & Tekman, H. G. (2015). Cognitive effects of ICT (Information and Commucication Technology) usage in Turkish young people. Poster presented at the 14th European Congress of Psychology, Milan, Italy.

Tekman, H. G. & Şahin, G. (Kasım, 2013).  Remember/know and modality effects in a forced choice test of false memory.  Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada.

Şahin, G. & Tekman, H. G. (April, 2012).  Sahte hatıralarda iki alternatifli zorunlu seçme yöntemiyle tanıma belleğinin incelenmesi [An investigation of false recollection with the two-alternative-forced-choice method].  Poster presented at the 17th National Congress of Psychology, İstanbul, Türkiye.

Şahin, G. & Tekman, H. G. (Ekim, 2011).  Recollection, sensitivity, and bias in false memories with auditory and visual study.  Poster presented at the Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, San Sebastian, Spain.

 

Özkılıç, Y. & Tekman, H. G. (Ekim, 2011).  Analyzing categorical and associational false memories with signal detection theory.  Poster presented at the Meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, San Sebastian, Spain.

 

İnan, A. B. & Tekman, H. G. (July, 2008).  Revelation effect on autobiographical memories.  Poster presented at the 29th International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany.

 

Tekman, H. G. & Güleç, H. (July, 2007).  The relation of memory for contextual detail to field dependence or independencePaper presented at the joint meeting of the Experimental Psychology Society and Psychonomic Society, Edinburgh, Scotland.

 

Özge (Kükürt), D. & Tekman, H. G. (May, 2006).  Comprehension of Turkish relative clauses in agrammatic Brocas aphasia.  Poster presented at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Ghent, Belgium.

 

Mısırlısoy, M. & Tekman, H. G. (November, 2005).  Effects of associative processes on false memory:  Evidence from DRM and category lists.  Poster presented at the Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
 

Özçelik, E. & Tekman, H. G. (July, 2005).  Towards a mapping principle in graphical organization.  Paper presented at the 11th International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tekman, H. G. (September, 2005).  Generation effects on memory for item and context:  Effects of list composition.  Paper presented at the 14th meeting of the European Society for Cognitive Psychology, Leiden, the Netherlands.

Özçelik, E. & Tekman, H. G. (July, 2004).  Effects of graph type, conceptual domain and perceptual organization of information on graphical reasoning.  7th Conference of European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (Junior Researchers), Istanbul, Türkiye.

Kükürt, D. & Tekman, H. G. (May, 2004).  Türkçe konuşan Broka afazili hastaların ilgi tümcelerini anlama modelleriEskişehir Anadolu Üniversitesi Dil ve Konuşma Bozuklukları Konferansı.

Tekman, H. G. (November, 2003).  Generation effects on item and source memory are mediated by list composition.  Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Vancouver, Canada.

Tekman, H. G. (November, 2001). Item and source memory in conceptual and perceptual tests. Paper presented at the Psychonomic Society Annual Meeting, Orlando, Florida.

Kazak-Berument, S. & Tekman, H. G. (September, 1997). Ability to make inferences in autism. Paper presented at the British Psychological Society Developmental Psychology Section Annual Conference, Loughborough, United Kingdom.