|Albuquerque, Sara and Büyükcan Tetik, Asuman and Stroebe, Margaret S. and Schut, Henk A. W. and Narciso, Isabel and Pereira, Marco and Finkenauer, Catrin (2017) "Meaning and coping orientation of bereaved parents: individual and dyadic processes", PLoS One, Vol.12, No.6 ()|
|Büyükcan Tetik, Asuman and Finkenauer, Catrin and Schut, Henk and Stroebe, Margaret and Stroebe, Wolfgang (2017) "The impact of bereaved parents' perceived grief similarity on relationship satisfaction", Journal of Family Psychology, Vol.31, No.4, 409-419 ()|
|Bleidorn, Wiebke and Büyükcan Tetik, Asuman and Schwaba, Ted and Van Scheppingen, Manon A. and Denissen, Jaap J. A. and Finkenauer, Catrin (2016) "Stability and change in self-esteem during the transition to parenthood", Social Psychological and Personality Science, Vol.7, No.6, 560-569 ()|
SU Öncesi Yayınları:
Finkenauer, C., & Buyukcan-Tetik, A. (2015). To know you is to feel intimate with you: Felt knowledge is rooted in disclosure, solicitation, and intimacy. Family Science, 6, 109-118.
Finkenauer, C., Buyukcan-Tetik, A., Baumeister, R., Schoemaker, K., Bartels, M., & Vohs, K. D. (2015). Out of control: Identifying the role of self-control strength in family violence. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 24, 261-266.
Dijkmans, C., Kerkhof, P., Buyukcan-Tetik, A., & Beukeboom, C. J. (2015). Online conversation and corporate reputation: A two-wave longitudinal study on the effects of social media exposure to a highly interactive company. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 20, 632-648.*
*Received 2015 Bob Heath Top Paper Award from the International Communication Association.
Buyukcan-Tetik, A., Finkenauer, C., Siersema, M., Vander Heyden, K., & Krabbendam, L. (2015). Social relations model analyses of perceived self-control and trust in families. Journal of Marriage and Family, 77, 209-223.
Buyukcan-Tetik, A., Finkenauer, C., Kuppens, S., & Vohs, K. D. (2013). Both trust and self-control are necessary to prevent intrusive behaviors: Evidence from a longitudinal study of married couples. Journal of Family Psychology, 27, 671-676.