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dr. Y. (Yasin) Koc

Assistant Professor



I am interested in conducting research in areas of identity and intergroup processes, with particular emphasis on stigma, identity threat, coping, and well-being of disadvantaged group members, especially in the case of multiple conflicting identities. I am doing more experimental work these days, but also continue to use qualitative and correlational methods depending on the research question under scrutiny. Mainly, I am interested in four broad areas of research:

1. Multiple conflicting identities and ways of increasing identity integration

2. The effect of negative intergroup experiences on the status and well-being of disadvantaged groups (e.g., refugees, sexual minorities, religious minorities)

3. Intergroup toleration (especially in the case of Muslim minorities)

4. Progressive/modern masculinities and its implications in society
Last modified:20 December 2021 10.38 a.m.

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