İ. Ercan Alp, Ph.D.

Developmental

Professor

Retired

Ph: +90 212 359 70 54 

Education: 

PhD, York University, 1988MA, University of Toronto, 1977BA, Middle East Technical University, 1974

Courses Taught: 
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Psychological Measurement
  • Life Span Developmental Psychology I & II
  • Human Development in Social Context
  • Advanced Developmental Psychology
  • Special Topics in Developmental Psychology
  • Readings and Research: Executive Function in Toddlers
  • Lab/Fieldword in Developmental Psychology
Research Interests: 
  • Cognitive development in very young children
  • Intelligence
  • Parenting Practices
  • Attachment Theory
Recent Publications: 

Senturk, N., Yeniceri, N., Alp, İ. E. & Altan-Atalay, A. (2014). An exploratory study on the Junior Brixton Spatial Rule Attainment test in 6- to 8-year-olds. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 32(2), 123-132.

Aksu-Koç, A., Ögel-Balaban, H. & Alp, İ. E. (2012). The Relationship between Source Memory and Linguistic Encoding of Source: A Study of 3-6 year-olds. Türk Psikoloji Dergisi, 27(70), 26-47.

Aksu-Koç, A., Ögel-Balaban, H. & Alp, İ. E. (2009). Evidentials and source knowledge in Turkish. New Directions in Child and Adolescent Development, 125, 13-28.

Haskuka, M., Sunar, D. & Alp, İ. E. (2008). War exposure, attachment and moral reasoning. Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology39, 381-401.

Alp, İ. E. & Özdemir, B. Ö. (2007). Çocuklarda akıcı zekanın (Gf) bilgi işleme hızı, kısa süreli bellek ve çalışma belleği kapasitesi ile ilişkisi (Prediction of fluid intelligence in first graders from processing speed, short-term memory, and working memory capacity). Türk Psikoloji Dergisi,22(60), 1-15.

Alp, İ. E. & Diri, A. (2003). Bilişsel Yetenekler Testinin (CogAT®) ana sınıfı ve birinci sınıf öğrencileri için kurultu geçerliği çalışması (A validation sturdy of CogAt® for Turkish kidergarten and grade 1 students). Türk Psikoloji Dergisi,18(51), 19-31.

 

Alp, İ. E. (1994). Measuring the size of working memory in very young children: The Imitation Sorting Task. International Journal of Behavioral Development17, 125-141.