Falih Köksal, Vice Chair

Clinical / Learning

Professor

Ph: +90 212 359 70 50

Education: 

PhD, University of Stirling, 1987

MS, Boğaziçi University, 1984

BS, Boğaziçi University, 1982

Courses Taught: 
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Learning
  • Experimental Psychology
  • Psychology of Personality
  • Selected Topics in Human Motivation
  • Advanced Learning Theory
  • Research Methods in Psychology
Research Interests: 
  • Classical conditioning in the sexual behavior of animals
  • Observational learning
  • Effects of anxiety on visual attention
  • Anxiety disorders
Recent Publications: 

Köksal, F., Domjan, M., Kurt A., Sertel Ö., Örüng S., Bowers R., & Kumru, G., (2004). An animal model of fetishism. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 42, 1421-1434.

Köksal, F., & Domjan, M. (1998). Observational conditioning of sexual behavior in the domesticated quail. Animal Learning and Behavior,

Köksal, F., Domjan, M., & Weisman, G. (1994). Blocking of the sexual conditioning of differentially effective conditioned stimulus object. Animal Learning and Behavior, 22, 103-111.

Köksal, F. (1994). Psikoloji araştırmalarynda insan ve hayvan denekler ile ilgili ahlak ilkeleri. Psikiyatri, Psikoloji ve Psikofarmakoloji Dergisi, Ek-2, 66-72.

Köksal, F., Power, K., & Sharp, D. (1991). Profiles of DSM-III anxiety disorders on the Four Systems Anxiety Questionnaire.Personality and Individual Differences, 12, 643-651.

Köksal, F., & Power, K. (1990). Four Systems Anxiety Questionnaire (FSAQ). A self-report measure of somatic, cognitive, behavioral and feeling components. Journal of Personality Assessment, 54, 534-544.