I am a PhD candidate in the School of Psychology at Keele University, sponsored by the Turkish Ministry of National Education. I completed my undergraduate studies at Ataturk University (BSc Psychological Counselling and Guidance) in Turkey. I then obtained a master's degree in Social and Organisational Psychology from the University of Exeter.

My PhD research centres on the effect of social norms on political behaviour and attitudes. Specifically, I investigate dynamic norms can be more effective than static norms on sustainable behaviour and attitudes change. This project expands on how specific forms of norms influence behaviour across different groups by examining the dynamic norm among both advantaged and disadvantaged groups.

Supervisors: Dr Huseyin Cakal and Dr Masi Noor

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