Virtual Seminar with Ozlem Ayduk (UC Berkeley) on Self-Distancing
23.03.2021, by Tina Keil in announcement
Online Zoom Webinar
April 6th, 2021, 7 pm Istanbul time (4 pm UTC)
Please join the Sabanci University Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences for our Spring 2021 Distinguished Research Fellow Talk with Ozlem Ayduk, Professor of Psychology at the University of California, Berkeley.
From a distance: Implications of self-distancing for affect and behavior under stress
The event is open free of charge to all interested scholars across the globe. You may find further information about the event and register by following this link. https://fass.sabanciuniv.edu/en/event-detail/psychology-webinar-ozlem-ayduk-university-california-berkeley-22690
This talk will describe a program of research on the emotion regulatory benefits of self-distancing -- the process of transcending one’s egocentric point of view in the here-and-now. It will focus on linguistic mechanism that focus present data from multiple levels of analyses (e.g., behavioral, neural) using a variety of research designs (i.e., correlational, experimental, longitudinal) that elucidate how and why self-distancing might foster both personal and interpersonal well-being. Implications of the findings for applications (intervention, therapy, training) will be discussed.