Bahar Tunįgenį
Bahar Tunįgenį
University of Nottingham, School of Psychology
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Movement synchrony forges social bonds across group divides
B Tunįgenį, E Cohen
Frontiers in psychology 7, 782, 2016
Distributed agency
NJ Enfield, P Kockelman
Oxford University Press, 2017
Rock With Me: The Role of Movement Synchrony in Infants' Social and Nonsocial Choices
B Tunįgenį, E Cohen, C Fawcett
Child development 86 (3), 976-984, 2015
Interpersonal movement synchrony facilitates pro‐social behavior in children's peer‐play
B Tunįgenį, E Cohen
Developmental science 21 (1), e12505, 2018
Infants’ use of movement synchrony to infer social affiliation in others
C Fawcett, B Tunįgenį
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 160, 127-136, 2017
Early understanding of normativity and freedom to act in Turkish toddlers
B Tunįgenį, A Hohenberger, H Rakoczy
Journal of Cognition and Development 16 (1), 44-54, 2015
Towards a comprehensive socio-psychological perspective: A critique of social dominance theory
B Tunįgenį
Journal of European Psychology Students 2 (1), 2010
Social influence matters: We follow pandemic guidelines most when our close circle does
B Tunįgenį, M El Zein, J Sulik, M Newson, Y Zhao, G Dezecache, ...
British Journal of Psychology, 2021
Corrigendum: Movement Synchrony Forges Social Bonds across Group Divides
B Tunįgenį, E Cohen
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1737, 2016
Commentary: A construct divided: prosocial behavior as helping, sharing, and comforting subtypes
B Tunįgenį
Frontiers in psychology 7, 491, 2016
Leadership and tempo perturbation affect coordination in medium-sized groups
B Tunįgenį, E Travers, MT Fairhurst
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-11, 2021
We distance most when we believe our social circle does
B Tuncgenc, M El Zein, J Sulik, M Newson, Y Zhao, G Dezecache, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
The role of physical activity and touch in children’s social bonding
M Jefferies, B Tunįgenį, E Cohen
International Journal of Comparative Psychology 31, 2018
Computerized Assessment of Motor Imitation as a Scalable Method for Distinguishing Children With Autism
B Tunįgenį, C Pacheco, R Rochowiak, R Nicholas, S Rengarajan, E Zou, ...
Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging 6 (3), 321-328, 2021
Trust in science boosts approval, but not following of COVID-19 rules
J Sulik, O Deroy, G Dezecache, M Newson, Y Zhao, M El Zein, ...
Are infants’ social preferences grounded in action synchrony?
B Tuncgenc, C Fawcett
Presented at the Society for Research in Child Development, Philadelphia, PA …, 2015
Digital Contact Does Not Promote Wellbeing, but Face-to-Face Does: A Cross-National Survey During the Covid-19 Pandemic
M Newson, M El Zein, J Sulik, Y Zhao, G Dezecache, O Deroy, ...
PsyArXiv, 2021
Move together, bond together: Visuomotor synchrony and social bonding in children and adults
EM Howard, D Ropar, R Newport, B Tuncgenc
PsyArXiv, 2021
Mimicry is associated with procedural learning, not social bonding, neural systems in autism
B Tunįgenį, C Koch, A Herstic, IM Eigsti, S Mostofsky
bioRxiv, 2020
B Tunįgenį, M Jefferies
The International Encyclopedia of Anthropology, 1-10, 2018
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