University of Calgary

Duygu Biricik Gulseren

  • Senior Research Associate - CCAL
  • Sessional Instructor (starts on May 1, 2021)

Currently Teaching

Bio

My research is focused on leadership (e.g., transformational leadership, abusive supervision, leadership development), healthy work (e.g., chronic pain at work, work-life-health interface), and careers (e.g., career regret, career change). I use a wide range of methodologies including experiments, interventions, qualitative, and quantitative methods (e.g., longitudinal/multilevel studies, large-scale surveys).


I am a PhD candidate in Industrial/Organizational Psychology at Saint Mary’s University. I earned my BSc. and MA from Koc University. Prior to Haskayne, I taught at Saint Mary's University and Sobey School of Business and worked as a human resources consultant. 
 

Selected Publications

Selected Papers

Gulseren, D.B., Thibault, T., Kelloway, E.K., Mullen, J., Teed, M., Gilbert, S., Dimoff, J. (accepted with minor revisions). R.I.G.H.T. Leadership: Scale development and validation of a psychologically healthy leadership model. Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences. (AJG 2*)

 

Koc, Y., Gulseren, D.B., & Lyubykh, Z. (in press). Masculinity contest culture and organizational citizenship behaviors. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. (AJG 4*)

 

Gulseren, D.B., Lyubykh, Z., & Turner, N. (in press). Work safety behaviors and COVID-19. Industrial and Organizational Psychology: Perspectives on Science and Practice. (AJG 1*)

 

Gulseren, D.B. & Kelloway, E.K. (2021). Working through the pain: the chronic pain experience of full-time employees. Occupational Health Science. https://doi.org/10.1007/s41542-020-00078-x

 

Grocutt, A., Gulseren, D.B., Weatherhead, J.G., & Turner, N. (2020).Can mentoring programs develop leadership?. Human Resources Development International. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13678868.2020.1850090. (AJG 2*)

 

Gulseren, D.B. & Aycan, Z. (2019). Health-life agreement: conceptualization of a new construct and measurement. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. 34(1), 38-61.

 

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