Hayriye Güleç, PhD is an assistant professor at the Department of Psychology at Bursa Uludağ University and a postdoc at Interdisciplinary Research Team on Internet and Society at Masaryk University. Her research interests center on e-mental health, psychotherapy research, assessment in eating disorders, and discrimination, stigma, and representation of disadvantaged groups. Her current research focus is concerned with adolescents’ online health information-seeking behaviors, trust evaluations of online health information and the role of parental mediation.
Promotion of young people’s mental health through technology-enhanced personalization of care. You can find more information about the project HERE.
Individually Tailored Stepped Care for Women with Eating Disorders. You can find more information about the project HERE.
Hayriye Güleç, Ph.D.
- e-mental health
- psychotherapy research and assessment in eating disorders
- discrimination, stigma, and representation of disadvantaged groups
- adolescents' online health information-seeking behaviors
- parental mediation
- trust in online health information