Cansu Ece received her BA in Psychology from Özyeğin University in 2017. During her undergraduate education, she assisted a research project as an observation coder that investigates pretend play behaviors of pre-schoolers and their social-cognitive development. She took part in a project that aims to improve mother-child attachment relationship as an undergraduate research assistant. She started to her own independent study that investigates the effects of interparental conflicts on young adults’ current romantic relationship with the help of Asst. Prof. Selenga Gürmen. During her intern in Şişli Florence Nightingale Hospital, she took part in the scientific studies as a research assistant in the department of psychology and neurology.
She studies MA with thesis in Couple and Family Therapy in Özyeğin University. She is particularly interested in studying the romantic relationship conflicts, conflict resolution styles, relationship satisfaction and intergenerational transmission of romantic relationship patterns.