Constitution of gender roles in children, the effects of cultural morality on children, language and emotional socialization with parenting.
Merve Fidan graduated from Department of Psychology of Yeditepe University with certificate of high honor in 2017. In 2015, she completed 5 month exchange programme in the Netherlands. During Bachelor’s program, she and her two colleagues presented their research study which called “The Effect of Motion and Social Anxiety on Time Perception” with poster session for psychology conference that located in Antalya. In 2017 she got accepted to Applied Developmental Psychology Master’s Program at Özyeğin University. She is interested in constitution of gender roles in children, the effect of language socialization on learning gender roles, the effects of morality, gender roles on pretend playing and emotional development.