Doruk Uysal Irak | Mount Allison

Doruk Uysal Irak

Assistant Professor

Publications

Saltoglu, S. & Uysal Irak, D. (2020). Primary versus secondary psychopathy: Coping styles as a mediator between psychopathy and well-being. Current Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-020-01155-8

Saltoglu, S., & Uysal Irak, D. (2020). Dark Triad: Narcissism, Machiavellism, and Psychopath. Turkish Psychological Articles, 23(45), 59-62. https://doi.org/ 10.31828/tpy1301996120190516m000017.

Uysal Irak, D., Kalkışım, K., & Yıldırım, M. (2020). Emotional support makes the difference:

Work-family conflict and employment related guilt among employed mothers. Sex Roles, 82,53-65. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11199-019-01035-x

Uysal Irak, D . (2019). Personality and Experience of Mobbing: Three Types of Mobbing and the Consequences at the Workplace . Journal of Human and Work , 6 (1) , 55-66. https://doi.org/10.18394/iid.457447

Uysal Irak, D . (2018). Importance of flexibility for decrasing work-family conflict among employed mothers . Journal of Human and Work, 5 (2) , 115-124 . https://doi.org/10.18394/iid.383620

Irak, D. & Mantler,J. (2018) .The role of temporal flexibility on person- environment fit and job satisfaction. Journal of Management and Organization, 24(6),829-845. https://doi.org/jmo.2017.50.

Kelle Özlem & ,Uysal Irak, Doruk (2018). Resilience as a Mediator Between Affect, Coping Styles, Support and Life Satisfaction. Life Skills Journal of Pychology, 2(3), 73-86., https://doi.org/10.31461/ybpd.42683

And,A., Sylvester, M.D., Turan, B.,Uysal Irak, D.,Ray,M.K, & Boggiano, M.M. (2017) The

Turkish Palatable Eating Motives Scale (T-PEMS): Utility in predicting binge-eating eating and obesity risk in university students. Eating and Weight Disorders, https://doi.org /10.1007/s40519-017-0383-z

Uysal Irak, D (2014).Person-Environment Fit: relationship between person-organization fit, life satisfaction and turnover intentions. Turkish Journal of Psychology, 29(74),34-45.

Uysal Irak,D. (2014). Extraversion and neuroticism: How personality affects employees’ perceptions

about fit.  (G.Rata, H.Arslan, P.L. Runcan & A.Akdemir Eds.), Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Social Sciences (s. 81-88).  Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Education

2010 PhD in Psychology/Social and Organizational Psychology, Carleton University,Ottawa,ON
2002 MSC in Psychology/ Industrial Psychology, Hacettepe University, Ankara,Turkey
1998 BA in Psychology, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey

Teaching

PSYC 2991 Workplace Stress and Well-being
PSYC 3991 Motivation & Emotion
PSYC 3991 Industrial and Organizational Psychology
PSYC 4991 Advanced Topics in Organizational Psychology

Research

As an industrial and organizational psychologist, I have three lines of research. The first one focuses on the work-family interface, which investigates the topics of work-family conflict, employed parents, and well-being at the workplace. The question of “how workplaces can be improved in order to promote employee well-being” is one of the focuses of those studies. The second line of research focuses on personality. I have series of studies which focus on individual differences in the workplace and how personality predicts various organizational outcomes. Recently I also focus on the Dark Triads such as Narcissism, Machiavellism, and Psychopath. Finally, my third line of research focuses on person environment fit in the workplace. I focus on especially organizational predictors of fit. I study related topics such as job satisfaction, turnover intentions, stress and well-being.