With HONORLOGIC, we aim to generate transformative evidence for theories of social interaction and decision-making in psychology, economics, and evolutionary science.
Current research outputs are listed below by category.
In the meantime, a repository of material related to the study of honour is being developed in our Resources & Materials pages.
Kirchner-Häusler, A., Schönbrodt, F.D., Uskul, A.K., Vignoles, V.L., Rodriguez-Bailón, R., Castillo, V.A., Cross, S.E., Gezici-Yalçın, M., Harb, C., Husnu, S., Ishii, K., Karamaouna, P., Kafetsios, K., Kateri, E., Matamoros-Lima, J., Miniesy, R, Na, J., Özkan, Z., Pagliaro, S., Psaltis, C., Rabie, D., Teresi, M., & Uchida, Y. (in press) Proximal and Distal Honor Fit and Subjective Well-Being in the Mediterranean Region. Narrow and Broad Conceptualizations of Environmental Influences on Personality: Journal of Personality.
Psaltis, C., Kirchner-Häusler, A., Uskul, A. K., Eleftheriou, A., & Kovras, I. (in press). The role of honour, dignity, and face values in transitional justice preferences in post-conflict Cyprus. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology. DOI: 10.1037/pac0000665 [Accepted Manuscript]
Oishi, S., & Uskul, A. K. (in press). Cross-cultural research methods. In H. Reis, T. West, and C. Judd (Eds.). Handbook of research methods in social and personality psychology.
Uskul, A. K., Cross, S., & Günsoy, C. (2023). The role of honour in intrapersonal, interpersonal and intergroup processes. Social Personality Psychology Compass, 17, e12719 [Published Version]
Cross, S. E., & Uskul, A. K. (2022). The pursuit of honor: Novel contexts, varied approaches, and new developments. In M. Gelfand, C. Chiu, C., and Y. Hong (Eds.) Advances in Culture and Psychology Series. Oxford University Press.
Gul, P., Cross, S. E., & Uskul, A. K. (2021). Implications of culture of honor theory and research for practitioners and prevention researchers. American Psychologist, 76(3), 502. https://doi.org/10.1037/amp0000653 [Accepted Manuscript]
Uskul, A. K., & Cross, S. E. (2020). Socio-ecological roots of cultures of honor. Current Opinion in Psychology, 32, 177–180. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.copsyc.2019.11.001
Uskul, A. K., & Oishi, S. (Eds.) (2020). Special issue in Current Opinion in Psychology (theme: Socio-Ecological Psychology) with 32 contributions.
Uskul A. K., & HONORLOGIC Team (February, 2023). “Honor, face and dignity in the Mediterranean region and beyond.” Oral Presentation at the 2023 Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology as part of the symposium “Honor to Us All: Advances in Research on Honor Cultures”. Atlanta, USA.
Kirchner-Häusler, A. (March, 2023) “Proximal and Distal Honor Fit and Subjective Well-Being in the Mediterranean Region”. Poster presentation at the 2023 International Convention of Psychological Science. Brussels, Belgium.
Uskul, A. K., & HONORLOGIC Team (March, 2023). “Neither Eastern nor Western: Patterns of Independence and Interdependence in Mediterranean Societies”. Oral Presentation at the 2023 International Convention of Psychological Science as part of the symposium “East, West, and the Rest: Exploring Psychological Variation across the Globe”. Brussels, Belgium.
Kirchner-Häusler, A., & HONORLOGIC Team (July 2022). “The cultural logic of relationships in dignity, face, and honor regions”. Oral Presentation at the International Association of Relationship Research Conference. Virtual.
Uskul, A. K. & HONORLOGIC Team (July, 2022). “Honor in the Mediterranean Region”. Oral presentation at the Regional Cultural Differences Conference. Barcelona, Spain.
Uskul, A. K. & HONORLOGIC team (July, 2022). “Regional Differences in Interdependence: The case of Mediterranean honor cultures”. Oral presentation at the 26th International Congress of the International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP). Virtual, July, 2022.
Kirchner-Häusler, A., & HONORLOGIC Team (June 2022). “The Relationship between Cultural Fit in Emotions and Subjective Wellbeing”. Oral presentation at the Consortium of European Research on Emotions (CERE). Granada, Spain.
Psaltis, C., Kirchner-Häusler, A., Uskul, A. K., & Eleftheriou, A. (July, 2022). “The Role of Honor, Dignity, and Face Values in Transitional Justice Preferences in Post-Conflict Cyprus”. Oral presentation at the International Society for Political Psychology Annual Meeting. Athens, Greece.
Uskul, A. K. (June, 2022). “Researching the self, relationality, and cognition circum Mediterranean: A comparative approach”. Invited Keynote at the 2nd Annual Meeting in Behavioural and Experimental Economics at the British University of Egypt, Experimental and Behavioural Economics Lab (EBEL).
Uskul, A. K. (February, 2022). “Cultural Differences in Social Orientation and Cognitive Style: New Insights from circum Mediterranean”. Invited speaker at the (Virtual) SPSP Advances in Cultural Psychology Preconference. San Francisco, USA.
Uskul, A. K. (February, 2022). Speaker at the “How to establish international and cross-cultural research collaborations”. Professional Development Session at the (Virtual) Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP) Annual Convention. San Francisco, USA.
Lamoreux, T., Castillo, V. A., Cross, S. E., Uskul, A. K., Kirchner-Häusler, A., & Vignoles, V. (2021, April 22-24). “Honor Values and Self-Construal”. Poster presented the 93rd Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL, United States.
Uskul, A. K., & Cooper, L. (2021, February). Conducting Social Psychological Research in non-WEIRD settings: Challenges and Opportunities. Professional Development Session. Annual Convention of the SPSP. Virtual.
Kirchner-Häusler, A., & Uskul, A. K. (2022, July). What shapes our self? The role of socio-contextual influences on independence and interdependence. Symposium at the 26th International Congress of the International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology (IACCP). Virtual.
Uskul, A. K. (2022, February). Culturally Shaped Selfhood: Distinct forms, Antecedents, and Consequences. Annual Convention of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP). Virtual.