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individuals. In Zukauskiene, R. (ed.), Emerging Adults in Europe. Routledge
Demir, M., Haynes, A., & Potts, S. (in press). My friends are my estate:
Friendship experiences mediate the relationship between perceived responses to
capitalization attempts and happiness. Journal of Happiness Studies.
Demir, M., Haynes, A., Orthel-Clark, H., & Ozen, A. (in press). Volunteer bias in research on friendship
among emerging adults. Emerging Adulthood.
Demir, M., Özen, A, & Procsal, A. (2014). Friendship and happiness. In
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Şimşek, Ö. F., Koydemir, S., & Demir, M. (2014). From personality to
happiness within a positive psychology framework: Sense of uniqueness as a
mediator.Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 54, 314-335.
Şimşek, Ö. F., & Demir, M. (2014). A cross-cultural investigation into the
relationships among parental support for basic psychological needs, sense of
uniqueness and happiness. Journal of Psychology, 148, 387-411.
Demir, M., & Davidson, I. (2013). Toward a better understanding of the
relationship between friendship and happiness: Perceived responses to
capitalization attempts, feelings of mattering, and satisfaction of basic
psychological needs in same-sex best friendships as predictors of happiness.
Journal of Happiness Studies, 14, 525-550.
Demir, M., Doğan, A., & Procsal, A. (2013). I am so happy ‘cause my friend
is happy for me: Capitalization, friendship, and happiness among U.S. and
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Dr. Demir teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in developmental psychology. He also teaches courses on cross-cultural psychology and close relationships.