Profile
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Title: 
Assist. Prof. Dr.
Surname: 
NİYAZİ
Status: 
Full-Time Academic Staff
Program: 
Psychology
Telephone: 
+90 392 661 2915
E-mail: 
nasli@metu.edu.tr
Room: 
R-133
Educational Background: 
  • B.S., METU; M.S., University of Kent; Ph.D., London South Bank University
Research Interests: 
  • General area of Health Psychology
  • Cognitive processes and health with particular interest in addictive behaviours
  • Effects of psychological processes on health
  • Effects of personality on health and performance
  • Implicit attitude measurement
  • Management of pain
Courses Taught: 
  • PSYC 340 THEORIES OF PERSONALITY
  • PSYC 449 INTRODUCTION TO HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
  • PSYC 342 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
  • PSYC 343 PSYCHOLOGY OF ADDICTION
  • PSYC 242 COPING WITH STRESS
Selected Publications: 
  • Nabiyev, V.. Ayhan, S., Yüksel, S., Niyazi, A. et al. (2016). Does surgery for adult spinal deformity affect the cognitive abilities in patients over 50 years of age? Turkish Neurosurgery.
  • Niyazi, A. (2013). Health behaviour change models. In Ü. Okyayuz (Ed.), Health Psychology (2nd ed.). Ankara: Turkish Psychological Association.
  • Niyazi, A. (2013). Addictive behaviours. In Ü. Okyayuz (Ed.), Health Psychology (2nd ed.). Ankara: Turkish Psychological Association. Niyazi, A. (2013). Pain. In Ü. Okyayuz (Ed.), Health Psychology (2nd ed.). Ankara: Turkish Psychological Association.
  • Albery, I.P., Sharma, D., Niazi, A., Moss, A.C. (2006). Theoretical perspectives and approaches. Cognition and Addiction (1 29). Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Niyazi, A. & Albery, I. (2005). Attentional bias and outcome expectancies in smokers, ex smokers and non smokers. Psychology & Health, 20 (Conference supplement 1), 192 193.
  • Niyazi, A. & Albery, I. (2005). Attentional bias and outcome expectancies in smokers, ex smokers and non smokers. Psychology & Health, 20 (Conference supplement 1), 192 193. Niyazi, A. & Albery, I. (2004). Implicit and explicit attitudes towards drinking and the attitude behaviour consistency in problem drinkers and non problem drinkers. Psychology & Health, 19 (Conference supplement), 121 122.
  • Niyazi, A. & Albery, I. (2004). Implicit and explicit attitudes towards smoking and the attitude behaviour consistency in smokers and non smokers. Psychology & Health, 19 (Conference supplement), 122.