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Ahmet Çoymak (for the pronunciation: Choymok) is a transnational peace activist and a peace psychologist. He received his MSc degree from the social psychology graduate program at Middle East Technical University (METU) in Turkey by researching the psychological dynamics of intractable Kurdish-Turkish conflict. Then, he moved to Northern Ireland to receive his PhD in political psychology at Queen’s University Belfast 2015 by studying on the complex nature of multiple social identities and intergroup trust in the aftermath of the bitter conflict between Protestant and Catholic communities in Northern Ireland. His PhD project was awarded by Institute of Child Care Research at Queen’s University Belfast. As a WEISS research scholar at Barnard College, Columbia University Psychology department, he studied his cross-national research on national identity contents and justice perception in human nature with collaboration with the University of Connecticut. He is currently affiliated with and a founder of the School of Psychology at Abdullah Gul University, Kayseri Turkey. His primary interests in political psychology include but are not limited to, the content of social self, gender relationships, civic engagement, political trust, stereotypes and prejudice.


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Ahmet Çoymak (Choymok), PhD Assistant Professor (Head of Department) Abdullah Gül University Psychology Department Sumer Campus 38080 Kocasinan/Kayseri, Turkey