- Associate Professor, CWRU School of Medicine
- Karakurt G, Keiley M, Posada G. Intimate Relationship Aggression in College Couples: Family-of-Origin Violence, Egalitarian Attitude, Attachment Security. J Fam Violence. 2013 Aug;28(6):561-575.
- Karakurt G, Smith D, Whiting K. Impact of Intimate Partner Violence on Women's Mental Health. J Fam Violence. 2014 Oct 1;29(7):693-702
- Karakurt G, Whiting K, van Esch C, Bolen SD, Calabrese JR. Couples Therapy for Intimate Partner Violence: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. J Marital Fam Ther. 2016 Oct;42(4):567-583.
- Karakurt G, Patel V, Whiting K, Koyutürk M. Mining Electronic Health Records Data: Domestic Violence and Adverse Health Effects. J Fam Violence. 2017 Jan;32(1):79-87.
- Karakurt G, Koç E, Çetinsaya EE, Ayluçtarhan Z, Bolen S. Meta-analysis and systematic review for the treatment of perpetrators of intimate partner violence. Neurosci Biobehav Rev. 2019 Oct;105:220-230.
Research & Publications
Intimate partner violence and relationship outcomes, Neurophysiology of emotion regulation, aggression and relationship problems, Attachment-based couple therapy, psychotherapy research, gender and culture in therapy, Intimate partner violence, mental and physical health, Big data, data mining of symptoms among victims of domestic violence. Treatment delivery.
Professional Education | Child Development and Family Studies
Child Development and Family Studies - Purdue University (2008)
Middle East Technical University (2001)
Middle East Technical University (1999)
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As of December 31, 2016, Gunnur Karakurt Koyuturk did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.