Baris Sevi

Doctoral Student


Degrees: M.S. Psychology – Behavioral Neuroscience, West Virginia University, WV (2019)
M.A. Social/Organizational Psychology, Koc University, Turkey (2017)
B.A. Psychology, Bilkent University, Turkey (2015)
Advisors: Natalie J. Shook, Blair T. Johnson
Research Interests: Behavioral Immune System
Online Dating
Decision Making
Representative Publications: Sevi, B. (2019). The dark side of Tinder: The dark triad as correlates of Tinder use. Journal of Individual Differences. Advance online publication.
Sevi, B., Altman, N., Ford, C. G, & Shook, N. J. (2019). To Kneel or Not to Kneel: Right-Wing Authoritarianism Predicts Attitudes Toward NFL Kneeling Protests. Current Psychology. Advance online publication.
Sevi, B. (2018). Brief Report: Tinder Users Are Risk Takers and Have Low Sexual Disgust Sensitivity. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 5(1), 104-108.
Sevi, B. & Eskenazi, T. (2018). The Impact of Perceived Threat of Infectious Disease on the Framing Effect. Evolutionary Psychological Science, 4(3), 340-346.
Sevi, B., Aral, T, & Eskenazi, T. (2017). Exploring the Hook-Up App: Low Sexual Disgust and High Sociosexuality Predict Motivation to Use Tinder for Casual Sex. Personality and Individual Differences, 133, 17-20.
Barış Sevi
Contact Information
Emailbaris.sevi@uconn.edu