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The Development And Validation Of A Filipino Social Desirability Scale

This paper is composed of two studies that describe the construction and validation of a Filipino Social Desirability (SD) Scale. Study 1 details the phases in developing the SD scale: item writing, item selection, and cross validation. In the item-selection phase, twelve of the twenty-six candidate... Read more


Author: Louie P. Cagasan Jr.

Volume: 49 No. 1 | Publication: 2016-06-01

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Validation Of The Philippine Version Of The Relationship And Motivation Scales (REMO-P)

The current study concerns the validation of a Philippine version of the Relationships and Motivation Scales (REMO) (Raufelder, Drury, Jagenow, Hoferichter, & Bukowski, 2013) – the REMO-P. The REMO scales measure perceptions of peers (P-REMO) and teachers (T-REMO) as source of scholastic motivation.... Read more


Author: Diana Raufelder, Frances Hoferichter, Marilou B. Francisco

Volume: 49 No. 1 | Publication: 2016-06-01

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On The Nature, Purpose, And Utility Of Psychological Evaluation Reports

The Psychological Association of the Philippines (PAP) considers the recent reference of a psychological evaluation report regarding one of the candidates for the coming national elections as an opportunity for clarification about the nature and purpose of psychology as a scientific discipline and p... Read more


Author: PAP

Volume: 49 No. 1 | Publication: 2016-06-01

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A Social Cognitive Approach To Disaster Preparedness

Using the social cognitive perspective, the study sought to determine the individual and environmental factors that predict disaster preparedness. Specifically, the research determined the relationships between risk perception, disaster experience, community disaster preparedness, and disaster prepa... Read more


Author: Ervina Espina, Mendiola Teng-Calleja

Volume: 48 No. 2 | Publication: 2015-12-01

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Adaptive Coping, Resilience, And Absence Of Anxiety Among Displaced Disaster Survivors

This study examined the relationships among adaptive coping, individual resilience, community resilience, and absence of anxiety among internally displaced survivors. Household interviews were conducted among 200 survivors of Super Typhoon Haiyan living in a resettlement area in Tacloban City 15 mo... Read more


Author: Pierce S. Docena

Volume: 48 No. 2 | Publication: 2015-12-01

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Breaking News: How Hardiness Moderates The Impact Of Burnout On The Psychological Well-Being Of Fil

The study examined the influence of hardiness on the impact of job burnout and psychological well-being of 100 Filipino journalists covering disasters such as wars, conflicts, natural disasters, accidents, and other emergencies. Using multiple regression analysis, findings reveal that hardiness buf... Read more


Author: Anna Gabrielle F. Cerezo, et al.

Volume: 48 No. 2 | Publication: 2015-12-01

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Cognitive Processing, PSTD Symptoms, And The Mediating Role Of Posttraumatic Cognitions

The association between cognitive processing strategies and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms has been demonstrated in a number of studies. However, the process of how cognitive processing determines PTSD symptoms is yet to be understood. The present study aims to clarify the relationsh... Read more


Author: Ma. Jenina N. Nalipay, Imelu G. Mordeno, Rhea Lina J. Saavedra

Volume: 48 No. 2 | Publication: 2015-12-01

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The Application And Adaptation Of Psychological First Aid: The Filipino Psychologists’ Experience Af

This study examined the experiences, adaptations, observations, and insights on the use of Psychological First Aid (PFA) in the Philippines. Nineteen PFA providers who were trained in the basics of PFA from three major cities in the Philippines took part in this study. Respondents’ knowledge about P... Read more


Author: Bernice Vania N. Landoy, Ma. Regina M. Hechanova, Pia Anna Perfecto Ramos, Niel Steve M. Kintanar

Volume: 48 No. 2 | Publication: 2015-12-01

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The Development And Initial Evaluation Of Katatagan: A Resilience Intervention For Filipino Disaster

This paper documents the development, pilot, and initial evaluation of Katatagan, a group-based resilience program designed to hone coping skills of Filipino disaster survivors. The paper describes vulnerabilities and protective factors of Filipino survivors based on previous research and key inform... Read more


Author: Ma. Regina M. Hechanova, et al.

Volume: 48 No. 2 | Publication: 2015-12-01

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The Use Of Expressive Arts In Making Sense Of Traumatic Experiences

Traumatic experiences brought about by natural disasters may find survivors in a psychological state where rational and verbal modalities are not always readily accessible. Play and Mindfulness-Based Expressive Arts Therapy with Cognitive Reframing (PMBEAT) was used to look into the experiences of 3... Read more


Author: Rachel Ann Parr

Volume: 48 No. 2 | Publication: 2015-12-01

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Vicarious Trauma And Natural Disasters: A Transcendental Phenomenological Analysis Of The Experienc

Using transcendental phenomenology, we examined the experience of vicarious trauma in the context of natural disasters. We specifically looked at the narratives of domestic migrants whose family members were Typhoon Haiyan survivors. Findings show that the survivors’ families experienced painful and... Read more


Author: Arvin Jeremy N. Tan, Andrew O. Jardeleza, et al.

Volume: 48 No. 2 | Publication: 2015-12-01

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Guest Editors’ Note

The Philippines has been named one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. Our location, plus our lack of financial and human resources, make us particularly vulnerable to disasters. Happily, Filipino psychologists have always lived up to their profession and the psychology community h... Read more


Author: Ma. Regina M. Hechanova, Maria Caridad H. Tarroja, Bernice Vania N. Landoy

Volume: 48 No. 2 | Publication: 2015-12-01

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Antecedents And Outcome Of Union Commitment

There is an apparent decline in union membership across industries in the Philippines. The study tried to understand this phenomenon by determining factors that lead to union commitment using a framework derived from existing models of union commitment and participation. Survey data were gathered fr... Read more


Author: Alejandro Miguel C. Acayan, Meryl Haydee C. Cua, Joyce Celinka T. Te, Mendiola Teng-Calleja

Volume: 48 No. 1 | Publication: 2015-06-01

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Antecedents Of Job Satisfaction And Organizational Citizenship Behaviors Among Agency-Hired Blue-Col

The employment of contractual workers in the country has been an ever growing reality as companies continue to achieve flexibilization and cost efficiency. Despite their increasing number, research that focuses on contractual workers’ attitudes and behaviors as well as the factors that elicit these... Read more


Author: Merilou G. Lomoya, May B. Pingol, Mendiola Teng-Calleja

Volume: 48 No. 1 | Publication: 2015-06-01

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Grindring The Self: Young Filipino Gay Men’s Exploration Of Sexual Identity Through A Geo-Social Net

The study investigated how young Filipino gay men use emergent technologies to explore their sexual identity. Incorporating research techniques from Sikolohiyang Pilipino, participants were asked to share their experiences of using Grindr, a geo-social networking application, and how it contributed... Read more


Author: Jan Gabriel Melendrez Castañeda

Volume: 48 No. 1 | Publication: 2015-06-01

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Moderators Of Psychological Contract Breach And Organizational Citizenship Behaviors In Private Educ

The study investigated how faculty employees’ perceptions of a psychological contract breach affect their organizational citizenship behaviors, and examined the role of leader-member exchange and locus of control as effective moderators. A mixed-methods sequential explanatory design was employed in... Read more


Author: Maja E. Francisco

Volume: 48 No. 1 | Publication: 2015-06-01

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The Moderating Role Of Parental Warmth On The Relation Between Verbal Punishment And Child Problem B

This study investigates the relation between parental verbal punishment and externalizing and internalizing behavior problems in Filipino children, and the moderating role of parental warmth in this relation, for same-sex (mothers-girls; fathers-boys) and cross-sex parent-child groups (mothers-boys;... Read more


Author: Maria Roberta L. Anonas, Liane Peña Alampay

Volume: 48 No. 1 | Publication: 2015-06-01

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A Model For Filipino Work Team Effectiveness

This study utilized a sequential mixed method approach in developing a model for team effectiveness in Philippine organizations. In the first phase, qualitative data were gathered to elicit the factors that were deemed important to creating effective teams. In the second phase, a survey composed of... Read more


Author: Cristina A. Alafriz, Mendiola Teng-Calleja, Ma. Regina M. Hechanova

Volume: 47 No. 2 | Publication: 2014-12-01

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Attitudes Of Psychology Graduate Students Toward Face-to-Face And Online Counseling

This study investigated the attitudes of 80 graduate students of Counseling and Clinical Psychology toward face-to-face and online counseling based on eight distance counseling factors: providing empathy, providing emotional support, providing connection, providing a sense of safety and confidentia... Read more


Author: Lota A. Teh, Avegale C. Acosta, et al.

Volume: 47 No. 2 | Publication: 2014-12-01

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Bullying Among High School Students As Influenced By Parent-Child Attachment And Parenting Styles

This study explored the nature and extent of bullying among high school students in Baguio City, Philippines. It determined the relations between parent-child attachment, parenting styles, and bullying via a quantitative survey (n = 876) and focus group discussions (n = 16). Results revealed that v... Read more


Author: Sally I. Maximo, Nicole Sabrina Nastassja G. Loy

Volume: 47 No. 2 | Publication: 2014-12-01

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Dimensions Of Filipino Employers’ Attitudes In Hiring Persons With Disability

Despite numerous local and international statutes on their acceptance in mainstream employment, persons with disability (PWD) still experience various forms of discrimination. Considered as a minority group, the treatment they receive may result from the attitude–often unfounded or based on incorrec... Read more


Author: Ederlyn Marie C. Gatchalian, et al.

Volume: 47 No. 2 | Publication: 2014-12-01

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Filipino Mothers’ Self-Efcacy In Managing Anger And In Parenting, And Parental Rejection As Predicto

The authors tested a model in which Filipino mothers’ self-efficacy in managing anger/irritation influenced child delinquency via two parenting variables: parental self-efficacy and parental rejection. Structured interviews were conducted with 99 mothers twice with an interval of one year with e... Read more


Author: Mary Angeline A. Daganzo, Liane Peña Alampay, Jennifer E. Lansford

Volume: 47 No. 2 | Publication: 2014-12-01

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Resolution Of The Psychological Association Of The Philippines On Gender-Based Violence And Violenc

Recent events have brought public attention to the continuing problem of gender-based dehumanization and violence against women in Philippine society. These include the documented sale of a t-shirt framing rape as a “snuggle with a struggle” in a large department store chain, the staging of a fashio... Read more


Author: PAP

Volume: 47 No. 2 | Publication: 2014-12-01

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“Bakit Ka Kumakayod?” Developing A Filipino Needs Theory Of Motivation

This study utilized a mixed method sequential exploratory strategy in investigating the needs of the Filipino working population and the relationship between these needs and employee engagement. In the first phase, workers were interviewed to determine the needs that motivate them. In the second ph... Read more


Author: Jonathan Robert A. Ilagan, Ma. Regina M. Hechanova, Trixia Anne C. Co, Vincent Jullian Z. Pleyto

Volume: 47 No. 1 | Publication: 2014-06-01

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Gender, Adult Attachment Styles, And The Tendency To Commit Dating Infidelity: A Mixed Methods Study

This mixed methods study looked into whether gender and adult attachment style influence one’s tendency to commit dating infidelity. Infidelity has three types: physical infidelity, emotional infidelity, and combined infidelity. We constructed and administered the adult attachment style test, and t... Read more


Author: Athena Charisse S. Ong, et al.

Volume: 47 No. 1 | Publication: 2014-06-01

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Internet Usage From A Generational Perspective

This study investigated Internet usage from a generational perspective. A survey was conducted among 176 Internet users from the four regions in the Philippines. Cluster analysis of age and Internet usage revealed two groups – digital natives and digital immigrants. These groups significantly differ... Read more


Author: Joe Sanjay Ignatius, Ma. Regina M. Hechanova

Volume: 47 No. 1 | Publication: 2014-06-01

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Negative Self-Identity, Autonomy Support, And Disclosure Among Young Filipino Gay Men

This study used the Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA) as a lens to examine disclosure among Filipino gay men, despite the fact that disclosure of a gay man’s sexual identity is a western construct. Specifically, it examined the relationship between negative self-identity, autonomy support, and disc... Read more


Author: Orlando T. Rances, Ma. Regina M. Hechanova

Volume: 47 No. 1 | Publication: 2014-06-01

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“Pampapayat, Para Lumakas, To Be Healthy”: Exploring Filipino Motives For Exercise

Although exercise motivation is a well-established research area in exercise and sport psychology in the West, relatively little work on this topic is available in the Philippines. This study explored motives for exercise among Filipinos using an open-ended methodology. Five hundred ninety-two Filip... Read more


Author: Jonathan Cagas, Beatriz Torre, Eric Julian Manalastas

Volume: 47 No. 1 | Publication: 2014-06-01

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