vol. 5, no. 2 (2022)
Psychology and Education: A Multidisciplinary Journal


Psychology and Education: A Multidisciplinary Journal is an open-access international peer-reviewed journal that publishes research findings that contribute significantly to the understanding and developing of psychological and educational processes. PEMJ contains research results from many fields, methodological methods, and multidisciplinary research such as anthropology, history, philosophy, economics, business, linguistics, geography, or political science.

Publisher: Psychology and Education: A Multidisciplinary Journal

Potential Citation/s: 77

ISSN 2822-4353 (Online)

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Text Selection as a Breakthrough in Improving Reading Interest and Comprehension of ABM Students

Guadalupe De Jesus

Discipline: Education

Knowledge-Based Activities in Chemistry for Scientifically Challenged Learners of Grade 7

Neil Fernando

Discipline: Education

Sensory Evaluation of Herbs Flavored Muffin Using Banana Blossom “Saba” (Musa Acuminata X Balbasiana) Flour

Donabelle Soberano | Robin C. Parojenog | Vincent Bernell Crisologo

Discipline: Education

We Run for our Lives: From the Disclosure of Learners Troubled by the Rido Phenomenon

Harrah Grado-Carmona

Discipline: Education

Perceived Effectiveness of Section 8 of RA 11494 to Security and Well-Being Among Filipino Frontliners

Vener Del Valle | Alfredo Del Valle Jr. | Helga Marie Cabarle

Discipline: Education

Navigating Teachers’ Labyrinth in Adapting Blended Learning Modality Amidst Pandemic

Darish Jane Cambalon

Discipline: Education

Mental Health Status of Student Leaders: Basis for an Enhancement Program

Bernadeth Ballesteros | Raquel Cantos | Henmar Cardiño | Edlyn Joy Espiritu | Marjualita Theresa Malapo | Kristian Robert Vino | Tria Geraldine

Discipline: Education

Campus Advising in the Tertiary Education: Basis for an Enhanced Development Program

Wilter C Friales | Andres Magallanes Jr.

Discipline: Education

A Descriptive Analysis on Psychosocial Stressors, Coping Strategies, and Attachment Style of Adolescents Who Experience Parental Loss Due to COVID-19

Maria Lourdes Amar | Marianne Rose Catarig | Lea Monique Manayon | Sheiba Marie Medrano | Jammellah Torion | Melanie Grace Yap | Ronald Yrog-Irog

Discipline: Education

The Relationship Between Loneliness and Boredom in the Purchasing Behavior AmongCollege Students During COVID-19 Pandemic

Mary Joy Cañete | Alliah Nicole Cuartero | Niña Pearl Montenegro | Antonette Jane Pasilan | Christal Lyn Pitogo | Sean May Pueblas | Ingred Rocabo | Ronald Yrog-Irog

Discipline: Education