vol. 6, no. 4 (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: 135

ISSN 2822-4353 (Online)

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The Effectiveness of the Technical Vocational Education and Training’s (TVET) Flexible Learning Delivery in the Selected TESDA Technology Institutions in National Capital Region

Carlo Rhey Pallado | Romulo Navarra | Cynic Tenedero

Discipline: Education

A Correlational Study on the Impact of Perceived Sources of Stress on AcademicPerformance

John Patrick Arcite

Discipline: Education


Honey Calumag

Discipline: Education

Mobile Phone Use: Linking Physics Knowledge and Health Awareness

Princess Lydia Fuentes | Jocelyn Legaspi | Veronica Albaladejo

Discipline: Education

Computer-Based Vs Modular Based-Learning: Motivation on the Academic Performance in Araling Panlipunan Among Grade 10 Students

Babe Aubrey Patricio-Lim | Renz Jervy Book

Discipline: Education

Non-SPED Graduate Teachers and their Understudies in an Inclusive Classroom: A Qualitative Inquiry

April Jo Vilan | Niña Rose Talaub | Cyril Cabello

Discipline: Education

The Effect of Shadowing Technique to College Students’ Listening and Speaking Skill

Maria Luz Villanueva | Grace Gimena

Discipline: Education

Effects of Unemployment to Displaced Workers in Moalboal Cebu, Philippines

Aldrin Ampurado | ELISHEBA S. PADILLO

Discipline: Education

The Core Behavioral Competencies, Work Attitudes and Teaching Performance of Senior High School Teachers: Input for an Intervention Scheme

Rodel Cruzos

Discipline: Education

The Extent of Work Burnout on Distance Learning Delivery Modality: Inputs to an Intervention Program

Bernadette Lazarte

Discipline: Education