vol. 12, no. 10 (2023)
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: 74

ISSN 2822-4353 (Online)

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Distance Learners Toward Mobile-Assisted Language Learning: Basis for Gamified and Mobile English Learning Development

Gerwin Sagun

Discipline: Education

Personal Finance Management Practices Among Personnel of a State University in Ifugao

Marlon Jan Garcia | Peter Paul Cagatao

Discipline: Education

Philippine Public School Values Education Teachers’ Experiences in Classroom Positive Discipline: A Phenomenological Inquiry

Charlene Escobal | Ma. Sarah Arboleda | Jenny Ann Jarina | Las Johansen B. Caluza

Discipline: Education

Design and Evaluation of Electronic Strategic Intervention Material (E-SIM) in the New Normal

Mary Jane Dalisay

Discipline: Education

Digital Literacy Skills and Online Information Searching Strategies as Determinants of Academic Performance of BSIT Students

Jennellie Graciano | Ceasar Ian Benablo

Discipline: Education

The Oust Duterte Movement and Its Counterhegemonic Rhetoric on Facebook

Maico Demi B. Aperocho

Discipline: Education

Error Analysis on the Written English Reflections of the Sixth Grade Learners

Josephine Maghuyop

Discipline: Education

Effectiveness of Project Bilang Ka in Increasing the Mathematical Performance of Grade 3 Pupils in Pambuhan Elementary School

Kim Mathew Valdez

Discipline: Education

Utilization of Math USAD (Umpisahan Sa Addition Hanggang Division) and Its Effects on Mathematical Performance of Grade 7 Students: An Action Research

Eula Marie Padlan | Liza Bonifacio | Mia Rose Ann Iway

Discipline: Education

Employability of Grade 12 Technical Vocational Livelihood (TVL) Graduates from Schools in Highly Industrialized Districts of Laguna


Discipline: Education