Advancing Psychology Research

Discipline: Psychology
PublisherLiceo de Cagayan University


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The Advancing Psychology Research (APR) aims to publish psychology researcheswhich are  contributed  by  member researchers  in  the  Psychology  Department,College of Arts and Sciences

The  Advancing  Psychology  Research is  a  peer  reviewed  journal  that  providesa  venue  for  scholars  to  publish  their research findings for advocacy and utilization.The  content  of  the articles  dwell  on  poverty  alleviation,  child  morality  reduction,maternal  health  status,  gender  equality,  decrease  incidence  rate  of  circulatorydiseases, universal access to primary education, and peace security.


Vol 2, No 1 (2014): January

Table of Contents

Preliminary Pages

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Articles

Determinants of the Level of Cultural Adjustments of Korean Students
Glenzen Paul Galupo, Hilly Grace Ludiana, Joan Orang
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7828/apsyr.v2i1.568
Emotional Quotient and Ethnocentrism of Maranao Students
Michelle G. Loquias
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7828/apsyr.v2i1.569
Online Counseling, its Perceived Familiarity and Acceptability among General Psychology Students
Colina A. Escoro
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7828/apsyr.v2i1.570
Play and Art Therapies: A Juvenile’s Self-Disclosure Preference
Jobelle Y. Dacles
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7828/apsyr.v2i1.571
Research Competence among CAS Students in Relation to a Successful Research Undertaking
Cristine C. Aracan, Olive Adrienne G. Barba, Marmine B. Cabayao, Vaila Rose A. Longcob
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7828/apsyr.v2i1.572
Risk Taking Tendencies and Accident Proneness of Timberland Taxi Drivers
Frederick T. Salloman
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7828/apsyr.v2i1.573
Level of Masculinity and Femininity Leading Towards the Acceptance of Homosexuality Among Psychology Major Students
Joelyn R. Sobremonte
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7828/apsyr.v2i1.574
Locus of Control and Coping Mechanisms of Teenage Mothers
Rhonna Ruth S. Dagondon
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7828/apsyr.v2i1.575
Multiple Intelligence and Learning Style among College Freshman Students
Cherry Lou B. Abrogar
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7828/apsyr.v2i1.576


ISSN: 2094-960X