The Philippine Journal of Psychology (PJP) is an international refereed journal published biannually by the Psychological Association of the Philippines. It is the flagship journal of psychology in the Philippines, and its principal aim is to promote psychological studies in the Philippines and psychological studies of the Filipino people. The PJP publishes articles representing scholarly works of Philippine psychologists, articles on psychological studies conducted with Filipino participants and/or conducted in Philippine society, cross-cultural studies including a Philippine sample, and articles of general interest to psychologists studying and working with Filipino people.
- Parental Efficacy, Experience of Stressful Life Events, and Child Externalizing Behavior as Predictors of Filipino Mothers’ and Fathers’ Parental Hostility and Aggression by Aileen S. Garcia and Liane Peña Alampay
- Experiences of Adult Children of Transnational Workers by Amethsyt Reyes Taylor, Ma. Teresa G. Tuason and C. Dominik Güss
- Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of the Experiences of Single Filipino Women by Rachel C. Reyes-Laureano
- Employee Readiness for Change Through the Lens of the Cultural Self-Representation Theory by Ma. Regina M. Hechanova, Emerald D. Ilac and Sarah B. Ellorenco
- Academic Motivation and Learning Styles of College Freshmen Exposed to Shadow Education by Roann M. Ramos et al.
- Adopting a Cultural Lens in the Understanding Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) by Marissa S. Nicasio
- CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 38
- CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 39