Monday, September 30, 2013

Sikolohiyang Pilipino - Metodo ng pananaliksik


Sp197 report from Karla Cristobal


  • 3. WESTERN PSYCHOLOGY HAS ITS LIMITATIONS!not always applicable/appropriate different processes & connections possibly artificial & distant
  • 4. APPROACH research guide or outline to carry out METHOD different ways of gathering data
  • 5. GUIDINGPRINCIPLES FOR INDIGENOUS METHODS
  • 6. 1 The quality of data depends on thedegree of the interaction betweenresearcher and respondent. 2 The relationship between researcher and respondent should be seen as equal.
  • 7. 3 The respondent comes first before the data does.4 Methods to be chosen depend on how appropriate it is to the situation.5 Use the respondent’s language.
  • 8. pakapa-kapa
  • 9. ANO BA ‘TO?- also means groping (field method) -searching, probing into an unsystematized mass of social and cultural data to be able to obtain order, meaning, and directions for research
  • 10. METODOexploration into cultural, social or psychologicaldata without the chains of overriding theoreticalframework borrowed from observations outsidethe focus of investigationcan be related to unobtrusive techniquesbecause the actual procedures for collectinginformation may range from observation,documentation, intervention, participation
  • 11. pakikipag-kuwentuhan
  • 12. ANO BA ‘TO? is an occasion for exchange of information, ideas, insights, and opinions also it is asharing of beliefs, thoughts, and experiences.an informal, free, as well as a social process of exchanging information, thoughts, and knowledge that is part of human daily activities.
  • 13. Oral (pasalita) Written (pasulat) Transmitted (pasalin-salin)metodo through time Request (paki – paghingi ng pahintulot)
  • 14. PROCEDURES-initially make visits (padalaw-dalaw)before living-in the community(panunuluyan)-introduce yourself to the community-invite yourself to community gatherings-initiate a conversation when in a naturalcluster-invest time in story sharing sessions
  • 15. PRINCIPLES-may pakikipagkapwa sa kwentuhan-may ‘paki’ ang kalahok sa kwento-may pakinabang sa kwentuhan--libangan--linangan ng kaalaman--lunas sa karamdaman
  • 16. PRINCIPLES-collective orientation(pananaliksik na sama-sama)-contains the process of validation(pagpapatotoo)-construction of social reality (pagbubuo)-cluster as unit of analysis(pagsali sa likas na umpukan)-with a topic to talk about but without a theme-worth or value of story produced from the kwentuhansession
  • 17. PRINCIPLES VALIDITY trustworthiness not truth(mapagkakatiwalaan kaysa makatotohanan)RELIABILITYcertification not consistency(process of pakikipagkwentuhan-indicator)(pagpapatotoo, pagpapatibay)
  • 18. PAGPAPALAYANG LOOB ATPAGDADALAW
  • 19. ANO BA ‘TO?uri ng relasyon ng mananaliksik sa respondente
  • 20. PAGPAPALAYANG-LOOB• Nagpapahiwatig na ang isang taoay panatag sa kalooban ng kanyangkapwa•Wala ng pagkahiya•Buo na ang pagtitiwala sa isa’t isa
  • 21. PAGDADALAW• Pagpunta at pakikipag-usap ng isang tao sa kanyang kapwa• Hindi lahat nasasabi sa isang pag- uusap
  • 22. PAKIKISAMA
  • 23. Ibang Tao Category (Outsider) -V. Enriquez’ scale of relationship1. Pakikitungo -civility with2. Pakikisalamuha -interaction with3. Pakikilahok -participation with4. Pakikibagay -in accord with/level of conforming5. Pakikisama - being along with/level of adjusting
  • 24. PAKIKISAMA?•originated as a Filipino value•being united with the group
  • 25. -frequenting the participant-inviting them outside the bar/residence CALL -better than BOYS participant Nery, 1979 observation technique
  • 26. PAKIKIPANULAYAN
  • 27. PAKIKIPANULAYAN Nicdao-Henson, 1982• residing in the research setting• researcher lives, sleeps and eats with the host• a form of pagdalaw-dalaw
  • 28. PAMAMARAAN NG PANANALIKSIK 
  • 1 PAKIKISALAMUHA & PAKIKISANGKOT 
  • 2 PAGMAMASID 
  • 3 PAGTATANUNG-TANONG 
  • 4 PAKIKIPANAYAM SA MGA PILING TAGABATID
  • 29. OUR REFERENCES
  • Amaryllis T. Torres in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Teorya, metodo, at gamit. 
  • Rogelia R. Pe-Pua (Ed.) (1989) UP Press.Carmen E. Santiago (1975) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Teorya, metodo, at gamit. 
  • Rogelia R. Pe-Pua (Ed.) (1989) UP Press.Grace O. Oteza (1997). Pakikipagkwentuhan: Isang pamamaraan ng sama-samang pananaliksik, pagpapatotoo, at pagtulong sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino. PPRTH Occasional Papers Series 1997, No. 1.

Friday, September 27, 2013

University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos Briefing on the IRR of the Philippine Psychology Law




ANNOUNCEMENT and INVITATION


For those interested in attending the upcoming Briefing on the IRR of the Philippine Psychology Law, it will be on Sept. 28 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Little Theater, University of Negros Occidental-Recoletos. All psychology practitioners, guidance counselors, assessment and testing professionals, HR practitioners, graduate and undergraduate students of psychology are invited to attend. Registration fee for undergraduate psychology students is 200php; for professionals and MS/MA Psych students, 550php. For registration and more information, you may contact Mr. Ganub at (034) 433-2449 or 0999-994-6598. On-site registration is also welcome.


Psychology in the Philippines: A Profession on the Rise


(This is just an excerpt from the original article.)
For many, many years past, psychology in the Philippines could not satisfactorily answer this question as strongly and soundly as it now can. Fortunately for psychologists and the general public alike, a new era of psychology in the Philippines has recently been ushered in by the signing of Republic Act 10029, which is also known as the Philippine Psychology Act of 2009 or simply the Psychology Law. Before the passing of this law, psychology in the Philippines was not a profession regulated by the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC). Thus its standards of practice have not been as codified as those of other professions, and the attachment of the title “psychologist” has not been that regulated. But with the signing of the Psychology Law, the title “psychologist” has now become a legally protected job title, and only those who have passed the licensure exam for psychologists (except those eligible for registration without examination) and fulfilled the requirements set by the PRC for registration can rightfully take on the title of “professional psychologist.”
The Psychology Law obviously has huge impacts on the practice of psychology in the Philippines and thus concerns psychology practitioners in all its diverse areas, especially those engaging in clinical work. But what does the law mean for the general public—the individuals and groups to whom such psychological services are discharged? Why should it concern the rest of the Filipino people—or more to the point, should it? 
Much as many of us wouldn’t dream of putting our health and safety on the line by undergoing medical treatment from some sloppy quack doctor not holding a valid license to practice medicine, so should we be not vulnerable to incompetent or untrained individuals engaging in psychological practice. The Psychology Law does not only work for the welfare of psychologists; more importantly, it’s for the good of the general public as well. It works to regulate and set the standards for the professional practice of psychology in the country, and by so doing protect the public from obtaining poor quality, substandard services from individuals unfit or unqualified to practice psychology.
 “The main purpose of the law is to professionalize the practice once and for all. This will not only uplift the practice of psychology as a profession (after passing the board exam) but it will also give a concrete distinction as to what a psychometrician, a licensed psychologist, and a graduate of a Psychology degree can and cannot practice. The keyword, actually, is professionalization,” explains Mr. David Karlo I. Equipaje, OTRP, PhD (cand.), President of the Recoletos de Bacolod Graduate School (RBGS) Psychological Society. 
The rule on the conduct of the licensure examinations for psychologists is just one stipulation of the Psychology Law. The law also delineates the scope of practice of psychology, the legal requirements and procedures for registration as a professional psychologist, and other important provisions that serve to define and regulate psychology as a profession in the Philippines. The PRC Board of Psychology has been going around the country conducting orientation briefings on the Implementing Rules and Regulations (IRR) of the Psychology Law, and this coming Saturday, September 28, an IRR Orientation Briefing is scheduled to be held at the Little Theater, University of Negros Occidental – Recoletos, from 1:00pm to 5:00pm. 
“This IRR briefing on the Psychology Law is the first in Bacolod City and the entire province of Negros Occidental, so please come and join us as we listen to Dr. Imelda Virginia G. Villar, Member, Professional Regulatory Board of Psychology,” invites Mr. Calvin Dave D. Ganub, MSGC, RGC, Vice President of the RBGS Psychological Society. 
The signing of the Philippine Psychology Act and the approval of its IRR mark the setting of the cornerstones of psychology as a legally protected profession. We are lucky to be currently witnessing the foundations of lawful, professional psychological practice being laid down right before our very eyes, and it would be interesting to see—and certainly a thing to watch out for—how it builds up to be the profession this country needs to assist it towards nation-building and progress. For psychology as a branch of learning offers valuable knowledge and insight into human behavior and mental processes, but as a profession it can do so much more to apply such knowledge and principles for the promotion of mental health, the eradication of the stigma of mental illness, and the maximal utilization of psychological knowhow for the betterment of the Filipino citizenry and the Philippines as a nation.

Read more here - http://www.sunstar.com.ph/bacolod/opinion/2013/09/26/peruelo-psychology-philippines-profession-rise-305345 

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Psychometrician and Psychologist Licensure Exam Set for 2014



Finally the much awaited schedule of licensure exam is set for 2014.

Resolution No. 2013-782
Series 2013

Schedule of Licensure Examinations for Year 2014
Including deadlines of filing of applications, practical examinations, professional upgrading examinations,
Special Professional Licensure Board Examinations (SPLBE), and target dates of release of examination results


 Psychologist -  Date of exam - October 26 and 27 
-  Venue is Manila and Lucena
- deadline of filing of application is October 6
- release of exam result Nov 4


Psychometricians - Date of exam October 28 and 29 
-  Venue is Manila
- deadline of filing of application is Manila October 8
- release of exam result Nov 4

The resolution was signed  in the City of Manila on 24th of September 2013.

Signed by

Teresita R. Manzala
Chairperson


Jennifer Jardin-Manalili
Commissioner



Scroll down to page 4 and look for items 61 and 62


Original source -  http://www.prc.gov.ph/uploaded/documents/2014ExamSched.pdf

Monday, September 23, 2013

Psychometrician Registration without Examination - New Batch

CONGRATULATIONS!

New Batch of Psychometricians  who are now registered without examination as of 11 September 2013. Complying with the law, pursuant to Sec. 17, Article V of R.A. 10029 known as the "Philippine Psychology Act of 2009" and Sec 17, Rule V of Board Res. No. 03 Series of 2012, known as the "Implementing Rules and Regulations of R.A. No. 10029."


Source Links:

http://prc.gov.ph/uploaded/documents/BoardResolution22-Psychometrician-2013.pdf

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B9L6cSSvjzAoTnk4cGNILVRZM0k/edit?usp=sharing

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Infographics - Implications for Sikolohiyang Pilipino




Sa'n Na Si SP?


Sa pamamagitan ng Sa'n Na Si SP, naglalayon ang UP Buklod-Isip na makatulong 
sa paglalathala at pamamahagi ng mga bagong pag-aaral ukol sa 
Sikolohiyang Pilipino (SP). Ang mga pag-aaral na ito ay ibinabahagi sa 
porma ng komiks upang maka-engganyo ng mas maraming mambabasa. 
Sa kasalukuyan, nakapaglabas na ng limang Sa'n Na Si SP posters ang Bukluran.


Translation
(Where is SP? Through where is SP, UP Buklod-Isip aims to help in the 
publication and distribution of new researches and studies on Filipino 
Psychology. These studies are shared through comics form to attract more
readers. At present, there are already 5 posters of Where is SP that has been 
released.)

Ang UP Bukluran sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino o UP BUKLOD-ISIP ay 
isang pang-akademikong organisasyon ng mga mag-aaral ng sikolohiya. 
Pangunahin sa mga isinusulong nitong samahan ay ang pagtataguyod at 
pagpapalaganap ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino (SP), isang sikolohiyang sumasalamin 
sa diwa ng sambayanang Pilipino, at tumutugon sa mga pangangailangan at 
adhikain nito; isang sikolohiyang malaya, mapagpalaya, at mapagpabagong-isip.


Translation
(The UP Bukluran sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino o UP BUKLOD-ISIP is an
academic organization of students in Psychology  
at the University of the Philippines (UP). Among the priorities 
of the organization includes the support and promotion of Filipino Psychology,
a psychology that reflects the Filipino consciousness, respond to their needs and 
aspirations; a psychology that is free, empowering and that encourages change of
consciousness.)

Thursday, September 12, 2013

Infographics - Filipino Social Relationships



















Mula sa - http://buklodisip.weebly.com/san-na-si-sp.html


Sa'n Na Si SP?

Sa pamamagitan ng Sa'n Na Si SP, naglalayon ang UP Buklod-Isip na makatulong 
sa paglalathala at pamamahagi ng mga bagong pag-aaral ukol sa 
Sikolohiyang Pilipino (SP). Ang mga pag-aaral na ito ay ibinabahagi sa 
porma ng komiks upang maka-engganyo ng mas maraming mambabasa. 
Sa kasalukuyan, nakapaglabas na ng limang Sa'n Na Si SP posters ang Bukluran.


Translation
(Where is SP? Through where is SP, UP Buklod-Isip aims to help in the 
publication and distribution of new researches and studies on Filipino 
Psychology. These studies are shared through comics form to attract more
readers. At present, there are already 5 posters of Where is SP that has been 
released.)

Ang UP Bukluran sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino o UP BUKLOD-ISIP ay 
isang pang-akademikong organisasyon ng mga mag-aaral ng sikolohiya. 
Pangunahin sa mga isinusulong nitong samahan ay ang pagtataguyod at 
pagpapalaganap ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino (SP), isang sikolohiyang sumasalamin 
sa diwa ng sambayanang Pilipino, at tumutugon sa mga pangangailangan at 
adhikain nito; isang sikolohiyang malaya, mapagpalaya, at mapagpabagong-isip.


Translation
(The UP Bukluran sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino o UP BUKLOD-ISIP is an
academic organization of students in Psychology  
at the University of the Philippines (UP). Among the priorities 
of the organization includes the support and promotion of Filipino Psychology,
a psychology that reflects the Filipino consciousness, respond to their needs and 
aspirations; a psychology that is free, empowering and that encourages change of
consciousness.)


Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Abnormal Psychology Reviewer by TR Reviewer

Finally part 1 is done! Took several days to complete this reviewer because of the different preoccupations. I manage to make 20 items only. Still so many fields to cover, but here's an initial offering. If you have nice reviewer do share with use here. 

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Monday, September 9, 2013

Filipino Psychology - Concepts and Methods


Filipino Psychology Concepts and Methods 
by Robert E. Javier Jr., PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Psychology
De La Salle University - Manila


 
Filipino psychology concepts and methods from yanloveaprilbordador


  • 2. What is Filipino Psychology? It is an Indigenous Psychology The scientific study of the ethnicity, society and culture of a people and the application to psychological practice of indigenous knowledge rooted in the people’s ethnic heritage and consciousness. Virgilio G. Enriquez (1994). Pagbabangong-Dangal: Indigenous Psychology & Cultural Empowerment. Akademya ng Kultura at Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Lungsod ng Quezon.
  • 3. Distinctions among the forms of Psychology in the Philippines Sikolohiya sa Pilipinas Psychology in the Philippines Sikolohiya ng mga Pilipino Psychology of Filipinos Sikolohiyang Pilipino Filipino Psychology Virgilio G. Enriquez (1976) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Teorya, metodo at gamit. Rogelia Pe-Pua (Ed.) (1989) University of the Philippines Press: Quezon City.
  • 4. Sikolohiya sa Pilipinas Psychology in the Philippines refers to a series of events related to the field of psychology in the Philippines. (e.g. number of degree programs and journals, the amount of research conducted) ang pinakamalaki o kabuuang anyo ng sikolohiya sa kontekstong Pilipino.
  • 5. Sikolohiya ng mga Pilipino Psychology of Filipinos refers to any theories or knowledge of Filipino nature regardless of source, Western or local palasak na anyo sapagkat pinakakaraniwan o madaling makita.
  • 6. Sikolohiyang Pilipino Filipino Psychology refers to a psychology based on the Filipino’s true thoughts, feelings, behaviors and must derive from indigenous Filipino sources, language, and methods. nilalayong anyo, sikolohiyang bunga ng karanasan, kaisipan at oryentasyong Pilipino
  • 7. Limits of Western Concepts & Methods Issue Applicability of the Western theories and principles taught as well as the research concepts and methods used in the Philippine setting. Timothy Church (1985) in Indigenous Psychology: A Book of Readings. V.G. Enriquez (Ed.) Akademya ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Quezon City.
  • 8. Limits of Western Concepts & Methods The limits of Western social research methods in rural Philippines: The need for innovation Gloria D. Feliciano (1965) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Teorya, Metodo at Gamit. Rogelia Pe-Pua (Ed.) (1989) University of the Philippines Press: Quezon City.
  • 9. Limits of Western Concepts & Methods The limits of applicability of Western concepts, values and methods in the social sciences to the concrete realities of Asian societies. Augusto C. Espiritu (1968) in Indigenous Psychology: A Book of Readings. V.G. Enriquez (Ed.) (1990) Akademya ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Quezon City.
  • 10. Sikolohiyang Pilipino from a movement to an academic discipline Principal emphasis in psychology Identity and national consciousness Social awareness and involvement Psychology of language and culture Applications & bases of Filipino psychology (health practices, agriculture, art, religion) Virgilio G. Enriquez (1992). From colonial to liberation psychology: The Philippine experience. University of the Philippines Press. QC
  • 11. Primary areas of protests of Sikolohiyang Pilipino It is against a psychology that perpetuates the colonial status of the Filipino mind a psychology used for the exploitation of the masses the imposition of psychologies developed in foreign countries
  • 12. Positions of Sikolohiyang Pilipino On psychological practice conceptualization of psychological practice in a Philippine context (industriya vs. kabuhayan; klinika vs. kalusugan) concerned with folk practices, indigenous techniques of healing, popular religio-political movements
  • 13. Positions of Sikolohiyang Pilipino On Science – Humanism issue utilizes scientific methodology in the study of psychological phenomena concerned not only with the universal validity of psychological science but also in utilizing such for the purpose of serving the interest of all mankind, affording protection to the disadvantaged
  • 14. Positions of Sikolohiyang Pilipino On Mentalism - Behaviorism issue uses both phenomenological & behavioristic concepts, but lesser emphasis on individual experience and greater emphasis on the collective experience attaches greater importance to kamalayan, subsidiary importance to ulirat
  • 15. Positions of Sikolohiyang Pilipino On Analysis – Wholeness Issue methodologically leans on the side of analysis but interprets the result of analysis with a bias for wholeness (social context, political implications, cultural meaning of the study)
  • 16. Sikolohiyang Pilipino is a ‘taong-bahay’ Metaphor Sikolohiyang Pilipino can be explained through a metaphor: (a characteristic way of clarifying concepts) – difference between tao sa bahay (person in the house) and taong-bahay (house person).
  • 17. Sikolohiyang Pilipino is a call for the exercise of care in the adoption of foreign theories… “uncritical rejection is just as dangerous as uncritical acceptance of Western theories” for example: psychological problems are the same anywhere however, the sources of such problems differ greatly
  • 18. Lines of filiations in Philippine psychological thought Academic-scientific psychology: Western Academic-philosophical psychology: Clergy Ethnic psychology: Indigenous psychology Psycho-medical system: Religion - cohesive element and explanation. Zeus A. Salazar (1981) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Isyu, pananaw, at kaalaman. Allen Aganon at Ma. Assumpta David (1985). National Bookstore, Inc.: Manila.
  • 19. Psychology: the Western tradition Academic-scientific psychology: Wilhelm Wundt, the German tradition University of the Philippines (1908) and other American traditional schools Academic-philosophical psychology: Thomistic philosophy and psychology University of Santo Tomas (1611)
  • 20. Ethnic psychology Native psychological thought Indigenous psychology: kinagisnan and katutubong sikolohiya. Psychology of Filipinos - perceived ethnic traits, as observed by foreigners or as felt and expressed by Filipinos. The practice of psychology by Filipinos – techniques of enculturation, socialization.
  • 21. Psychology: the Filipino traditionEthnic psychology Kinagisnang sikolohiya the subconscious psychology imbedded in the native language, art, music, culture and religion (one has been born into; unaware). e.g. kaluluwa at ginhawa Zeus A. Salazar (1977) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Teorya, metodo, at gamit. Rogelia Pe-Pua (Ed.) (1989). University of the Philippines Press: Quezon City.
  • 22. Psychology: the Filipino traditionEthnic psychology Katutubong sikolohiya psychology worked out by Filipinos with indigenous elements as basis (innate to the Filipino) e.g. Kartilya of the Katipunan, Jose Rizal, Hermano Pule, Isabelo de los Reyes. Katutubong sikolohiya and Kinagisnang sikolohiya constitute Katutubong sikolohiya
  • 23. Psychology: the Filipino traditionEthnic psychology Psychology of Filipinos- based on mainly Western system of thought e.g. Spanish: Pigafetta’s quite objective observation of the Filipinos in the Visayas (impressed by them); American: Worcester’s view of the Filipinos as distinct ethnic groups different from one another as Christian and non-Christian (pagans and Moros).
  • 24. Psychology: the Filipino traditionEthnic psychology Practice of psychology by Filipinos: a. indigenous techniques of enculturation/ socialization, e.g. myths for social control, or as affected by Christianity or Islam. b. proto-clinical practice, e.g. tagapayo, manghuhula, ancient techniques of group therapy that are still present (alternating chants during wakes, poetry, consensus).
  • 25. Psychology: the Filipino tradition Ethnic psychology Psycho-medical system: religion as cohesive element and explanation. (1565) Babaylan or Catalonan techniques of healing; disease theory, causation, therapy. (1650) Messianic movements (1730) Herbolaryo (1900) Espiritista
  • 26. Filipino psychological knowledge Filipino Language use as a tool for identifying/rediscovering indigenous concepts e.g. study of diwa (psyche), refers to the wealth of ideas implied by the philosophical concept of “essence”
  • 27. Filipino Language“Enriquez does his theorizing in Filipino anddoes his writing in Pilipino; merely as a heuristicdevice, a discovery procedure… returning to the‘deep structure’ of the language… Enriquezworked in an area where Filipinos are mostadept, where the language has a rich vocabularyof feeling and sentiment.”Andrew B. Gonzales (1982) in Indigenous Psychology: A book of readings.V.G. Enriquez (Ed.) Akademya ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Quezon City.
  • 28. Language, a Heuristic Tool Methods: Ethnography, Language Analysis, Semantics, Introspection Language provided the instrument to refine the tools of research so as to discover categories and subcategories which would be lost to a Western English-speaking researcher…
  • 29. Filipino, the Philippine lingua francaThe issue of national language has long beenresolved by the Filipino masses through theiruse and propagation of a language based on theManila lingua franca, Manila being the seat ofgovernment, the business hub, melting pot,center of history.Virgilio G. Enriquez & Elizabeth P. Marcelino (1984). Neo-colonial politicsand language struggle in the Philippines. Akademya ng SikolohiyangPilipino: Quezon City.
  • 30. Language & Knowledge System of communication summing-up our lived experiences Social interaction expressing our thoughts and feelings Spoken language from bodily gestures to linguistic acts specialized speech apparatus primary medium of communication
  • 31. Thinking & Language Interdependence of knowledge & language, i.e. the thinking process cannot work independently of language Language is not a neutral system of signs nor is it value-free, i.e. it is partisan to the values, perspectives, and rules of cognition of a particular class or society
  • 32. Language, history, and socio-economic-cultural life Specific historical features and socio-economic- cultural conditions shape the thinking and language of a people, giving distinctive meanings and value judgments to their words. Indigenous language, genuine vehicle of the innermost thoughts and intimate feelings of a people bound by a common historical heritage and a specific socio-economic-cultural environment.
  • 33. Psychological concepts and human behavior The formation of psychological concepts is the more important stage in the entire process of understanding human behavior. These concepts lay the foundation for the formation of indigenous psychological theories and models of analysis that correspond more fully to the realities of the life and culture of a society.
  • 34. Development of technical terminology in Filipino Psychology System of affixation in the Filipino language a resource for terminology development The meaning changes because of the use of affixes (suffixes, prefixes, infixes, postfixes) paki, mang, mapa, ika, ipang, ma, ka, maka Zeus A. Salazar (1981) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Isyu, pananaw, at kaalaman. Allen Aganon at Ma. Assumpta David (1985). National Bookstore, Inc.: Manila
  • 35. Development of technical terminology in Filipino Psychology Direct borrowing (saling-angkat) perception (L) persepsyon psicologia (S) sikolohiya Surface assimilation (saling-paimbabaw) reinforcement - reimporsment Grammatical translation (saling-panggramatika) social interaction – interaksyong sosyal
  • 36. Development of technical terminology in Filipino Psychology Loan translation (saling-hiram) defense mechanism mekanismong pananggalang Word invention (salitang likha) masturbation – mag-isang pagpaparaos Abbreviated words (salitang daglat) STM short term memory PUP Panukat ng Ugali at Pagkatao
  • 37. Development of technical terminology in Filipino Psychology Parallel translation (salitang-tapat) relationship = pakikisalamuha Indigenous-concept oriented translation (salitang taal) kapwa: hindi ibang-tao, ibang-tao Amalgamated translation (salitang sanib) mahay (Cebuano), nagmamahay
  • 38. Development of technical terminology in Filipino Psychology Categorization of words and concepts Foreign concepts (konseptong banyaga) home for the aged Superficial assimilation (paimbabaw na asimilasyon) reinforcement – gantimpala, ‘may napala’ Labeling (pagbibinyag) utang-na-loob - reciprocity hiya - shame pakikisama - comradeship
  • 39. Development of technical terminology in Filipino Psychology Categorization of words and concepts Semantic indigenization (pag-aandukha) paniniyansing, tambayan (stand by) Semantic delimitation (pagtatakda) gunita – recall, alaala – memory personality is personalidad not pagkatao Indigenous concepts (katutubong konsepto) saling-pusa (informal member) pagka-pikon (to be peeved)
  • 40. Kapwa, a core concept in Filipino Psychology The Filipino language provides a conceptual distinction in several levels and modes of social interaction (antas ng pagtutunguhan). Eight behaviorally recognizable levels under two general categories in Filipino were identified (ibang-tao; hindi ibang-tao). Carmen E. Santiago and Virgilio G. Enriquez (1976) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Teorya, metodo at gamit. Rogelia Pe-Pua (Ed.) (1989) University of the Philippines Press: Quezon City.
  • 41. Kapwa, a core concept in Filipino Psychology Ibang-tao (outsider) pakikitungo (amenities, civility) pakikisalimuha (‘mixing’) pakikilahok (joining, participating) pakikibagay (conforming) pakikisama (adjusting) Hindi ibang-tao (one-of-us) pakikipagpalagayang-loob (mutual trust) pakikisangkot (getting involved) pakikiisa (full trust, oneness, fusion)
  • 42. Kapwa, the shared inner self Kapwa (English: both, fellow being, others) others is used in opposition to the ‘self’ implies the recognition of the ‘self’ ‘self’ as a separate identity Kapwa in Filipino a recognition of shared identity an inner self shared with others the ‘ako’ (ego) and the ‘iba sa akin’ (others) are one and the same in kapwa psychology
  • 43. Kapwa, a core concept in Filipino Psychology Pakikitungo, pakikipagkapwa are mutually replaceable in taxonomic analysis, either covers the entire lexical domain. Pakikipagkapwa, more theoretically fertile concept when analyzed semantically; much deeper and profound in its implications as it means accepting and dealing with the other person as an equal.
  • 44. Pakikiramdam: the pivotal aspect of kapwa refers to heightened awareness, sensitivity ‘feeling for another’ a kind of emotional a priori an active process involving great care and deliberation manifested in ‘hesitation to react, inattention to subtle cues, and non-verbal behavior in mental role-playing Rita H. Mataragnon (1987) in From colonial to liberation psychology: The Philippine Experience. Virgilio G. Enriquez (Ed) (1992) UP Press.
  • 45. Pakikiramdam: the pivotal aspect of kapwa Pakiramdam is necessarily tied to the operation of all Filipino surface values: pakikisama, hiya, utang na loob The improvisatory character of pakikiramdam is operative in bahala na lakas ng loob, pakikibaka The centrality of pakiramdam in behavioral and interpersonal domains: biro-lambing-tampo.
  • 46. The Development of Sikolohiyang Pilipino Knowledge Major goals of Sikolohiyang Pilipino pagsasakatutubo (indigenization) pagka-agham (science) pagka-Pilipino (Filipino identity) Mario San Buenaventura (1983) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Isyu, pananaw, at kaalaman. Allen Aganon at Ma. Assumpta David (1985). National Bookstore, Inc.: Manila
  • 47. The Development of Sikolohiyang Pilipino Knowledge The project of Sikolohiyang Pilipino development of indigenous psychological concepts utilization of indigenous research methods creation of authentic and appropriate social scientific psychology Steven Rood (1985) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Isyu, pananaw, at kaalaman. Allen Aganon at Ma. Assumpta David (1985). National Bookstore, Inc.: Manila
  • 48. Research Approaches Experimental - adherence to predetermined set of procedures Survey – conform to an informal agreement with respondents Participatory – negotiate issues jointly as they arise Indigenous – seek to enhance awareness as one-with-the-other
  • 49. Indigenous Research Cross-Indigenous Psychology fuses the modern and the traditional i.e. using scientific methods and ensuring that they are culturally appropriate. Sikolohiyang Pilipino utilizes and borrows concepts from both the modern and traditional cultural systems.
  • 50. Approaches in the development & utilization of indigenous viewpoints Indigenization from within basis: the indigenous direction: outwards culture-as-source Indigenization from without basis: the exogenous direction: inwards culture-as-target
  • 51. Indigenization from without Content indigenization translation of imported materials Theoretic indigenization Indigenization as strategy Culture assimilation indigenous versions of imported systems
  • 52. Indigenization from within Identification of indigenous concepts, methods, theories Semantic elaboration Indigenous codification re-codification Systematization/explication of implied theoretical frameworks Application/use
  • 53. Using the culture as source Indigenization from within necessarily implies the need for cultural revalidation a demand for concepts and methods which are culturally appropriate, scientifically valid
  • 54. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Language ethnolingguistic groups, multilingual people Leisure laro, laruan, palaro (patintero, sipa, piko) Cuisine adobo, bistik, dinuguan at puto, halo-halo Law
  • 55. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Religion belief in a supreme being (Batlaya) respect for nature (spirits dwell in nature) reverence for ancestry (bulol, anito, ninuno)
  • 56. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Religion underscores the importance of establishing close interpersonal relations with one’s family, relatives and fellowmen (kapwa) highly-developed sense of values: courage, cleanliness, courtesy, control and the family
  • 57. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Religion indigenous morality: profound concept of pagkamakatao babaylan (priestess), dambana (shrine) rituals and symbols for good (benevolent diwata) and evil (malevolent aswang)
  • 58. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Manuscripts, memories, mummies lost bell of Balangica, baybayin (alibata), burial grounds in Sagada Misa, mesa, mamimista, mamimis kita Foreign words subsumed in the structure of the Filipino language
  • 59. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Names: Sinag Liwayway (T), Dawani Paros (B), Janatyan Ahaddas (Y), Hamili Ayo (C), Sudi Amor (I) Literature: Francisco Balagtas, Ka Amado Theater and Film: Fernando Poe Jr. Tagalog movies shown in theaters from Batanes to Jolo
  • 60. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Medicine lason vs. gamot, synthetic pesticides have gone semantic transformation- result of massive promotion during the Marcos’ Green Revolution project herbal medicine, medicinal plants, hilot, concepts attributing illness to displaced organs that have to be massaged back into its correct position
  • 61. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Music and Arts: Sarong Banggi (B), Ati Cu Pung Singsing (P), Pamulinawen (I), Pobreng Alindahaw (C), Dandansoy (H), Salidumay (S); Kulilal Ensemble of Palawan, Kutyapi Artists of Maguindanao Rituals and Ceremonies: agimat (talisman), mutya (charm), gayuma (spell), anting-anting (amulet); bulong (whisper); sapi (spirit possession)
  • 62. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Methods: doing diagnosis psychodiagnostician determine culturally-defined cause of affliction through patawas, pagbatbat/pag-usisa, pagpakot, pamulso. beliefs in sapi, matanda, nuno, dwende.
  • 63. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Meanings: Hiyang – (compatible, suited) in indigenous medical practice, it means compatibility of the treatment and medicine with the individual. Lagnat laki (‘growing-up’ fever); Lugaw is perceived as ‘food for the sick’
  • 64. Traditional Filipino indigenous psychology and culture Genetic diversity of indigenous plants e.g. varieties of rice grains nurtured through centuries by indigenous people Herbal knowledge e.g. pito-pito, herbal tea from seven leaves: bayabas, banaba, alagao, kulantro, mango, pandan – use to detoxify the body.
  • 65. Philippine cultural studies Perspectival and Interpretive Models absolutist position - assumes the basic congruence of psychological phenomena across humankind relativist position – assumes differences across cultures, if not the uniqueness of each one
  • 66. Philippine cultural studiespangkami (reactive relativist), assumes the utilityof an alien frame of referencepantayong pananaw (ethnocentric), assumes theabsolutist indigenous perspectiveuniversalist position implied by the kapwa andcross indigenous orientation of SikolohiyangPilipino
  • 67. Philippine cultural studies Universalist position assumes that basic psychological processes are likely to be common features of human life everywhere, yet their manifestations are likely to be influenced by culture
  • 68. Philippine cultural studies Emic approach (phonemic) the need to understand a culture from its own perspective (using natural taxonomies) Etic approach (phonetic) the discovery of psychological universal
  • 69. Filipino intellectual tradition Philosophical traditions and paradigms of science as neither Eastern nor Western The West does not have a monopoly of scientific standards, in fact science evolved from Eastern intellectual traditions Filipino intellectual traditions: the Ma’aram, si Pilosopong Tasyo
  • 70. Filipino intellectual tradition Filipino philosophy of science incorporates the demands of empirical validation from reliability and validity to affirmability and authenticity. Levels of validity & scientific standards katatagan (replicability, reliability) katapatan (multiple operationism, validity) patibay (certification) patotoo (affirmability, attestability) patunay (authenticity)
  • 71. Filipino indigenous theories Filipino concepts and models of personality The five elements of the Ma’aram concept of pagkatawo (personhood): ginhawa (vital principle) buot (perception) isip (mind) dungan (sleep spirit) kalag (life spirit)
  • 72. Filipino indigenous theories Filipino concepts and models of personality Three elements in Baltazar’s model: bait (sanity) muni (reflection) hatol (judgment)
  • 73. Filipino indigenous theories Filipino concepts and models of personality The four elements in Covar’s concept of Filipino personhood: kaluluwa (spirit) budhi (conscience) katauhang panlabas, external appearance katauhang panloob (innermost being)
  • 74. Filipino indigenous theories Filipino social interaction theory Levels and modes of social interaction rooted in Filipino collectivist culture which have been identified using ethnoscientific field methods. Kapwa, a core concept in Filipino social psychology. Pakikipagkapwa is accepting, dealing with the other person as an equal.
  • 75. Filipino indigenous concepts Filipino concept of justice Tagalog, Ilongos, Cebuanos, Pampangos use a common word for justice, katarungan, derived from the Visayan root tarong means straight, upright, appropriate, correct, and for right, we use karapatan, whose root is dapat signifying fitting, appropriate, correct i.e. justice is related to right Jose W. Diokno (1983) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Isyu, pananaw, at kaalaman. Allen Aganon at Ma. Assumpta David (1985). National Bookstore, Inc.: Manila
  • 76. Research Models Models of data collection Self-orientation Experimenter-orientation Reactive-orientation Mutual-orientation Linda L. Viney (1988) in Pagbabangong-dangal: Indigenous psychology and cultural empowerment. Virgilo G. Enriquez (Ed.) 1994. Akademya ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino. Quezon City.
  • 77. Research Models Models of data collection Self-orientation Model: the data collector and contributors relate to the other only to the extent of waiting until the other stops responding, e.g. laboratory-based studies of memory. Communication is not taking place between them through socially shared interpretations or common constructs.
  • 78. Research Models Models of data collection Experimenter-orientation Model: the data collectors appear to influence while only the data contributors appear to be influenced, e.g. Asch’s person perception study; an imbalance of power in favor of data collectors who appear to define the experimental situation.
  • 79. Research Models Models of data collection Reactive-orientation Model: the participants in the data collection are reacting to what is currently taking place between them, e.g. verbal conditioning research; yet the capacities of both data contributors and collectors to construe are assumed to be unimportant and are ignored.
  • 80. Research Models Models of data collection Mutual-orientation Model: the data collector and contributor give something to, and gain something from the data collection, e.g. Piaget’s early research on conservation. Indigenous psychology research uses this model as the cultural researcher is a culture bearer himself.
  • 81. Research ModelsResearcher-Researchee Relationship Model Scale of the Researcher Iskala ng Mananaliksik Scale of the Relationship or Interaction between the Researcher and the Researchee Iskala ng Pagtutunguhan ng Mananaliksik at Kalahok Carmen E. Santiago & Virgilio G. Enriquez (1975) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Teorya, metodo, at gamit. Rogelia E. Pe-Pua (Ed.). UP Press.
  • 82. Santiago-Enriquez Research ModelResearcher-Researchee Relationship Model Scale of the Researcher Iskala ng Mananaliksik These are methods used by the researcher in generating data that are tried and tested and are culturally sensitive and appropriate in doing research with Filipinos.
  • 83. Santiago-Enriquez Research ModelResearcher-Researchee Relationship Model Scale of the Relationship or Interaction between the Researcher and the Researchee Iskala ng Pagtutunguhan ng Mananaliksik at Kalahok The level of interaction between the researcher and the researchee significantly determines the quality of data obtained.
  • 84. Santiago-Enriquez Research ModelResearcher-Researchee Relationship Model Levels of Relationship There are eight levels of interaction which range from the relatively uninvolved civility of pakikitungo to the total sense of identification in pakikiisa. These eight levels of interaction can be divided into two categories: the ibang-tao (outsider) and the hindi ibang-tao (one-of-us).
  • 85. Santiago-Enriquez Research ModelResearcher-Researchee Relationship Model Levels of Relationship Ibang-tao category (outsider) pakikitungo (amenities, civility) pakikisalimuha (interaction) pakikilahok (participation, joining) pakikibagay (conforming) pakikisama (adjusting, being along with)
  • 86. Santiago-Enriquez Research ModelResearcher-Researchee Relationship Model Levels of Relationship Hindi ibang-tao category (one-of-us) pakikipagpalagayang-loob (mutual trust) pakikisangkot (active involvement) pakikiisa (full trust)
  • 87. Filipino indigenous research methods Collective indigenous method partakes of the characteristics of: a community dialogue focused group discussion natural cluster interview group attestation puts premium on: cultural appropriateness an ordinary get-together
  • 88. Filipino indigenous research methods Approaches & Techniques Pakapa-kapa (‘groping,’ a field method) Pagtatanong-tanong (asking questions) Pakikiramdam (shared sensitivities) Pakikialam (concerned interference) Pakikilahok (participation) Pakikisangkot (integral involvement) Pagdalaw-dalaw (casual but repeated visits)
  • 89. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Pakapa-kapa an approach characterized by groping, searching, probing into an unsystematized mass of social and cultural data to be able to obtain order, meaning, and directions for research. Carmen E. Santiago (1975) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Teorya, metodo, at gamit. Rogelia R. Pe-Pua (Ed.) (1989) UP Press Amaryllis T. Torres in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Teorya, metodo, at gamit. Rogelia R. Pe-Pua (Ed.) (1989) UP Press
  • 90. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Pakapa-kapa implies an exploration into cultural, social or psychological data without the chains of overriding theoretical framework borrowed from observations outside the focus of investigation. can be related to unobtrusive techniques because the actual procedures for collecting information may range from observation, documentation, intervention, participation.
  • 91. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Panunuluyan approach interaction techniques, levels of relationship mula paninimbang hanggang malalimang pakikipagpalagayang-loob. Erlinda Nicdao-Henson (1977) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Teorya, metodo, at gamit. Rogelia R. Pe-Pua (Ed.) (1989). UP Press: QC. Josefina B. San Juan & Resurrecion Soriaga (1985) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Isyu, pananaw, at kaalaman. Allen Aganon & Ma. Assumpta David (Ed.) (1985) National Bookstore Inc.: Manila.
  • 92. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Panunuluyan approach Panunuluyan: ang kontekstong pisikal at teknolohikal. Pakikipagkapwa: ang batayang panlipunan ng pakikipanuluyan.
  • 93. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Panunuluyan approach Makataong pakikipag-ugnayan: pagdalaw, paninirahan, pananahanan, pakikisuno. Pakikibagay: pakikitulog at pakikikain. Pakikiramdam at paninimbang: paraan at batayan ng pakikipagpalagayang-loob.
  • 94. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Panunuluyan approach Pakikiramdam, paggamit ng damdamin, mata at pandinig upang maintindihan o mabasa ang ibig ipahiwatig ng kausap na ipinahahayag sa pamamagitan ng kilos, parinig at matalinhagang salita (talas ng pakiramdam).
  • 95. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Panunuluyan approach Pakikiramdam could serve as a personality disposition, as a situational behavior, as a coping mechanism; closely related to many general psychological concepts such as empathy and sensitivity. Rita Mataragnon (1982) in Sikolohiyang Pilipino: Isyu, pananaw, at kaalaman. Allen Aganon and Ma. Assumpta David (Ed.) (1985). National Bookstore Inc.: Manila
  • 96. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Panunuluyan approach Paninimbang: damdamin at isipan (sentido komon) ang pinaiiral dito at anuman ang namasid, nadama, o napakiramdaman ay aangkupan ng tugong-kilos, subalit iniisip ang kahalagahan at kabutihang maidudulot ng katugunang ito (pagtutumbas).
  • 97. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Panunuluyan approach Pamamaraan panimulang pagsasanay paglalakbay at pakikisuno paghimpil sa pook pagtingin-tingin sa maaaring panuluyan paghanap ng tulay pagdalaw sa pakikipanuluyan
  • 98. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesPanunuluyan approach Pagsasakatuparan pagbati at pagpapakilala pag-aayos ng mga dala-dalahan pakikipagpalagayan pagtulong-tulong pagpalit-palitang paggamit ng mga metodo paggawa ng pananaliksik pamamaalam at pasasalamat
  • 99. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesPanunuluyan approach Suliraning etikal pagsasabi ng layunin ng pananaliksik pagkasangkapan sa pagkakaibigan pagsasabi sa kinalabasan ng pananaliksik paghingi ng pahintulot pagtanaw ng utang na loob/pamemerwisyo pagbubunyag ng natuklasang katiwalian
  • 100. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Pagtatanong-tanong Method Pagtatanong-tanong, Filipino word for “asking questions,” the repetition of ‘tanong’ to ‘tanong- tanong’ indicates seriousness of purpose, one is truly determined to get answers to ones questions. Rogelia R. Pe-Pua (1989). International Journal of Intercultural Relations, Vol. 13, pp 147-163. Pergamon Press: USA
  • 101. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesPagtatanong-tanong MethodMajor Characteristics – Participatory in nature – Equality of status – Appropriate and adaptive – Integrated with other indigenous methods
  • 102. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Pagtatanong-tanong Method Preparation: pagtatanong-tanong is part of everyday casual interaction, researcher must plan very well for certain conditions, consider convenience and comfort of informants, their language, norms, values, and background (history, within/between group differences, activities, policies).
  • 103. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesProcedure of pagtatanong-tanongGet to know the people, place, lifestyleGreet informants, give credentials (name the go- between)Go tell them the purpose of the studyGive an estimate of the expected length of the sessionGuide questions are used when necessaryGoodbye and thank you is not abrupt
  • 104. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesPrinciples of pagtatanong-tanongThe level of the relationship that exists betweenthe researcher and the informant significantlyinfluences the quality of data obtained(Santiago-Enriquez Model).The language of the respondent is used in theconduct of pagtatanong-tanong.
  • 105. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesPrinciples of pagtatanong-tanongThe use of pakikiramdam as ‘feeling for another’(cultural sensitivity), through this the researcherknows when to ask or avoid questions, interpretsa ‘yes’ for a ‘no’.The equality of status is maintained, as it is adialogue (informant is a kausap or personspoken with) not an interview.
  • 106. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesPrinciples of pagtatanong-tanongThe issue of reliability: consistency of responsecan be checked by repeating the question in adifferent way.The problem of investigator bias and datacontamination can be solved by having morethan one person do the pagtatanong-tanong.
  • 107. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesPrinciples of pagtatanong-tanongRepeated sampling from as many informants aspossible can produce commonalities of lexicaldomain which can then constitute a ‘construct.’Familiarity with the language, values, culturalnorms, will optimize accuracy and relevance ofinterpretations.
  • 108. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesPakikipagkwentuhan MethodKuwentuhan is an occasion for exchange ofinformation, ideas, insights, and opinions also itis a sharing of beliefs, thoughts, andexperiences.Roberto E. Javier Jr. (2004). Methodological Properties ofPakikipagkwentuhan. DLSU-URCO Research Project Report.
  • 109. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesPakikipagkwentuhan MethodOral (pasalita)Written (pasulat)Transmitted (pasalin-salin) through timeRequest (paki – paghingi ng pahintulot)
  • 110. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesPakikipagkwentuhan MethodPakikipagkwentuhan is an informal, free, as wellas a social process of exchanging information,thoughts, and knowledge that is part of humandaily activities.Grace O. Oteza (1997). Pakikipagkwentuhan: Isang pamamaraan ng sama-samang pananaliksik, pagpapatotoo, at pagtulong sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino.PPRTH Occasional Papers Series 1997, No. 1.
  • 111. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniquesProcedure of pakikipagkwentuhan initially make visits (padalaw-dalaw) before living-in the community (panunuluyan) introduce yourself to the community invite yourself to community gatherings initiate a conversation when in a natural cluster invest time in story sharing sessions
  • 112. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Principles of pakikipagkwentuhan may pakikipagkapwa sa kwentuhan may ‘paki’ ang kalahok sa kwento may pakinabang sa kwentuhan libangan linangan ng kaalaman lunas sa karamdaman
  • 113. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Principles of pakikipagkwentuhan collective orientation (pananaliksik na sama-sama) contains the process of validation (pagpapatotoo) construction of social reality (pagbubuo) cluster as unit of analysis (pagsali sa likas na umpukan)
  • 114. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Principles of pakikipagkwentuhan with a topic to talk about but without a theme (may pakay pero walang paksa) worth or value of story produced from the kwentuhan session (kwenta ng kwento)
  • 115. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Principles of pakikipagkwentuhan Validity: trustworthiness not truth (mapagkakatiwalaan kaysa makatotohanan) Reliability: certification not consistency (process of pakikipagkwentuhan-indicator) (pagpapatotoo, pagpapatibay)
  • 116. Sikolohiyang Pilipino research approaches and techniques Ginabayang Talakayan Method collective discussion technique ‘sama-sama’ orientation Roberto Galvez

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Infographics - Construing Filipino Social Interaction



































Mula sa - http://buklodisip.weebly.com/san-na-si-sp.html

Sa'n Na Si SP?

Sa pamamagitan ng Sa'n Na Si SP, naglalayon ang UP Buklod-Isip na makatulong 
sa paglalathala at pamamahagi ng mga bagong pag-aaral ukol sa 
Sikolohiyang Pilipino (SP). Ang mga pag-aaral na ito ay ibinabahagi sa 
porma ng komiks upang maka-engganyo ng mas maraming mambabasa. 
Sa kasalukuyan, nakapaglabas na ng limang Sa'n Na Si SP posters ang Bukluran.


Translation
(Where is SP? Through where is SP, UP Buklod-Isip aims to help in the 
publication and distribution of new researches and studies on Filipino 
Psychology. These studies are shared through comics form to attract more
readers. At present, there are already 5 posters of Where is SP that has been 
released.)

Ang UP Bukluran sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino o UP BUKLOD-ISIP ay 
isang pang-akademikong organisasyon ng mga mag-aaral ng sikolohiya. 
Pangunahin sa mga isinusulong nitong samahan ay ang pagtataguyod at 
pagpapalaganap ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino (SP), isang sikolohiyang sumasalamin 
sa diwa ng sambayanang Pilipino, at tumutugon sa mga pangangailangan at 
adhikain nito; isang sikolohiyang malaya, mapagpalaya, at mapagpabagong-isip.


Translation
(The UP Bukluran sa Sikolohiyang Pilipino o UP BUKLOD-ISIP is an
academic organization of students in Psychology  
at the University of the Philippines (UP). Among the priorities 
of the organization includes the support and promotion of Filipino Psychology,
a psychology that reflects the Filipino consciousness, respond to their needs and 
aspirations; a psychology that is free, empowering and that encourages change of
consciousness.)

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Information from the site of DSM 5



To the DSM-5 User Community:
When the Fifth Edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) was released at the American Psychiatric Association’s Annual Meeting in May 2013, it marked the end of more than a decade’s journey in revising the criteria for the diagnosis and classification of mentaldisorders. Although DSM-5 is now complete, a great deal of work remains, and we are hopeful that once again you will play an active role in this next important phase of refining the manual. Our highest priority is ensuring the proper use of DSM-5, including providing training materials; answering questions about its implementation in clinical care and research; clarifying concerns about the new ICD codes and insurance billing; and correcting any errors. Information about DSM-5’s developmental history, including Task Force and Work Group membership and relevant resource documents, will also continue to be maintained here.
Professionals from the mental health and medical communities, patients and their families, and members of the public have had a strong voice in DSM-5 up to this point, and we hope to continue this dialogue over the coming years. Your input made this a remarkable collaborative process. We encourage you to continually visit this site to remain updated on its content and to provide feedback for future improvements.
On behalf of all those involved in the development of DSM-5, we thank you and look forward to hearing from you.
David Kupfer, MD, Chair, DSM-5 Task Force
Darrel Regier, MD, MPH, Vice-Chair, DSM-5 Task Force

Source link - http://www.dsm5.org/Pages/Default.aspx

FAQ link - http://www.dsm5.org/Documents/FAQ%20for%20Clinicians%208-1-13.pdf

Highlight of Changes from DSM 4 TR
http://www.dsm5.org/Documents/changes%20from%20dsm-iv-tr%20to%20dsm-5.pdf





DSM 5 FB Page
https://www.facebook.com/pages/DSM-5-Diagnostic-and-Statistical-Manual-of-Mental-Disorders/260197062886


Critical Look at DSM or the State of Psychiatry
http://psychometricpinas.blogspot.com/2013/07/critical-look-at-dsm-or-state-of.html

Sunday, September 1, 2013

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We are constantly in the process of searching out sites and categorizing them. If your site entry is miscategorized or has errors, either fill out the modify form or E-mail Don Walter at walter@psychology.orgwith the correct information.

If you feel new categories should be added, or have technical/administrative questions, E-mail Don Walter at walter@psychology.org.

Direct content related comments and suggestions to:
William Palya
Department of Psychology, Jacksonville State University
palya@psychology.org

Jacksonville State UniversitySEBAC Psychology Server

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