filipino psychology

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FILIPINO PSYCHOLOGY WRITTEN EXAM I.D. NO 9210356 We have discussed about making a research on the psychology of the Filipinos, and the field I chose is on Personality. Much has been written and many research studies conducted on Filipino personality. But previous literatures have discussed related themes on values, personality traits, behavior, and norms of conduct of the Filipino in the light used by Western methods, using Western language not indigenous to the Filipino culture. Nevertheless, there have been studies conducted that tried to use Filipino terminologies that have typefied “cultural value traits” as derived from Malay roots, and Chinese, Indian, Spanish, and American influenc Continue...


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