Journal Description

Academic Journal of Psychology and Education (AJPE) is a peer-reviewed, open-access scholarly journal that is published monthly. The journal provides a platform for academics, researchers, and practitioners to publish original research, reviews, and commentaries in the areas of psychology and education. The aim of the journal is to advance knowledge in the field of psychology and education by disseminating high-quality research to a global audience.


The Academic Journal of Psychology and Education (AJPE) welcomes original research articles, literature reviews, case studies, and commentaries that make a significant contribution to the field of psychology and education. The journal is committed to publishing high-quality research that is relevant to a wide audience of academics, researchers, and practitioners.

FORCED-CHOICE PRIME VISIBILITY TEST: UNRAVELING THE TARGET SEQUENTIAL EFFECT

Unconscious processing of visual stimuli is a crucial area of study, and it is essential to ensure that the processing is indeed unconscious. This study explores the methods for ascertaining unconscious processing, including subjective reports and the combination of subjective and objective measures. Blindsight, a phenomenon in which individuals exhibit above-chance accuracy in identifying "undetected" stimuli, even though they claim not to see them, serves as a prominent example. While some

Zhang Wei Xin, Chen Hui Lei, Liu Mei Yong

SHAPING PERCEPTIONS: ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF SUICIDE-SPECIFIC EDUCATION ON GRADUATE STUDENTS

Suicide occurs at alarming rates across the United States and rates are on the rise. The majority of those who attempt suicide report meeting with a medical or mental health provider in the six months prior to their attempt. Graduate programs that prepare social workers need to be prepared to offer adequate training to their students that include content about the needs of suicidal clients and survivors. The purpose of the study was to examine student perceptions of their readiness to work

Ramirez Elena Carlos , Anderson Jessica Daniel

THE POWER OF MOVIES: USING LOGO-CINEMATHERAPY TO TRANSFORM THE LIVES OF COLLEGE INMATE STUDENTS

This study delves into the profound impact of movies on individuals and society, exploring their role in fulfilling aspirations and providing a temporary escape to an ideal world. Movies serve as a reflection of cultural values and societal behaviors, allowing viewers to connect with characters and themes, thus offering insights into the essence of different groups. However, the Philippine film industry has faced significant challenges due to digitalization, with the widespread availability

Juan Dela Cruz

PAY SATISFACTION, EMOTIONAL LABOUR AND PSYCHOLOGICAL WELLBEING OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN EMOHUA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, OF RIVERS STATE

The need to ensure the wellbeing of teachers given their roles in the teaching pedagogy led to this study on the influence of pay satisfaction and emotional labour on the psychological wellbeing of teachers in secondary schools in Emohua local government area of Rivers State. Given the above, two research questions, objectives and hypotheses were raised to guide the study. Literature to understand what emotional labour, pay satisfaction and psychological wellbeing were exhausted. Given this

Wadi Elizabeth Oghenetega, Samuel Aleruchi Egbuchu

OBSERVING CHANGE: THE TRANSFORMATIVE IMPACT ON CHILD WELFARE PRACTICES

This article delves into the intricacies of child welfare services (CWS) practices and their emergence, emphasizing the role of specific observations in shaping these practices. It focuses on a constructed child service investigation, dissecting the factors responsible for molding an investigation into a particular form and progression rather than other potential pathways. Previous work by Aamodt (2015) highlighted the striking uniformity of CWS investigations across various cases, agencies,

Sophia Isabella Jensen

BEHIND CLOSED DOORS: THE STRENGTH OF ADULT DAUGHTERS IN ABUSIVE MOTHER-DAUGHTER RELATIONSHIPS

Intimate partner violence (IPV) and its impact on children are pressing issues that necessitate comprehensive examination. This study delves into the co-occurrence of IPV and child exposure to violence, emphasizing the importance of understanding this intersection for future research and intervention efforts. With millions of children exposed to violence annually, it is crucial to address this multifaceted problem

Anderson Marie Jonathan

ACHIEVEMENT GOALS AND LEARNING STRATEGIES: A UNIVERSITY SETTING PERSPECTIVE

Motivation is a significant predictor of academic performance, particularly in the context of university education. Contemporary research has repeatedly demonstrated the influence of non-cognitive factors, such as motivation, on academic achievement. This article reviews the complex relationship between motivation, achievement goals, perceived competence, and learning strategies in academic settings. It highlights the central role of achievement goals in shaping students' attitudes,

Budi Santoso