RCSSED’s very own Dr. Allan de Guzman is the top Thomasian scientist –and 49th in the country– in the latest rankings of the Alper-Doger Scientific Index. The AD Scientific Index, says its website, is “using the total and last 5 years’ values of the i10 index, h-index, and citation scores in Google Scholar. In addition, […]
This study examined the effects that time and community assistance (in the form of donations) had on accrued recoveries from the novel coronavirus. This study examined donation transaction data from a community-based national virtual donation platform in conjunction with government released figures on populations and COVID-19 cases in the Philippines. Findings from a Generalized Linear […]
Bond markets have grown mature in many countries; however, the quality of financial integration varies across ASEAN economies. In the case of bond markets in the ASEAN +3, they experienced fast development; however, they are still less integrated. This study attempts to examine the ramifications of the ASEAN bond market integration and past crises to […]
Dr. Veronico Tarrayo presented his paper “Navigating the gender dimensions in English language teaching: Perceptions of senior high school teachers in the Philippine”s at the 41st Thailand TESOL International Virtual Conference (January 21-22). Dr. Tarrayo is a research associate of the Center.
Information dissemination on tuberculosis (TB) still hinders the community due to inadequate resources and knowledge provided by healthcare facilities. Literature suggested that health education and awareness might help empower the community for different aspects of disease management by connecting people with the right treatment at the right time. This study aims to identify the general […]
RCSSED Research Associate Dr. Veronico Tarrayo writes a review of the book titled “International Perspectives on Diversity in ELT” (English Language Teaching). His review came out in the journal Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching [with Scopus Index Quartile 1 (Language and Linguistics)] https://doi.org/10.1080/17501229.2022.2029867
This quantitative paper sought understand how the use of social networking sites, depressive symptoms, and NSSI (non-suicidal self-injury) are related. Conducted here was a cross-sectional predictive research involving 214 adolescents selected via purposive sampling. The result shows that these variables are significantly associated with each other. –published in Current Psychology [Web of Science Impact Factor […]