Assoc. Prof. Darwin Rungduin, RPsy, PhD, the Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, had published his co-authored paper in the Vol. 35 No. 4 of the Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research and Vol. 17 of the Hellenic Journal of Psychology, both SCOPUS Indexed journals.
In the first research article entitled Role of Shared Identity (Kapwa) in Forgiving Others: A Collectivistic Approach in Understanding Forgiveness, Assoc. Prof. Rungduin, together with Teresita Rungduin of the Philippine Normal University and John Ray Acopio of Mapua University, delved in the concept of forgiveness as contextualized in shared identity. The study had utilized multiple phases of categorization and vignette stories to capture how forgiveness is being practiced with shared identity.
Still together with John Ray Acopio and Teresita Rungduin, their paper entitled A Sociocultural Exploration of the Concepts of Death and Dying Among Filipino Children dealt with how children process death and dying using a phenomenological approach. The research had successfully interviewed eight Filipino children in which findings were analyzed and conclusions were drawn.
The research publications may be found on Vol. 35 No. 4 of the Pakistan Journal of Psychological Research (http://www.pjprnip.edu.pk/index.php/pjpr/article/view/664) and Vol. 17 of the Hellenic Journal of Psychology (https://pseve.org/.../2020/09/Volume17_Issue2-Rungduin.pdf). The two academic journals are recognized by SCOPUS in their list of high impact and prestigious journal publications.
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