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Group 4 Progress Report
Group 4 Progress Report
Group 4 Progress Report
Group 4 Progress Report
Group 4 Progress Report
Group 4 Progress Report
Group 4 Progress Report
Group 4 Progress Report
Group 4 Progress Report
Group 4 Progress Report
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Group 4 Progress Report

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Parent-Child Relationships

Parent-Child Relationships

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  • 1. Parent-Child Relationship and Parental Authority asPredictors of Psychological Well-Being of Filipino Adolescent Children with Middle-Aged Parents Florencio, Mary Louise H. Nojara, Jennifer A. Revil, Sarahbeth Mari V. Villon, Erika Patricia DJ.
  • 2. Proposal ◦ Pretest  Quantitative: 30 participants (15 males & 15 females), studying in school located in Metro Manila, age 15-19 with middle-aged parents  Test conducted in their classroom  Qualitative: Interview the top and bottom 5% ◦ Actual Procedure  Quantitative: 200 participants (100 males &100 females), studying in school located in Metro Manila, age 15-19 with middle-aged parents  Test conducted in their classroom  Qualitative: Interview the top and bottom 5%Participants and Setting
  • 3. Actual ◦ Pretest  Quantitative: 50 participants from University of Sto. Tomas (2nd year, Architecture students)  Assent Forms and Consent Forms were given, orientation, and conduction of the test  Test administration in their classroom  Qualitative: 2 participants, for follow-upParticipants and Setting
  • 4. Actual ◦ Actual Procedure  Quantitative: 100 participants from University of Sto. Tomas (1st year, Pharmacy students.)  Assent Forms and Consent Forms were given, orientation, and conduction of the test  Test administration in their classroomParticipants and Setting
  • 5. Pretest ◦ PAQ, Ryff Scale, and IPPA were conducted. ◦ Reliability (N=30)Instruments
  • 6. IPPA (N=25) RYFF (N=54)Instruments
  • 7. Resultsof pretest in terms of procedure ◦ We first presented consent and assent forms ◦ Gave instructions and opened the floor for any clarifications ◦ After test, debriefed and informed for possible participation in interview ◦ Qualitative: 2 interviewees still for follow- upData Gathering
  • 8. Revised Procedures ◦ Included contact number in profile information sheetData Gathering
  • 9. What facilitated your data gathering? ◦ They were behaved while taking the testReflections on the DataGathering
  • 10. What hindered your data gathering? ◦ Stage fright: we all got nervous ◦ Needs to improve on assertivenessReflections on the DataGathering
  • 11. Revised Timeline Date Procedure July 31 UA&P responded to our request Follow up on other schools/Follow- August 1 up interviewees (quali pre-test) August 3-4 Sending of letter to other schools August 6-8 Follow up August 8-14 Actual Data Gathering

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