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Journal of Psychological Research

ISSN: 2630-5143 (Online)

Vol. 1 , Iss. 1 (April 2019)


  • A Foreword from the Editor-in-Chief

    Inna Reddy Edara

    Article ID: 635
    302  (Abstract) 61  (Download)


    On behalf of the Bilingual Publishing Co., the editorial board and the staff, I welcome you to the inaugural issue of Journal of Psychological Research (JPR), a peer-reviewed and an international open access academic journal, focusing on the multidisciplinary aspects of the field of psychology.

    Bilingual Publishing Co. (BPC), located in Singapore, since its beginnings in... More


  • Running Head: Business Travel and Perceived Stress Psychological Stress among Business Travelers in Malaysia

    Dhiviya Karunaharan

    Article ID: 269
    397  (Abstract) 98  (Download)

    Abstract: Businesses and corporations today break geographical boundaries and carry out business globally (Carlson & Perrewe, 1999). Business travel can be physically demanding and psychologically stressful, compromising the well-being of business travelers and the benefits of organizations. The present study examined how biopsychosocial factors, which are health concern, burnout, and social support, explained business travel stress... More

  • Beyond Bloom’s: Students’ Perception of Bloom’s Taxonomy and its Convolution with Cognitive Load

    Jamie Lee Jensen, Andrea J. Phillips, Jace C. Briggs

    Article ID: 421
    397  (Abstract) 170  (Download)


             Bloom’s taxonomy is widely used in educational research to categorize the cognitive skills required to answer exam questions. For this study, we analyzed how students categorize exam questions (high-level question or low-level question,) gathered data as to their rationale for categorization, and compared their categorizations to those of experts. We found that students consistently... More


  • Imagination in Entrepreneurship: An Inspiration from Heidegger

    Usman Talat, Kirk Chang

    Article ID: 417
    566  (Abstract) 84  (Download)


    Entrepreneur's imagination has crucial implication on business success and management. Despite its espoused importance, imagination is still undervalued and deserves more academic attention. The current article aims to provide a novel perspective on imagination informed by Heidegger (1889-1976; widely acknowledged to be one of the most original philosophers of the 20th century). Specifically, the article... More

  • Functional Expansion of Music Education Technologies (through the example of music rehabilitation therapy of neurology ward patients)

    Tatiana Vladimirovna Lvova, Alla Vladimirovna Toropova

    Article ID: 472
    317  (Abstract) 68  (Download)


    This article presents a research of the possibility to apply music education activities for rehabilitation of patients with neurodegenerative disease.

    The purpose of this work was development of a music psychotherapy program for rehabilitation of patients with Parkinson’s neurodegenerative disease.

    We suggested “target objects” for music rehabilitation therapy at all levels of manifestation of symptoms of illness:

    1)     ... More