Allan B.i. Bernardo
Department of Psychology
University of Macau
Allan B.I. Bernardo received his Bachelor's degree in Psychology from University of the Philippines- Diliman and Master's in Cognitive Psychology from Yale University. He earned his Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology & Educational Psychology from Yale University.
Sociocultural meaning systems, motivations, academic emotions, and learning; Hope, positive psychology and well-being in collectivist cultures; Social psychology of unequal intergroup relations, socioeconomic growth and inequality
Hu Q, Bernardo AB, Lam SW, Cheang PK. Individualism-Collectivism Orientations and Coping Styles of Cyberbullying Victims in Chinese Culture. Current Psychology. 2016:1-8.
Bernardo AB, Estrellado AF. Subjective Well-Being of Filipino Women who Experienced Intimate Partner Violence: A Person-Centered Analysis. International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling. 2017:1-7.
Bernardo AB, Daganzo MA, Ocampo AC. Abusive Supervision and Well-Being of Filipino Migrant Workers in Macau: Consequences for Self-Esteem and Heritage Culture Detachment. Social Indicators Research.:1-6.