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Boyce Jubilan, DVM, MPhil, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

Recent Professional Presentations:

  • Presented the results of a study on “General Anxiety Levels of High School Students During the Covid Pandemic” to teachers in the Philippines (January 2021)   
  • Poster presented entitled “The Tinder Project: A Correlational Study Between Tinder Matches, Life-Satisfaction, and Self- Esteem” at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association (EPA) (March 1-4, 2018). Co-author: Mr. Jacob White
  • Paper presented entitled: “Filipino Preservice Teacher’s Level of Environmental Literacy and Views Toward STS and STS-based Instruction” at the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE) International Conference (Baltimore, MD, January 3-6, 2018). Co-Author: Dr. Aidin Amirshokoohi.

Courses Taught at DeSales University:

  • Current Issues in Psychology
  • Drugs and Behavior
  • Endocrinology of Behavior
  • History of Psychology
  • Independent Research
  • Introduction of Psychology
  • Psychobiology
  • Psychopharmacology
  • Research Methods and Analysis
  • Cognitive Psychology
  • Biology of Behavior. Summer 1997; 1998 Professor, Summer Study Program in Austria
  • Neuroendocrinology of Behavior. Consortial Professor, Lehigh University (1996) and Muhlenberg College (2001)
  • Philippine Culture

Representative Publications:

  • Jubilan BM (2021). Philippine Culture. eBook
  • Amirshokoohi A & Jubilan BM (2018). Filipino Preservice Teachers’ Level of Environmental Literacy and Views toward STS and STS-based Instruction. International Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Learning (December 2018), Vol.25, Issue 2.
  • Jubilan BM (1995-1999; 2008-2009). Editor: Annual Edition: Biological Psychology. McGraw Hill
  • Cheever K, Dailey T, Ehrhardt K, Blumenstein R, Jubilan B, Morin C & Lewis C (2005). Surgeons and the Spirit: A Study on the Relationship of Religiosity to Clinical Practice, Journal of Religion and Health (Vol. 44, No. 1; pp. 67-80).
  • Jubilan BM & Nyby JG (1992). The intrauterine position phenomenon and precopulatory behaviors in house mice. Physiology & Behavior, 51, 857-872.

Some Research Works in Collaboration with Undergraduate Psychology majors at DeSales University:

  • A study on consumer behavior patterns of people on welfare
  • The effects of scopolamine (a neurotransmitter blocker) on learning and memory
  • The significance of salivary nerve growth factor in female mice reproductive behavior
  • A search for human pheromones revelant in dyadic relationships
  • Effects of Nutritional Versus Non-nutritional Foods on Children's Behavior
  • E.Q., S.A.T., and GPA Correlations in College Students
  • The Effects of Current Events on Salivary Cortisol Levels
  • Effect of Ephedra on General Learning and Memory
  • The Effects of Noise on Spatial Ability Among College Students