Annalyn De Guzman Capulong, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor


Developmental Psychology

Research Interests

Parenting/Parental Involvement, Child-Rearing Practices, Parent-Child Relationships, Self-Regulation/Delay of Gratification, Child Assessment, Infant and Child Development, Digital Media and Child Development (touchscreen use, social media practices, media effects)


Doctorate in Developmental Psychology (minor in Personality) – Ph.D. Candidate, University of the Philippines – Diliman

Master of Arts in Psychology (2000), University of the Philippines – Diliman

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology (1994), University of the Philippines – Diliman

Selected Publications

De-Guzman-Capulong, A.L. (2004). The relationship of gender and maternal socialization to delay of gratification among selected public school first graders. Philippine Journal of Psychology, June issue.

Pedron, D.G.E., De Guzman, A.L., Hidalgo, M.C.G., Jacinto, M.J.L., and Bernardo, A.B.I. (1992). Misleading Information and Memory for Major and Minor Details About Events: Evidence for the Memory Impairment Hypothesis. Philippine Journal of Psychology, 25, 2, 10-17.

Professional Associations

Psychological Association of the Philippines

Pambansang Samahan ng Sikolohiyang Pilipino

American Psychological Association

European Association of Developmental Psychology

Society of Research for Child Development

International Association for Cross Cultural Psychology

Awards and Recognition

Registered Psychologist—Included in the first 100 psychologists in the country and in the first eight among the UP Psychology faculty who took the licensure oath taking in July 19, 2013

Other Work Experience

Head (2015-2016), Academic Program Improvement Project for the Review and Revision of the Undergraduate Psychology Curriculum, University of the Philippines – Diliman

Undergraduate Program Coordinator (2012-2013, 2nd Semester 2014-2015), University of the Philippines – Diliman

Research team member (2000-2002; 2006-2008), Development of the Philippine Early Childhood and Care Development (ECCD) Checklist—a national screening and monitoring tool for assessing the developmental status of children as mandated by the Council for the Welfare of Children, in its capacity as the National ECCD Coordinating Council, in 2003