Proceedings of the 4th ASEAN Conference on Psychology, Counselling, and Humanities (ACPCH 2018)

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Anxiety About Aging: Cultural Value Masyarakat Toraja

Lusy Asa Akhrani, Grace Eka
This study has been made with the purpose to find out the relationship between cultural values and anxiety about aging. The subjects of this study were Toraja people of middle age groups (40-60 years) and late adults (60 years and over) who were still performing the Ma 'Nene' or Ma 'Ta' Da 'ritual totaling...

Prejudice: Sources, Types And Reducing Among Martial Arts Colleges In Madiun

Ika Herani, Afifah Nur Hidayah, Rahma Ulifa
The conflict between two martial arts colleges is very interesting to study. This study aims to identify sources, types of prejudice and ways to reduce prejudices. This study uses qualitative methods with phenomenological approaches and data analysis models of Moustakas. Data collection techniques using...

Attachment of the Youngest Child with Working Mother: A Case Study of the Youngest Daughter

Dian Putriana, Dian Nur Andriani Eka Setiawati
As a mother, having another job outside the home requires good skills in sharing time and attention between work and children. These skills will later affect the results of the attachment obtained between the mother and child. Especially for the youngest child who is basically more spoiled and always...

Moral Emotion of Adolescents in the Context of Decision-Making

MM. Shinta Pratiwi, Subandi, MG. Adiyanti
Adolescents need to have moral emotions as an effort to make moral decisions and anticipate the emergence of moral transgression. The moral emotions as those emotions that are linked to the interests or welfare either of society as a whole or at least of persons other than the judge or agent. Some people...

The Effect of Resilience toward Psychological Distress Among Female Medical Students

Fatimah Azzahra, Rizki Wira Paramita
This research was conducted to determine the effect of resilience on the psychological distress of female medical students. The scale used is The Kessler Psychological Distress Scale (K10), and Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale (CD-RISC) 10. The scale was distributed to 134 selected subjects using a quota...

Self-Forgiveness in Former Drug Addict (A Case Study on Former Methamphetamine Addict)

Firdaus Yuni Hartatik, Nixie Devina Rahmadiani
The recovery period is one of the phases that ex-drug users have to go through where in addition to having to withstand physical side effects due to substance use termination, former drug users are also faced with inner turmoil that makes them have to fight against desires that can damage the healing...

Phenomenological Study on Motivation for Wearing Hijab Among College Students: Study on Students of Muhammadiyah University of Malang

Zulfany Safira Nabila, Karisma Dewi Puspasari
Hijab is fashion character for a muslim woman. The majority of college students on the campus are wearing hijab. The purpose of this study is to: 1) know about collegian understandingthat hijab is obligatory, 2) know the motivation for wearing hijab in collegian of Muhammadiyah University of Malang....

Impact of Affective Commitment with Employee Performance Moderated by Organization Citizenship Behavior (OCB)

Ardiansyah, Ardiansyah, Erfan Afandi
The research explain about determine and the impact of the variables studied in this research, the variables tested included the influence of affective commitment to employee performance, the influence of affective commitment on Organization Citizenship Behavior (OCB), and the influence of employee performance...

Flow in High School Students in Malang

Fenny Febriyanti
Flow can be defined as a subjective state in which is psychologically, physically, or affectively individual focused on one activity he was working. Flow is interesting to analyze in academic activities. In several prior studies, flow is associated with student motivation and procrastination behaviour....

Picollo (Positive Psychology in Classroom) Programme : Training for Increase Grit for Adolescent Community in Classroom Setting

Alif Aulia Masfufah, Nur Andini Sudirman
One of the most difficult challenges faced as teachers or educators is developing the potential of mental health at school especially in classroom. Educators and researchers tend to research curriculum-focused and pedagogical. Some factors such as non-cognitive like how students judge themselves, how...

Motivational Analysis in Carrying Out Research: A Study of Medical Faculty Lecturer at Hang Tuah University

Gartinia Nurcholis
Research is one of the activities found on catalogues of higher education which is the basis for evaluating the performance of certain higher education. The problem of lecturer productivity in carrying out research is considered near to the ground. Less motivation is indicated as one of the factors leads...

Happiness in Elderly: Contribution of Health's Perception and Filial Piety

Sofa Amalia
The elderly is considered as a fairly difficult period. At this time, someone will begin to think about death and a sense of loss left by a spouse, family, and begin to retire from work activities. Additionally, the elderly often feel Empty-nest, a loneliness in life because their children have left...

Smartphone Addiction and Loneliness in Adolescent

Diana Savitri Hidayati
Adolescent nowadays spent most of their time online in the internet or used their smartphone. In consequence, they spent less of their time interact with their friends. It can cause a decreasing number of friends and made them experienced loneliness. Loneliness is a subjective unpleasant experience caused...

An Umbrella Review on Intergroup Emotion as A Preliminary Study of Social Engineering on Burqa Women

Fadjri Kirana Anggarani, Tri Rejeki Andayani, Hardjono
Many studies have been conducted on inter-group emotion. Intergroup emotion is the basis of mutual feelings in a group of burqa women occurred in social engineering. An umbrella review that was a literature review has been summarizing the determinants and concept of intergroup emotion. Eligible systematic...

The Relationship between Personality and Self-Esteem towards University Students in Malaysia

Eswari A/P Varanarasama, Avanish Kaur A/P Gurmit Singh, Kavitha A/P Nalla Muthu
This research investigated the relationship between personality traits and self-esteem among university students in Malaysia. The main objective of this research is to assess the relationship between personality traits and self-esteem among university students. This research examined the predictive value...

Blended Approach: The Convergence of Resilience and Psychoeducation in Science Learning

Titiyaka Jajuri, Shahabuddin Hashim, Syed Mohamad Syed Abdullah, Mohd Norawi Ali
This paper introduces the "Proud Of Your Own" module (POYO), the Blended Module that combines the academic resilience constructs and the contents of the form four physics subjects contained in the Physics curriculum in Malaysia, the topic of Light and Vision. The purpose of the module development is...

The Influences of the Lecturers’ Beliefs on Teaching Functions on Teaching Practices

Samah Ali Mohsen Mofreh, M. Najib Ghafar
An understanding of the relationship between lecturers’ beliefs on teaching functions and lecturers’ teaching practices is important for the improvement of lecturers’ professional development. There have been few types of research conducted regarding lecturers’ beliefs about teaching and the interrelationship...

Learning Style Based Teaching to Enhance Student Metacognition Skills (Review of Neuroscience Learning Theory)

Ari Firmanto, Imanuel Hitipeuw, Marthen Pali, Fattah Hanurawan
Optimal development in all aspects will determine the child's future success. Parenting and education patterns carried out by parents, teachers and the environment will affect the quality of children. Without neglecting other aspects, cognitive development becomes an important focus in addition to physical...

The Correlation between Personality and Self-Esteem Level among Students at Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)

Nur Izyan Binti Sahidan, Nor Syuhada Farhanis Binti Hashim, Syahirah Husna Binti Rusdi
Self-esteem refers to how an individual assesses himself from a positive or negative perspective. The ability to self-assess will build self-esteem and be able to manage ways of thinking, acting and emotion control. There are several factors that affect individuals in self-determination process of self-esteem....

A Review on R.E.C.E.O Crisis Intervention Model among Firefighters in Malaysia and in Crisis Counselling Setting

Mohd Wafiy Akmal Ahmad Khadri, Nor Shafrin Ahmad
This single case study is conducted to describe the R.E.C.E.O (Rescue – Exposure – Confinement – Extinguishment – Overhaul) crisis intervention model used by firefighters in Malaysia in handling a crisis situation. The similarities and differences are compared between R.E.C.E.O Crisis Intervention Model...

Students' Learning Experiences towards the Use of Assessments in a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE)

Rozniza Zaharudin, Voon Yeun Ting
This study is about students' learning experiences towards the use of assessments in a virtual learning environment. Students’ learning experiences are crucial in learning processes to achieve better learning outcomes. Students’ learning experiences can be assessed by using the Community of Inquiry (COI)...

Identification of Implementing Secondary Education Affirmation Program (ADEM) in Education Board Region at East Java Province

Ni'matuzahroh, Nandy Agustin Syakarofath
The program is a policy affirmation designed by government through special educational institutions and specialized services (PK-LK) under the auspices of Kemendikbud (Ministry of education and culture) to equitable access in education for middle-down citizens across the country. In order to evaluate...

The Effect of Attachment with Parent on the Emotion Perception of 8-10 Year Old Children

Siti Suminarti Fasikhah
School-age children usually do activities with peers, teachers, or school officials, they learn to communicate, and understand each other, but sometimes also argue and interfere with social adjustments. This shows that children need ways to learn to understand events, which will help children deal with...

Exploring the Islamic Culture in English for Islamic Studies (EIS) Classroom

Naf’an Tarihoran, Rahimah
The aim of this study is to explore the Islamic culture in English for Islamic Studies (EIS) classroom. In the course of EIS, the priority should not only be given to increase international understanding by enabling the students to speak another language but also understanding the cultural values. The...

The Resilience of Former Drug Users (A Case Study on Former Cannabis Users)

Nixie Devina Rahmadiani, Firdaus Yuni Hartatik
Drug abuse is one of the most threatening issues of human life today as a result of lifestyle changes that make individuals susceptible to psychological problems. Resilience is necessary in order to prevent individuals from using drugs and relapse. The purpose of this study was to find out how is the...

The Happiness Level of Students from Borneo

Nisa Kurniati, Fitri Atikasari
The purpose of this study was to examine the happiness level of students from Borneo who actively involved in the regional organization in Malang. This study applied a quantitative descriptive design using a survey approach. The subjects involved in this study were 30 students aged between 17-22 years...

If you can survive, then you will stay: Resilience and Turnover Intention on Employees

Fathul Hidayah, Fuad Ardiansyah
This research aimed to understand the effect of resilience on turnover intention on employees. There were 78 respondents in this study, consisting of 44 men and 34 women who were actively working in an institution, civil servant, education, and entrepreneurs with an age range of 23 to 53 years old. Random...

Happiness among Single Women and Married Women Intermediate Adults

Bilqis Nudhar Nabilah
This research was conducted to find out happiness in single women and women who have been married in middle adulthood. The subjects of this study were 40 women with adult and middle aged, between 22 to 40 years. The measurement instrument used in this study is the happiness scale. The research method...

Does Self-Compassion affect the Stress on Married Women Workers ?

Roselina Dwi Hormansyah, Nurul Hidayah
One's response to stress is certainly different. Everyone has preparation in facing reality so that they can receive the preparation and create a sense of self-compassion. This study aims to determine the effect of self-compassion on stress. The subjects in this study were 60 married women workers. The...

The Students’ Hedonism Lifestyle

Sulastika Ertina, Adam Setiawan Ibrahim
Hedonism behavior among students profoundly captured an attention in which the lifestyle of hedonism and the tendency of the emergence of a person's behavior by passing social interaction between someone and someone else, in order to obtain happiness and freedom to achieve the enjoyment of life (According...

The Effect of Neuroticism on Psychological Distress in Medical Students

Yulia Purnamasari, Dini Cahyani
Psychological distress is a stress which gives a negative impact on mental and physical health. It also caused anxiety, worries, depression and psychiatric disorder. Psychological distress has several causal, such as individual behaviour, there are several behavioural traits such as neuroticism. Individual...

The Optimism Observed by Workers of Javanese and Non-Javanese Cultural Background

Fuad Ardiansyah, Fathul Hidayah
Optimism becomes a resource in the workplace that is impact on increasing worker productivity but also must be seen from the geographical location in the cultural background case of the workers. The purpose of this study was to see the differences in the optimistic attitudes from the Javanese and non-Javanese...

The Effects of Family Functions on Anxiety of SBMPTN Participants

Nurul Hidayah, Roselina Dwi Hormansyah
SBMPTN is a selection of new student admissions at State Universities in Indonesia through written tests or a combination of written test results and skills tests. SBMPTN is an arena that causes anxiety for many participants. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of family function on...

Phenomenology Research of Self-Concept on Married UMM Students: Studies on Students that are Attending Classes and are Married

Inastasya, Inastasya, Ulya Rahmatullatifa Umami
Education is still considered as an important thing in society. Beside the increasing interest to of takeing higher level education, the phenomenon of getting married at a young age while taking attending college also arise. The purpose of this study was to find out the self-concept of married student...

Altruism of Free Road Crossing Services “Supeltas”

Septia Purwandani, Windy Rainata
Human is a social creature who should help each other. But it cannot be denied that humans also have a tendency to be individualist. The society's indifference(public indefference usually resulting to negative effects. These phenomena are still much going on in Indonesia. As the phenomenon at the crossroads...

The Effect of Resilience on Preceived Stress Moderated by Extraversion Personality in Adolescent who Live in Orphanages

Defi Astriani, Pertiwi Nurani, Latipun
Adolescents who live in orphanages become more easily depressed and experience a variety of psychological problems. Perceived stress is defined as the extent to which a person perceives that is experiencing stress which is characterized by the presence of unpredictable feelings or emotions, unable to...

The Relationship between Autonomy and Life Satisfaction of Migrant Students

Putri Adriyati, Nuligar Hatiningsih
Migrant students are required to be autonomy and have the ability to adjust to their new environment, so that with the high level of autonomy that students have they are expected to feel the high life satisfaction. This research aimed to examine the relationship between autonomy and life satisfaction...

The Difference of Student Engagement between Javanese and Non-Javanese Students who are Studying in Malang

Sri Ayu Ramadhani, Luluk Wulandari
Student engagement is characterized by the success or failure of students in learning. Student behavior in learning activities also shows student engagement on campus. Student engagement aspects consist of three dimensions namely behavioral engagement, emotional engagement, and cognitive engagement....

Attachment Mother and Child Through Play

Partini, Adinda Ratna Dwi Septianingrum, Elisa Nur Yasintha
Attachment,interaction,mother and child,social emonitional development

Parent’s Expectation and Academic Procrastination of College Student

Zainul Anwar, Fairuz Ifah Qonita
Academic procrastination is a general phenomenon which occurs among college students. Parents’ hope becomes one of predictor of the academic procrastination phenomenon. The aim of this research was to find out the relation between parents;’ hope and academic procrastination of college student. The research...

Mother Support in Cognitive Development for Pre-School Children: A Phenomenology Study

Wiwien Dinar Pratisti, Muhammad Jundi Al Faqih, Desy Purnama Sari
Mother is the main pillar in supporting cognitive development particularly in pre-school children. There are many activities that can be held to stimulate cognitive development, one of which is play activity. The aim of this research is to reveal, understand and describe mother role for cognitive development...

Aggressiveness among Sasak Tribe Adolescent and Java Tribe Adolescent

Yuyus Aditya Pratama, Sulastika Ertina
This research uses quantitative method. This study aims to determine the differences of aggressiveness between teenagers of Lombok Island (Sasak) tribe and Javanese teenagers. Students who come from Lombok Island (Sasak) tribe are more aggressive than Javanese teenagers. The researchers employed scale...

Understanding Pro-Social Behavior: The Impact of Empathy on Adolescents in Rural and Urban Areas

Siti Naharotun Nikmah
Pro-social behavior is a form of someone's action that aims to help others. One of the factor that supports pro-social behavior is empathy. Empathy can be interpreted as a person's ability to understand the feelings and circumstances of others. The purpose of this study is to see the effect of empathy...

The Effects of Work-Life Balance towards Employee Engagement in Millennial Generation

Dwi Putri Larasati, Nida Hasanati, Istiqomah
Company needs to maintain and to give consideration to their employees as they want the company productivity to gain profits. The majority employees in the company are from millennial generation. Millennial generation without a doubt leaves their company when they have not felt yet attached to the company....

Validation of Dark Triad Personality Scale

Nida Hasanati, Istiqomah
The Dark Triad Personality scale consists of three measured dimensions; Machiavellianism, Narcissism and Psychopathy. This research was done by doing test adaptation. The reason is for the scarcity of measuring instruments about personality, many measuring instruments about personality but which reveal...

The Need Analysis of Islamic Counseling Approach in Solving Students’ Problem

Nik Rosila Nik Yaacob, Nor Shafrin Ahmad, Rashidah Md Hasan
The purpose of this article is to report on the need analysis study on the way to solve students’ problems in school from teachers’ and students’ perspective. The finding is important for researcher in order to develop an Islamic counseling module as an alternative approach in counseling practice. Data...

Attitude Toward Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) as Sangkal Putung Patient Satisfaction

Lusy Asa Akhrani, Yeni Ardyaningrum
This research aims to determine the attitude on Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) as sangkal putung patient satisfaction. Attitude is defined as psychological construct that can be realized through beliefs, feelings, and relevant behavioral components that can predict patient’s satisfaction...

The Influence of Organization Commitment towards Turnover Intention: A Literature Review

Ismya Humayra, Juandra Prisma Mahendra
This literature review aims to review researches on the influence of organizational commitment towards turnover intention. The review was conducted on 12 national and international research journals from 1974-2017. In this review, the subjects involved consist of various elements of employees, both company...

Pali Ritual as a Portrait of Dayaknese Local Wisdom at Borneo Island in Treatment of Nature

Misrita Misrita, Evi Feronika Elbaar, Misrita
One of traditional attitude of Dayaknese heritage is how people treat the forest. Dayaknese put a tree or forest as a subject which stands in a linear fashion with a man. Hence, trees do not become objects of exploitation but the tree will be able to place itself as a determinant of which also affects...