Proceedings of the International Conference of Health Development. Covid-19 and the Role of Healthcare Workers in the Industrial Era (ICHD 2020)

The Effectiveness of Modified Self-Hypnosis on Anxiety Students Facing the Final Task and Case Studies

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Angga Saeful Rahmat
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Angga Saeful Rahmat
Available Online 25 November 2020.
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anxiety self-hypnosis, the task, case study
Abstract
The last semester students are facing the final task and case studies, this situation can be scary for students and unpleasant due to the process of the identified problem and get it done through a discussion scientific plus doing case study running simultaneously. A student can be anxious, there are 32 students identified had anxiety based on the Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale test. This study aims to measure the effectiveness of modified self-hypnosis in anxiety students facing the Final task and case study. Research methodology this quasi-experiment, with the design the research uses a non-equivalent control group design. The research sample areas are 32 students by the distribution of 16 students as group experimentation and 16 students as group control. Collection data technique in this study took by measurement anxiety on subject use the Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale as many as 2-time measurement. The first measuring before the subject was treated (pre-test), and the second (Post-test) measurement only to subject do 4 days of consecutive treatments. The average gain score and control group experiment shows the difference is as large as -8,1875. Wilcoxon signed-rank test statistic shows the significance obtained is z -3,388 count and asymp sig (2- tailed) 0,000. Because significance asymp sig (2-tailed) smaller than 0,05 (0,000 < 0,05). It means that Modified self-hypnosis effective to reduce anxiety students facing the Final task and case studies significantly. The implications for the world of education needs to give training Modified self-hypnosis to the student who was facing the Final task and case studies as the way of coping individual to reduce anxiety
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