Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Intervention and Applied Psychology (ICIAP 2018)

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Changing Hitting Chest to be Stroking Chest with Shaping and Differential Reinforcement of Alternative Behavior Method for a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder with Intellectual Impairment

Aryani Rahmah Utami, Rini Hildayani
Self-injury behavior is a behavior that can cause or potentially cause redness, bruising, or injuries to body parts. Some of the children who perform such behavior are children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Children with ASD perform self-injury to seek attention, avoid things they dislike, to...
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The Effectiveness of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy to Decrease Aggressive Behavior in a Child with Alopecia

Aryani Rahmah Utami, Sri Redatin Retno Pudjiati
Anger often serves as a defense mechanism when handling conflict. It can also occur as part of the pathology of physical illness, and someone who has not been able to accept disfiguring symptoms such as alopecia may exhibit aggressive behavior. For the current research subject, alopecia led to bullying...
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Yuk Makan! Program as an Application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Principle to Overcome Selective Eating Problem in a 7-Year-Old Child

Ayunda Shabriani Tyara, Sri Redatin Retno Pudjiati
This study aims to observe the effectiveness of the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) principle to overcome a selective eating problem in a 7-year-old girl. Using a quasiexperimental design with single case subject (n = 1), the intervention for the one participant was the Yuk Makan! intervention program,...
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The Effectiveness of Antecedents Control and Differential Reinforcement of Alternative Behaviors in Reducing Screen Time on an Adolescent with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Single-case Design

Elisabeth Santoso, Mayke Sugianto Tedjasaputra
Studies on normal children’s and adolescents’ use of intervention techniques to reduce screen media usage have recently gained much attention. However, studies on screen time reduction intervention in children with developmental disorders, including autism spectrum disorder (ASD), have been scarce. Compared...
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The Effectiveness of Behavior Modification Using the Fading Technique to Improve the Vocabulary of Deaf Students in SLB-C Negeri Pembina Banjarbaru

Gusti Medinda Ridha Putri, Rudi Rusli, Jehan Safitri
Various problems can arise when individuals interact with individuals with disabilities, especially when one of them is deaf. Being deaf and having hearing loss are conditions in which the individual loses hearing function completely or partially. Generally, the problem faced by an individual when interacting...
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Using a Cognitive–Behavioral Approach to Reduce Aggressive Responses in an Adolescent with Borderline Intelligence

Harum Saraswati, Rini Hildayani
This research investigated the reduction of aggressive responses in an adolescent with borderline intelligence through the implementation of anger management intervention using a cognitive behavioral approach. The participant in this research was a thirteen-year-old girl who has difficulty in managing...
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The Effect of Perceived Maternal Acceptance-Rejection on Mental Illness among Orphaned Adolescents in Indonesia

Linda Mutiara Larassati Reksodiputro, Lia Mawarsari Boediman
Past research has shown that orphaned adolescents who live in Indonesian orphanages are at a higher risk of experiencing various psychological disorders. In fact, parents (especially single mothers) leave their children in the orphanages because they are not able to provide adequate food, shelter, and...
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Psychosocial Determinants of Antisocial Behavior among Young Adults in Kuala Lumpur

Mimi Fitriana, Nur Hamizah Hj. Ramli
The current research focuses on the antisocial behaviors which lead to juvenile delinquency. The current study looks at young adults in Kuala Lumpur and their perceptions of the typical characteristics of conduct disorders, substance abuse, and thought and attention problems commonly found among juvenile...
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Parental Beliefs and Children’s Metacognitive Awareness

Nina Marliyani, Sri Hartati R. Suradijono
Metacognition is the knowledge a person has of his or her thinking and of things related to that thinking process (Flavell, 1979). Children with metacognitive awareness have better self-management and time and activity management (Brown & Smiley, 1978; Schraw & Dennison, 1994). Parents’ beliefs and behavior...
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Effectiveness of Positive Reinforcement to Improve Discipline through Caregiver

Salsabila Mayang Sari, Wahyu Indianti
The aims of this research are to investigate the effectiveness of positive reinforcement to improve discipline behavior in a kindergarten student. The discipline behavior is important as a key success of school readiness and future academic success. Children will not be able to adapt to academic tasks...
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The Effectiveness of Backward Chaining in Improving Buttoning Skills in a Child with Moderate Intellectual Disability and Poor Vision: Single-Case Design

Sarah Halimah Wibowo, Mayke Sugianto Tedjasaputra
Children with intellectual disability (ID) and poor vision show limitations in adaptive functioning. This is influenced by their intellectual impairment and poor eye function. They need support to carry out everyday activities. Therefore, mastery of self-help skills is very important for their independence....
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Filial Piety and Life Satisfaction Among Malaysian Adolescents in a Multi-Ethnic, Collectivist Society

Soon Aun Tan, Sarvarubini Nainee, Chee Seng Tan
Past studies have generated assorted results about the link between filial piety and psychological outcomes among adolescents in Asia. Reciprocal filial piety was associated with positive psychological adjustment while authoritarian filial piety was allied to negative developmental outcomes. Differences...
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Tolerance and Attitudes toward Diversity in Concrete Operational Stage Children

Wahyu Nurramadan Widayanto, Satria Akmal Akhmad, Femita Adelina, Puji Rahayu
Data from the Social Progress Imperative 2017 Summit show that Indonesia was ranked 117 out of 128 countries in the category of intolerance. The data show that Indonesia has a poor attitude toward diversity and implicitly shows that the younger generation must face the challenge of intolerance. To teach...
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Attachment to Significant Figures, Resilience, and Delinquency Among Adolescents in Orphanages in Jakarta

Winarini W. Mansoer, Raissa Dwifandra Putri, Nessi Sulaiman
Previous studies have found that delinquency is related to attachment to parents and peers as well as to resilience. Adolescents in orphanages were vulnerable to involvement in delinquency but they could be also more resilient. This study examined the relation between attachment to significant figures...
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A Qualitative Study of Marital Satisfaction and the Newlyweds of Depok

Aditya Benyamin, Alvin Theodorus Larosa, Syifa Amania Afra, Eko Handayani
Divorce is a serious problem in Depok city. This might be due to low marital satisfaction since people with lower marital satisfaction have a higher risk of divorce. Using a qualitative approach, this paper explores which dimensions of marital satisfaction contribute the most to challenges faced by newlyweds...
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Volunteering Motivation in Emerging Adults and Generalized Self-Efficacy

Adrianisa Kamila Shabrina, Sugiarti Musabiq
According to the results of a survey conducted by, there are many emerging adults (18–29 years old) living in Indonesia. Engaging in volunteerism as an emerging adult requires overcoming many challenges, as the emerging adult phase entails many developmental tasks. If an emerging adult...
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Can emotion acceptance-based interventions alleviate depression symptoms and alcohol consumption?

Alfath Hanifah Megawati, Bona Sardo Hasoloan Hutahean
Depression and alcohol abuse are interrelated disorders. Many people use alcohol to suppress their negative emotions and feel better in stressful situation. However, alcohol abuse has negative impacts that can lead to alcohol dependence and health problems. The current study was a single-case study with...
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The Impact of Negative Symptoms and Self-Criticism on the Urge to Self-Injure

Alfath Hanifah Megawati, Cantyo Attindriyo Dannisworo, Lathifah Hanum
Stressful life events brought on by the demands of academic and social life are possibly a factor engendering various negative emotional symptoms, such as depression, anxiety, and stress, in college students. Furthermore, failure to obtain positive feedback may possibly provoke self-criticism in them....
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Support Group Intervention Reduces Social Alienation and Loneliness among College Students with Victimization Experience

Cut Maghfirah Faisal, Sherly Saragih Turnip
Victimization can have long-term effects, including bringing about a state of social alienation or loneliness. People with social alienation or loneliness may have difficulty initiating and maintaining social relationships, which then exacerbates the alienation and loneliness. If it is left untreated,...
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Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to Reduce Caregiver Strain in Mothers of Autistic Children

Dewinta Larasati P., Sali Rahadi Asih, Ina Saraswati
This research aims to reduce caregiver strain in mothers who care for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This study was conducted based on the high caregiver strain experienced by mothers in the caregiving process. Such strain affects not only the mother’s psychological well-being but also...
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The Effectiveness of Antecedents, Control, and Differential Reinforcement of Incompatible Behavior in Treating a Childhood Eating Disorder

Dhisty Azlia Firnady, Lia Mawarsari Boediman
Many studies have indicated that behavior modification is effective in treating eating problems in children. However, only a few of these studies have focused on the implementation of a behavior modification approach in treating selective eating and food neophobia disorder in toddlers. The purpose of...
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My Heart, My Mind, My Life: A Study on the Relation between Spiritual Well-being and Quality of Life in Heart Disease Patients

Diah Nurayu Kusumawardani, Sali Rahadi Asih
Studies have shown that heart disease affects an individual’s health-related quality of life (HRQoL). Two factors have been found to influence HRQoL: spiritual well-being and illness perception. Based on the literature review, spiritual well-being affects how patients evaluate their illness, which then...
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Brief Positive Psychotherapy: Implication of Reducing Negative Thoughts in College Student’s Interpersonal Relationships

Didon Permadi, Lifina Dewi Pohan
Academic performance is often considered as a benchmark of student success in adjusting to college life. Nevertheless, students also face various problems in their life that will indirectly affect their academic performance. One of the problems that could be an obstacle to achieving optimum academic...
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Pain Management, Coping with Stress, and Quality of Life for Women with Fibromyalgia: A Qualitative Case Study

Euis Desy Mayangsari, Elizabeth Kristi Poerwandari, Mellia Christia
Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic illness characterized by pain that spreads throughout the body, accompanied by other symptoms. In general, fibromyalgia sufferers experience fatigue, mood disorders, dizziness, sleep disturbances, and difficulty in concentrating. Other symptoms are also often found in people...
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Multiple strategies for relaxation techniques to manage attrition or dropout in reducing Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) symptoms: A case study of Indonesian Homemaker

Faiz Agung Baskoro, Lathifah Hanum
Similar to other anxiety disorders, reducing the intensity and the emersion of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) symptoms of the client is somewhat necessary before managing the primary resource of the disorder. However, an undeniable circumstance is that the client experienced a stuck point where they...
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Counseling as Treatment for Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) in a Woman Participating Radical Organization: A Case Study

Hasna Nadira, Indira Primasari
Depression is one of the most common mental disorders worldwide. Despite the bulk of literature on effective treatments for Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) that has been published, the discussion regarding treatment for depression related to involvement in radical organizations has remained sparse in...
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Schizophrenia Behind the Great Jazz

Hersa Aranti, Elizabeth Kristi Poerwandari, Agustin Sukarlan Basri
Charles “Buddy” Bolden's schizophrenia forced him to play his cornet through improvisation. From that, a new genre of music was born in 1917, known today as jazz. Tom Harrell, a well-known and award-winning jazz musician in the 1970s, also had schizophrenia. Speculations arose about how schizophrenia...
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Religious and Spiritual Struggle among Indonesian Students: Who Struggle More, Males or Females?

Ihan Martoyo, Yonathan Aditya, Riryn Sani, Rudi Pramono
Previous studies in the West have found that gender impacts upon religiousness. However, religiousness is also affected by culture, and several studies in Indonesia found no gender effect. This study investigates whether there is a gender effect on another aspect of religion, called religious and spiritual...
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Students’ Metacognition and Personal Epistemology: View on Family

Judy S. Tanael, Maria Asuncion L. Magsino
Personal epistemology refers to personal theories of knowledge and how knowledge is justified. The trajectory of intellectual and moral development proceeds in three major stages. Firstly, simplistic or black and white thinking; secondly, relativistic thinking which considers different perspectives as...
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The Effectiveness of Psychoeducation in Managing Caregiver Burden in Schizophrenia Caregivers

Laurentius Sandi Witarso, Sali Rahadi Asih, Dharmayati Utoyo Lubis
People suffering from schizophrenia are limited in daily function and working ability, thus making them unproductive and requiring assistance to meet their daily needs. The assistance is usually provided by an informal caregiver. Living with a person with schizophrenia is very stressful and can lead...
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Parents’ Marital Status and Psychological Distress among College Students

Lavenda Geshica, Sugiarti Musabiq
The main objective of the recent study was to explore the association between parents’ marital status and psychological distress in college student. The sample consisted of 1024 students from various colleges in Indonesia (297 men and 727 women). Psychological distress was measured by the Bahasa Indonesia...
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“As if There is a Stranger in my House Now:” Psychological Ambiguous Loss Experienced by Spousal Caregivers of Patients of Anxiety Disorders

Liebe M. E. P. P. Poli, Sri Redatin Retno Pudjiati, Efriyani Djuwita
Psychological ambiguous loss (PAL) affects varied populations including the spousal caregivers of people who suffer from chronic mental disorders. Anxiety disorders (AD) represent a common and chronic mental disorder that exerts significant impact on patients as well as their spousal caregivers. To date,...
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Correlation Between Family Functioning and Caregiver Burden among Family Caregivers of Patients with Breast Cancer

Marisya Putri Andina, Lifina Dewi Pohan
Breast cancer is the most common chronic disease among Indonesian women. During treatment, patients require assistance with carrying out daily activities. Family members, as the basic unit, usually become caregivers for patients with breast cancer. As a caregiver, a family member must sometimes manage...
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The Correlation between Family Functioning and Quality of Life among Family Caregiver of Cervical Cancer Patients

Rinella Febry Autrilia, Lifina Dewi Pohan
The manner in which a family functions in its daily activities becomes vital when family units are required to handle certain serious situations such as a member being diagnosed and treated for cervical cancer. Both patients and the family members who provide care for them can experience stress in such...
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The Relationship between Boredom Proneness and Sensation Seeking among Adolescent and Adult Former Drug Users

Safira Putri Nabilla, Mellia Christia, Cantyo Attindriyo Dannisworo
Boredom has been shown to be associated with a variety of untoward individual subjective feelings including worthlessness, having nothing to do, feeling that time is going slowly, dissatisfaction, hopelessness, fretfulness, stress and feeling trapped. These feelings can be caused by situations outside...
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The Journey of Finding Meaning in Life: Posttraumatic Growth Experience in Notable Holocaust Survivors

Sri Wulandari, Elizabeth Kristi Poerwandari, Augustine A. Basri
Posttraumatic growth (PTG) refers to the occurrence of positive psychological changes following a traumatic event. The Holocaust was one of the most traumatic events in modern civilization, yet many Holocaust survivors have found meaning even in this painful experience, and their search for and discovery...
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Seeking the Mediating Effect of Optimism toward Hardiness and Health-Promoting Behavior among East Jakarta’s Low-Income Community

Sugiarti Musabiq, Dito Ario Wibowo, Dini Hanifa
East Jakarta, as an administrative city within Jakarta, suffers from increasing number of low-income communities along with unhealthy characteristics that may lead to future problems for residents, such as poor sanitation, lack of education, and low awareness of health and hygiene. East Jakarta is the...
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Combining Methods of CBT and Progressive Relaxation for Treating Primary Insomnia: A Case Study

Syazka Kirani Narindra, Sugiarti Musabiq
Primary insomnia is a mental health problem that is often reported due to the combination of either difficulty in falling asleep or maintaining sleep. It is known that people with primary insomnia experience an increased arousal of physiological, cognitive or emotional process, combined with negative...
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The Impact of Illness Perception on Adherence in Coronary Heart Patient: The Mediating Role of Heart-Focused Anxiety and Depression

Talitha Sya'banah Fajrin Sudana, Sali Rahadi Asih
In Indonesia, following stroke, coronary heart disease is the highest cause of mortality at all ages, approximately 12.9%. Treatment recommendations for cardiac disease include medication and lifestyle changes that need close patient adherence. Non-adherence is likely to worsen patient conditions, yet...
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Brief-Acceptance and Commitment Therapy in a Group of Young Adult Women with Emotional Eating

Talitha Sya'banah Fajrin Sudana, Dini Rahma Bintari
A dietary habit online survey in July 2017 revealed that more than half the participants ate when they experienced negative emotions. Emotional eating is overeating or binge eating in response to a negative mood, in particular, anger, sadness, and anxiety. Individuals with this condition eat to alleviate...
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The Implementation of Brief-ACT in a Group Setting to Reduce Body Dissatisfaction among Young Adult Women

Vitriyanti Sukarno Karyo, Dini Rahma Bintari
Body dissatisfaction is a problem that disrupts various areas of an individual's life and causes psychological effects that may lead to malfunction in some areas of life. Body dissatisfaction itself is a trajectory that begins in adolescence and peaks in early adulthood. Emerging adulthood is typically...
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Perceived Social Support and Romantic Relationship Quality: Better Wingman, Parent or Friend?

Walton Wider, Goh Pheng Yuen, Yap Lik Ken, How Wei Kuen
Perceived Social Support and Romantic Relationship Quality: Better Wingman, Parent or Friend?
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Self-Efficacy as the Mediator of the Relationship between Paternal Approval and Suicidal Ideation among Malaysian Adolescents

Shin Ling Wu, Siti Nor Yaacob
Suicide phenomenon among young generation has become a leading cause of death especially among adolescents. In Asian countries, suicidal rate is at an alarming state in which it has contributed around 60% of the world suicide cases. In order to prevent suicidal behavior, suicidal ideation need to be...
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Problem-Based Learning in Programming Lesson

Achmad Aliyil Khakim
Problem-based learning (PBL) is an important practice that provides suitable learning environments for learners through which they acquire complex problem-solving skills (PSS) by working with real-life problem situations (Efendioglu, 2015). Problems push people to think creatively, efficiently, and effectively....
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Does the Availability of Information Matter for Parents’ Attitude Towards Children with Special Needs?

Andi Nur Zamzam Arman, Farida Kurniawati
This research assesses parents’ attitude towards children with special needs based on the availability of information regarding inclusive preschool education programs. The research was conducted with 268 parents of pre-kindergarten children from inclusive preschools in Jakarta and Depok. Of these, 118...
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Relationship between intellectual intelligence, Figural Creativity, and Innovation

Billy Hendrik, Nazlena Mohamad Ali, Riza Sulaiman, Mardhiah Masril, Harry Theozard Fikri
To compete in the industrial revolution 4.0 era, a country must have qualified human resources. While the intelligence quotient (IQ) has been commonly used as a benchmark for the quality of human resources, according to Peter Drucker (2005), the quality of human resources in a country cannot only be...
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Teacher Characteristics and Gifted Student Engagement as Influencing Factors on Academic Performance in Junior High School

Carissa Dwilani Susantya, Lydia Freyani Hawadi
Gifted students have enormous potential that needs to be nurtured. Additionally, gifted students also have special needs in the academic field that must be met to optimally develop their potential. The teacher holds the most important role in developing this potential. Academic performance is strongly...
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Relationship Between Personality Traits and Attitude Toward Inclusive Education in Indonesian Preschool Teachers

Chairunnisa Rizkiah, Farida Kurniawati
This study investigated the relationship between the preschool teacher personality traits determined using Costa-McCrae’s Five Factor Model of Personality and the individual attitude toward inclusive education, and also examined whether this attitude was affected by teaching experience and professional...
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The Effectiveness of the SERASI Intervention Program in Improving Parents’ Positive Attitudes towards Students with Disabilities

Farida Aini, Farida Kurniawati
Improving parents’ positive attitudes towards students with disabilities is the first step in increasing their role in inclusive education. The SERASI (Sekolah Ramah Inklusi) intervention program was designed to improve the attitudes of parents of general education students towards students with disabilities...
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Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitudes Toward Inclusive Education

Fika Fatia Qandhi, Farida Kurniawati
Implementing inclusive education requires not only facilities and physical support but also human resources, in this case pre-service teachers. Pre-service teachers, who come from different educational backgrounds, are one of the most important components in implementing inclusive education due to their...
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Parental Attitudes of Preschool Children toward Students with Special Needs in Inclusive and Non-Inclusive Kindergartens: A Comparative Study

Hanifah Sabila, Farida Kurniawati
This study investigated the differences between the parental attitudes of regular students toward students with special needs in inclusive and non-inclusive kindergartens. The researchers explored whether variable demographic characteristics such as gender, level of education, and experiences of interacting...
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Acceptance of Children with Special Needs in Early Childhood Inclusive Education Programs

Lathiffida Noor Jaswandi, Farida Kurniawati
Across Indonesia, in recent times, many early childhood education institutions have embraced inclusive policies in education. Inclusive education systems encourage the acceptance of children with special needs. The sense of being accepted enables children with special needs to feel like they are not...
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The Attitudes of In-Service and Pre-Service Teachers Toward Inclusive Education

Nur Aisyah Rumalutur, Farida Kurniawati
Attitude is a disposition to respond favorably or unfavorably to an object, person, institution, or event. Someone’s attitude could be inferred from her or his knowledge, affect, or conation toward objects, persons, institutions, or events. The aim of this study is to examine pre-service and in-service...
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Treatment for Reducing Stress: A Case Study of Self-Acceptance in an Early Adult College Student

Patricia Evelyn Pasaribu, Miranda D. Zarfiel
Psychological stress is a state where a person’s circumstances are seemingly beyond the person’s ability to handle and threatens the well-being of self or others. The current research focuses on student stress. The participant reported stress symptoms which were affecting her ability to maintain focus...
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The Effectiveness of the SERASI Intervention Program to Promote Students’ Positive Attitude toward Students with Special Educational Needs

Rachel Ullynaria Doreen, Farida Kurniawati
This research aims at investigating the effectiveness of the Sekolah Ramah Inklusi (SERASI) intervention program to promote regular students’ positive attitude toward students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in primary inclusive school. SERASI is based on the Triandis model of attitudes, which includes...
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The Sekolah Ramah Inklusi (SERASI) Training Program’s Effectiveness in Improving the Attitude of Primary Teachers to Inclusive Education

Rafidah Riahta, Farida Kurniawati
This quasi-experimental study aimed to examine the efficacy of the Sekolah Ramah Inklusi (SERASI) training program in improving the attitudes of teachers towards to inclusive education. The SERASI training program was developed for primary teachers in inclusive schools (n=19). This intervention comprised...
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Parenting Styles and Gender Practices of Teachers and How These Effect the Way Gifted Girls Face Adversities

Sandra M. W. Siregar, Lydia Freyani Hawadi
The present study aims to determine the influence of the gender practices and parenting styles of teachers on the manner in which gifted girls face adversity. Gifted girls (n=64) in grades 7 and 8 formed the participants for this investigation. The adversity questionnaire, the gender practice questionnaire,...
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The Effects of Parental and Peer Attachment on University Adjustment among First-Year Undergraduate Students

Su-wan Gan, Min-Shern Cheah, Keng-Leong Chen, Li-Xin Wong
Entering university is a life transition for young adults who have to relocate away from their homes as well as deal with a wide range of problems and challenges in their new environment. This is especially the case for first-year undergraduate students. Past studies have found that perceived attachment...
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School Climate : A Quantitative Study of Middle School Students in Vietnam

Thu Huong Tran, Thanh Hue Ngo, Hanh Lien Nguyen
This study aimed to understand the general perception of the term ‘school climate’ as well as its specific dimesions using Randolph, Kangas & Ruokamo’s (2009) model as its theoretical basis. The NJSCS-MSHS scale (New Jersey School Climate Survey Middle - High School Students in 2014) was employed by...
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Exploring Teachers’ Understanding of Psychological Violence in Responding to Indonesia’s Violence-free School Climate Policy

Uswatun Qoyyimah, Maisarah, Yosi Agustiawan, Achmad Fanani, Aizun Najih
In 2015, the violence-free school climate policy of Permedikbud RI No. 82/2015 was issued by the Indonesian Ministry of Education and Culture. This policy requires schools to provide a violence-free school climate so that school is an ideal place for nurturing peace and social harmony and a safe place...
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Improving Reading Comprehension using Summarization Techniques for Students with Borderline Intellectual Functions

Wulansari Ardininingsih, Rose Mini Adi Prianto
Students with borderline intellectual functioning (BIF) have below average cognitive abilities but are above the classification for intellectual disability. Generally, these students have low academic skills such as difficulties in comprehending reading material. Using a single-case study design, this...
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Collective Efficacy as a Factor in Group Empowerment among People with Disabilities: A Case Study of Wheelchair Tennis Players of Bogor District’s National Paralympic Committee of Indonesia

Dita Esa Putri Damanik, Sari Viciawati Machdum
Persons with disabilities are frequently underestimated because of their impairments. However, they have the same potential abilities as non-disabled people. One such potential is participating in physical activities, such as sports. Sport is not only a leisure activity for people with disabilities;...
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I CARE Training to Increase the Self-Efficacy and Prosocial Behavior of Students Observers of Bullying

Navia Fathona Handayani, Lisnawati
Bullying is a problem that often occurs in school communities. One factor that contributes to the continuance of bullying is the number of passive witnesses to the bullying who stand by and do nothing to prevent it or to help the victim. Decreased pro-social behavior in bystanders has been correlated...
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Counterproductive Work Behavior Among Government Employees: The Role of Basic Psychological Needs, Compensation, and Organizational Justice

Ahimsyah Wahyu Pratama, Endang Parahyanti
This study examined the mediating role of perceived organizational justice (procedural, interpersonal, and distributive justice) dimensions in explaining the association between basic psychological needs (need for autonomy, competence, and relatedness), compensation, and counterproductive work behavior...
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The Mediating Role of Affective Commitment in Perceived Organizational Support and Readiness for Change

Artisita Rochmi, Arum Etikariena Hidayat
The study aimed to explore the relationship between perceived organizational support and readiness for change mediated by affective commitment. The empirical data was collected from 144 non-probability convenient samples of the government employees from various levels and positions. Readiness for change...
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Is the Relationship of Proactive Personalities to Creativity Mediated by Voice Behavior in Indonesian Marketing Employees?

Ayudia Popy Sesilia, Debora Eflina Purba
Previous studies have found little indication of what moderates the magnitude of the relationship between proactive personality and employee creativity. This study investigates the mediating role of voice behavior in the relationship between proactive personality and employee creativity, using a theoretical...
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Organizational Predictors of Employees’ Burnout and Engagement Experiences

Bunga Indira Artha, Arum Etikariena Hidayat
This paper presents a model on how the degree of fit between a person and a work environment within the six areas of work life—including workload, control, reward, community, fairness, and values—determines the extent to which the employee experiences what is described as engagement and burnout. A sample...
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Why are Your Employees Leaving? The Effect of Organizational Mobility Preferences on Turnover Intentions and Affective Commitment

Callista Hapsari Almira Inez Arsya, Eka Gatari
It is crucial to study the factors affecting employee’s turnover intentions to lessen the turnover rate that affects companies, groups, and individuals. Although organizational mobility preferences could explain employee’s turnover intentions in an organization, a limited number of studies that can explain...
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Proactivity and Employee Creativity: Mediator Roles of Feedback-Seeking Behavior and Moderating Effect of Task Feedback

Fajrin Putra Utama, Debora Eflina Purba
Employee creativity is needed in this ever-changing environment, especially in profit-making companies. To stand out among competitors, proactivity and creativity are essential for marketing employees to attain top performance. The literature has found inconsistent results regarding the relationship...
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Organizational Embeddedness Dimensions’ Roles in Perceived Career Opportunities: Turnover Intention of Indonesian Millennials

Haiti Maria Esterlita, Debora Eflina Purba
This study investigated mediating effects of organizational embeddedness’s dimensions (fit, links, and sacrifice) in the relation between perceived career opportunity (PCO) and turnover intention. Using resource theory, the study argues that individuals with high PCO would feel they fit into an organization...
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Increasing the Engagement of Millennials: Finding Autonomy and Salience in High Workload

Ida Ayu Karina Adityanti Manuaba, Arum Etikariena Hidayat
This study developed an application for the job-demands-resources (JD-R) model of work engagement to test the moderating effects of quantitative workload on the relationship between job autonomy and work engagement in millennials. A cross-sectional study design was employed on 145 millennial employees...
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A Virtuous Company Makes Me Engage! The Mediation Role of Organizational Identification in the Workplace

Inggil Sholata Sya, Arum Etikariena Hidayat
This study shows the effect of perceived organizational virtuousness on work engagement. Based on social identity theory, the researchers hypothesize that organizational identification mediates the relationship between perceived organizational virtuousness and work engagement. This study analyzes data...
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Changes in Affective Experiences in Convergent and Divergent Creative Group Works

Khuria Amila, Hiroyuki Umemuro
Background. Divergent and convergent creative tasks have reciprocal relationships with the affective experience of the individuals participating in the tasks. Previous studies have affirmed that divergent thinking tends to increase positive affect and convergent thinking tends to increase negative affect....
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The Impact of Affect and Leadership on Group Creative Design Thinking

Khuria Amila, Hiroyuki Umemuro
The relationship between affect and creative performance in a practical group project environment is poorly understood. The role of leadership in creativity is also often neglected. The present study examines how the affective aspects of group members and emergent leadership influence the creative group...
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Trust Me in Team Work! Study of The Influence of Knowledge Sharing on Team Effectiveness with Virtual Team Trust as a Moderator

Kurrota A'yuni, Endang Parahyanti
This study examined the potential influence of knowledge sharing on team effectiveness with virtual team trust as a moderating variable. Over the last five years, the growth of the internet has been significant in Indonesia, and most people currently have access to and are regularly using this technology....
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The Role of Age and Tenure as Moderators of Relationship Organizational Climate and Readiness for Change in Indonesian Air Force

Manggala Purwakancana N., Arum Etikariena Hidayat
With changing times come technological changes. Not only civil society but also military organizations experience the effects. The Indonesian Air Force is a military organization that requires technology to quickly anticipate changes that occur. This study aims to explore the influence of organizational...
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Authentic Leaders May Increase Employee Innovation: The Mediation Effect of Psychological Capital

Nur Maulany Din El Fath, Tulus Budi Sulistyo Radikun
Innovation plays the main role in organizational survival in the globalized era of technology and information exchange. Innovation can only be achieved when employees are able to engage in innovative work behavior. In addition, the workplace leader is known to occupy an important role in the formation...
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Empowering Leadership and Work Engagement: The Role of Psychological Empowerment as a Mediator

Rizqi Zulfa Qatrunnada, Endang Parahyanti
Millennials’ domination of the workplace has resulted in increasing attention to the issue of engagement. Leaders need to enhance their understanding of leadership empowerment behavior as a means to increase employee engagement. Psychological empowerment encompasses a set of conditions necessary for...
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Relation of Work-life Balance to Counterproductive Work Behavior and Turnover Intention among Malaysian Employees

Ting-Ying Tan
Work-life balance is receiving increasing attention from researchers and organizations, especially policy makers looking to improve employees’ productivity. With the changing work culture and flexible working arrangements, employees are more focused on both work and nonwork matters instead of only having...
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The Relation of Job Demands to Teacher and Staff Stress: Impact of a Job Crafting Intervention

Vissy Vandiya, Arum Etikariena Hidayat
Stress is something that cannot be avoided, especially stress related to one’s work. Employees who experience job stress have been found to be less motivated and healthy, and, thus, less productive at work. The teachers and operational staff at the HIJ School confirmed that they felt job stress due to...
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The Mediating Role of Psychological Capital in the Organizational Climate and Work Engagement Relationship

Wahid Hasyim, Wustari L. Mangundjaya
One of the goals of higher education institutions is to develop competent human resources. Supporting this aim requires contributions and involvement by lecturers and employees (academic staff) within the scope of the institution. This study examined the role of psychological capital in the relationship...
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Relationship between Perceived Organizational Support and Organizational Affective Commitment: Moderating Role of Psychological Contract Breach

Widya Andini, Endang Parahyanti
Currently, the workforce is dominated by generation X and generation Y. Generation Y or the millennial generation will dominate the workforce in the next few years. Changes in the social environment can exert an impact on the changing value systems that exist in each generation. Such modifications cause...
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The Linkage between Transformational Leadership, and Organizational Sustainability: Testing the Mediating Role of Psychological Empowerment

Wustari L. Mangundjaya
Enterprises are challenged to be an effective, efficient, and powerful organization that can sustain challenges in the competitive world. Many variables play an essential role in making this happen, two of which are leadership and people. The aims of this study are to examine the link between the position...
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How Does Leader-Member Exchange Affect Employee Creativity? The Role of Felt Responsibility for Change

Yossi Kalista Dwityaputri, Debora Eflina Purba
Leadership is an important factor influencing employee creativity. Previous studies have investigated the Leader-Member Exchange (LMX) theory in relation to employee creativity and have found it to yield inconsistent results indicating the occurrence of a mediator between the variables. The present study...
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Are Go-Jek Services Really Safe? Developing a Perceived Risk Scale

Ariyana Isti Kusumayani, Lavenda Geshica, Arlianto, Dwi Cahyo Nugroho, Avin Fadilla Helmi
The primary objective of this research was the development of a scale to measure perceived risk among Go-Jek service (Go-Ride and Go-Car) customers. Non-probability sampling (convenience sampling) was used to select 145 participants (30 men, 115 women) from the population. All participants were Go-Jek...
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False Memory after a Traffic Accident: The Effect of Word Types and Gender

Diandra Yasmine Irwanda, Dewi Maulina
When an accident happens, eyewitnesses become important so that the police get a clear description of the case. Unfortunately, eyewitness testimony is easily corrupted with false memory errors. This study examined the effects of word type and gender on the formation of false memories in the context of...
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Self-Actualization as a Predictor of Flourishing

Psychology has directed much of its attention to repairing the damage within certain disease models and has therefore neglected to consider the effects that a fulfilled individual can have on the prevention of pathologies. It has been observed that high levels of well-being, or flourishing, can act as...
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Ethnic-Racial Socialization as an External Predictor of Tolerance for Diversity: A Study of Chinese-Indonesian Young Adults

Levina Xaveria, Sri Redatin Retno Pudjiati
The Chinese-Indonesian ethnic minority is one of the minorities in Indonesia with a long time history of being treated differently, for example the Kerusuhan 1998 (the 1998 riot). Because of this riot, this ethnic minority experienced trauma, held negative stereotypes against the majority, and now tend...
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A Comparative Study of Emotion Word Production Between Sundanese Females and Males

Nabilah Puteri Sulaeman, Azzahrah Venusyah Kantri, Hendrick Wijaya Hartono, Tiara R. Widiastuti
There is a difference between how males and females use language. However, there are only a limited number of research comparisons of emotion word production between females and males. This study aims to identify the comparison of emotion word production among females and males using Plutchik’s emotion...
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Cultural contact, cultural values, and education for life and work as predictors of future orientation in the Baduy community

Seto Mulyadi, Hendro Prabowo, Maria Chrisnatalia
Future orientation is a cognitive construct that explains the future orientation of individuals, especially the younger generation, to anticipate general events. Because education is responsible for the foundation of a sustainable future in a society, government and society need to prepare their younger...
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Can Religiousness be Associated with Religious and Spiritual Struggles?

Yonatha Aditya, Riryn Sani, Ihan Martoyo, Rudi Pramono
Religiousness has been shown to have a positive effect on both physical and mental health. However, several studies found that religiousness can be linked to religious and spiritual struggles that have negative effects on physical and mental health. The purpose of this study is to explore the effect...