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Psychological Research and Intervention
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Psychological Research and Intervention is a peer-reviewed scientific journal in the field of psychology with publication focus on the research in the science of psychology, as well as, applied research in psychological diagnosis and intervention. This journal is aimed at facilitating discussion and discourse between scholars of psychology as well as further advancing the science of psychology.
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Improvement of interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence through traditional games Ayriza, Yulia
Psychological Research and Intervention Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Psychology, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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This study aims to: (1) improve interpersonal intelligence through traditional games for Kindergarten A students of RumahKu Tumbuh, (2) increase intrapersonal intelligence through traditional game on Kindergarten A students of RumahKu Tumbuh, and (3) describe the process of improving interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence through these traditional games. This study is a classroom action research, referring a modified version of the Kemmis and Taggart model. Data were collected using observation and interviews. The findings show that there is an increase in interpersonal and intrapersonal intelligence through traditional game on kindergarten. Improved interpersonal intelligence of children overall in the pre-cycle obtained an average score of 22.59 (very low category), increased to 27.06 in cycle 1 (low category), and increased again to 34.65 with category in cycle 2. As for the increase in child intrapersonal intelligence overall score obtained in the pre-cycle average of 16.82 with a very low category, increasing to 21.35 with a low category in cycle 1 and increased again to 25.88 with category in cycle 2. The process of improving interpersonal intelligence through play action includes child benefit interact in-game, effective communication when asked and answered during play, and pursuing a strategy to win in the game, while at the intrapersonal include children express their emotions in the game, and children know their feelings by doing a question and answer session with the teachers at the end of the game.
Psychological meaningfulness at work as a mediator of job characteristic and job attachment in public elementary schools in Yogyakarta Kusumaputri, Erika Setyanti
Psychological Research and Intervention Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Psychology, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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This study aims to determine the relationship between job characteristics toward work engagement through the mediating psychological meaningfulness. Subjects in this study were a primary school teacher in Yogyakarta who totaled 132 (N=132) of teachers. Our data was collected using the work engagement scale (vigor, dedication, and absorption), job characteristics scale (skill variety, task identity, task significance, autonomy, and feedback), and psychological meaningfulness scale (meaningful work, others around the work environment, the work context, and spiritual life) — the methods of data analysis used path analysis techniques developed from regression analysis. Results of path analysis indicated that indirect effect was significant (p2 0.332 x 0.332 = 0.110) and the direct effect of 0511. Therefore, the total effect of the work engagement is direct and indirect effect that is 0.511 + 0.110 = 0.621 (62.1%). This means that hypotheses were accepted, there is a correlation between job characteristics toward work engagement through psychological meaningfulness as a mediator, where the suitability of job characteristics will improve work engagement through psychological meaningfulness as a mediator, where the suitability of job characteristics will improve work engagement through psychological meaningfulness that also higher on the teacher.
Effectiveness of face-to-face and webinar combination in increasing understanding on school wellbeing for elementary headmasters in Yogyakarta Special Region Fathiyah, Kartika Nur; Setiyawati, Diana
Psychological Research and Intervention Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Psychology, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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This research aims to determine the effectiveness of face-to-face and webinar combination in increasing elementary school headmasters’ comprehension on School Wellbeing in Yogyakarta Special Region.This study used a quasi-experimental design. The subject of the research is 29 elementary school headmasters across Yogyakarta Special Region (abbreviated as DIY) that have participated in pretest, initial face-to-face session, webinar sessions, final face-to-face session, and posttest. The data analysis used t-test analysis using SPSS version 21 to analyze School Wellbeing, pre and post training.The result of the research shows that the combination of face-to-face and webinar sessions is proven effective to increase the comprehension on School Wellbeing of elementary school headmasters across DIY. However, after being reviewed from the process, the training session needs to be revised considering that many of the participants did not follow the entire session due to the clashing of participants’ personal schedule and training session.
RETRACTED: How college freshmen increase their academic self-efficacy? An indigenous approach Sutarmanto, Hadi
Psychological Research and Intervention Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Psychology, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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RETRACTEDFollowing rigorous and careful concerns and consideration in the review of the article published in Psychological Research and Intervention journal entitled “How college freshmen increase their academic self-efficacy? An indigenous approach” Vol 1, No 2, pp. 50-56, 2018, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21831/pri.v1i2.21858This paper has been found to violate the principles of Psychological Research and Intervention journal publication and has been retracted.The article has contained redundant material and throughout a careful examination, the editor has found that the paper has also been published in Indigenous and Cultural Psychology Working Paper Series Volume 13, Issue 2, Article No. 2, December 2017, which can be accessed at https://simpan.ugm.ac.id/s/yrOaQS9IrHYE2C0#pdfviewerThe document and its content have been removed from Psychological Research and Intervention journal and reasonable effort should be made to remove all references to this article.
Happiness of primary school teachers reviewed from the Big Five personality theory Setiawati, Farida Agus
Psychological Research and Intervention Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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This study aims to assess: (1) teachers’ happiness level, (2) dimensions of teachers’ personality, and (3) effect of the big five personality dimensions on the happiness of primary school teachers in Belik. The research applied a quantitative descriptive method with the ex-post facto approach. It took place at primary schools in Belik. The subject consisted of 210 primary school teachers in the District of Belik. The sample was established using the cluster random sampling technique. The data were collected through questionnaires, the big five was measured by an instrument called BFI, and PANAS-X and SWLS for data on happiness. The data were analyzed using the multiple regression at the significance level of 5%. The result of descriptive statistic analysis showed that: teacher’s happiness in Belik was high, for the big five dimensions of personality, the highest was extraversion followed by agreeableness, conscientiousness, openness, and neuroticism. The statistics quantitavely suggested that the types of personality significantly affected the teacher’s happiness. The Extraversion personality dimension gave contribution of 2.85%, agreeableness of 2.25 %, openness of 3.80% and neuroticism of 2.13% of happiness.
Validity and reliability of the happiness scale for adolescents in Yogyakarta
Psychological Research and Intervention Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Psychology, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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Happiness is a subjective concept because every individual has a different benchmark. Nolen-Hoeksema (1998) argues that adolescents have a higher level of depression than adults, who tend to show lower levels. For that reason, there needs to be a scale to measure happiness in adolescents. This research aims to construct a happiness scale for adolescents in Yogyakarta to measure the level of happiness of adolescents in Yogyakarta in a valid way because not all measurement tools used in western cultures can be implemented in the east. This research uses a constructed psychological measurement tool. This research involves 120 adolescents aged 16-18 years in Yogyakarta. In the factorial validity test or factor analysis, there are several items separated from the initial indicators that form new indicators. These, however, are still able to uncover the aim of constructing the scale. From the 60 items proposed, five items were rejected, and 55 others were considered appropriate. Reliability testing yields a result of 0.936, meaning that the scale has a sufficient level of reliability.
Professionalism on teacher’s perception Kusmaryani, Rosita Endang; Jatnika, Ratna
Psychological Research and Intervention Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Psychology, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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Regarding the phenomenon of teacher’s professionalism in Yogyakarta that is considered to be low, this study aims to explore the perceptions of teacher related to that matter. This research uses quantitative and qualitative approach with descriptive research type. Data were collected through open-questionnaires and interviews. The subject in this study consists of 74 teachers in Yogyakarta that includes public elementary school teachers, junior high school teachers and high school teachers. It is found that, based on teacher perceptions: (1) Professionalism includes expertise, social ability, self-integrity and productive behavior. (2) Teacher understands the term professional teacher better than teacher professionalism.
RETRACTED: Growth after academic failure in Javanese students: An indigenous approach
Psychological Research and Intervention Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Psychology, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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RETRACTEDFollowing rigorous and careful concerns and consideration in the review of the article published in Psychological Research and Intervention journal entitled “Growth after academic failure in Javanese students: An indigenous approach” Vol 1, No 2, pp. 78-90, 2018, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21831/pri.v1i2.22162This paper has been found to violate the principles of Psychological Research and Intervention journal publication and has been retracted.The article has contained redundant material and throughout a careful examination, the editor has found that the paper has also been published in Indigenous and Cultural Psychology Working Paper Series Volume 13, Issue 2, Article No. 1, December 2017, which can be accessed at https://simpan.ugm.ac.id/s/9DV1LJplblqNjzo#pdfviewerThe document and its content have been removed from Psychological Research and Intervention journal and reasonable effort should be made to remove all references to this article.
Social support as a mediator between social identity and college student’s stress
Psychological Research and Intervention Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Psychology, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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This study aims to find social support as a mediator of social identity against student stress. This study uses a stage cluster random sampling technique, the subject of this study amounted to 375 students scattered on 7 faculties at Yogyakarta State University. The result of the research shows that the social identity level of students is high, social support is high and stress level is classified. The path analysis a proved significant with the value of 0.036 <0.05, on path analysis proved significant with a value of 0.016 <0.05, in path analysis proved significant with a value of 0.000 <0.05, and path analysis was proved significant with value 0.000 <0.05. Mediation analysis is evident and includes partial mediation.
Happiness in early childhood Izzaty, Rita Eka
Psychological Research and Intervention Vol 1, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Psychology, Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta

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This research was conducted based on three considerations. Firstly, childhood is a critical developmental stage that forms the foundation for the psychological well-being and future learning development of children. Secondly, the prevalence of child and adolescent behavioral problems is increasing, assumed to be caused by unhappiness. Thirdly, studies related to happiness in early childhood in Indonesia are still lacking. Therefore, this study aims to explore the meaning, situation, and parties associated with happiness in children. Our study is exploratory using a qualitative approach. The respondents include 51 children aged 4 to 6 years. The research took place in the Special Region of Yogyakarta. We interviewed the respondents and later analyzed the data using content analysis. The latter consist of three coding steps: open coding, axial coding, and selective coding. The results show that, 1) the meaning of happiness refers to positive affects (55%), activities (28.9%), getting something (8.89%), positive physical conditions (4.44%), and affiliation (2.22%), 2) The situations that make children happy are activities (36.61%), learning (11.61%), entertainment (9.82%), and sports (2.62%), 3) The parties who make children happy are families (77.92%), extended families (3.90%), non-family (19.48%), God (1.30%) and toys (1.30%).

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