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Indigenous : Jurnal Ilmiah Psikologi
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ISSN (Print) 0854-2880 - ISSN (Online) 2541-450X
Published by Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta Homepage  [33 journals]
  • The Effect of Academic Stress on Sleep Quality Mediated by School Burnout
           Among High School Students

    • Authors: Leonardo Johanes Kurniawan, Ria Wardani
      Pages: 94 - 106
      Abstract: . Academic stress is a factor that affects sleep quality. In this study, the variable that mediates the effect of academic stress to sleep quality is school burnout which is studied in the context of online learning. The research was conducted using quantitative research methods to 307 high school students in Bandung through snowball sampling. Each participant filled out the Student-Life Stress Inventory, the Secondary School Burnout Scale, and the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index. The data were analyzed using the Structural Equation Modeling (SEM-PLS) technique. Based on the results of the mediation model test, the VAF number was 0.17 (17% < 20%) which means that school burnout does not have a mediating effect on the effect of academic stress to sleep quality. Academic stress is more accurately seen as a direct effect. Another finding is that conflict indicator is less to represent academic stress, as well as burnout from family and burnout from studying less predict the school burnout. However, daytime dysfunction is the most representative component of sleep quality. Based on the outer loading, there are factors of academic stress, school burnout, and sleep quality that less to represent these variables. The findings reflect cultural bias. That is why this study suggests future researchers to use measuring instrument which not have risk of cultural bias.Keywords: academic stress; high school students; school burnout; sleep quality.
      PubDate: 2023-07-31
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
  • The Influence of Leaders' Self-Deprecating and Aggressive Humor on
           Employee's Innovative Work Behavior

    • Authors: Prima Diastari, Endang Parahyanti
      Pages: 107 - 122
      Abstract: . Encouraging innovation is one of the keys for leaders to continue to bring the organization to compete in the industrial world. In general, leaders humor can promote innovative behavior of employees. However, the impact of negative humor, such as Self-deprecating humor and Aggressive Humor, on employee innovative work behavior is not widely known. Therefore, this study will measure the impact of the leader’s self-deprecating humor and aggressive humor on employees’ innovative work behavior. This study involved a total of 385 respondents who were recruited online using a convenience sampling technique. Respondents have characteristics that have worked or are currently working in an organization for at least 1 year, aged 19-48 years, and when working had a leader. Using the latest experimental method, namely Experimental Vignette Methodology (EVM), this study was structured with a 2x2 factorial design, within subject, which means that each respondent will receive 4 stimuli that have been designed by the researcher. All respondents received several stimulus sets in the form of narratives containing statements from the leadership, then filled out innovative work behavior surveys via the google form. Data were analyzed using factorial ANOVA repeated measure technique. The results of this study indicate that the leader self-deprecating humor and aggressive humor have a significant effect on employees’ innovative work behavior. Furthermore, there is a significant interaction effect between leader self-deprecating humor and aggressive humor on innovative work behavior of employees. This finding can be a reference for leaders to use humor as a strategy for encouraging employee innovation.
      Keywords: Leader humor; innovative work behavior; self-deprecating humor; aggressive humor; experimental vignette methodology
      PubDate: 2023-07-31
      DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v8i2.21873
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
  • Spiritual Well-Being and Death Anxiety in Chronic Diseases: A
           Meta-Analysis Study

    • Authors: Oktariana Hanggoro Putri, Nisa Rachmah Nur Anganthi
      Pages: 123 - 139
      Abstract: . Death anxiety is the most common psychiatric consequence experienced by people with chronic diseases. A potentially important factor in reducing death anxiety is spiritual well-being. There are many studies linking spiritual well-being and death anxiety, but some results show differences. This study aims to summarize various research results related to the relationship between spiritual well-being and death anxiety in patients with chronic disease to obtain a combined effect size. The research design uses meta-analysis to get a summary of the effect size from research on the relationship between spiritual well-being and death anxiety in people with chronic diseases. Sources of information were collected through Publication in Sage Journal, PubMed, ProQuest, Springer LINK, Science Direct, and Google Scholar. Inclusive criteria were the articles from 2011 until 2021, the publication is done in English, the participants are at least 18 years old, report sufficient statistical data for quantitative synthesis, and the existence of measuring instrument information from the two variables. The findings show that a total of eight studies and nine effect sizes met the inclusive criteria. The protocol for reporting the results of meta-analyses is PRISMA (Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses). The results of the analysis show that the relationship between spiritual well-being and death anxiety is -0.26; 95% CI; with a range of -0.40 to -0.11. The quality of all evidence was evaluated using GRADE (Grading of Recommendations Assessment, Development, and Evaluation), the results were in the moderate category. This meta-analysis found a negative relationship between spiritual well-being and death anxiety in people with chronic diseases with a low effect size. The conclusion of the study shows that spiritual well-being can be a variable for reducing death anxiety in people with chronic disease. The research implications show that there is an urgency for health professionals in managing patients with chronic diseases to pay more attention to their spiritual well-being.
      Keywords: chronic disease; death anxiety; spiritual well-being
      PubDate: 2023-07-31
      DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v8i2.21150
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
  • Controlled Motivation in Explaining Student Engagement on Adolescents of
           Authoritarian Parents

    • Authors: Sekarini Andika Permatasari, Lucia R. M. Royanto
      Pages: 140 - 152
      Abstract: . Student engagement is considered an important factor for children’s success in academics. Findings in individualist countries showed that authoritative parenting is the best parenting style that promotes positive outcomes, including higher student engagement, while authoritarian parenting impacts negatively. These contrasts with the findings in collectivist countries, which showed that authoritarian parenting could also increase student engagement. This study examines how children raised by authoritarian parents could have high student engagement. Researchers hypothesized that this could happen because authoritarian parenting fosters-controlled motivation in the children. This research is a correlational study to test the role of controlled motivation in mediating the relationship between authoritarian parenting and student engagement. The participants were 460 junior high school students (grades 7-9) from 8 Jakarta, Bekasi, and Tangerang schools. The data were collected online using The Parent as Social Context Questionnaire-Adolescent Report, the Academic Self-Regulation Questionnaire, and the Student Engagement Measurement-MacArthur to assess student’s perception of their parents’ authoritarian parenting, student’s level of controlled motivation and student’s level of student engagement, respectively. Mediation analysis was carried out with PROCESS macro in SPSS v.20. The result shows that authoritarian parenting, as perceived by students, predicts student engagement through controlled motivation. This finding enlightens parents that even resulting in higher student engagement, being authoritarian is better avoided because it elicits an externally regulated motivation, where children act to maintain their ego, avoid punishment, and get external rewards. How authoritarian parenting might impair children in the long-term was discussed.

      Keywords: authoritarian; controlled motivation; parenting; student engagement
      PubDate: 2023-07-30
      DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v8i2.21891
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
  • Javanese Society's Eyes: Understanding Phenomenon of People with
           Mental Disorders in Java

    • Authors: Ajeng Nova Dumpratiwi, Maskuri Muhammad Cahyadi, Alvanindya Nafik Ardani
      Pages: 153 - 160
      Abstract: . Society has various beliefs, one of which is related to mental disorders. Many people's beliefs are still wrong in understanding mental disorders, and causes society to treat people with mental disorders (Orang Dengan Gangguan Jiwa/ODGJ) inappropriately. People who misunderstand mental disorders will usually take inhumane actions such as alienating survivors or taking other actions that worsen the mental condition of survivors. This research explored the attitudes and perspectives of Javanese people in understanding mental disorders. The ultimate goal is to provide theoretical contributions that bridge scientific definitions and assumptions that are believed in the local community's perspective regarding mental disorders. In accordance with the research objective, this research used a descriptive qualitative approach, involving 98 respondents in a semi-structured interview. Respondents were selected based on characteristics called "purposive sampling", and the collected data were analysed using thematic analysis. The results show that the respondent's educational background not influence the scientific view of the phenomenon of mental disorders, except for those who had education related to mental health. Education increases the attitude of the community toward maintaining personal mental health. Lack of literacy leads to misunderstandings about patients with mental disorders. This research is sufficient to provide additional literacy regarding the gaps in the scientific definition of mental disorders and what is understood in society.
      Keywords: javanese; mental disorder; qualitative
      PubDate: 2023-07-31
      DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v8i2.21010
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
  • Strengthening Mental Toughness through Self-Compassion, Self-Disclosure
           and Spirituality for Orphanage Adolescents

    • Authors: Akbar Nur Aziz, Azam Syukur Rahmatullah, Akif Khilmiyah
      Pages: 161 - 182
      Abstract: This study aims to analyze the influence of self-compassion and self-disclosure through spirituality on the mental health of adolescents living in orphanages. The research method uses survey techniques with a descriptive quantitative approach with a correlational model. The research subjects were obtained from 3 locations, namely Daarut Taqwa Orphanage, Minggir, Sleman DIY., Mafaza Orphanage, Yogyakarta City, DIY., and La Tazhaan Orphanage, Banguntapan, Bantul, DIY. A total of 165 respondents with vulnerable ages 12-18 years. Data collection techniques are carried out by observation, interviews, and research questionnaires. Data analysis technique using SmartPLS version 3 application with secound order embbedded two stages approach. The results of this study show that: 1) There is a positive and significant influence of self-compassion with the mental health of orphanage adolescents, both direct and influence through the medium of spirituality; 2) There was no significant influence between the self-disclosure variable and the mental health of orphanage adolescents directly. However, there is a positive and significant influence between the self-disclosure variable and the mental health of orphanage adolescents through the spirituality mediator variable; 3) There is a positive and significant influence between the spirituality variable and the mental health variable of the orphanage adolescent directly. The implication of this study is that to prevent orphanage adolescents from mental health disorders, it is necessary to strengthen adolescent spirituality consistently and increase self-compassion attitudes in orphanage adolescents.
      PubDate: 2023-08-01
      DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v8i2.21784
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
  • As Getting Older: “Does it Remain Important to Have Work Discipline and
           Attention to Work Environment'”

    • Authors: Ludy Hartono, Sri Milfayetty, Mariana Foo
      Pages: 183 - 200
      Abstract: . This study aims to test relationship between work discipline and work environment with employee performance at PT Makmur Dekorindo Lestari Medan. The population in this study were 99 employees and all of them became the total sample in this study as many as 99 respondents. The employee performance scale represents assessments on task performance, work behavior, and counter-productive behavior. The work discipline scale represents assessments on time observance, job responsibility, and understanding regulations. The work environment scale represents assessments on physical work environment and non-physical work environment. The research method used was quantitative research with correlational approach using multiple linear regression equations. The hypothesis put forward that good work discipline and work environment can predict the possibility of a significant relationship in the realization of good employee performance simultaneously considered acceptable by proving the calculated Fcount of 66,653 > Ftable of 3,091. The invention in this study reveals that work discipline and work environment have a strong relationship (r=0,762) with employee performance simultaneously. Employee performance is only half of the probability (57,2%) predicted by work discipline and work environment. Employees who can display good work discipline and can perceive good work environment have implication for better employee performance. Other interesting invention in this study amidst development of intergenerational issues reveals that the older the employee, the more contribution of work discipline and work environment in predicting employee performance.Keywords: Employee performance; work discipline; work environment
      PubDate: 2023-08-07
      DOI: 10.23917/indigenous.v8i2.21875
      Issue No: Vol. 8, No. 2 (2023)
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