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ANFUSINA : Journal of Psychology
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ISSN (Print) 2654-5470 - ISSN (Online) 2655-8602
Published by IAIN Raden Intan Lampung Homepage  [26 journals]
  • Mental Health Impacts of Using Social Media Among University of Halabja
           Students (Kurdistan Region of Iraq)

    • Authors: Razaw Noori, Hataw Hama Saleh Hussein, Aweza Ibrahim
      Pages: 105 - 128
      Abstract: In the recent years, the use of social media has increased. Social media is the fastest way to reach information and make online communication. According to worldwide digital population- Internet - Statista on Jul 26, 2022, there are five billion internet users worldwide, which means 63 percent of the population in the world. This data further indicates that the male’s use of social media was higher than females. The Kurdish version of Hopkins Symptoms CheckList -25 and Perceived Stress Scale was used to assess psychological distress among university students that used social media. The questionnaire was distributed randomly among university students. Finally, 143 university students participated in the study. The prevalence of depression and anxiety was 65.03%, 62.24%, the level of stress was (M = 17.77, SD = 5.570). As a result, high levels of depression, anxiety, and stress among both females than males Halabja University students were found.  This study aimed to indicate the impacts of social media on mental health among Halabja University students. The study found out that the use of social media has been making negative impacts on students’ mental health. 
      PubDate: 2022-12-31
      DOI: 10.24042/ajp.v5i2.14883
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
  • Opportunities And Challenges Of Majelis Zikir Dan Selawat On Becoming
           Indigenous Spiritual-Based Psychotherapy

    • Authors: Ahmad Saifuddin
      Pages: 129 - 166
      Abstract: Majelis zikir dan selawat (MZS) is a community with a routine in the form of recitation of zikir or selawat. In the context of Indonesian culture, MZS thrives with various variants. This study seeks to uncover the opportunities and challenges of MZS as a community that has a spiritual-indigenous therapeutic element. The research was carried out by phenomenology method. The collection of data was implemented by conducting interviews and observation. As a result, these MZS have opportunities and challenges. The opportunity is to become a means of achieving catharsis, the process of changing irrational beliefs into rational, increasing submission, fostering prejudice both to God and life, and increasing social support. This opportunity makes the MZS potentially become spiritual-indigenous psychotherapy. However, the MZS assemblies also have challenges that can threaten their functioning as psychotherapy if they are not appropriately managed. One of them is their members' comprehensive rate about the meaning of dhikr and selawat and the members' objections when they have to become the host of MZS’s.
      PubDate: 2022-10-22
      DOI: 10.24042/ajp.v5i2.13168
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
  • A Study of The Phenomena of Visual Pollution in Halabja and its Effects on
           The Psychology of Citizens

    • Authors: Hasim Othman Baram, Osama Ashraf Mohammed, Aram Omer Salih, Daban Kadhim Omar, Rawa Fayaq Mahmood, Talar Mohammed Karim
      Pages: 167 - 184
      Abstract: Each year, new environmental threats develop. These threats can be either natural or man-made. Human-caused environmental effects are becoming more prominent and influential. Their activities and deeds endanger the ecosystem and future generations. Human, economic, and political actions are the fundamental causes of environmental pollution and damage. As a result, environmental changes have an impact on people's physical and emotional well-being. Nobody questions the fact that the environment is deteriorating. Numerous studies have demonstrated that this transition occurs and has an impact on our lives. One of the most serious concerns confronting the world today is environmental contamination. A polluted environment is one of the difficulties that everyone in society encounters. Visual pollution is a type of environmental contamination. Any human action that affects the environment is referred to as visual pollution. A lack of environmental knowledge and irresponsibility causes visual pollution. There is no doubt that pollution harms the environment's living and inanimate components because the environment is necessary for human life and other kinds of life. Any alteration in the environment will endanger the entire land ecosystem. There are various types of environmental pollution, with water, air, soil, sight, and sound pollution all the most serious..
      PubDate: 2022-10-22
      DOI: 10.24042/ajp.v5i2.14979
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
  • Hubungan Antara Dukungan Sosial Dan Strategi Coping Dengan Kebahagiaan
           Pada Mahasiswa Yang Sedang Mengerjakan Skripsi

    • Authors: Fera Alvionita, Rika Damayanti, Iin Yulianti
      Pages: 185 - 196
      Abstract: This study aims to determine the relationship between social support and coping strategy with happiness in students who are working on their thesis. The population in this study were students of the 2018 Islamic Counseling Guidance Study Program with a total sample of 70 students selected using the simple random sampling technique. This study uses the happiness scale, social support scale and coping strategy scale. Data analysis uses multiple regression analysis techniques assisted by the JASP software version for windows. The first hypothesis test produces an R value = 0,582 and an F = 17.128 value with a significant level of P <0.01 these result indicate that there is a significant relationship between social support and coping strategies with happiness. The two independent variables make an affective contribution of 33.8%. In the second hypothesis test, the correlation value (rx₁-y) = 0.538 with a significance value of P = < .001 shows that prove that there is a significant relationship between social support and happiness. The social support variable makes an affective contribution of 23.3%. In third hypothesis test, the correlation value (rx₂-y) = 0.430 with a significance value of P = < .001 shows that there is an affective significant relationship between coping strategies and happiness. Coping strategy variables provide contribution relationship of 10.5%.Keywords: Happiness, Social Support, Coping Strategy
      PubDate: 2022-10-22
      DOI: 10.24042/ajp.v5i2.15711
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
  • Validasi Intervensi Psikologis: “Positive Parenting Brief Family

    • Authors: Nurul Fadhilah Khair, Risanita Fardian Farid, Welan Mauli Angguna
      Pages: 197 - 212
      Abstract: The parenting style applied by both parents has a big influence on the child's development. The low interaction between one or both parents in parenting has an impact on the poor attachment between parent and child. Dysfunctional parenting causes children to have low psychological well-being, less optimal and effective maternal care also has a significant impact on the child's mental and emotional development. Good parenting will reduce the damage to the child's social skills and he can be accepted by his peer environment. This study aims to increase information and knowledge about positive parenting through positive parenting education training. The training module is structured around the positive parenting principles coined by John Gray. The research module was prepared based on the Russell method with a focus on content and empirical validation tests. The content validation test resulted in Aiken V values moving between 0.71 to 0.94 with a mean of 0.78, while the empirical validation showed a decrease in the pretest and posttest scores on the dysfunctional parenting scale in the experimental group. Based on the legibility test, this module can be an alternative option to be given to parents in order to be able to implement positive parenting in the family.Keywords: Positive Parenting, Mother's Care, Mother's involvement
      PubDate: 2022-10-22
      DOI: 10.24042/ajp.v5i2.15675
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
  • Maukah Anda Mengerjakan Tugas Yang Lebih Sulit' Melihat Pengaruh Jenis
           Umpan Balik Terhadap Performa Dalam Mengerjakan Tugas (Task Performance)

    • Authors: Grin Rayi Prihandini
      Pages: 213 - 228
      Abstract: Our performance in carrying out tasks can be different for each task. This is experienced by college students, where performance in completing assignments in certain courses can be different from other courses. In the process, students receive feedback from lecturers regarding their performance in completing the task, which is then expected to be a way of correcting mistakes and show an improved performance. Even so, previous studies have seen that effect of feedback on performance is still inconsistent. Feedback intervention theory shows that feedback on performance can be seen from a person's motivation to do tasks at a higher level of difficulty. This research is an experimental study with a randomized-blocked two group design (post-test only). This study replicate previous research. The aim of the study was to see the effect of the type of feedback (positive and negative) on performance as seen from the motivation to do task at a higher level of difficulty. The results of the analysis of the chi square test were significant χ2 (1, n = 60) = 8.864, p <0.05. This shows that there is a difference in the task performance between the group that receive positive feedback and the group that receive negative feedback. The results of the study are in line with previous research that there is an effect of the type of feedback on college students’ task performance. The implications of this research can be applied to the field of education in providing feedback to college students regarding their task performance.Keywords: feedback; task-performance; college students
      PubDate: 2022-10-22
      DOI: 10.24042/ajp.v5i2.15714
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 2 (2022)
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