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DIFFERENCES AND DETERMINATION OF GADGET ADDICTION ON EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN SOUTH JAKARTA

Melani Aprianti, Lutfi Alhazami

Volume : Vol 8, 2020

Publication Date : 2020-05-21

SAPJ Code : 0, 0, 0

Keywords : Gadgets Addiction, Emotional Intelligence, Adolescent

Abstract : This study aims to look at the differences and determination of gadget addiction on the emotional intelligence of students in the South Jakarta Middle School. The sample of this research is South Jakarta Middle School students. The sampling technique used is proportionate Area Random Sampling. The analytical tool that will be used in this study is the average difference test and regression test to see the determination of its influence. The results showed there were differences in gadget addiction between girls and boys as well as emotional intelligence. In grade level differences, in terms of gadget addiction and emotional intelligence, it can be concluded that there is no difference between grade 1 & 2, 1 & 3 and 2 & 3 in South Jakarta Middle School. The results showed that there was a negative and significant effect of gadget addiction on emotional intelligence in junior high school students in South Jakarta.

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EMPOWERING CHILDREN WITH AUTISM TO SUCCESS: WITHIN APPROPIATE ECOSYSTEM

Helmi Kassim1, Siti Darzalina Mat Zoki, & Noor Hassline Mohamed

Volume : Vol 8, 2020

Publication Date : 2020-02-14

SAPJ Code : 2030, 5020, 2050

Keywords : Empowering, Ecosystem, ASD

Abstract : Early detection of developmental delays in children coupled with appropriate intervention is crucial to help children develop to their fullest potential. Over the next few years, Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) will work with the Ministry of Health (MOH) to form a network of touch points across the health and preschool sectors. This would include doctors at the hospitals, polyclinics and family medicine practitioners in developmental screening, and pre-school teachers in early detection of children with developmental needs, so that they can be supported through timely intervention. Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) have a unique profiling personality in terms of diverse intelligence, natural learning patterns and styles, the most effective natural learning method and the thinking mindset. The journey begins when a child has been diagnosed with Autism, be it verbal or non-verbal. As days passed, some parents may wonder what they could do for the sake of them and their child. This paper draws attention to the strategies of how we can empower the child with ASD to gain success in life within an appropriate ecosystem. The ecosystem supports children with disabilities (ASD) and their families, so as to improve their quality of life. Existing initiatives will be enhanced to provide more holistic help and a smoother transition for children with ASD at different stages of their lives.

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REMEMBERING OR WRITING? IMPLICATIONS OF SELF-DISTANCING IN THE REFLECTION OF NEGATIVE EVENTS

Setiawati Intan Savitri, Bagus Takwin & Amarina Ashar Ariyanto

Volume : Vol 8, 2020

Publication Date : 2020-02-14

SAPJ Code : 1030, 3010, 4100

Keywords : Remembering, writing, self-distance, adaptive self-reflection

Abstract : Although many studies indicate that self-distancing facilitates adaptive self-reflection, it is necessary to examine the variables in the adaptive self-reflection process further to determine whether it will produce the same profile when the self-reflection is done through writing. As such, this study aims to examine a) whether the induction to remember from an actor's perspective and from an observer’s perspective has the same implications as the induction to write using the first-person pronouns and using own-name in facilitating adaptive self-reflection, and b) whether adaptive self-reflection through writing has the same profile as adaptive self-reflection through remembering (thinking). Two quasi-experimental studies (N=428) conducted in this research found that self-distancing was the only variable that differed significantly when we induced the actor's perspective and the observer's perspective (study 1), but the variables of self-distancing, emotional reactivity, and reconstruing differed significantly when self-reflection was conducted through writing manipulation using the first-person pronouns and using own-name. It was also found that adaptive self-reflection through writing (study 2) had a stronger correlation in the negative direction between self-distancing and emotional reactivity, recounting, avoidance, and in the positive direction with the variables of reconstruing, memory age, and perceived resolution, which meant that writing about negative experiences better facilitates adaptive self-reflection than just remembering. We also analyzed the intervening variables to see the direct or indirect relationship between key variables.

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SOCIAL SUPPORT IN NURSING CARE OF TUBERCULAR PATIENTS IN CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA TOWARDS IMPROVED PATIENT’S WELL-BEING

Fiane de Fretes, Edreck D. Estioko, & Aziz M. Anwar

Volume : Vol 8, 2020

Publication Date : 2020-02-14

SAPJ Code : 2050, 5020, 5090

Keywords : Social Support, Tubercular Patients

Abstract : Social support is essential factor that support tubercular patient in maintaining self-care. The availability of support from other people will provide positive emotional effect on tubercular patient particularly on making healthier choices during treatment. While, nurses provide comprehensive nursing care plan to accommodate patient and family needs, their most important roles are to provide information to ensure that families and patient understand the treatment of tuberculosis. Thus, this study aims to identify social support that is extended to tubercular patients. Findings were beneficial in improving patient’s well-being. This study used quantitative-descriptive research design which included a total sample of 40 respondents that were purposively selected from the tubercular inpatients and outpatients at Dr. Ario Wirawan Pulmonary Hospital. The results showed that Majority of the respondents were between the age of 41 – 50 years old, of which 40% are inpatients and 45% are outpatients. Incidence of tuberculosis is greater among male patients with about 70% for the inpatients and 55% for outpatients. Both inpatient (75%) and outpatient (90%) tubercular patients are married in which their spouses are the principal supplemental care providers from the family in addition to nurses and doctors. Most of the respondents present new cases of tuberculosis for both inpatients (30%) and outpatients (35%). Based on the results of the study, self-assessed social support among tubercular respondents showed that they receive high support of social support from their care providers and families. On significant difference in the self-assessed social support among selected inpatient and outpatient tubercular respondents, statistical analysis confirmed there is no significant difference in the self-assessed social support selected inpatient and outpatient tubercular respondents. Information education and communication (IEC) materials were developed for health promotion to improve patients well- being.

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THE EFFECT OF JOB INSECURITY TO TURNOVER INTENTION OF OUTSOURCE EMPLOYEES AT PT. X

Marisa Arnes, Laila Meiliyandrie Indah Wardani

Volume : Vol 8, 2020

Publication Date : 2020-02-14

SAPJ Code : 0, 0, 0

Keywords : Job Insecurity, Turnover Intention, Outsource Employees

Abstract : This study is entitled The Effect of Job Insecurity to Turnover Intention of Employees at PT. X. This research was intended to identify and analyze the influence of Job Insecurity partially and simultaneously to Turnover Intention of Outsource Employees at PT. X. The population in this research was outsource employees of the PT X as many as 299 people. Measuring Turnover Intention using Mobley turnover intention scale and job insecurity using Ashford et al. This research uses a simple linear regression analysis to test whether there is an effect Job Insecurity to the Turnover Intension. The results showed that Job Insecurity very significant influence on turnover intention in outsource employees at PT. X.

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PERBEZAAN GENDER DALAM PENCAPAIAN MURID: KAITANNYA DENGAN KETERLIBATAN MURID DAN SOKONGAN PEMBELAJARAN

Hanita Mohd Yusoff & Norzaini Azman

Volume : Vol 8, 2020

Publication Date : 2020-02-14

SAPJ Code : 0, 0, 0

Keywords : Gender, Keterlibatan Murid, Sokongan Pembelajaran, Pencapaian

Abstract : Kajian ini bertujuan untuk meneliti sejauhmana keterlibatan murid berkait dengan pencapaian akademik berdasarkan gender. Ia juga meninjau sama ada sokongan pembelajaran dan keterlibatan murid mempunyai kaitan terhadap pencapaian berdasarkan gender. Survei keratan rentas digunakan untuk mengumpul data yang melibatkan keterlibatan murid di sekolah, sokongan pembelajaran dan pencapaian akademik. Sampel kajian adalah seramai 800 orang murid yang berumur 16 tahun (lelaki n = 400 dan perempuan n = 400) dari sekolah menengah kawasan bandar dan luar bandar dalam daerah Kuala Selangor. Instrumen tinjauan keterlibatan murid di sekolah (The Student Engagement Scale, Lam et al.,2009) merupakan instrumen yang digunakan untuk pengumpulan data. Analisis deskriptif min dan sisihan piawai digunakan bagi menentukan tahap hubungan dan analisis inferensi MANOVA serta Ujian-t dijalankan untuk menentukan perbezaan antara pemboleh ubah. Dapatan kajian menunjukkan terdapat perbezaan sokongan pembelajaran dan keterlibatan murid lelaki dan perempuan terhadap pencapaian akademik. Murid perempuan mempunyai sokongan pembelajaran dan keterlibatan murid yang lebih tinggi berbanding lelaki. Pencapaian murid adalah berbeza antara gender. Hasil kajian ini dapat memberi kefahaman terhadap isu keterlibatan murid di sekolah. Ia juga boleh menjadi sumber maklumat bagi penyusunan semula strategi sedia ada dan merancang program-program yang lebih baik agar dapat membantu meningkatkan pencapaian akademik dan mengurangkan jurang perbezaan gender terhadap pencapaian dalam kalangan murid sekolah.

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EVALUATING COGNITIVE DISTORTION SCALE USING EXPLORATORY FACTOR ANALYSIS AND RELIABILITY ANALYSIS

Tan Yao Xiong, Rizal Abu Bakar & Mohamad Azhari Abu Bakar

Volume : Vol 8, 2020

Publication Date : 2020-02-14

SAPJ Code : 0, 0, 0

Keywords : Cognitive Distortion Scale, Validity, Exploratory Factor Analysis, Reliability, Cronbach’s Alpha

Abstract : Despite being used extensively in psychopathology research, the psychometric properties of Cognitive Distortion Scale have not been examined in Malaysia. This study aimed to study the reliability and validity of this scale. A study was performed on 414 university students. Participants had to respond for each item based on the scale of 1 (never) to 7 (all the time). The reliability and validity of the instrument were analysed with the Cronbach’s Alpha and Exploratory Factor Analysis using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS), version 25. Finding from the reliability analysis suggested high reliability index value with the overall score was above .70. Further, the result for instrument validity based on the exploratory factor analysis suggested three (3) main constructs with eigenvalue more than 1 which explained 61.4% of variance. The factor loading values for each criterion ranged from .47 to .86. Overall, finding obtained from this study has shown that Cognitive Distortion Scale has high reliability and validity, and suggested to load ten cognitive patterns into three patterns.

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ARE THEY EMOTIONALLY – SOCIALLY INTELLIGENT? EXAMINING EMOTIONAL-SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE AMONG ADOLESCENTS RESIDING IN A CHILDREN’S HOME IN THE STATE OF SABAH, MALAYSIA

Lailawati Madlan @ Endalan, Adeymend Reny Japil, Nur Farhana Ardillah Aftar, Muhammad Idris Bullare @ Bahari, & Alfred Chan Huan Zhi

Volume : Vol 8, 2020

Publication Date : 2020-02-14

SAPJ Code : 0, 0, 0

Keywords : Sabah, Malaysia, Children’s Home, Emotional Intelligence, Emotional Quotient, Emotional-Social Intelligence, Institutionalized Adolescent

Abstract : This study was conducted to investigate emotional-social intelligence among adolescent in a Children’s Home located Sabah, Malaysia. A total of 49 adolescents (11 males and 38 females) aged between 12 and 18-years-old were selected through purposive sampling to participate in the study. BarOn Emotional Quotient Inventory: Youth Version was used to collect quantitative data regarding the respondents' experiences concerning emotional and social intelligence. In general, analysis shows that emotional-social intelligence among adolescent in this Children’s Home was reported to be low. No difference in emotional-social intelligence across gender and age groups was found. Stress management skill was the only domain found to be different between male and female adolescents. There were no major relations among emotional-social intelligence features. It was found that only adolescents’ skills of interpersonal and adaptability was moderately positively correlated. Information found from this study is deemed meaningful for the purpose of planning an intervention program to empower emotional intelligence among adolescent residing in children’s' homes.

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What is the Influence of Smartphone Addiction on Student’s Psychological Well-being?

Hifizah Nur (hifizah.nur@mercubuana.ac.id),Dian Misrawati (dian.misrawati@mercubuana.ac.id),Shinta Utami (shintautami.psi@yahoo.com)

Volume : Vol 7 Issue 3, 2019

Publication Date : 2019-11-25

SAPJ Code : 4020, 2050, 3040

Keywords : Smartphone Addiction, Psychological Well-being, University Students

Abstract : Smartphone addiction has many impacts on its users both physical and psychological. This research was conducted to explore the influence of smartphone addiction on psychological well-being among university students 407 students from various faculties of a university in Indonesia (181 men and 226 women) were selected based on the cluster random sampling method. The instruments used in this study were Smartphone Addiction Scale (SAS) and Psychological well-being scale that aimed to answer the main objective of the study. Data collected from the study was nalyzed azed using regression tests, Pearson product-moment tests, descriptive tests, as well as the t-test and ANOVA. The results shows that there was significant influence of smartphone addiction on psychological well-being of university students

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NURSES’ RESILIENCE IN HOSPITALS: ROLE OF RELIGIOSITY AND CHARACTER STRENGHTS

Erna Multahada & Daud Effendi

Volume : Vol 7 Issue 3, 2019

Publication Date : 2019-11-25

SAPJ Code : 5110, 3020, 2070

Keywords : resilience, nurses, religiosity, charcter strenghts and hospital

Abstract : Work-related stress can occur in a hospital for a variety of reasons, including the characteristics of the bureaucracy, the demands of the organisation, differences in interpretations of applying the hospital’s values standards and the hospital’s moral values, the types and demands of patients, work overload and job burnout. A high level of resilience is needed. This study aimed to determine the effect of religiosity and character strenghts on the resilience of nurses in hospitals. A total of 150 nurses who work in several hospitals in Jakarta were selected using total sampling. Resilience was measured using an RQ measuring instrument. Religiosity was measured using CRS. Character strenghts was measured using VIA-IS. Multiple regression was used to analyse the data. Results : That the role of religiosity and character strenghts on the resilience of nurses in the hospitals are 44% with p-value = .000. And There is a strong correlation between nurse religiosity and character strengths (R = .661). Religiosity (p-value = .21; beta value = 17.9) and character strenghts (pvalue = .000 and beta value = 53.9) had an effect on resilience. Thus, it was concluded that there are role of religiosity and character strenghts to resilience of nurses in hospitals.

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