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RESILIENCE: DOES FATHER’S ATTACHMENT MATTERS?
SAPJ Code
2040, 4170, 5020
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This study aims to determine the effect of father’s attachment on the resilience of psychology faculty students who are working on their final assignments at Mercu Buana University, Jakarta. A total of 102 respondents were students of facuty of Psychology who was taking the final project course. This study uses a quantitative approach, and the technique used for sampling is Non Probability Sampling. Inventory Parents and Peer Attachment (IPPA) by Armsden & Greenberg (2009) was used to measure student's attachment to father and Resilience Quotient (RQ) by Reivich & Shatte (2002) to measure student resilience. Data processing used a simple regression test to see the effect of father attachment on the resilience of students who was doing their final project in the faculty of psychology of Mercu Buana University. This study found a positive and significant influence between father's attachment to student resilience, which means the closer the student to the father, the higher the student's resilience is.

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The Southeast Asia Psychology Journal. melani aprianti
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