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The Mediating Effect of Emerging Adulthood Experiences on The Relationship Between Parental Attachment and Social Adjustment in The University

Walton Wider Murnizam Hj. Halik Mazni Mustapha,Ferlis Bullare@Bahari

Volume : Vol 6, 2018

Publication Date : -0001-11-30

Keywords : Emerging Adulthood Experience, Parental Attachment, Social Adjustment, Emerging Adult

Abstract : A mediation model was proposed to analyse the relationship between parental attachment and social adjustment. Specifically, this study aims to contribute and fill a gap in the emerging adulthood literature by analysing the mediating role of emerging adulthood dimensions (identity exploration, instability/negativity, self-focused, possibilities/experimentation, feeling “in- between”). Thus, a variance-based structural modelling via partial least squares was employed to analyse the hypothesized relationships. Data was gathered from 568 freshmen from a public university in the Western region of Malaysia. The results show that only self-focused is a significant mediator in the relationship between parental attachment and social adjustment. Practical contribution was discussed particularly among counsellors and academicians who work with emerging adult clients.

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

Setiawati Intan Savitri, Bagus Takwin , Amarina Ashar Ariyanto

Volume : Vol 8 Issue 2, 2020

Publication Date : -0001-11-30

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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MIMIC MODEL OF PROBLEMATIC INTERNET USE SHORT FORM (PIUQ-SF 6) IN INDONESIA

Nursakinah Oktaviana Sasmita

Volume : Vol 10 Issue 1 2022

Publication Date : -0001-11-30

Keywords : PIUQ SF, MIMIC Model, Validity

Abstract : The Problematic Internet Use Questionnaire (PIUQ) consists of three dimensions (Demotrovics, 2016): Obsession (i.e., obsessive thoughts about the internet, and mental withdrawal symptoms when there is a lack of internet use), neglect (i.e., ignoring basic needs and daily activities), and impaired self-control (i.e., difficulty in controlling the internet). This study aims to analyse the PIUQ measuring instrument further using the Rating Scale analysis technique. The number of respondents in this study was 550, who was chosen voluntarily by spreading it on social media. The findings show that this unidimensional PIUQ has excellent validity quality and good item reliability and can be profitable if used on a large scale because of the small number of items. The MIMIC model is ideal; the absence of susceptibility to differences in characteristics indicates that the scale used in the measurement remains consistent in a heterogeneous population.

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