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Psikodimensia
ISSN : 14116073     EISSN : 25796321     DOI : https://doi.org/10.24167/psidim
Core Subject : Science,
PSIKODIMENSIA is a scientific study that contains the results of research, thought and dissemination that aims to improve research, reviews and applications in the field of psychology. As a forum, communication media, and scientific development, the editorial received a contribution to the article that leads to improvement and development of psychology.
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Determinant Factors of Customers Loyalty in Hotels in Bandung City Medianta Tarigan; Anastasia Wulandari; Rina Triyuningsih; Berthy Dwi Baroqah; Bela Merdianingsih
PSIKODIMENSIA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/psidim.v18i2.2003

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This research verified the direct causal effects between thinking styles, customer satisfaction and service quality toward the customer loyalty. On the other hand, the indirect causal effects were verified through mediation variable such as customer satisfaction, trust, customers engagement, switching barriers, and commitment. This research used path analysis as the data analysis technique. The result revealed that service quality affected customers loyalty directly and indirectly, customers satisfaction only affected the customers loyalty if was mediated, meanwhile thinking style didn’t give significant direct and indirect effects towards customers loyalty.
The Effect of Transformational Leadership and Psychological Capital to Individual Readiness to Change for employees in Tourism Development Corporate Ida Ayu Gede Hutri Dhara Sasmita
PSIKODIMENSIA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/psidim.v18i2.2409

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This study aims to examine the effect of transformational leadership and psychological capital to individual readiness to change in tourism development corporate. Individual readiness to change measured by Readiness for Change, transformational leadership measured by Multifactor Leadership Questinnaire Form 5X—Short (MLQ Form 5X—Short), and psychological capital measured by Psychological Capital Quesionaire (PCQ). A quantitative survey was conducted on a probability sample of 127 employees in Tourism Development Corporate. The results of multiple regression showed that there is a positive correlation between transformational leadership and psychological capital to individual readiness to change.
The Meanng in life And Depression Level Among Student Happy Cahaya Mulya; Tri Kurniati Ambarini
PSIKODIMENSIA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/psidim.v18i2.2151

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The aim of this study is to understand the relationship between meaning in life and depression levels of university students. Additionally, this study also aims to understand the relationship between the two aspects of meaning in life with depression levels. This study was done on 254 students using LRI-R to measure meaning in life and BDI-II Indo Version to measure level of depression. Data analysis technique used in this study is kendall tau_b. The result of this study shows that meaning in life has a negative relationship with level of depression on university students. Apart from that, this study also shows that both aspects of meaning in life, framework and fulfillment, have negative relationships with depression levels.
Peterpan Syndrome Phenomenon : Self-Identity Crisis In Forming Intimation In Adult Man Diana Putri Arini
PSIKODIMENSIA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/psidim.v18i2.2305

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Peter Pan syndrome is inspired by the popular story of a child who has never grown up from a dream land. The term Peter Pan syndrome is given to men who enter adulthood but behave childish characterized by behavior that refuses social responsibility and difficulty forming commitment in interpersonal relationships. Individuals with Peter Pan syndrome are shown as someone loves fun, brave, likes challenges and has a great view of themselves. On the other hand, individual Peter Pan syndrome has a excessive anxiety forming commitment with others. This paper aims to explain the phenomenon of Peter Pan syndrome that occurs in adult men in a psychosocial perspective. The early adulthood is a phase to be responsible for self, others and the environment. In the early adulthood, social demands and pressures create role confusion, uncertainty about the future and anxieties for responsibility. Anxiety facing adult responsibilities is a form of failure in the task phase of adolescent development. Failure to face developmental tasks in adolescence results in role confusion. This assume to be the cause of unpreparedness to face the task of further development in early adulthood.
Internalized Homonegativity and Psychological Distress in Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Individuals : Self-compassion as Mediator Dicky Sugianto; D.P. Budi Susetyo; George Hardjanta
PSIKODIMENSIA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/psidim.v18i2.2140

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Internalized homonegativity has been well documented to associate with psychological distress. Previous studies have found various factors which mediated the relationship between the two variables. The current study aimed to explore other factor which mediates the two variables, namely self-compassion. Participants were lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals who recruited via online survey (N = 55). Data was analyzed using few steps of regression analysis. The results show that internalized homonegativity is not related to psychological distres and self-compassion in current sample. Self-compassion is found to be significantly predict psychological distress (F(1,53) = 25,140, p < 0,01; R2 = 0,322), which affirms previous findings. Results imply that lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals can exercise self-compassion to cope with psychological distress arising from their minority status.
Application of Group Positive Psychotherapy(GPPT) to Increasing Well Being in Women with Systemic Lupus Erithematosus (SLE) Auliya Ulil Irsyadiyah; Ahmad Gimmy Prathama Siswadi; Nurul Wardhani
PSIKODIMENSIA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/psidim.v18i2.2247

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Systemic Lupus Erithematosus (SLE) is a chronic autoimmune disorder that can affect almost all organs of the body. SLE is part of the chronic illness disabilities (CID) with the highest number of women reproductive age. Not only the physical affects but also quite disturbing psychological conditions, for example increased negative emotions, depression, and suicidal ideation. Chronic illness disabilities (CID) patients often have low perception of life satisfaction and will affect a person's level of well-being. To achieve the condition of well-being, psychological interventions that can help increase the level of well-being in women with Systemic Lupus Erithematosus are needed. The intervention was a group positive psychotherapy by pleasent life, engaged life and meaning full life. The purpose of this research can help individuals to improve well-being especially for women with Systemic Lupus Erithematosus. In this research, Group Positive Psychotherapy was conducted in 14 sessions with pre-test and post-test. This research is a case study with a single case experimental design. The method used is mixed method with concurrent embedded strategy, using qualitative data as primary and quantitative data as secondary data. The measuring instrument used is The PERMA Profiler with a reliability value of 0,761 compared to Cronbach’s Alpha which is r0,6 reliable. The participants in this study were 3 people. Based on qualitative results indicate that there is an increase in the level of wellbeing in the 3 participants and increasing score in 5 aspects of well-being after intervention.
Victims Of Dating Violence Are Reviewed From Peer Group Emotional Support Moy, Ina Sarah Sarlita
PSIKODIMENSIA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/psidim.v18i2.2124

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The purpose of this study focuses on handling victims of courtship violence (KDP) through peer group emotional support. The characteristics of the peer group lead to emotional attachments such as a sense of belonging, love, closeness, trust, and acceptance by the group, which is not obtained from parents. Through peer groups, subjects are more free to tell stories, feel comfortable, safe, get solutions, attention and affection, even though conflicts sometimes occur. This study used the Participatory Action Research (PAR) method with a qualitative approach, namely through interview techniques, FGDs, evaluation, sharing and verbal and non-verbal motivation and recreation. Participants are domiciled in the city of Salatiga consisting of four people, one subject and three peer group members, with the same characteristics of age and sex, having friends for 2 years, having experienced KDP, and knowing the violence experienced by the subject. The results showed that although some social media through WhatsApp group (sharing quotes motivation) each other and members of the peer group experienced KDP, the subjects felt that there was emotional support finding identity, feeling confident, feeling valuable and being accepted. The next recommendation that can be given to the subject therapy for self-recovery or reconciliation with him and his ex-girlfriends such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) and relationship restoration.
Recovery in People with Schizophrenia (PwS) Mawarni, Arum Septi; Abidin, Zainal; Siswadi, Ahmad Gimmy Prathama
PSIKODIMENSIA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/psidim.v18i2.2242

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The present study is aimed to find out the description of their recovery particularly those with residual type. This study was conducted in a mixed method using a descriptive design. Sample collection was conducted through purposive sampling, equipped with criteria of Residual Type PWS with age above 18 years old. Previously, testing of Recovery Assessment Scale (RAS) measuring instrument was conducted to 59 PWS, who were all outpatients. The result of this study reveals that using the method, PWS outpatients has a deemed high recovery rate, yet they still have constraints in dominant symptom factors.
Meta-analysis Study of Achievement Motivation and Academic Achievement Waluyohadi, Atanasius Emillio Gary
PSIKODIMENSIA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/psidim.v18i2.2023

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Academic achievement becomes something important for students. Academic achievement has a relationship with achievement motivation. Based on the results of a review of the literature, there is an inconsistency in the results of research on the relationship of academic achievement with achievement motivation. Therefore, the author conducted a meta-analyst with a significant effect size correlation with academic achievement (r = 0.334508) and significant with CI (0.170255; 0.480675). The results of the I2 statistical test showed a high inconsistency with a value of 98.7%. There is also high heterogeneity in the results of this meta-analysis with the value of Cohcran Q showing 1,029.604289. The relationship between the two variables also shows the bias by looking at the results of the egger, which is 9.311441. The results of statistical tests show that achievement motivation and academic achievement have a fairly high effect size correlation. The heterogeneity in this meta-analysis is high and there is publication bias.
Self Concept Training to Improve Future Orientation Among College Student Wisnu Anendya Sekti; Chr. Hari Soetjiningsih; Adi Setiawan
PSIKODIMENSIA Vol 18, No 2: Desember 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24167/psidim.v18i2.2224

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This research aim is to examine the effect of self concept training on future orientation among college student in Faculty of Psychology Satya Wacana Christian University. This study is a quasi-experimental research by one-group pretest-posttest design. Participant on this research are 20 college student from Faculty of Psychology Satya Wacana Christian University, whose selected by accidental sampling. The participant will receive a treatment namely self concept training which build from multidimensional model of self concept according to Fitts (Pauldine, Warren, & Swails, 2017). Future Orientation Questionnaire (FOQ), an instrument developed by Seginer (2009) is used to measure future orientation on participant before and after treatment. We also used paired sample t test to test the hypothesis in this research. Result showed that t score is 5,711 (t table = 2,093) and significance level is 0,000 (p

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