Jurnal Psikologi Ulayat: Indonesian Journal of Indigenous Psychology (JPU) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that stands as a forum to facilitate communication, dissemination, and enhancement of ideas within scholars in the field of psychology and social sciences by showcasing high-quality work that acknowledges the relevance to the indigenous perspective. The journal is published in print (p-ISSN: 2088-4230) and electronic (e-ISSN: 2580-1228) formats.

JPU is published bi-annually (every June and December) by Konsorsium Psikologi Ilmiah Nusantara. We welcome submissions from scholars, including students, whose work shares relevance to our focus and scope. JPU adheres to the high standard of publication process by abiding to the double-blind peer review process to maintain fair and indiscriminatory submission process. Submissions are open at any time.

Vol. 7 No. 2 (2020)

Published: Dec 1, 2020

The hardiness training to improve psychological well-being of the members of student organization at Universitas Surabaya

Jessica Christina Widhigdo, Joshua Michael Ahuluheluw, Lena Nessyana Pandjaitan 122-139
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The experience of individuals with kleptomanic history

Reti Oktania, Winarini Wilman D. Mansoer 140-162
Abstract : 208 Views
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The contribution of perceived social support towards school well-being among high school students

Ulifa Rahma, Karina Putri Pramitadewi, Faizah Faizah, Yuliezar Perwiradara 163-176
Abstract : 227 Views
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Reliability and validity of the Indonesian version of Self-Compassion Scale

Dicky Sugianto, Christiany Suwartono, Sandra Handayani Sutanto 177-191
Abstract : 401 Views
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Teacher`s self-efficacy, understanding of students` characters, and understanding of the 21st century skills as predictors of facilitator type of teaching style

Aditya Wiranata Sa'pang, Rijanto Purbojo 192-211
Abstract : 269 Views
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Gender differences of marital satisfaction among individuals who marry according to the Nyentana tradition in Bali

Ni Made Karinadevi Permata Jati, Hartanti Hartanti 212-224
Abstract : 248 Views
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Forgiveness of the family victims of bomb explosion in Surabaya

Charis Pratama, Wahyuni Kristinawati 225-243
Abstract : 214 Views
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Exploration of the meaning making experience of mothers whose children suffered from acute lymphoblastic leukemia

Anggita Hotna Panjaitan, Winarini Wilman Mansoer 244-263
Abstract : 182 Views
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