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. Per 1 April 2020, JPU is accredited by The Directorate General of Higher Education Ministry of National Education of the Republic of Indonesia No. 85/M/KPT/2020 in SINTA 2 .

Vol. 9 No. 1 (2022)

Published: Jun 1, 2022

Innovative employees in dealing with COVID-19: What are the roles of flexible work arrangements, workloads, and work engagement?

Pricilla Mourine Ham, Arum Etikariena 4-22
Abstract : 499 Views
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Phenomenological study of women who recovered from abusive dating relationship

Cynthianissa Amanda, Winarini Wilman Mansoer 23-45
Abstract : 464 Views
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Online learning readiness and well being of Indonesian college students during the pandemic: Academic stress as a moderator

Sari Zakiah Akmal, Dewi Kumalasari 46-66
Abstract : 2291 Views
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Self-compassion of terrorist prisoners undergoing deradicalization program

Achmad Mauluddin Alfithon, Muhammad Syafiq 67-93
Abstract : 283 Views
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The effectiveness of cognitive behavioral group therapy for academic anxiety problems of student migrants

Sonny Tirta Luzanil, Adhityawarman Menaldi 94-115
Abstract : 621 Views
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Predicting the life satisfaction of Indonesian Christian employees: Examining the role of religiosity, perceived organizational support, and meaningful work

Yusak Novanto, Seger Handoyo, Jenny Lukito Setiawan 116-141
Abstract : 352 Views
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The role of gratitude and positive reframing on student activists' level of sense of coherence

Chrysan Gomargana, Yonathan Aditya 142-157
Abstract : 350 Views
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Validation of Big Five Inventory-2 (BFI-2) for Indonesia: Not perfect but still valid and reliabel to measure personality

Awaludin Ahya, Ide Bagus Siaputra 179-203
Abstract : 513 Views
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