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. 8 No. 1 (2021)

Published: Jun 1, 2021

The use of pictorial media card to improve the initial reading ability of slow learner students

Rahma Widyana, Nurani Sinta Dewi 18-27
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Stress as mediator between mindfulness and smoking frequency for young adult in Jakarta

Teguh Lesmana, Mutiara Mirah Yunita 28-42
Abstract : 204 Views
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The attributes of an ideal leader and people`s decisions in voting participation: Indigenous study and decision tree analysis

Tabah Aris Nurjaman 43-58
Abstract : 261 Views
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The role of social support in promoting post traumatic growth of natural disaster survivors with permanent disability

Yudi Tri Harsono, Femmi Nurmalitasari, Sofia Retnowati 59-68
Abstract : 250 Views
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Why and how am I angry? Exploring the causes and expressions of anger of the Islamic Sundanese adolescents

F Fridayanti, Elis Anisah Fitriah 69-90
Abstract : 187 Views
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Work spirituality and organizational commitment among Indonesian civil officers

Rezqa Putra Pobri, Eka Dian Aprilia 91-109
Abstract : 149 Views
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The development of Deception Behavior in Social Media Scale

Clara Moningka, Maria Selviana 110-122
Abstract : 193 Views
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NSSI (Nonsuicidal Self-Injury) of emerging adults in Jakarta: An interpretative phenomenological approach

Olphi Disya Arinda, Winarini Wilman Dahlan Mansoer 123-147
Abstract : 379 Views
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