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. 2 (2021)

Published: Dec 1, 2021

Neutrality in religiosity studies in Indonesia

Subhan El Hafiz 148-152
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"Why God took my parents?" Grieving experience and meaning making process of a child who lost both parents consecutively

Roselli Kezia Ausie, Winarini Wilman D. Mansoer 153-173
Abstract : 381 Views
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The psychological dynamic of a Pulung Gantung suicide survivor in Gunung Kidul

Sulistyo Budiarto, Ryan Sugiarto, Flora Grace Putrianti 174-194
Abstract : 501 Views
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Subjective well-being of adult daughter caregivers of a parent with dementia

Arina Shabrina, Eka Riyanti Purboningsih, Tiara Ratih Widiastuti 195-226
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The impact of perceived career opportunity to employees turnover intention mediated by organizational commitment

Vincent Leonardi, Hana Rochani Gustasari Panggabean 227-246
Abstract : 194 Views
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Distance learning during COVID-19 pandemic: Role of digital literacy and task value towards self-regulated learning in college students

Husnul Muasyaroh, Lucia R.M. Royanto 247-265
Abstract : 616 Views
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Exploration of the negative and positive impact of body shaming experience through autoethnography approach

Annisa Dwi Astuti, Winarini Wilman D. Mansoer 266-289
Abstract : 648 Views
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Growth mindset, instructors scaffolding, and self-regulated learning in distance learning during COVID-19 pandemic

Yudith Bernadette Ayu Putri, Lucia R.M. Royanto 290-304
Abstract : 414 Views
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The role of motivation as mediator between online learning readiness and undergraduate students' perceived learning during the COVID-19 pandemic

Ninette Putri Mustika, Lucia R. M. Royanto 305-329
Abstract : 494 Views
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The influence of religious orientation on maladaptive perfectionism among perfectionist college students

Loveilia Geovani, Yonathan Aditya 330-342
Abstract : 421 Views
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