Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku

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EISSN : 25810421
Current Publisher: Universitas Andalas (10.25077)
Total articles ≅ 20
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Titisa Ballerina, Aria Saloka Immanuel
Published: 16 August 2019
Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku, Volume 3; doi:10.25077/jip.3.1.18-31.2019

Teguh Lesmana, Rudy Santoso
Published: 16 August 2019
Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku, Volume 3; doi:10.25077/jip.3.1.59-71.2019

Abstract:Konsumsi kopi orang Indonesia cenderung mengalami peningkatan selama beberapa tahun terakhir. Aktivitas minum kopi saat ini cenderung menjadi gaya hidup dimana seseorang dapat menghabiskan waktunya untuk bersenang-senang. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui hubungan antara karakteristik kepribadian dan harga diri dengan gaya hidup hedonisme pada mahasiswa konsumen Starbucks di Jakarta. Partisipan dalam penelitian ini terdiri atas 390 orang mahasiswa yang pernah mengunjungi Starbucks. Partisipan penelitian diminta untuk mengisi kuesioner Big Five Inventory-10 (BFI-10) dan Rosenberg self-esteem scale yang sudah diadaptasi ke bahasa Indonesia, serta skala gaya hidup hedonisme. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa terdapat hubungan negatif yang signifikan antara harga diri dengan gaya hidup hedonisme, sedangkan pada karakteristik kepribadian ditemukan kepribadian conscientiousness memiliki hubungan positif yang signifikan dengan gaya hidup hedonisme. Hasil ini menjelaskan bahwa mahasiswa dapat lebih memiliki gaya hidup hedonisme ketika tidak memiliki penilaian positif terhadap dirinya. Hasil hubungan positif signifikan antara kepribadian conscientiousness dengan gaya hidup hedonisme sejalan dengan hasil penelitian sebelumnya yang menemukan adanya hubungan signifikan antara kepribadian conscientiousness dengan konsumsi kafein. Dengan demikian kecenderungan konsumsi kopi yang dilandasi oleh gaya hidup hedonisme kemungkinan dapat dipengaruhi oleh harga diri dan kepribadian yang dimiliki.
Yasinta Astin Sokang
Published: 16 August 2019
Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku, Volume 3; doi:10.25077/jip.3.1.48-58.2019

Abstract:Abstrak. Gaya pengambilan keputusan konsumen memengaruhi pengambilan keputusan mereka. Dengan populasi yang didominasi oleh remaja, informasi tentang gaya pengambilan keputusan pelanggan berusia muda di Jakarta akan sangat membantu produsen dan distributor untuk merencanakan penjualan. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah mendeskripsikan gaya pengambilan keputusan mahasiswa di Jakarta. Kami berhipotesis bahwa gaya pengambilan keputusan membeli mahasiswa di Jakarta didominasi oleh (karakter) hedonis. Data dikumpulkan dengan Consumer Style Inventory (CSI) untuk menentukan gaya pengambilan keputusan partisipan. 284 mahasiswa dari usia 18 hingga 24 tahun berpartisipasi dalam penelitian ini. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa hipotesis kami ditolak. Gaya pengambilan keputusan mahasiswa Jakarta menggambarkan karakteristik kesadaran merek (85%) dan perfeksionis (84%). Rincian lebih lanjut dibahas dalam diskusi. Kata Kunci: Gaya pengambilan keputusan konsumen; Consumer Style Inventory (CSI); Mahasiswa Jakarta.
Adijanti Marheni, I Rustika Made, Luh Kadek Pande Ary Susilawati
Published: 5 January 2019
Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku, Volume 2, pp 118-130; doi:10.25077/jip.2.2.118-130.2018

Abstract:This research aimed to examine correlation between child-parent attachement and social skills in adolescent. Social skill is one of important parts in adolescent development, because adolescents are trying to build relationship beyond the family. One of the factors affecting social skills development among adolescent is the quality of attachment between child and parent. Hypothesis in this research stated that there is a correlation between child-parent attachment and adolescent’s social skills. Participants in this research were 164 high school students in Denpasar. Instruments used in this research were Social Skills Scale (α = 0,831) and Indonesian translated version of Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment (α = 0,941). The Result of this study showed positive correlation between the quality of child-parent attachment and adolescent’s social skills (r=0,323, p
Taufik Akbar Rizqi Yunanto
Published: 5 January 2019
Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku, Volume 2, pp 75-88; doi:10.25077/jip.2.2.75-88.2018

Abstract:. Mental health is an important issue related to adolescent in their life. One of activitiy done by adolescent to spend their free time both at home and at school is to play with friends. In addition, friends factor becomes one of the strengthening factors in adolescent mental health. This study aims to determine the role of emotional regulation and peers social support toward mental health. This research was conducted on 102 students from Senior High School Yogyakarta, varying from 15 – 18 years old. Data was collected using teacher’s role interview, teacher’s role questionnaire, Mental Health Scale (Y), Emotional Regulation (X1) scale, and Peers Social Support (X2) scale. Data was analyzed using Anova and multiple regression analysis. The results showed that there was a strong relationship (F = 66,628; p < 0,01) between emotional regulation and peers social support toward mental health. Based on the analysis of determination, obtained R2 of 0,574 or 57,4%. This shows that the percentage of contributions, both independent to dependent variables is equal to 57,4%. Further analysis is needed to find out the impact of emotional regulation and peers social support in improving mental health literacy.
Zulmi Ramdani, Bagus Hary Prakoso, Silmi Amrullah, Lidwina Felisima Tae, Feri Indra Irawan
Published: 5 January 2019
Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku, Volume 2; doi:10.25077/jip.2.2.107-117.2018

Abstract:Creativity is an important aspect in building a good culture of education. Good creativity is shown by the learning outcomes that not only focus on improving cognitive abilities but also on the process of solving a problem either by using divergent or convergent thinking skills. This study was carried out with descriptive quantitative. The study was conducted using two instruments, namely the creativity character scale consisting of 10 items and a set of Verbal Creativity Tests (TKV) consisting of six subtests. The total subjects involved in this study were 470 students who were divided into groups that got the character scale of creativity with the group given the verbal ability test. The results of the study, either through the creativity character scale or verbal creativity tests, show the acquisition of creativity scores which describes that there are still many individuals who have not been optimized in terms of creativity. This becomes a serious concern that can be anticipated by providing information about the importance of creativity. It is also built by creating an instrument that is more effective directly capturing the condition of one's creativity as a whole.
Novianthi Dian Purnamawati, Debora Eflina Purba
Published: 5 January 2019
Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku, Volume 2, pp 61-74; doi:10.25077/jip.2.2.61-74.2018

Abstract:This study aims to investigate the mediating effect of affective commitment in the relationship between perceived organizational support and turnover intention. Data were collected using paper-and-pencil survey on inbound Customer Service Officers (CSO) of a Contact Center X in Jakarta operating in service of electricity needs by phone calls (N = 96). Data were analyzed using Hayes PROCESS macro on SPSS software. Results showed that perceived organizational support was negatively related to turnover intention and positively related to affective commitment. Results also showed that affective commitment was negatively correlated with turnover intention. The mediation analysis showed that affective commitment fully mediated the relationship between perceived organizational support and turnover intention. The theoretical and practical implications of the study were further discussed.
Nurul Hidayah, Nissa Tarnoto, Ega Asnatasia Maharani
Published: 5 January 2019
Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku, Volume 2, pp 89-106; doi:10.25077/jip.2.2.89-106.2018

Abstract:Nowadays, there are many married couples in Indonesia who have not unable to nurture their children effectively. This study aims at developing curriculum on child nurturing for young couples to optimize their children’s growth. The implementation of the research will be done in multiyear. In the first year, the focus will be on the needs assessment on young couples related to some important issues. The subjects of the research will be 132 parents aged up to 30 years old who have been married for up to 5 years. The place of the research will be in four districts in DIY with focus group discussion (FGD) method as the main instrument. The FGD will be applied with Rapid Rural Appraisal (RRA) method. Data analysis using thematic analysis. The results showed that the profile of the young couple's needs on parenting consisted of five aspects: (1) the nurturing dimension consisting of physical, cognitive, and affective dimensions; (2) self-centered, child-centered, and parent-child parenting goals; (3) forms of care in the form of demand, control, response, and acceptance; (4) framework which includes nuclear family and extended family; and (5) how to overcome both internal and external parenting barriers.
Ardian Praptomojati
Published: 24 September 2018
Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku, Volume 2, pp 1-14; doi:10.25077/jip.2.1.1-14.2018

Abstract:Parental divorce can be a very stressful experience for adolescents. Adolescents will lose their parent figure and feel different atmosphere in the family. This study aimed to identify the psychological dynamics of adolescents that have experienced parental divorce developing into juvenile delinquency. This was a case study research. The subject of this study was a 13-year-old boy with divorced parent and lived in an orphanage. Data were collected through observations, interviews, and psychological tests. The result revealed that juvenile delinquency happens because of the need of gaining attention from others. The wrong mindset "I will get attention if I commit juvenile delinquency and disturb others" became the basis of the subject’s socially inappropriate behaviors. It was the way to compensate his inferior feelings to the environment.
Garvin Garvin
Published: 24 September 2018
Jurnal Ilmu Perilaku, Volume 2, pp 54-60; doi:10.25077/jip.2.1.54-60.2018

Abstract:Sexual behavior on dating in adolescents dating is increasingly apprehensive. Various data shows that adolescents in Jakarta have done sexual intercourse before marriage. The adolescents are willing to have sex with his/her girlfriend/boyfriend based on various reasons, such as forced by boyfriend/girlfriend, feel ready to do it, need to be loved, or afraid of being teased by friends (Santrock in Sarwono, 2013). The study intends to know the relationship between self-esteem and conformity with adolescents’ sexual behavior on dating. The study participants of 137 Jakarta adolescents who had been dating before (69.3% were female) were included in the study. Research participants were asked to fill the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale that has been adapted into Bahasa Indonesia, assertivity scale, and sexual behavior scale. All the three scales are filled online and anonymous to convince research participants to answer honestly. The results of this study indicate that there is no significant relationship between self-esteem and adolescent sexual behavior (p = 0.364> 0.05; rs = 0.078) and there is a significant relationship between conformity with adolescent sexual behavior in dating (p = 0.043