Psikis : Jurnal Psikologi Islami 2020-12-28T08:55:36+00:00 Iredho Fani Reza Open Journal Systems <p>Psikis : Jurnal Psikologi Islami is a scientific journal published by Faculty of Psychology of State Islamic University (UIN) Raden Fatah Palembang. The papers to be published in Journal of Islamic Psychology is a kind of article of research (quantitative or qualitative research approach), literature study or original ideas that are considered to contribute to the development of general psychology and Islamic Psychology especially with the theme of integration of Psychology and Islamic either by individual or by groups. It is published twice a year, in June and in December. There are two version of publication; print out (p) with ISSN: <a href="">2502-728X</a> and electronic (e) with ISSN Online: <a href="">2549-6468</a>.</p> Religious Behavior And Self-Defense Method: A Study Of Patient With Bipolar Disorder 2020-12-28T08:15:30+00:00 Wiwik Setiyani <p>Human life is dynamic in maintaining the balance of their soul. Life problems such as family conflict have an impact on mental balance. This study analyzed a bipolar patient, based on the result of observation, in-depth interviews, and relevant documents from one of the mental hospitals. Freud and Jung were chosen as a method for analyzing the concept of self-defense. The purpose of the study was to analyze bipolar psychiatric condition by finding the factors that influenced it. The findings revealed that life experience formed spirituality with <em>zikir</em> continually and practiced prayer despite the bipolar condition. Self-defense by continuing to maintain religious behavior as religious healing is one of the alternative solutions by involving the role of the family.</p> 2020-12-28T02:52:09+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Spirituality: The Core Of Attitude With Social Awareness 2020-12-28T07:20:05+00:00 Halim Purnomo Firman Mansir <p><strong>The individuals’ spiritual step is tightly enough with </strong><strong>attitude</strong><strong> and personality. The better of the spiritual, the better of the habit and personality are. This can be caused by defining the life in which there are running to always orientate on their process and purpose of life, it is achieving a better life. This article use</strong><strong>d</strong><strong> library research from previous studies which explored the changing </strong><strong>attitude</strong><strong> and social awareness of human on spiritual value. This is aimed to explain the core of the changing human’s </strong><strong>attitude</strong><strong> with social awareness through the spiritual dimension. Then, to support the explanation, this article is completed with academic debate on the involvement spiritual dimension toward the changing human’s </strong><strong>attitude</strong><strong> and social awareness. In this article, it will be explained that the changing of human </strong><strong>attitude</strong><strong> and social awareness </strong><strong>that </strong><strong>will directly be guided to the better one and always coupled with the spiritualist step through the dimension.</strong></p> 2020-12-28T03:08:07+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## The Dynamics of Inner Peace of Delinkuen Students Through a Religious Approach 2020-12-28T07:47:15+00:00 Ati Kusmawati Cholichul Hadi Nur‘ainy Fardana N <p>This research aims to observe how the process of inner peace that owned by the students with behavior of misbehavior in school through religious approach. The method used is an intrinsic case study that aims to understand the intrinsic characteristics of a particular case as well. Participants in this research are five students in one of Junior High School in Jakarta. The researcher conduct interview in depth and provide mentoring through religious approach, namely mentoring and coaching to reading and studying the Qur'an (Juz 30) for these students who are guided by teachers who have the ability to teach reading the Qur'an, followed by related meanings contained in the letter of Qur'an that are read (worship, morals and values of life) and sharing. The result is that students do not have a sense of comfort in learning and performing actions that interfere with the learning atmosphere. Through religious approach (mentoring and guidance), this meeting was held, where each individual sharing from heart to heart, studentsing look more open in expressing personal issues and students with behavior <em>Delinquent </em>need attention and handling is different. Through this religious approach, the student feeling comfortable valued and heard what perceived. They are feeling closer to God and have the awareness to change for the better; the existence of the school's communication with parents intensively to figure out the conditions of the students at school; the availability of school facilities that can make students comfortable in learning and positive activity appropriate talent and their interest.</p> 2020-12-28T03:24:53+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Six Basic Energy Management At Middle-Aged Adults Moslem 2020-12-28T07:20:06+00:00 Raras Sutatminingsih <p>This research aims to examine how Six Basic Energy Management (physical, instinctive, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and transcendental energy) in middle-aged individuals in Medan, then it is studied based on existing theories and research results. This research was conducted using quantitative descriptive methods. The population in this research were middle-aged adults, aged between 40-59 years old, Muslim and living in the Medan. Sampling is done by using purposive sampling technique. This research uses a Six Basic Energy management scale which is modified based on the Six Basic Energy Management concept from Suryanto (2008). The results showed that the respondents generally had six basic energy management which was in the quite constructive category, where the analysis of the management of each dimension of six basic energy (physical energy, instinctive, intellectual, emotional, spiritual and transcendental) in the research respondents was in a fairly constructive category. It means that the respondents are able to manage the Six Basic Energy they have so they can be profitable in their lives. It means that the respondents are able to manage their Six Basic Energy so they can be profitable in their lives.</p> 2020-12-28T03:37:13+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## The Adversity Quotient Of Pesantren Students: The Effects Of Academic Stress, Emotional Intelligence, Academic Self-Concept and Social Supports 2020-12-28T07:54:23+00:00 Rena Latifa Lia Amaliyatul Islami <p>The life of students at Pesantren is usually filled with a dense series of activities, requiring high discipline, accompanied by demands to master knowledge and the implementation of religious values. Such activities are special features of Pesantren education which must be carried out by students every day so that such activities become challenges that must be faced by students. The foregoing sometimes makes students have difficulties in learning processes at Pesantren. The difficulties range from academic pressure to the process of making adjustments to Pesantren environment. Adversity quotient is considered an important concept in students’ mental development. Students’ success and failure in education can be determined by the extent of adversity quotient. Hence, this study aimed to examine the predictors of students’ adversity quotient formation, namely: academic stress, emotional intelligence, academic self-concept, and social supports. Respondents in this study were 268 students of grade VII, VIII, and IX at Pesantren Daar El-Qolam. Sampling deployed a non-probability sampling method using a purposive sampling technique. The validity of measuring instruments was tested by Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA). Data analysis used multiple regression analysis. The results of this study indicated that academic stress, emotional intelligence, academic self-concept, and social supports had significant joint effects on adversity quotient as high as 41.0%, the rest was influenced by errors or other factors which were not examined in this study.</p> 2020-12-28T04:15:15+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Characteristics Of Professional Teacher: A Psychological Review Of The Personality Of Prophet Muhammad Saw 2020-12-28T08:55:36+00:00 Sutarto Sutarto Dewi Purnama Sari <p>This study aims to reflect on the Prophet Muhammad saw’s personality as a professional teacher from a psychological perspective to be understood and implemented by education personnel in carrying out their profession, both at school and outside of school. This research is library research, a study whose data comes from books, scientific journals, regulations, and research results. The analysis used is descriptive analysis with a reflective thinking approach. The results showed that Prophet Muhammad saw was a professional plus teacher because he had mastered and implemented three-plus competencies, namely personal religious competence, social religious competence, and spiritual pedagogical competence. This completeness is transcendental values. If these three plus professional competencies are owned, internalized, and implemented by the teacher, then the arrangement will change student behavior for the better.</p> 2020-12-28T04:27:17+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## The Effect Of Family Functioning On Moral Disengagement In Adolescents Mediated By Religiosity 2020-12-28T07:20:06+00:00 Eri Yudhani Fuad Nashori Muhamad Uyun <p>This study aimed to observe the correlation of family functionality and moral disengagement among the adolescents mediated by religiosity. It involved the adolescents (N =263) aged from 13 to 17 years old. The measurement tools used in this study included the scale of family functionality using family assessment device (FAD) made by Epstein et al. (1983), The scale of Indonesian-Psychological Measurement of Islamic Religiousness (I-PMIR) arranged by Salsabila et al.&nbsp; (2019), and Mechanisms of Moral Disengagement developed by Bandura et al. (1996). Correlation coefficient showed that the family functionality was correlated with religiosity and moral disengagement. In contrast, religiosity was negatively correlated with moral disengagement. Analysis used Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) program AMOS 24, The results of this study showed that the religiosity fully mediated the correlation of family functionality and moral disengagement. The implementation of this study showed that to decrease the level of moral disengagement among adolescents there should be the involvement of communication among the family members and parents need to embed the religious values in family and make the adolescents to habitually do the order that has been suggested by religion<em>.</em></p> 2020-12-28T05:33:08+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Psychological Well-Being Differences Between PNS Lecturers And Non-PNS Lecturers At UIN Raden Fatah Palembang 2020-12-28T07:56:00+00:00 Listya Istiningtyas <p>There are two permanent lecturers at UIN Raden Fatah Palembang, namely PNS (Civil Servant) and Non-PNS (Non-Civil Servant) lecturers, but for Non-PNS lecturers there are differences in treatment and legal uncertainty in that status. This study focuses on knowing the differences in psychological well-being between PNS and Non-PNS lecturers at UIN Raden Fatah Palembang. This research is a comparative quantitative study. From 25% of the population the number of research subjects is 125 people (81 PNS lecturers and 44 Non-PNS lecturers). The measuring tool uses for the dimensions of psychological well-being is a modified scale and adapted from Ryff and Keyes (1995). The data analysis method used was the Independent Sample t-test using SPSS 24.0. The result of hypothesis test shows a significance value that states Ha is accepted and H0 is rejected. In conclusion, there is a significant difference between the psychological well-being of PNS lecturers and non-PNS lecturers at UIN Raden Fatah. The mean variant of Non-PNS lecturers is also smaller, meaning that the psychological well-being of PNS lecturers is higher than Non-PNS lecturers.</p> 2020-12-28T05:51:26+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Religious Coping And Self-Acceptance Of Veterans With Physical Disabilities 2020-12-28T07:29:44+00:00 Zarina Akbar Rahma Aulia <p>This research aims to determine the effect of religious coping on the self-acceptance of veterans who have physical disabilities. This research uses quantitative approach method by utilizing the method of <em>ex post facto</em><em>.</em> The religious coping method used is the <em>Brief RCOPE</em><em>,</em> and the self-acceptance method used is the <em>Berger’s Self Acceptance</em>. &nbsp;The result of this research shows that there is a significant effect of religious coping on the self-acceptance of the veterans who have physical disabilities. The result implies that a psychology mentoring program is needed. It is a program which enabling the veterans who have physical disabilities to reach an optimal condition in terms of self-acceptance and psychological mental prosperity.</p> 2020-12-28T06:58:53+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement## Critical Review: Emotion: A Religio-Psychological Explanation Of Human Emotions In The Qur’an From Darwis Hude 2020-12-28T08:13:49+00:00 Amiruddin Nahrawi <p>The dissertation written by M. Darwis Hude entitled "Human Emotions in the Qur’an: Study through a Psychological Approach" is an effort to explore and formulate the concept of emotions that exist in the Qur’an. This study aims to conduct a critical review of the work of Darwis Hude in order to develop a scientific concept, particularly on the study of emotions in the Qur’an. This research is a qualitative research with a critical review study method which aims to evaluate, review, interpret and analyze the contents of an article or book by considering the strengths and the weaknesses of a work. The results of the study found that Hude's dissertation which is explicitly psychological and theological in nature becomes the spirit of studying the essence and noble values ​​of the Qur’an. In terms of the preparation and writing of the book, it is quite interesting to study but it needs a comprehensive development with other branches of science. In addition, Hude in explaining verses related to emotions tends not to use the interpretation or views of the cleric. In terms of number of pages, there are several chapters that are less efficient but the last two chapters are quite ideal for important discussions. Then in terms of references Hude has balanced using relevant references, including books. It's just that the views of the clerics or their interpretations are less emphasized.</p> 2020-12-28T07:04:57+00:00 ##submission.copyrightStatement##