Al-Qalb : Jurnal Psikologi Islam

Al-Qalb : Jurnal Psikologi Islam was first published in August 2008 as part of the Journal Work Program of the Faculty of Ushuluddin IAIN Imam Bonjol Padang. The publication of this journal is a response to the high interest of academics and researchers to participate in the development and dissemination of research results in the field of psychology. This journal was vacuumed in 2012 and re-published in 2013.


Since 2015, Al-Qalb : Jurnal Psikologi Islam has been managed directly by the Journal Team of the Islamic Psychology Study Program. This journal is expected to be a forum for the academic community of the Islamic Psychology Study Program which consists of lecturers and students in developing knowledge as well as using it to improve the quality of community life. In addition, we hope this journal can be used by lecturers to publish their research. For students, this journal can be used to broadening their knowledge, especially in the field of Islamic Psychology as well as encouraging the enthusiasm for conducting research and disseminating the results among universities.


Al-Qalb: Jurnal Psikologi Islam is published two times a year (March and September) and publishes 8 articles in each edition. Al-Qalb: Jurnal Psikologi Islam has been accredited (SINTA 5) by Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education (Certificate No. 36/E/KPT/2019). The accreditation was established in early 2019 and lasts for 5-year period.

 

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Publishing Articles: New Publishing Al-Qalb: Jurnal Psikologi Islam Volume 12 Issue 1 Year 2021

 

Al-Qalb : Jurnal Psikologi Islam Volume 12 Issue 1 the Year 2021 has been published.

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Posted: 2021-04-06
 
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Vol 12, No 1 (2021)

This edition consists of 8 articles. The first article discusses Malik Badri's criticism of modern psychology, especially the paradigm of psychoanalysis and behaviorism. The next article analyzes the effectiveness of the team based on team metrics developed by Woodcock &Francus (2008). The third article discusses the psychological preparedness of respondents to disasters in term of the aspect of self efficacy and religious coping. The next article discusses about relationship between sense of belonging and homesickness in new students in boarding schools. Furthermore, an article was also presented that discussed the relationship of religiosity and academic resilience of students in the Ilamic Psychology’s perspective. The next article discusses the effectiveness of mindfulness training to improve quality of life in people with HIV/AIDS. The next article also discusses the resilience in different settings that resilience of the villagers after the conflict with the villagers of Sleman ini Kerinci.The last article discusses the effect of communication skills on the work readiness of graduates of West Sumatera

Table of Contents

Articles

Jarman Arroisi, Iqbal Maulana Alfiansyah, Martin Putra Perdana
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1-13
Kitara Harumi, Anissa Lestari Kadiyono
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14-27
Arini Mayang Fa'uni, Raden Rachmy Diana
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28-38
Mita Lestari
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39-50
Firyal Nadhifah, Karimulloh Karimulloh
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51-60
Rahma Putri Ramadhani, Fuad Nashori, Retno Kumolohadi
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61-70
Agung Iranda
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71-83
Dhila Izza Angraini, Murisal Murisal, Widia Sri Ardias
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84-100