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 2 Year 2021

 

Al-Qalb : Jurnal Psikologi Islam Volume 12 Issue 2 the Year 2021 has been published.

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Posted: 2021-09-30
 
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Vol 13, No 1 (2022)

The latest edition of Al-Qalb: Jurnal Psikologi Islam has been published. This edition contains 6 articles. The first article discusses the effect of self-efficacy on self-directed learning in junior high school students. The result shows that the effect of self-efficacy that students have with self-directed learning. The next article is a qualitative research that looks at the picture of gratitude for people with physical disabilities. The results of his research show that the factor that affects gratitude is joy, then looking at people who are lower, by seeing this can be grateful for the blessings that have been given and those closest to them.
The third article is an experimental study that looks at the effect of Tuning into kids training to improve emotion coaching abilities in mothers who have early childhood children. Mother's emotion coaching will affect how the child's emotional development in the future.
The next article discusses the description of the meaning of sibling relationships in adolescents who grow up with siblings with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The next article is a quantitative study that looks at the effect of communication between parents and adolescents on pathological internet use. The study was conducted on adolescents aged 18-21 years. The last article is a case study to see self-efficacy in deaf adolescents who excel.
The articles published in this edition are written by authors from various institutions and backgrounds so that they will provide new learning for readers. Happy reading and enjoying our latest edition.

Table of Contents

Articles

Dani - Yoselisa
1-15
GAMBARAN KEBERSYUKURAN PADA PENYANDANG TUNA DAKSA
DOI : 10.15548/alqalb.v13i1.3683 | Abstract views : 39 times | PDF (Bahasa Indonesia) : 53 times
Martha Soraya Putra, Ahmad Muhammad Diponegoro, Yuzarion Yuzarion
16-27
Mai Tiza Husna, Tri Kurniati Ambarini
PDF
28-38
Fitria Eka Annisa, Indah Andika Octavia, Maria Goretti Adiyanti
39-51
The Effects of Parent-Adolescent Communication on Pathological Internet Use
DOI : 10.15548/alqalb.v13i1.3889 | Abstract views : 84 times | PDF (Bahasa Indonesia) : 27 times
Novia Fetri Aliza
52-65
Hasneli Hasneli, Putri Putri, Masnida Khairat
66-74