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Neliti is Indonesia’s largest research repository. It is a valuable tool for NGOs, research organisations and universities to disseminate reports, raw data and journal articles across the archipelago.

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Psychology of Fashion: Fenomena Perempuan [Melepas] Jilbab

Psychological analysis on reasons for Indonesian Muslim women to wear or not head cover as an Islamic identity.

Social-Psychological-Health Predictors of Fondness of Arkenstone among Indonesians

Arkenstone fever is a phenomenon of a sudden boost of interest among many Indonesians towards the stones during 2014-2015. Accessories…

Attitudes toward risk, social dominance orientation and perceived scarcity of the opposite sex on Indonesian woman migrant workers

This study aimed to determine the role of social dominance orientation and perceived scarcity of the opposite sex in predicting…

Impulsive buying, cultural values dimensions, and symbolic meaning of money: A study on college students in Indonesia’s capital city and its surrounding

Impulsive buying is an interesting research topic for psychologists and economists for its practical implications in the daily lives of…

The Mediating Role of Social Competition Identity Management Strategy in the Predictive Relationship between Susceptibility to Social Influence, Internet Privacy Concern, and Online Political Efficacy

There are few psychotechnological researches in political world in Indonesia, whereas Indonesia will enter “Year of Politics” by General Election…

Social Comparison as a Predictor of Shame Proneness Dimensions

This study aimed to examine the role of social comparison in predicting two dimensions of a moral emotion, i.e. shame,…

Corruptive Tendencies, Conscientiousness, and Collectivism

This research investigated the relation between conscientiousness, collectivism, and corrupt tendency–which is represented by moral emotions (shame and guilt proneness).…

No Harm No Foul Behavior and Consumption Motivation Among Indonesian Students

Large scale corruption could start from everyday unethical daily behavior. Due to its “everyday” nature, the effects of such behavior…