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Author Guidelines

TERM OF WRITING

JURNAL ILMIAH PSIKOLOGI TERAPAN (JIPT)

FACULTY OF PSYCHOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF MUHAMMADIYAH

 

All authors are required to follow the term of writing as the following structure; Title, Identity, Abstract, Keyword / Keywords, Introduction, Basis Theory, Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions and Implications, and Bibliography.

Title
Created concisely, creative and able to attract readers, but still reflects the content of the text.

 

Identity
Full name (not shortened), the origin of institution, and e-mail address of the author (for correspondence purpose).

 

Abstract
Written in Indonesian and English. Without the written word "Abstract". Described directly, which include: the background and purpose of the research, research methods, and research results, there must be no citations and references theory. Should not be more than 200 words.

 

Keywords
Fill the keywords contain important concept in the study.

 

Introduction
Without the written word "introduction". Described directly, which include: 1) background underlying the emergence of the study, 2) the importance issue of the study, and 3) benefits investigated. Consist at least 3 international journals and elaborated between 3-4 pages.

 

Basis Theory

Without the written word "Basis Theory". Described various theories and conceptual explanation of the variables. Theory or conceptual explanation must come from reliable sources both in terms of the credibility of the author and publisher.

 

If there is a hypothesis, then the hypothesis should be concise statement regarding the relationship or influence of the results studies refer to the conceptual framework that is composed by theoretical study. Elaborated between 1-2 pages.

 

Research Methods

Research methods consist of the research design, the research subject, variables, research Instruments and data analysis procedures. Elaborated between 2-3 pages.

 

Research Result

  • Description of the measurement results (ex: frequency, average, and standard deviation)
  • The result of the relationship/influence/test model (ex: bivariate correlation, Partial Correlation, Linear/Non-Linear, Regression, Independent-Samples T-Test, Paired-Samples T-Test, Analysis of Variance, Repeated, Measures, Discriminant Analysis, Chi-Square, Structural Equation Model, Factor Analysis, Multidimensional Scaling, and so on).
  • Qualitative research is presented in the form of patterns, themes, trends, and patterns emerge from the data.
  • Elaborated between 5-9 pages.

 

Discussion
The discussion contains description of the results obtained. The explanation could be to support a theory or contradicts the theory. Furthermore, the discussion section explains the rationalization of the things that cause the results support or contradict the theory. Elaborated  between 2-3 pages.

 

Conclusions and Implications

Conclusions explains the answer to the problem formulation or the formulation of hypotheses; expressed in clear and concise sentences. The implications are given based on the results / findings of the study. Conclusions and implications should not be more than one page.

 

Bibliography

  • References must be at least 10-20 literature including 5 international journals.
  • Reference is written with Times New Roman, 1 spacing, font 12, aligned left and right, parallel to the background.
  • Writing rule of the reference following the American Psychologist Association (APA) latest edition.

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in Microsoft Word document file format (rtf).
  3. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
 

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