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Islamic Religious Activity, Circadian Rythms And Student Achievement

Ahmad, Muhammad Diponegoro (2011) Islamic Religious Activity, Circadian Rythms And Student Achievement. In: International Conference and The 3rd of Congress of Association of IslamicPsychology (The Role of Islamic Psychology in the Effort of Increasing Life Quality). UIN Malang Press, Malang, pp. 23-33. ISBN 978-602-958-389-2

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Abstract

Apparently, the research the relationships between Islamic religious activity, circadian rhythms, and academic achievement, is in students. The aim of this research was to perform an Islamic activity intervention toward students' circadian rythms in early day among the university students. Efficiency on a variety of tasks has been shown to follow the body's daily circadian rythm. The university day favors the academic achievement of the morning-active student whose temperature cycle peaks eraly in the day and discriminates againts the student with a later rythm. T test of data from 66 students in guidance counseling departementfound a significant relationship between time of maximum alertness using Islamic religious activity and grade average p (t= 15,649; p= 0.000). The morning-active students with Islamic activity (reading, writing and understanding qur'an) had higher academic achievement than those who are not. The finding has implications for modifying the daily university schedule. The findings also suggest that Islamic religious activity, as positive intervention to improve students' circadian rythm.

Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology (Fakultas Psikologi) > S1-Psychology (S1-Psikologi)
Depositing User: Ahmad Muhammad Diponegoro
Date Deposited: 02 Sep 2016 07:16
Last Modified: 02 Sep 2016 07:16
URI: http://eprints.uad.ac.id/id/eprint/3522

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