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Hubungan antara Berpikir Positif dengan Penerimaan Diri pada Remaja Penyandang Cacat Tubuh Akibat Kecelakaan

akhmad, nur Hubungan antara Berpikir Positif dengan Penerimaan Diri pada Remaja Penyandang Cacat Tubuh Akibat Kecelakaan. Journal. ISSN 1693-7236

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Abstract

Abstract : The purpose of this research was to examine empirically the relationship between positive thinking with self acceptance. Subject were adolescence, aged 18-24 years old who have physical defect caused by accident. Data collecting by self-acceptance scale dan skala berpikir positif. and positive thinking scale. Data analysis was used product moment correlation of Pearson. Data analysis shows the coefficient correlation between positive thinking and self acceptance was 0,696 and p = 0,000 (p<0,01). It means there are significant positive relationship between positive thinking and self-acceptance on the adolescence who has physical defect caused by accident. The higher positive thinking, the higher self-acceptance of the adolescence who have physical defect caused by accident. The lower positive thinking, the lower self-acceptance of the adolescence who has physical defect caused by accident. Positive thinking gives effective contribution to self-acceptance as well as 48,4 %. The rest 51,6% are from another variables that influence self-acceptance. Keyword : positive thinking, self acceptance.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology (Fakultas Psikologi) > S1-Psychology (S1-Psikologi)
Depositing User: Nur Akhmad H
Date Deposited: 03 Jun 2011 04:11
Last Modified: 03 Jun 2011 04:11
URI: http://eprints.uad.ac.id/id/eprint/94

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