Journal Description

INSPIRA: Indonesian Journal of Psychological Research
Abbreviation: INSPIRA: Indonesian J. Psy. Res.
Editor-in-Chief: Dedy Surya
ISSN: 2722-7642 (e) | 2722-7634 (p)
DOI Prefix: 10.32505/inspira by
Type of peer-review: Double-blind
Indexing: DOAJ and view more
Frequency: 2 issues/year (June & December)
Journal History: See Journal History
Publisher: Institut Agama Islam Negeri Langsa in collaboration with Asosiasi Psikologi Islam Himpunan Psikologi Indonesia (API-HIMPSI)

INSPIRA: Indonesian Journal of Psychological Research accepts empirical-research articles on any psychology-related subjects and any research methodology (i.e., experimental, observational, ethnographic, survey, interpretive) corresponding to the area of psychology or behavioral science that meet the standard publication in this journal that fall within the Islamic context. The broad range of Islamic contexts published by the journal includes, but not limited to, research in Muslim populations, mental health issue preventions, mental health interventions in Islamic traditions, etc. INSPIRA: Indonesian Journal of Psychological Research invites manuscripts in the area of: 1) abnormal and clinical psychology; 2) behavioral and cognitive neuroscience; 3) counseling psychology and psychotherapy; 4) community and social psychology; 5) developmental and life span psychology; 6) educational and school psychology; 7) health psychology and behavioral medicine; 8) industrial and organizational psychology; 9) methods, measurement, and assessment; and 10) positive and indigenous psychology

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Vol 3 No 1 (2022): Vol. 3 No. 1 June 2022

All articles in this issue (5 articles) were authored/co-authored by 11 authors from 5 affiliations:
Department of Applied Psychology, Lahore College for Women University, Lahore, Pakistan
Department of Psychology, Al-Azhar University, Gaza, Palestine
Department of Psychology, Universitas Syiah Kuala, Aceh, Indonesia
Department of Psychology, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Department of Psychology, Universitas Putra Indonesia YPTK Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia

Published: Jun 16, 2022

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