The title should be short, simple, and attractive.

An abstract is a concise and comprehensive summary of scientific articles. Abstracts can help readers understand the contents of articles easily and quickly. Therefore, the abstract must be made as attractive as possible so that the reader is interested in reading the entire article. A good abstract must be accurate, non-evaluative, coherent and readable, and concise. The abstract must contain: 1. the problem under investigation, in one sentence if possible; 2. research objectives; 3. research subjects/participants include the number, sampling/recruitment techniques, and special characteristics such as age, gender, race or ethnicity, or other relevant; 4. research methods (approaches, data collection methods, data collection tools, data analysis methods); 5. research results; 6. conclusions and implications or applications. The abstract contains a narrative consisting of one paragraph (200-250 words) without indentation and uses left and right-aligned. The abstract is on the second page after the title page. The label "Abstract" starts with a capital letter and is followed by lowercase letters, the margin is justified, and is on the top line of the page. The abstract should not contain any citation and abbreviation.

Written in alphabetical order. Keywords consist of 3-5 words or phrases that are typed in italic, not bold, and each of them is separated by a semicolon (;) and followed by space.

The introduction consists of several paragraphs that contain: the problem, the importance of the problem to be studied, a relevant literature review, a hypothesis, or a research question. The problem under study can contain an explanation of the phenomena that are the reasons why the problems raised in the research proposal are considered interesting, important, and need to be investigated.
Furthermore, the introduction also includes studies related to previous relevant research. Previous research findings must relate to the topic of research to be conducted. The author is expected to be able to explain the research gap or the relationship between research conducted and other studies on the same topic.
Besides, the introduction also contains the purpose of research (in the form of a unified paragraph, not sub-section). The purpose of the research (in the form of a unified paragraph, not sub-section). The purpose of the research explains the focus of research carried out to fill the gaps of previous findings. Then it is followed by research implications that contain theoretical and practical implications. Review of literature must be merged into introduction.
The introduction ends with a research hypothesis or question. The introduction contains a minimum of 20 references from the last 10 years of research journals, 80% of which are primary sources.
Introduction until references are written with the font type Calisto MT 12 and 1.15 spacing, Justify. Use A4 (210 mm x 297 mm) paper size, top margin 27 mm, bottom 27 mm, left and right 27 mm. Write the introduction descriptively, avoid using numbering and pointers. Numbering allowed for example, (1) numbering inside brackets; (2) and in paragraphs, not multi-leveled.

The method explains in detail how the research was carried out. The type of research used will determine the method used in the study. The method in the quantitative approach contains a description of the identification of variables; population, sample, and sampling techniques; data collection methods and tools; instrument validation; and data analysis methods.
Furthermore, the method in a qualitative approach includes several related matters: an explanation of the form of the qualitative approach taken; research participants; data collection methods and tools; validation and transferability; and data analysis methods. The method is written descriptively in the form of paragraphs.

Findings and Discussion
The content of the findings and discussion is an explanation of the research findings, linked to the results of previous studies and critically analyzed based on the latest relevant literature. The findings and discussion can also be done by contrasting the research findings that have been done with the results of the author's research.
The weaknesses of research in this journal can be included at the end of the discussion with suggestions to improve it in future studies. Tables/charts/figures can be displayed.

The contents of the conclusions are the answers to the research objectives and not a summary of the results of the study. Conclusions are concise, clear, and compact. Conclusions are made in the form of paragraphs (not numerical), and further highlight new things that contribute to the development of the science of psychology, their implications in life take precedence. Suggestions should not be written at conclusions.

Indicate source of finding or help received in carrying out your study and/or preparing the manuscript if any before the references.

The reference list contains everything referenced in the text that comes from sources that; (a) relevant, (b) a minimum number of 20 source references with 80% coming from journal articles in the last 10 years. Reference format refers to the American Psychological Association (APA) 7th Ed of 2020 (https://apastyle.apa.org/products/publication-manual-7th-edition). Write References using Mendeley.