Ali Mashuri

Ali Mashuri
Brawijaya University · Department of Psychology

PhD

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August 2013 - August 2017
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
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  • PhD Student
January 2012 - present
Brawijaya University
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  • Teaching staff
January 2011 - present
Brawijaya University
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  • Lecturer

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COVID-19 telah menjadi pandemi, penyakit menular yang menyebar secara luas di berbagai belahan dunia. Sebagai permasalahan global, penanganan COVID-19 dengan demikian memerlukan solidaritas dan kerjasama lintas-negara. Ironi muncul ketika dalam mereaksi pandemi, yang menguat adalah bentuk nasionalisme sempit yang lebih mementingkan negara sendiri,...
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We tested how Muslim participants identify speeches as hate speech or not, and whether they thought an apology from the speakers is needed. In Studies 1a (N = 209) and 1b (N = 183), participants were asked about a speech delivered by a prominent ingroup figure showed that hate, meta‐hate, and collective narcissism tended to identify a prejudiced sp...
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Data berdistribusi normal merupakan idealitas dalam suatu penelitian kuantitatif. Kenyataannya, apa yang seharusnya dicapai tersebut seringkali berkebalikan dengan hasil-hasil penelitian. Beberapa hal menjadi sumber penyebab, mulai dari jumlah data yang relatif sedikit dan ciri-khas data yang memang tidak memungkinkan berdistribusi normal. Statis...
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Although the COVID-19 vaccine has been recommended as the safer and more effective prevention forCOVID-19 disease relative to other alternative medications, yet across the globe, many people are resistant to receivingit. Setting out to explain such a paradox, we conducted an online survey among a sample of Indonesians (N = 4758)when the World Healt...
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Nielsen et al. (1) argue that Van Doesum et al. (2) need to consider three points for their interpretation of a positive association between individual-level social mindfulness (SoMi) and environmental performance (EPI) at the country level (3). The association is weaker when 1) it is controlled for GDP and 2) when the data of three countries are r...
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Tujuh artikel empiris telah dipublikasikan dalam Mediapsi edisi Desember 2021, volume 7 nomor 2. Topik yang dibahas dalam masing-masing artikel cukup bervariasi. Topik artikel pertama merupakan studi eksperimen dengan temuan bahwa career decision-making course (CDMC) efektif dalam mengurangi kesulitan siswa dalam menentukan karier mereka. Sementara...
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The present work proposed victimisation-by-ingroup consciousness as a novel concept, which denotes that intragroup violence or wrongdoings by some group members victimise other members of the same group and may elicit sense of physical, material, cultural, and psychological sufferings among the victim members. Applying this concept to the context o...
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Humans are social animals, but not everyone will be mindful of others to the same extent. Individual differences have been found, but would social mindfulness also be shaped by one’s location in the world? Expecting cross-national differences to exist, we examined if and how social mindfulness differs across countries. At little to no material cost...
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In December 2019, the International Court of Justice (ICJ) accused the Myanmar government of genocide against Rohingya Muslims. Represented by Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi, Myanmar authorities denied such accusations. To understand how a political leader can deny ingroup wrongdoings, we unpacked Suu Kyi’s ICJ speech and analyzed her de...
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This research set out to examine the role of negative evaluations of national ethics in escalating Islamic radicalism. To this end, we conducted three studies among samples of Muslims in Indonesia. In Study 1b involving 610 participants, we tested in an explorative way the latent structure or the number of dimensions of negative evaluations of nati...
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The study aimed to describe the dynamics of religious awareness experience, religious maturity, religious conversion, and factors that influence religiosity among Muslim minorities in Purbo, Pekalongan, Central Java, Indonesia. it employed a qualitative descriptive research method within which the informants were selected using snowball sampling. T...
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Dalam volume 7 nomor 1 tahun 2021 ini, Mediapsi mempublikasikan tujuh artikel empiris dengan topik dan metode penelitian yang bervariasi. Artikel pertama menerapkan metode kualitatif untuk meneliti adaptasi atau penyesuaian-diri mahasiswa yang kuliah sambil bekerja. Artikel kedua mengangkat tema atau topik tentang academic burnout di kalangan mahas...
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Politics in the current era are replete with unreliable media stories which lack evidence, sometimes disparagingly dubbed ‘fake news’. A survey on a sample of Muslims in Indonesia (N = 518) in this work found that participants’ endorsement of collective action in of support issues with little to no empirical evidence (i.e., post-truth collective ac...
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Siswa, yang dalam hal ini anak-anak, yang hidup di jaman sekarang ini, memasuki sebuah era yang dikenal dengan istilah era digital ataupun era milenial. Anak-anak milenial ini disebut juga sebagai Generasi Y, yang diartikan sebagai kelompok usia atau cohort yang lahir setelah tahun 1981 (Brosdahl & Carpenter, 2011). Ciri khas Generasi Y adalah gen...
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Sejumlah negara di belahan dunia ini tentu memiliki permasalahan-permasalahan nasional yang tidak mudah untuk dipecahkan. Salah satu dari permasalahan ini adalah gerakan dan konflik separatis, yang di era global saat ini membawakan sebuah paradoks (Mashuri & van Leeuwen, 2018). Di satu sisi, globalisasi memberikan sebuah trend dimana negara-negara...
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In this introduction, the editor-in-chief briefly described the topic of seven empirical articles that have been published in Mediapsi volume 6 number 2, 2020. Broadly speaking, the topics of the articles in this edition varied, from those of clinical psychology to educational psychology, and social psychology. The first article examined the role b...
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The present work aimed to examine the psychological mechanism by which an openness to accept ingroup actions that can threaten the existence of outgroups, which is referred to as acknowledgments of threatening ingroup actions, plays a role in tackling extremism and violent radicalism in the name of Islam in Indonesia. A correlational survey among a...
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Victims of natural or humanitarian disasters sometimes resist aid offered to them, resulting in slower recovery among victims, and feelings of rejection among aid offerers. We present two studies conducted in Indonesia that investigated motives for spurning offers of humanitarian aid. Both studies showed that beliefs in developed countries’ conspir...
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In separatist conflict, the majority group and the separatist group alternate in their roles as victim and perpetrator. We examined how framing prior ingroup wrongdoings in terms of violations of moral ideals or violations of moral obligations affects the majority’s willingness to reconcile with the separatist group. We conducted a field experiment...
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Islamic moderateness is said to be one of the key factors that contribute to the promotion of peace in Muslim societies. We present an empirical study conducted in Indonesia (N = 299) that assessed Islamic political moderateness and examined its role in explaining Muslims’ tolerance towards non-Muslims, as well as the first group’s support for maki...
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Separatist movements are a social phenomenon that spread in many countries across the world, threatening the stability of established political entities due to its violent and intractable nature. Deescalating conflict and establishing peace among the disputing parties is of paramount importance. Despite the pressing need, there is a notable dearth...
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The current research was to investigate what psychological factors predict Muslims' negative stereotypes of the West, and the underlying mechanism by which the negative stereotypes can translate into Muslims' aggressive tendencies towards the West. A correlational survey among a sample of Indonesian Muslims (N = 360) demonstrated that the more part...
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The aim of this study was to compare the effectiveness of appeals to ingroup wrongdoings, as opposed to ingroup rightdoings, on reconciliation between groups in a real‐world conflict. We conducted an experiment in Indonesia, where separatist conflict in the province West Papua is currently unresolved. Participants were a sample of Javanese resident...
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Presentasi ini menelaah terorisme yang mengatasnamakan Islam dan keterkaitannya dengan radikalisme berbasis agama yang terjadi di Indonesia, dengan menggunakan sudut-pandang psikologi sosial. Di bagian akhir presentasi, telaah difokuskan pada isu mengenai deradikalisasi mantan teroris dan penerapan program ini di Indonesia.
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Presentasi ini mencoba menelaah program deradikalisasi teroris di Indonesia menurut perspektif psikologi sosial. Telaah diawali dengan pembahasan betapa terorisme merupakan masalah serius di Indonesia yang belum sepenuhnya terpecahkan. Pola terorisme di Indonesia selanjutnya dipetakan, yang intinya ada pergeseran dari aksi terorisme-kelompok menuju...
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The current research examined two fundamental motives that could lie at the root of separatist groups’ desire to be independent from the nonseparatist majority: the need to maintain the own subgroup identity and the need to preserve power vis-à-vis the majority. These motives were examined in two studies through surveys among samples of indigenous...
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The current research examined two fundamental motives that could lie at the root of separatist groups’ desire to be independent from the nonseparatist majority: the need to maintain the own subgroup identity and the need to preserve power vis-à-vis the majority. These motives were examined in two studies through surveys among samples of indigenous...
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Dalam workshop ini, tema yang dipresentasikan terkait dengan kiat-kiat penulisan karya-ilmiah untuk bisa menembus jurnal internasional terindeks Scopus. Presentasi dibagi ke dalam tiga bagian. Bagian pertama membahas ihwal fase pre-writing, yang intinya difokuskan pada pentingnya mengasah keterampilan menulis dalam bahasa Inggris dan menanamkan mot...
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This research investigates the impact of perspective-taking on a majority group’s support for government action to help a minority group. Data among a sample of Indonesian Muslims (N = 380) representing a religious majority group in Indonesia showed that perspective-taking was a strong positive predictor of Muslims’ support for government action to...
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The current study examines how perspective-taking impacts on a majority group’s support for the governmental actions to help minority groups. The contextual background of the current study is tense relations between Sunnis representing a Muslim majority and Ahmadis and Shiites representing Muslim minorities in Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim...
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We examined how the perception that separatist groups threaten the majority’s moral identity impacts the latter group’s support for reconciliation in separatist conflict. Two studies were conducted in Indonesia, where separatist conflict is rife. Javanese students (representing the nonseparatist majority) responded surveys regarding separatist conf...
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Indonesian Muslims believe in conspiracies suggesting that the West is behind terrorist attacks in Indonesia. This belief persists despite overwhelming evidence that Islamist radicals were the true perpetrators. The current research examines the role intergroup threats and negative emotions have in moulding this type of conspiratorial belief and ho...
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The current study investigates the role of individual and intergroup factors in predicting Muslims’ tendency to attribute domestic terrorism in Indonesia to an external cause (i.e., The West) or an internal cause (i.e., radical Islamist groups). The results (N = 308) showed that intergroup factors of symbolic threat and realistic threat directly in...
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The current investigations examine how globalization signifying either identity threat or realistic threat has a differential role in mediating the effect of competitive victimhood on Muslims’ religious fundamentalism. Study 1 (N = 119) revealed that identity globalization threat and not realistic globalization threat significantly mediated the eff...
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The current study aims to understand victim blaming of Ahmadiyya group by majority Sunni Islam in Indonesia. We included ingroup essentialisation, outgroup essentialisation, identity undermining and belief in conspiracy theory as predictors of victim blaming. Results of a survey among 147 Muslims majority Sunni Islam shows that the relationship bet...
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The current study aims to understand victim blaming of ahmadiyya group by majority Sunni Islam in Indonesia. We included ingroup essentialization, outgroup essentialization, identity undermining, and belief in conspiracy theory as predictors of victim blaming. Results of a survey among 147 Muslims majority Sunni Islam shows that the relationship...
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The present study tested how intergroup threat (high versus low) and social identity as a Muslim (salient versus non-salient) affected belief in conspiracy theories. Data among Indonesian Muslim students (N = 139) from this study demonstrated that intergroup threat and social identity salience interacted to influence belief in conspiracy theories....
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The present study tested how intergroup threat (high versus low) and social identity as a Muslim (salient versus non-salient) affected belief in conspiracy theories. Data among Indonesian Muslim students (N = 139) from this study demonstrated that intergroup threat and social identity salience interacted to influence belief in conspiracy theories....
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This study examined how distrust towards an out-group believed to be an actor of a conspiracy theory moderates the role of Islamic identification, group incompatibility and competitive victimhood in explaining belief in said conspiracy. The contextual background we used to verify this idea is the belief in a conspiracy theory among Indonesian Musli...
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The present study examined the role of Indonesian Moslem majority’s national identification, collective emotions of pride and guilt in predicting their support in helping members of Islamic minority and their perceived inclusion towards this group. Data from this study ( N = 182) demonstrated that, in line with our prediction, support for minority...
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The reputation of Indonesia as a multicultural country has been recently debated, owing to the persecutions and attacks on members of Islamic minority Shiite and Ahmadiyya. The aim of this study was to examine the members of Muslim majority's tolerance for Shi'a and Ahmadis and their support for governmental helping dedicated to these religious min...
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This current research was to give new insight into group-based variables that frame belief in conspiracy about terrorism in Indonesia. Results (N = 201) showed that social identification with Moslem was positively related to out-group derogation to the Western people and to the belief that these people have conspired to instigate terrorism in Indon...
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This current research was to give new insight into group-based variables that frame belief in conspiracy about terrorism in Indonesia. Results (N = 201) showed that social identification with Moslem was positively related to out-group derogation to the Western people and to the belief that these people have conspired to instigate terrorism in Indon...
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Despite its prevalence and widespread media coverage, separatism as a phenomenon is barely covered in psychological investigations, and the majority's response to separatism has been completely ignored. We present two studies in which we investigated the notion that separatist movements threaten the continuation of the national identity, as well as...
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An important part of our daily lives is characterized with helping interactions, which not only take place in interpersonal context but also in intergroup context. Helping interactions in intergroup context typically occur in which people belonging to certain social category (ingroup) are willing to help others belonging to different social categor...
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This study intended to investigate the effect of perspective-taking on outgroup helping, with warmth impression and outgroup status serving as the moderating variables. Data from this study (n = 201) provided full support for all hypotheses specified. Warmth impression, perspective-taking, and outgroup status turned out to have significant main eff...
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We examined how immigrants' acculturation style (multiculturalism versus assimilation) affects the host soci-ety's willingness to help immigrants. The results from this experiment supported our expectations in showing that multiculturalism triggered less immigrant helping than assimilation, but only among high national identi-fiers. In addition, im...
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Emphasizing a common group identity is often suggested as a way to promote between-group helping. But recently, researchers have identified a set of strategic motives for helping other groups, including the desire to present the own group as warm and generous. When the motive for helping is strategic, a salient common identity should reduce the wil...
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menguji secara empiris signifikansi peran Driving Stress (X6) dalam memediasi hubungan Sensation-Seeking (X1) dan Hostility (X2) serta Ego-Defensiveness (X3), Feeling-Pressured (X4), dan Situational-Anger (X5) dengan Dangerous Driving (Y). Subyek penelitian adalah mahasiswa/mahasiswi STAIN Pekalongan Jurusan Tarbiyah...
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Penelitian ini bertujuan membuktikan, perfama, hubungan antara variabel bebas power distance dan variabel tergantung sikap terhadap desentralisasi organisatoris pada aparat pemerintah daerah (kabupatenlkota, propinsi). Tujuan kedua adalah mengidentifikasi karakteristik beberapa extraneous variable untuk memperoleh analisis serta penjelasan tambahan...

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Dear Colleagues,
I examined the relationships among latent constructs by means of a structural equation modeling. Given that I am interested in assessing the relationships among latent constructs instead of the relationships among the individual items within or across the scales, I analyzed the data on the basis of item parceling. Some constructs are composed of a single scale, whereas other constructs are composed of more than one scale. Inspection of exploratory factor analysis (EFA) revealed that some of the multi-scale constructs are multidimensional.  Literature (Kishton &Widaman, 1994; Little, Cunningham, Shahar, & Widaman, 2002; Little, Rhemtulla,Gibson, & Schoemann, 2013) suggests that there are two strategies of item parceling that can handle multidimensional construct. The first strategy is termed ‘internally consistent/unidimensional parcels’or ‘homogenous parcels’, whereas the second is termed ‘domain-representative parcels’ or ‘heterogeneous parcels’. Because I assume that the multiple scales within the multidimensional construct are highly correlated, I am interested in having a latent score consisting not only the common variance but also unique variance. Accordingly, I opted for the second strategy such that each parcel was made up of items that load on different first-order factors. The problem is that I found the items within those parcels did not cohere, in the sense that they are not internally consistent (i.e., reliability is below .60) and not unidimensional. Practically, it seems very hard to maintain the item coherences when we implement the domain-representative parcels. My question is ‘are there reasonable arguments or some references suggesting that when we use the domain-representative parcels, item coherences (reliability and unidimensionality) within the parcels is no longer a relevant or unnecessary issue’? Thanks.

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In this line of research, we investigate the potential of acknowledging the common Abrahamic heritage of Muslims, Christians and Jews for intergroup and intercultural relations in various contexts.