Dian Sari Utami

Dian Sari Utami
Universitas Islam Indonesia | UII · Department of Psychology

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Introduction
Interesting in topics of Family and Child Psychology, Positive Psychology, Cross-Cultural Psychology, Spirituality, and Work/Organizational Psychology. Specific main interest and research on family and children, writing and drawing therapy, cross-cultural, well-being, resilience, spirituality, and wisdom. Concern about mixed-method research, content analysis, case study, and structural relationship using PLS-SEM.
Education
October 2013 - July 2018
University of Leipzig
Field of study
  • Educational and Rehabilitation Psychology
February 2008 - December 2010
Universitas Gadjah Mada
Field of study
  • psychology
August 1999 - January 2004
Universitas Gadjah Mada
Field of study
  • psychology

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Publications (30)
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People who work will face a variety of stressful situations and pressures. Stress experienced by workers can be caused by various factors, generally caused by external factors and internal factors of the individual itself. Existing studies tend to focus on the influence of external factors on stress conditions experienced by workers, such as enviro...
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Background Cultural aspects play a dominant role in a certain country related to emotional expressions, particularly in Indo-nesia. Biodanza and School of Empathy have been developing and are recognized as an alternative psycho-logical intervention in fostering the ability to express feelings, generate positive emotions and alleviate negative one....
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The aim is to undertsand the impact of the cause and level of deafness from the children towards parental well-being and life satisfaction.
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Lesson learned from parenting the deaf or hard-of-hearing schoolchildren will help hearing parents to struggle from the grieveness with regard to their child’s hearing problems.
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Well-being is a positive outcome in a challenging situation raising children with disability for hearing parents with deaf or hard-of-hearing (D/HH) children. Well-being is predicted by perceived social support from families, friends or significant others, and family resource, such as hardiness. The aims of this study is to understand the relations...
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The positive-growth of family can also have a positive influence on the educational process and well-being of the deaf or hard-of-hearing (D/HH) child (Hallahan& Kauffman, 2006). Thus, it is important for hearing parents with a D/HH child to enhance personal well-being in order to strengthen the family system. The aim of this study were (1) to inve...
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Background. Raising children is a dynamic process for each parents. It gives many challenging process, stress, problems, and hardships for some parents, especially when their child has a special need. Parent as a key role within family has a responsibility not only to raise their children, but also to educate them to enhance a positive, meaningful...
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This book focuses on dyslexia and traumatic experiences. It strives towards fostering a scientific exchange that promotes emergence of synergy effects and real progress in the understanding of dyslexia, psychological trauma, and stress experiences, as well as special methodological problems of qualitative research. The international and interdiscip...
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Background Relationships between psychological features and psychophysical parameters, such as blood pressure, have a high relevance in research on coping with stress. We want to investigate the correlation between blood pressure and these psychological features. Participants and procedure We investigated 79 teachers from high schools and secon...
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Family environment has a strong influence to its member, both parents and children. Especially for children, the impact of parent-child relationship will influence their future’s life. Currently in China and Indonesia, many problems arise in parent-child relationship which giving negative affects to children’s mental health. Crisis in families due...
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Family is the first place for children to learn, parents are the first teachers of the child to learn and imitate. In children’s learning, the family’s reading habits, reading interactions among family members, socio-economic status of the family, the family’s collection of books for children and parents reading environment provided, will have a si...
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The study of children's well-being with hearing impairment is important to policy maker to create a policy related to children's well-being. Besides, this will also give benefits in order to promote some programs in community (family and schools) to improve well-being of hearing impaired children. Further, the aim of this study is to understand the...
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Practice of art therapy among children can be used as a means of self-expression, developing social skills, aggression issues, trauma, and emotional disturbance. In case of Indonesian children, which culturally living in a collectivism society, showing true feelings are not easy and somehow are “taboo”. Thus, it is important to find mediums in a wa...
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This research aims to find the effectiveness of aggression decent on elementary school's students using Book " Pelangi Hatiku ". Subjects of this research were 19 students in experiment group. Aggression were measured by aggression questioner that constructed by researcher based on aggression theory of Buss and Perry (1992) and Book " Pelangi Hatik...
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In one year, the population of Indonesian workforces increased rapidly more than the population itself for the last four years. Unfortunately, this condition was followed by decreasing in workforce’s quality of life. The decrease also caused some conflicts between their lives and jobs that will impact to the increasing of individual stress, lower p...
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The cognitive, afective, and psychomotoric development of children need the condusive method and media for learning. That is suitably playing games. This method is learning process for building the children characters: intelectually, emotionally, and physically. Public open space is the one playing media where are significantly needed, especially i...
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The aim of this research is to understand the role of spirituality and family-supportive work environment with work-family conflict on working women. The subjects of this research are working women which are consist of dual career women and living with their spouse, working single mother, and working women with long-distance marriage. Total subject...
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Social changes, in the last decades, have an impact on women’s trend to have dual-role in their lives, working and having family (Betz, 2005). This also caused increasing on demands for women, not only at work or home, but also in their social life and self-fulfillment. In Indonesia, working now seems to be an important part for women’s life beside...
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The challenges face by the dual-career lecturer women are the demands of some aspects in their lives. In 2000, there are three of five women worked and at 25 to 44-year-old there were 75% working women which 60% of them were working and having children under 12-year-old, and women who worked outside at the whole life were 90% (Betz, 2005). Woman's...
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Some critical tensions on paid work, family, society, and leisure will become a challenge for mothers who also have fulltime work. This was caused by the increasing demand and invasive of paid work in people’s. In this context, the ways in which women experience and negotiate their roles, identities, and relationships with each other are crucial to...
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In the pre-study interview with some Muslim women with profession as architects and university lecturers said that they prefer to choose a lecturer because it has a flexible work so that they still can manage their time with family, society, and self. Some of these women also said that their challenge, as a working mother is to balance the demands...
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The objective of this study was to understand whether family skill training can decrease the neglectful behavior of parents after the earthquake condition. The assumption used by this research there was significantly differences on parent’s neglectful behavior to children before and after the training. The parent’s neglectful behavior to children i...
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Children are very vulnerable with their bodies, especially when they are ill. This condition is so uncomfortable for children to get ill, moreover when they have to be hospitalized. Children usually have chronic illness and should be hospitalized for long time. This condition would affect not only their bodies, but their minds and emotions. Hospita...
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In the last decades, knowledge management becomes a new method to increase organizational productivity. The reason is that the competitiveness is not based on natural resources anymore, however it should be based on human resources. Organization should facilitate, support, and improve the potential resource of the people inside it. These can be rea...
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This study examined difference in learning concentration between two groups: group with rhythm dance and group without rhythm dance. Subjects of this study were 24 second graders in Jogjakarta. The students were coming from two public schools, and they were divided into two groups; 12 students as an experimental group and 12 students as a control g...
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This study examined the differences on concentration on learning between two groups that treated with the rhythm dance and without treated with the rhythm dance. Subjects of this study were 24 elementary students at the second grade in Jogjakarta. The students were coming from two public schools, and they were divided into two groups; 12 students a...

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I plan to investigate between parents' well-being of disabled children and children's well-being with disability. I need to know whether there is a short-version of child's well-being scale perceived by parents for disabled children between 6-13 years old. Researchers who are experienced in this topic, please share our thoughts.
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I use the PWI-adults version from Cummins to measure parents' well-being with disabled child. However, I will also measure the disabled child's well-being using different questionnaire. Is it possible?
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My research is in Indonesia (Asia) and Germany. I use some valid psychological questionnaires in English. I plan to translate some questionnaires into Indonesian and German and give them to participants in both countries.

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Understanding problems and strategies of parenting the deaf or hard of hearing child, understanding the impact of parents well-being with a deaf or hard of hearing child through cognitive-emotion regulation and perceived social support which mediated by family hardiness, and understanding the well-being profile of deaf or hard of hearing and hearing children in Germany and Indonesia.