Joevarian Hudiyana

Joevarian Hudiyana
University of Indonesia | UI · Faculty of Psychology

Doctor
Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia

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Introduction
I am a social psychologist, holding a doctoral degree from the Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Indonesia. In my research, I investigate how belief systems, meanings, and values influence extremism. Also, I investigate the belief content of secular ideology and its relation to religion as well as its antecedents and consequences.
Additional affiliations
February 2020 - present
University of Indonesia
Position
  • Faculty Member
August 2015 - present
Laboratory of Political Psychology, University of Indonesia
Position
  • Researcher
Education
August 2017 - December 2019
University of Indonesia
Field of study
  • Social Psychology
August 2015 - August 2017
University of Indonesia
Field of study
  • Social Psychology
August 2010 - August 2014
University of Indonesia
Field of study
  • Psychology

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Publications (50)
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Background It is estimated that 77.0% of suicide cases occurred in low-and-middle-income countries (LMICs), which would increase because of the COVID-19 pandemic and socioeconomic inequity. However, there is lack of reports on this topic from LMICs, especially during the pandemic. Therefore, this nationwide study aimed to explore self-harm and suic...
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The present paper examines longitudinally how subjective perceptions about COVID-19, one’s community, and the government predict adherence to public health measures to reduce the spread of the virus. Using an international survey ( N = 3040), we test how infection risk perception, trust in the governmental response and communications about COVID-19...
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A sense of belonging to a nation and, simultaneously, to a religious group is commonly found in a society where religion is considered to be important. Such is the case in Indonesia where high and low of these senses of belonging may affect intergroup perceptions and political orientation. In two studies of Muslim and non-Muslim’ samples (Ns= 1005,...
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Before vaccines for COVID-19 became available, a set of infection prevention behaviors constituted the primary means to mitigate the virus spread. Our study aimed to identify important predictors of this set of behaviors. Whereas social and health psychological theories suggest a limited set of predictors, machine learning analyses can identify cor...
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Anxiety associated with the COVID-19 pandemic and home confinement has been associated with adverse health behaviors, such as unhealthy eating, smoking, and drinking. However, most studies have been limited by regional sampling, which precludes the examination of behavioral consequences associated with the pandemic at a global level. Further, few s...
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Salam sejahtera, Pada awal tahun baru ini, terjadi perubahan struktural yang sangat penting di Jurnal Psikologi Sosial (JPS). Kami selaku tim manajerial JPS mengucapkan selamat atas terpilihnya Dekan Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Indonesia periode 2022 sampai dengan 2026, Dr. Bagus Takwin, M.Hum. Sebelumnya, beliau menjabat sebagai kepala editor a...
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Understanding the determinants of COVID-19 vaccine uptake is important to inform policy decisions and plan vaccination campaigns. The aims of this research were to: (1) explore the individual- and country-level determinants of intentions to be vaccinated against SARS-CoV-2, and (2) examine worldwide variation in vaccination intentions. This cross-s...
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Justice is relevant in various domains of life, including the state. The social identity-based procedural justice theories (Group Value Model and Group Engagement Model) emphasize the importance of procedural justice from the authority in signaling the group’s inclusion and respect, thus increasing individuals’ cooperation and compliance. This arti...
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Tightening social norms is thought to be adaptive for dealing with collective threat yet it may have negative consequences for increasing prejudice. The present research investigated the role of desire for cultural tightness, triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, in increasing negative attitudes towards immigrants. We used participant-level data from...
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Background: It is estimated that 77.0% of suicide cases occurred in low-and-middle-income countries (LMICs), which would increase because of the COVID-19 pandemic and socioeconomic inequity. However, there is lack of reports on this topic from LMICs, especially during the pandemic. Therefore, this nationwide study aimed to explore self-harm and sui...
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During the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. conservative politicians and the media downplayed the risk of both contracting COVID-19 and the effectiveness of recommended health behaviors. Health behavior theories suggest perceived vulnerability to a health threat and perceived effectiveness of recommended health-protective behaviors dete...
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The UCLA Loneliness Scale (ULS-20) and its short version (ULS-8) are widely used to measure loneliness. However, the question remains whether or not previous studies using the scale to measure loneliness are measuring the construct equally across countries. The present study examined the measurement invariance (MI) of both scales in Germany, Indone...
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Prior studies suggest that scientific knowledge may improve attitudes towards sexual minorities such as gays and lesbians. But in what context does this ring true? The present study aims to test whether scientific literacy can predict attitudes towards gays and lesbians when considering the variables pathogen avoidance and religious fundamentalism...
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This paper examines whether compliance with COVID-19 mitigation measures is motivated by wanting to save lives or save the economy (or both), and which implications this carries to fight the pandemic. National representative samples were collected from 24 countries (N = 25,435). The main predictors were (1) perceived risk to contract coronavirus, (...
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“All the memories of your facesSeem like days of yoreAnd if the walls are closing inWe'll find a window deep within”(Lin & Sun, 2020) Lirik lagu di atas berasal dari lagu Stay With You, yang dinyanyikan J. J. Lin dan Stefanie Sun. Lagu ini menggambarkan situasi pandemi di mana kita semua menjaga jarak sosial dengan tembok-tembok yang memisahkan kit...
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Dalam chapter buku ini, dijelaskan mengenai sejarah perkembangan keyakinan dalam masyarakat, spektrum ideologi, dan mekanisme psikologis dalam ideologi politik.
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The Coronavirus is highly infectious and potentially deadly. In the absence of a cure or a vaccine, the infection prevention behaviors recommended by the World Health Organization constitute the only measure that is presently available to combat the pandemic. The unprecedented impact of this pandemic calls for swift identification of factors most i...
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According to health behavior theories, perceived vulnerability to a health threat and perceived effectiveness of recommended health-protective behaviors determine motivation to follow these recommendations. Because the U.S. President Trump and U.S. conservative politicians downplayed the risk and seriousness of contracting COVID-19 and the effectiv...
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The PsyCorona collaboration is a research project to examine processes involved in the COVID-19 pandemic, such as behavior that curbs virus transmission, which may implicate social norms, cooperation, and self-regulation. The study also examines psychosocial consequences of physical distancing strategies and societal lockdown, such as frustration o...
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Salam sejahtera, Tahun 2020 ini merupakan tahun yang menantang bagi kita semua. Awal tahun diwarnai dengan berbagai peristiwa, diantaranya politik global yang memanas serta peristiwa alam seperti darurat kebakaran di Australia dan banjir besar yang melanda ibu kota Indonesia, Jakarta. Seakan tidak cukup, pada tahun yang sama wabah virus corona (COV...
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Salam sejahtera, Pada tahun 2015 silam, lebih dari 100 peneliti dari berbagai institusi di beberapa benua melakukan sebuah usaha replikasi penelitian besar-besaran. Tak kurang dari 100 eksperimen yang terbit dalam jurnal psikologi bereputasi diuji kembali untuk menemukan apakah memang betul hasil eksperimen sesuai dengan laporan asli. Ternyata, han...
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This study aims to describe how group leaders operate with their social ties of jihadi terrorists, using social network analysis. Data was collected through documents and interviews from terrorist detainees who were involved in jihadi terrorism activities in Indonesia. We found that relational trust with operational leaders plays an important role...
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Salam sejahtera, Tahun 2020 ini menandakan awal dari akhir sebuah dekade dimana terjadi berbagai perubahan sosial dan teknologi. Pertama, diketahui bahwa teknologi internet dan media sosial ternyata memang mempengaruhi perilaku manusia di berbagai konteks. Dalam perilaku politik, misalnya, data-data yang diberikan oleh individu di berbagai platform...
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Previous studies suggest that the practice of female child and adolescent prostitution can be attributed to various personal and social risk factors. However, cultural beliefs shared in specific societies may also determine prostitution involvement. We qualitatively explored the risk factors associated with prostitution in a rarely investigated Ind...
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The present study examined the effect of analytical thought priming on individual secular beliefs. In Study 1 ( N = 64), we employed analytical thinking priming and examined whether such priming can influence the participants’ endorsement of secular belief. In Study 2 ( N = 85), we employed another form of treatment condition to enhance analytical...
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Based on the quest for significance theory a person's sense of meaning may be obtained from ideological narratives in which a person may perceive that their life has an ultimate significance. In this study, we argue that the quest for significance based on ideology can predict commitment to radical group through cross-group friendship. The more the...
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Salam sejahtera, Untuk volume 17 edisi 2 tahun 2019, Jurnal Psikologi Sosial (JPS) menerbitkan tujuh naskah dengan topik yang menyentuh berbagai fenomena di masyarakat Indonesia. Tiga naskah mendemon-strasikan perspektif dan temuan baru yang sangat relevan untuk memahami masalah sosial Indonesia seperti kemiskinan (Andayani, Hardjono, & Anggarani,...
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Several studies have shed light on factors that contribute to radicalization. However, fewer studies have addressed the factors that contribute to deradicalization, especially with terrorist detainees as participants. The present study investigates the role of attitudes toward rehabilitation in deradicalization programs, and its role in predicting...
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Indonesia, the largest archipelago in the world, has extremely diverse ethnic groups and immense cultural diversity. The field of psychology is still developing in Indonesia, and much work needs to be done. This chapter attempts to explain the history of Indonesian psychology of culture, which evolved from a predominantly Western colonialist perspe...
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The relationships between religion, secularism, and politics have been well documented. However, prior works emphasize mainly on the single political dichotomy between American liberal and conservative, neglecting possible cultural differences in the map of political ideology. Additionally, previous works often regard secularism merely as irreligio...
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This research examines the relationship between self-and group-based emotions and non-normative collective action. We hypothesise that self-based emotions (anger, contempt, pride and bravery) do not affect non-normative collective action, but group-based emotions (anger, contempt, pride and bravery) do. We also hypothesise that contempt and bravery...
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Terrorism is an act aimed at achieving a desired end. Terrorist supporters may justify terrorism as a moral act with certain goals, such as defending their religion. Here, we propose that a preference for consequentialist morality (a moral tendency to prioritise consequences) predicts support for terrorism. A total of 453 Indonesian Muslims partici...
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The presentation talks about the moderating role of five moral foundations in the contact - prejudice effect
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As one of the most established theories, the contact hypothesis has been well-researched throughout decades of investigations. However, there have been few attempts to investigate individual factors that may influence interaction processes that may lower prejudice. The present study attempts to find the individual factors that can moderate the cont...
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As one of the most established theories, the contact hypothesis has been well-researched throughout decades of investigations. However, there have been few attempts to investigate individual factors that may influence interaction processes that may lower prejudice. The present study attempts to find the individual factors that can moderate the cont...
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Bab Teori Dua Sistem membicarakan dua jenis pemrosesan kognisi sosial yaitu sistem otomatis dan sistem terkontrol. Bab ini merangkum riset-riset terkait dua sistem tersebut dan menjelaskan kapan masing-masing sistem itu aktif serta proses psikologis apa yang terkait. Pembelian: http://www.rajagrafindo.co.id/produk/teori-psikologi-sosial-kontempore...
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People have to deal with problems on a daily basis. Problems mayappear both at the individual level and at the group level. Effective methods to deal with problems become essential. This paper questons ‘Does the number of people in a single group matter in effective problem solving? Previous studies have shown inconsistencies of results. This paper...
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People have to deal with problems on a daily basis. Problems may appear both at the individual level and at the group level. Effective methods to deal with problems become essential. This paper questons ‘Does the number of people in a single group matter in effective problem solving? Previous studies have shown inconsistencies of results. This pape...

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This project attempts to understand how martyrdom is shaped by existential motivation and unravel how existential motivation is related to the ideological belief systems, which in turn predict martyrdom.
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The objective of this project is to investigate the notion that secularism as well as its institutions (e.g. science) should not be regarded as the opposing forces of religion. We investigate two themes: 1. Whether the secular belief system involves more than just the notion of irreligiosity, 2. Whether a secular belief system can exist in parallel with religious belief, and 3. The antecedents and consequences of the secular belief system or scientific literacy or skepticism