Rahkman Ardi

Rahkman Ardi
Airlangga University | UNAIR · Department of Psychology

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Additional affiliations
November 2012 - December 2012
Ural Federal University
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Visiting lecturer on Cyber Psychology and Cross-cultural Psychology
October 2012 - December 2016
University of Warsaw
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2006 - present
Airlangga University
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Human Being, Humanistic Psychology, History and System of Psychology, Cyber Psychology
Education
October 2012 - December 2016
University of Warsaw
Field of study
  • Psychology
September 2009 - June 2011
Ural Federal University
Field of study
  • Psychology
August 2001 - August 2005
Airlangga University
Field of study
  • Psychology

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Publications (53)
Experiment Findings
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SElf-report questionaires asking about the reasons and means of war, with distinction between morally restricted and morally unrestricted. Preliminary data.
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Introduction: University students, as members of the digital generation, often access the internet for non-academic purposes while attending lectures in the classroom. Internet access for non-academic purposes during lectures is known as academic cyberslacking. This study aims to test the effects of media multitasking, self-efficacy, self-regulati...
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Most research on the development of personality traits like the Dark Triad (i.e., narcissism, Machiavellianism, and psychopathy) focuses on local effects like parenting style or attachment, but people live in a larger society that may set the stage for any local effects. Here we paired nation-level data on the traits from 49 nations with several mi...
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This study explored the correlates of climate anxiety in a diverse range of national contexts. We analysed cross-sectional data gathered in 32 countries (N = 12,246). Our results show that climate anxiety is positively related to rate of exposure to information about climate change impacts, the amount of attention people pay to climate change infor...
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Competitive state anxiety influences cognitive, emotional, and athlete behaviour while they have to perform perfectly in a competition. This study was conducted to analyze the effect of Mindfulness Sports Performance Enhancement (MSPE) training on competitive state anxiety of karate athletes in Surabaya. The research method used is quantitative wit...
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Tujuan studi ini adalah melakukan telaah literatur semi sistematik tentang prototipikalitas pemimpin dalam perspektif identitas sosial. Pencarian menggunakan kata kunci “leader prototypicality” dilakukan dalam berbagai basis data (Emerald, ProQuest, Scopus, Web of Science, dan Portal Garuda) terhadap artikel yang diterbitkan selama dua dekade, dari...
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The Big Five Inventory-10 (BFI-10; Rammstedt & John, 2007) is one of many short versions of personality inventories that measure the Big Five trait dimensions. Short versions of scales often present methodological challenges as a trade-off for their convenience. Based on samples from 28 countries (N = 10,560), the current study investigated inter-i...
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Background Breast cancer has become a public health concern in Indonesia. Regular breast self-examination (BSE) is considered an important first step for its early detection, especially in countries with limited healthcare access, as it is the case in Indonesia. This study aimed to confirm and assess the psychosocial determinants of intention to pe...
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The dataset presented in this article examines preventive behaviors related to COVID-19 among Indonesians, i.e., wearing a mask, hand washing, and distancing, and its related determinants. Data collection was carried out when Indonesia was facing a second waves due to the rapid transmission of the Delta variant virus. The data assessing socio-demog...
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In a plural society, education has an important role in preparing students to be able to live together with differences, including religious differences. Based on the contact hypothesis theory, various intervention programs have been carried out to overcome religious prejudice. This study aims to explore the concept, form, and impact of the interfa...
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COVID-19 has been a source of fear around the world. We asked whether the measurement of this fear is trustworthy and comparable across countries. In particular, we explored the measurement invariance and cross-cultural replicability of the widely-used Fear of COVID-19 (the FCV-19S) scale, testing community samples from 48 countries (N = 14,558). T...
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Introduction: Breast cancer is a global life-threatening disease. Breast self-examination (BSE) followed by timely diagnosis and treatment is a viable screening method for populations with limited health care access such as Indonesia. Knowledge of the beliefs underlying BSE could benefit the development of future health education efforts to promot...
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This study explored the antecedents and outcomes of negative emotional responses to climate change among people from a diverse range of cultural and national contexts. We analysed cross-sectional data gathered in 28 countries (N = 10,963). Our results show that negative emotional responses to climate change are positively related to the amount of a...
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Background: Breast cancer has become public health concern in Indonesia. Regular breast self-examination (BSE) is considered an important first step for its early detection, especially in countries with limited healthcare access, as it is the case in Indonesia. This study aimed to confirm and assess the psychosocial determinants of intention to per...
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This article presents a short research report on the relationship between perceived antagonism in social relations measured using the Belief in a Zero-Sum Game (BZSG) scale, life satisfaction, and positive and negative affect. Given that individuals who believe that life is like a zero-sum game are likely to perceive their daily interactions with o...
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National discourses that are acceptable by the alienated groups determine the level of public tolerance towards those groups. This study thus examined the relationships between religious schema and tolerance of two alienated groups in Indonesia, namely, the atheists and believers in indigenous faiths. Additionally, the study explored the difference...
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Berkembangnya teknologi kini memudahkan kehidupan manusia untuk berinteraksi. Salah satunya adalah kemudahan dalam mencari pasangan dengan mengakses situs perkencanan daring. Proses interaksi yang terjadi tidak berbeda dengan interaksi secara luring karena membutuhkan satu aspek penting yaitu kepercayaan (trust). Maka dari itu penelitian ini bertuj...
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menguji menguji validitas skala digital literacy yang dikembangkan Wan Ng pada individu dewasa awal. Digital literacy merupakan suatu kemampuan yang dibutuhkan individu untuk beraktivitas pada dunia digital secara optimal, khususnya pada individu dewasa awal. Metode penelitian yang digunakan adalah menggunakan metode...
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Partisans are more likely to be motivated by a desire to justify their political opinion which is called as confirmation bias. This research aimed to investigate the determinant factors of confirmation bias among college students who actively obtained political information in social media. All participants were associated with a student organizatio...
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Climate change threatens mental health via increasing exposure to the social and economic disruptions created by extreme weather and large-scale climatic events, as well as through the anxiety associated with recognising the existential threat posed by the climate crisis. Considering the growing levels of climate change awareness across the world,...
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Jika pada umumnya analisis perilaku politik di Indonesia lebih banyak dilihat dari perspektif makro, seperti sistem politik dan partai politik, buku ini menghadirkan pembahasan dari sudut pandang mikro. Mencakup pembahasan tentang peran kepribadian, kognisi, afeksi, emosi, dan sikap pada masyarakat awam maupun elite politik dalam berbagi konteks po...
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Objective Early presentation with breast cancer symptoms is crucial to the effectiveness of treatment and the affected women’s long-term survival. However, in Indonesia, 60–70% of breast cancer patients first present themselves to the hospital in an advanced stage. Knowledge about the determinants of breast cancer early presentation could inform ef...
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The rise of exclusive puritanism movements challenges several communities to live in peaceful coexistence. This research aimed to observe the level of interreligious contact among university students. This was a threefold study. The first part was an initial inquiry to construct an interreligious contact scale. The second sought to see the inferent...
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The Dark Triad (i.e., narcissism, psychopathy, Machiavellianism) has garnered intense attention over the last 15 years. We examined the structure of these traits’ measure—the Dark Triad Dirty Dozen (DTDD)—in a sample of 11,488 participants from three W.E.I.R.D. (i.e., North America, Australia & Oceania, Western Europe) and five non-W.E.I.R.D. (i.e....
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Penelitian ini berfokus pada temuan pelanggaran kebebasan beragama/berkeyakinan (KBB) di lingkungan perguruan tinggi negeri (PTN), antara lain sumpah atas tegaknya khilafah, persetujuan terhadap syariah sebagai pedoman bernegara, serta lingkungan kampus yang cenderung dikuasai kelompok fundamentalis karena mahasiswa memiliki paham keagamaan yang ka...
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Responses to a measure of the four humor styles of affiliative, aggressive, self-enhancing, and self-defeating from the Humor Styles Questionnaire (HSQ; Martin et al. Journal of Research in Personality, 37(1), 48–75, 2003) were collected from individuals (N = 8361) in 28 countries encompassing 21 different languages. The purpose of this global coll...
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University students, as ‘digital natives’, use the internet for learning in the classroom. However, the availability of internet access in the classroom becomes a challenge, because students also engage in non-academic internet access during lectures. The use of the internet during lectures for non-academic purpose is called cyberslacking. Self-reg...
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The rise of exclusive puritanism movements challenges several communities to live in peaceful coexistence. This research aimed to observe the level of interreligious contact on university students. This was a threefold study. The first part was an initial inquiry to construct an interreligious contact scale. The second sought to see the inferential...
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Cyberslacking in the educational context is defined as using internet in the classrooms for non-academic purpose during lectures. One of student cyberslacking scale was developed by Akbulut, Dursun, Dönmez, & Sahin through researches towards Turkey undergraduate students. This scale consists of items to measure non-academic internet access activiti...
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University students use internet for learning, socializing and recreational purposes on a daily basis. Cyberslacking refers to students' non-academic internet access during lectures.This paper will review studies on cyberslacking and non-academic media multitasking in the context of university students. The literature review concludes that students...
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Consumer ethnocentrism is a concept defined as a consequent and conscious preference for local products over foreign, usually measured by using CETSCALE (Shimp & Sharma, 1987). Besides its popularity, this scale is criticized because of its too strong a normative and ideological character. We assume that consumer ethnocentrism also has a psychologi...
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This article aims to describe the importance of providing an understanding of the risk factors of using Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to children by parents and educators. Understanding the risk factors can establish adaptive mechanisms to foster digital responsibilities in children. All parties (i.e. industry, government, educator...
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This report examines the measurement invariance of the Personal Well-being Index with 8 items (PWI-8). University students (N = 5,731) from 26 countries completed the measure either through paper and pencil or electronic mode. We examined unidimensional structure of PWI and performed a Multi-group CFA (MGCFA) to assess the measurement invariance ac...
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Objective: The Mental Health Continuum – Short Form is a brief scale measuring positive human functioning. The study aimed to examine the factor structure and to explore the cross cultural utility of the MHC-SF using bifactor models and exploratory structural equation modelling (ESEM). Method: Using multigroup confirmatory analysis (MGCFA) we exa...
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“Anonymity and the Fulfillment of Psychosocial Needs through Self-disclosure in the Social Media” The rapid development of social media has been increasingly attracting people around the world especially young adults to disclose private and intimate information about themselves in online circumstances. Such behaviour can lead to certain negative c...
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Objective - The present study was designed to compare online self-disclosure between Polish and Indonesian Facebook users. We expected that Need for Popularity (NfP), Collective Self-Esteem (CSE), perceived network size and diversity, as well as controlling accessibility, will influence online self-disclosure in both countries. Furthermore, we exam...
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Purpose – The purpose of this study is to explain cross-cultural differences in online self-disclosure (SD) between Indonesians, who live in a highly collectivist culture, and Poles – a hierarchical individualist culture. Various psychological factors have been taken into consideration, such as the need for popularity (NfP), the need to belong (NtB...
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Both Indonesians and Poles are considered as the most active Facebook users in their own regions. Yet, there are differences between users in those countries regarding cultural backgrounds. Hence, this study purposed to cluster the Facebook users considering the behavioural variables of personal sharing, frequency of using public communication feat...
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Diplomatic relations deteriorated during the Indonesia's New Order make the most people in Indonesia blind with the development of ideas that occurred in Russia in a certain period. This short article describes about the history of psychology in Russia, while it also describes how the contribution of the scholars to the development of Russian domes...

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There are three main research goals: to examine the (1) role of individual-level factors in adopting beliefs in just war ; (2) universality (vs. cultural specificity) of beliefs related to just war; and (3) macro-level factors moderating the concept of just war across national and religious backgrounds. To examine the concept of just war we use three-dimensional model of beliefs in just war: (1) just war – restricted view on reasons and means of war, as self-defensive and targeted only toward military goals; (2) utilitarian war – unrestricted view on war reasons, accepting war as a way of intergroup conflicts resolutions; (3) dirty war – unrestricted view on war means, accepting any means useful in defeating the enemy.
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We plan to examine the role of dark personality in predicting quality of life during COVID-19 pandemic. We examine the mediating role of beliefs (health, conspiracy, magical) and behaviors in the link between personality and human functioning during pandemic in cross-cultural context.