ABSTRACT

The book highlights both the challenges and opportunities in the field of psychology and behavioral sciences, with an emphasis on identifying practical implications for professionals, educators and administrators, and researchers in Asia and Pacific regions. Societies in the said regions have experienced massive changes to their social system, changes that are endured by societies worldwide, such as those related to globalization, new technologies, and new norms regarding respect for individual diversity and well-being. Although the changes offer a wealth of new opportunities, they also act as potential sources of tension and apprehension. The book discusses the state-of-the-art topics, on critical issues, in various sub-fields of psychology and the behavioral sciences, such as Clinical Psychology, Child & Developmental Psychology, Industrial & Organizational Psychology, Experimental Psychology, Social Psychology, and Educational Psychology.

This is an Open Access ebook, and can be found on www.taylorfrancis.com.

part 1|15 pages

Keynote Speech

chapter 1|7 pages

Exploring human nature and inspiring heroic social action

ByPhilip Zimbardo
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chapter 2|5 pages

Job burnout in professional and economic contexts

ByChristina Maslach
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part 2|630 pages

Contributions

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chapter 5|5 pages

Boost outcome expectancies to improve cancer survivors’ health behaviours

ByG.M. Hartono, L.D. Pohan
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chapter 6|8 pages

Social relation of criminals: The analysis of causes and concepts of prevention

ByW. Kristinawati, E.K. Poerwandari, Z. Abidin
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chapter 12|8 pages

The development of mental time travel in Indonesian children

ByI.A. Kuntoro, E. Risnawati, E. Collier-Baker
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chapter 13|8 pages

Father involvement and sanctification of parenting in Aceh

ByN.Z. Amani, L.S.Y. Savitri, D.R. Bintari
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chapter 14|8 pages

Flat face expression as a typical Sundanese mother’s social cue

ByA.H. Noer, S.H.R. Suradijono, T.R. Umar-Ali
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chapter 15|7 pages

Electronic vs non-electronic toys: Which one is better for mother–child interaction?

ByR. Hildayani, L.S.Y. Savitri, A. Dwyniaputeri, D.V. Tertia, R. Wukiranuttama, T. Gracia
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chapter 19|7 pages

The contribution of maternal management language to predicting executive function in early childhood

ByS.N.F. Putri, D. Hendrawan, D.M. Hestiany, N. Arbiyah
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chapter 20|8 pages

The effect of literary fiction on school-aged children’s Theory of Mind (ToM)

ByWulandini, I.A. Kuntoro, E. Handayani
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chapter 22|8 pages

The relationship between social expectation and self-identity among adolescents

ByJ. Suleeman, N. Saputra
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chapter 30|6 pages

The correlation between shame and moral identity among undergraduate students

ByH.R. Kautsar, E. Septiana, R.M.A. Salim
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chapter 34|7 pages

The use of the pajares principles to increase mathematics self-efficacy in a middle childhood student

ByA. Selandia, W. Prasetyawati, R.M.A. Prianto
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chapter 40|6 pages

The relationship between teacher efficacy and teaching strategies in inclusive private primary schools

ByA.A. Novara, F.M. Mangunsong, P. Widyasari
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chapter 44|9 pages

Me or us? How values (power and benevolence) influence helping behaviour at work

ByN. Grasiaswaty, D.E. Purba, E. Parahyanti
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chapter 45|10 pages

Do self-monitoring and achievement orientation assist or limit leader effectiveness?

ByA.M. Bastaman, C.D. Riantoputra, E. Gatari
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chapter 49|8 pages

Positive identity as a leader in Indonesia: It is your traits that count, not your gender

ByCorina D. Riantoputra, Azka M. Bastaman, Hitta C. Duarsa
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chapter 56|6 pages

Democratic quality as a predictor of subjective well-being

ByB. Takwin
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chapter 57|9 pages

Mother-child interaction in families of middle-to-low socioeconomic status: A descriptive study

ByR. Hildayani, S.R.R. Pudjiati, E. Handayani
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chapter 58|6 pages

Time metaphors in Indonesian language: A preliminary study

ByD.T. Indirasari
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chapter 60|8 pages

The contribution of parental autonomy support and control on executive function of preschool children

ByI.P. Hertyas, D. Hendrawan, N. Arbiyah, R. Nurbatari
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chapter 63|8 pages

The effect of job satisfaction in employee’s readiness for change

ByM.V. Azra, A. Etikariena, F.F. Haryoko
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chapter 66|6 pages

Playground breakpoint mapping of urban open spaces in DKI Jakarta province

ByR.K. Pratomo, M.M. Ali, Y.D. Pradipto
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chapter 69|6 pages

The effect of negative valence on memory and perception: Negative brand names experimental study

ByJ.E. Yulianto, C.A. Rhenardo, J. Juan, J. Pauline
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chapter 80|8 pages

Non-normative collective action in Muslims: The effect of self-versus group-based emotion

ByM.A. Shadiqi, H. Muluk, M.N. Milla, J. Hudiyana, A.N. Umam
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