Fendy Suhariadi
Departemen Psikologi Industri dan Organisasi Fakultas Psikologi Universitas Airlangga, Jl. Dharmawangsa Dalam Selatan Surabaya 60286, Telp. (031) 5032770, 5014460, Faks (031) 5025910

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Kecerdasan Emosi pada Investor dalam Bertransaksi Saham Wardhani, Arlita Lusiana; Suhariadi, Fendy
Jurnal Insan Media Psikologi Vol 12, No 1 (2010): Jurnal Insan Media Psikologi
Publisher : Fakultas Psikologi Unair

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The purposes of this research are to know and to analyze emotional intellegence among investor in stock trading. Individual investor is a person who invests his capital into effect form that is stock in the bursary effect by buying or selling-back that stock. All of the risks and benefits in stock trading will be taken by an individual investor. Emotional intelligence that is intended is a set of skill, competence, and non cognitive qualification that influence the personal skill to weather claim and pressure ambient. Emotional intelligence was devided as follow intrapersonal, interpersonal, adaptation, stress and mood control. This research has been done with intrinsic case study. To determine the subject using combination technique between purposive and accidental so that selected three subjects, that have been determined by informed consent and suitability of the characteristic of subject. Experience and information of subject have been explorated using depth interview as theprimary data collection. The techniques of data analysis that have been used in this research were tematic analysis. Field note was also used. The result of research showed that there are three domains that arose to the individual investor that are intrapersonal, control stress area and moodarea. Emotions at the time make stock investors when the stock price analysis. Domain which does not appear fully on the subject of research changed the theme interpersonal to be communication interpersonal and adaptability become problem focused coping.
Effect of Dialogue Focused Supervisory Relationship In Cross-ethnic Supervision To Enhance Midwife’s Performance trisno, ida; Suhariadi, Fendy; Pudjirahardjo, Widodo J
Health Notions Vol 1 No 4 (2017): October-December 2017
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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Midwife’s performance at Primary Health Care (PHC) still not optimal, slacken the effort of reducing maternal death. Unavailability of doctor at  PHC placed greater responsibility on midwife, thus improving midwife’s performance is crucial. Midwife’s performance influenced by ability, motivation, and supervision. Cross- ethnic supervision combined with line manager supervision, fit in the development of dialogue focused supervisory relationship (DFSR) in midwifery supervision. This study aimed to analyse the effect of DFSR on midwife’s performance, and the relationship between cross-ethnic supervision  and DFSR. This research used crosssectional design. Using random sampling techniques, 113 pairs of midwives -supervisors working in PHC at Kupang city and Kupang district were obtained. Data analysed using regression analysis. The findings were: (1) quality of DFSR affecting  midwife’s performance improvement, with quality of dialogue give strongest influence, (2) good quality supervisory relationship decrease midwife’s performance, and (3) cross-ethnic supervision didn’t have significant relationship towards DFSR. The development of DFSR as a new construct and evident of the relationship between DFSR and midwife’s performance is a novel in this study. To enrich this finding, future research should use longitudinal design and with different type of respondent. Study in exploring factor in cross-ethnic supervision that may influence DFSR also suggested.  
Effect of Dialogue Focused Supervisory Relationship in Cross-ethnic Supervision to Enhance Midwife’s Performance Trisno, Idawati; Suhariadi, Fendy; Pudjirahardjo, Widodo J
Health Notions Vol 1 No 4 (2017): October-December 2017
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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Midwife’s performance at Primary Health Care (PHC) still not optimal, slacken the effort of reducing maternal death. Unavailability of doctor at  PHC placed greater responsibility on midwife, thus improving midwife’s performance is crucial. Midwife’s performance influenced by ability, motivation, and supervision. Cross- ethnic supervision combined with line manager supervision, fit in the development of dialogue focused supervisory relationship (DFSR) in midwifery supervision. This study aimed to analyse the effect of DFSR on midwife’s performance, and the relationship between cross-ethnic supervision  and DFSR. This research used crosssectional design. Using random sampling techniques, 113 pairs of midwives -supervisors working in PHC at Kupang city and Kupang district were obtained. Data analysed using regression analysis. The findings were: (1) quality of DFSR affecting  midwife’s performance improvement, with quality of dialogue give strongest influence, (2) good quality supervisory relationship decrease midwife’s performance, and (3) cross-ethnic supervision didn’t have significant relationship towards DFSR. The development of DFSR as a new construct and evident of the relationship between DFSR and midwife’s performance is a novel in this study. To enrich this finding, future research should use longitudinal design and with different type of respondent. Study in exploring factor in cross-ethnic supervision that may influence DFSR also suggested.  
NILAI - NILAI PERSONAL PEMBENTUK PERSEPSI DUKUNGAN ORGANISASI Izzati, Umi Anugerah; Suhariadi, Fendy; Hadi, Cholichul
Jurnal Psikologi Teori dan Terapan Vol 4, No 2 (2014): Jurnal Psikologi Teori dan Terapan
Publisher : Jurusan Psikologi Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Negeri Surabay

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This study aims to determine the influence personal values to perceived organizational support to the Junior High School teacher. This research is a quantitative method. The subjects were high school teachers who work in the private Islamic Education Foundation inSurabaya. Measurement instrument used is the scale of values personal and organizational support perception scale. While data analysis techniques using multiple regression analysis. The results showed that of the top ten personal values, there are only three personal values that influence perceived organizational support that are security, conformity, tradition. This suggests that in order to improve the perception of organizational support needed teachers who value personal safety, have self-control against the wishes and encouragement that violate social norms in force, the respect, commitment and acceptance of ones will of cultural values and religious affiliations.Abstrak: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui pengaruh nilai-nilai personal terhadap persepsi dukungan organisasi pada guru Sekolah Menengah Pertama. Penelitian ini mennggunakan metode kuantitatif. Subyek penelitian ini adalah guru-guru Sekolah Menengah Pertama swasta yang bekerja dalam Yayasan Pendidikan Islam di Surabaya. Instrumen pengukuran yang dipakai adalah skala nilai-nilai personal dan skala persepsi dukungan organisasi. Sementara teknik analisis data menggunakan analisis multiple regresi. Hasil  penelitian  menunjukkan  bahwa dari sepuluh nilai-nilai personal, hanya ada tiga nilai-nilai personal yang mempengaruhi persepsi dukungan organisasi yaitu security, nilai personal conformity, dan nilai personal tradition. Hal ini menunjukkan bahwa untuk meningkatkan persepsi dukungan organisasi dibutuhkan guru-guru yang memiliki nilai personal rasa aman, memiliki pengendalian diri terhadap kemauan dan dorongan yang dianggap melanggar norma-norma sosial yang berlaku, adanya rasa hormat, komitmen dan penerimaan seseorang akan nilai-nilai budaya dan agama yang dianut. 
Iklim Keselamatan Kerja dan Big Five Personality Sebagai Prediktor Perilaku Keselamatan Karyawan Prabarini, Puspa; Suhariadi, Fendy
Jurnal Psikologi Teori dan Terapan Vol 9, No 1 (2018): Jurnal Psikologi Teori dan Terapan
Publisher : Jurusan Psikologi Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Negeri Surabay

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Stevedoring activities at container terminals make it one of the most dangerous workplace for employees because they have to deal with variety of high-risk conditions as well as high-risk equipments. Therefore it is not suprising that container terminals have high occupational accidents rate. Furthermore, several statistical reports also indicate that most maritime accidents are attributable to human error. The purpose of this study is to explain the effect of safety climate and big-five personality on employee safety performance. Safety climate and big five personality are considered as two factors that influence employee safety performance. Therefore strong positive safety climate in organization will be able improve employee safety performance and reduce accidents. This study was conducted to 148 employees in a container terminal by using simple random sampling as the sampling technique. Multiple regression technique was used to examine the effect of safety climate and big-five personality on employee safety performance. The result revealed that safety climate and big-five personality positively affect employee safety performance.Key words: Safety climate, big five personality, safety performanceAbstrak: Aktivitas bongkar muat pada terminal peti kemas menjadikannya sebagai salah satu tempat kerja yang paling berbahaya karena karyawan harus menghadapi beragam aktivitas yang beresiko tinggi dan peralatan kerja yang berbahaya.  Maka dari itu, bukan suatu hal yang mengejutkan bahwa terminal peti kemas memiliki tingkat kecelakaan kerja yang tinggi. Lebih jauh lagi, sejumlah data statistik juga menunjukkan bahwa mayoritas kecelakaan kerja pada sektor industri maritim berkaitan dengan kesalahan manusia. Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk menjelaskan pengaruh iklim keselamatan kerja dan big five personality terhadap perilaku keselamatan karyawan. Penelitian ini dilakukan pada 148 karyawan di salah satu terminal peti kemas dengan menggunakan simple random sampling sebagai teknik sampling. Analisis regresi berganda digunakan untuk menguji pengaruh antara iklim keselamatan kerja dan big five personality terhadap perilaku keselamatan karyawan. Hasil studi menunjukkan bahwa iklim keselamatan kerja dan big five personality secara positif berpengaruh pada perilaku keselamatan karyawan.
Self-Concept as Mediator between Social Supports and Health Character; a Path Analysis Firdaus, Syamsul; Suhariadi, Fendy; Soedirham, Oedojo; Setyowati, Anggi
Health Notions Vol 2 No 8 (2018): August 2018
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (Address: Cemara street 25, Ds/Kec Sukorejo, Ponorogo, East Java, Indonesia 63453)

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Adolescents with drug abuse are common, especially among students. Health character is needed to prevent this behavior.  Health character relates to family support, peer support, teacher support (social supports) and self-concept as the mediator between these supports and health character. This study was observational study and used cross sectional design to analyze self-concept as the mediator between social supports (family support, peer support, and teacher support) and health character. Data was collected from senior high school students in Banjarbaru, South Kalimantan for two months. We used cluster random sampling also self-report questionnaires to collect the data. AMOS was used to calculate coefficient path and model fit. Sobel test was used to calculate the strength of self-concept as the mediator between social supports and health character. The results showed that the final model of social supports, self-concept and health character with GFI, AGFI, CFI, and RMSEA were 0.994, 0.996, 0.992, and 0.103. Our findings showed that self-concept was full mediator between teacher support and health character (p < 0.05). Self-concept was partial mediator between family support and health character (p < 0.05). Further research is needed to develop intervention and prevent drug abuse based on health character model. Keywords: Drug abusers, Social supports, Self-concept
Effect of Dialogue Focused Supervisory Relationship In Cross-ethnic Supervision To Enhance Midwife’s Performance Trisno, Idawati; Suhariadi, Fendy; Pudjirahardjo, Widodo J.
Health Notions Vol 1, No 4 (2017): October-December
Publisher : Humanistic Network for Science and Technology (HNST)

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Midwife’s performance at Primary Health Care (PHC) still not optimal, slacken the effort of reducing maternal death. Unavailability of doctor at  PHC placed greater responsibility on midwife, thus improving midwife’s performance is crucial. Midwife’s performance influenced by ability, motivation, and supervision. Cross- ethnic supervision combined with line manager supervision, fit in the development of dialogue focused supervisory relationship (DFSR) in midwifery supervision. This study aimed to analyse the effect of DFSR on midwife’s performance, and the relationship between cross-ethnic supervision  and DFSR. This research used crosssectional design. Using random sampling techniques, 113 pairs of midwives -supervisors working in PHC at Kupang city and Kupang district were obtained. Data analysed using regression analysis. The findings were: (1) quality of DFSR affecting  midwife’s performance improvement, with quality of dialogue give strongest influence, (2) good quality supervisory relationship decrease midwife’s performance, and (3) cross-ethnic supervision didn’t have significant relationship towards DFSR. The development of DFSR as a new construct and evident of the relationship between DFSR and midwife’s performance is a novel in this study. To enrich this finding, future research should use longitudinal design and with different type of respondent. Study in exploring factor in cross-ethnic supervision that may influence DFSR also suggested.    Keywords: Midwife’s performance, Dialogue focused supervisory relationship, Cross-ethnic supervision
Self-Concept as Mediator between Social Supports and Health Character; a Path Analysis Firdaus, Syamsul; Suhariadi, Fendy; Soedirham, Oedojo; Setyowati, Anggi
Health Notions Vol 2, No 8 (2018): August
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Middle Manager’s Commitment to Change: a Qualitative Study Purwaningrum, Evi Kurniasari; Suhariadi, Fendy; Fajrianthi, Fajrianthi
Journal of Educational, Health and Community Psychology Vol 8 No 2 June 2019
Publisher : Universitas Ahmad Dahlan

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AbstractIn times of change, it is very important for middle managers to commit to change because middle managers have a strategic role in the formulation and implementation of change. This study aims to explore the middle manager’s commitment to change at the beginning of the change period and one year after the initiation of change. This research uses a phenomenological qualitative approach and the longitudinal method. Data was taken using semi-structured interviews at nine middle managers. The result shows three main themes: (1) Middle managers' initial commitment to change is influenced by their views on the importance of change and middle managers experience at the beginning of change, (2) there is a change in commitment to change after one year of organizational change, (3) factors that are influenced change in middle manager’s commitment to changes. The findings in this study are expected to be a meaningful contribution to understanding the commitment to change among middle managers.Keywords: Organizational changes, agents of changes, qualitative study.