Kontribusi Bersyukur dan Memaafkan dalam Mengembangkan Kesehatan Mental di Tempat Kerja

Rahmat Aziz, Esa Nur Wahyuni, Wildana Wargadinata

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menguji besarnya kontribusi pemaafan dan syukur terhadap kesehatan mental di tempat kerja. Partisipan penelitian diambil dari karyawan dan dosen Universitas Islam Negeri Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang sebanyak 167 orang melalui teknik pengambilan sampel  proposional. Instrumen yang digunakan yaitu Skala pemaafan, skala syukur, dan Inventori Kesehatan Mental (MHI) (α=.888) yang telah dimodifikasi oleh penulis.Hasil analisis menunjukkan bahwa  nilai R=.462 p<.05 dengan koefisien determinan sebesar .213. Hal ini berarti pemaafan dan syukur mampu menjadi prediktor bagi tinggi rendahnya kesehatan mental sebesar 21.3 persen.

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pemaafan; syukur; kesehatan mental

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