Idhamsyah Eka Putra
Idhamsyah Eka Putra
Persada Indonesia University & DASPR
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Basic concepts and reasons behind the emergence of religious terror activities in I ndonesia: An inside view
IE Putra, ZA Sukabdi
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 16 (2), 83-91, 2013
Can Islamic fundamentalism relate to nonviolent support? The role of certain conditions in moderating the effect of Islamic fundamentalism on supporting acts of terrorism.
IE Putra, ZA Sukabdi
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 20 (4), 583, 2014
Psikologi prasangka: Sebab, dampak, dan solusi
IE Putra, A Pitaloka
Bogor: Ghalia Indonesia, 2012
The role of ingroup and outgroup metaprejudice in predicting prejudice and identity undermining.
IE Putra
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology 20 (4), 574, 2014
Konstruksi skala fundamentalisme Islam di Indonesia
IE Putra, ZA Wongkaren
Jurnal Psikobuana 1, 151-161, 2010
Prejudice in interreligious context: The role of metaprejudice and majority–minority status
IE Putra, W Wagner
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 27 (3), 226-239, 2017
ISIS discourse in radical Islamic online news media in Indonesia: Supporter or opponent
F Erikha, IE Putra, SW Sarwono
Media Controversy: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice, 585-605, 2020
Taking seriously ingroup self-evaluation, meta-prejudice, and prejudice in analyzing interreligious relations
IE Putra
The Spanish journal of psychology 19, 2016
Demonising the victim: Seeking the answer for how a group as the violent victim is blamed
IE Putra, A Mashuri, E Zaduqisti
Psychology and Developing Societies 27 (1), 31-57, 2015
Stories from Jihadists: Significance, identity, and radicalization through the call for jihad
MN Milla, IE Putra, AN Umam
Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 2019
Is there peace within Islamic fundamentalists? When Islamic fundamentalism moderates the effect of meta-belief of friendship on positive perceptions and trust toward outgroup
IE Putra, ZA Sukabdi
Kasetsart Journal of Social Sciences, 2018
A Rufaedah, SW Sarwono, IE Putra
Jurnal Psikologi Ulayat: Indonesian Journal of Indigenous Psychology 4 (1 …, 2017
Increasing integrative complexity on convicted terrorists in Indonesia
IE Putra, F Erikha, RS Arimbi, A Rufaedah
Social Psychology and Society 9 (02), 35-45, 2018
Tackling Islamic Terrorism and Radicalism in Indonesia by Increasing the Sense of Humanity and Friendship
IE Putra, DO Danamasi, A Rufaedah, RS Arimbi, S Priyanto
Handbook of Research on Examining Global Peacemaking in the Digital Age, 94-114, 2017
Representations and discourse about religion and chinese descendants in 2012 Jakarta’s election
IE Putra
The Qualitative Report 21 (10), 1799-1816, 2016
Representasi sosial tentang pemimpin antara dua kelompok usia dan situasi sosial yang berbeda di Jakarta dan Palembang
IE Putra, C Wardhani, R Muwardani
Jurnal Psikologi UNDIP 5 (2), 92-118, 2008
The Role of Religious Fundamentalism and Tightness-Looseness in Promoting Collective Narcissism and Extreme Group Behavior
W Yustisia, IE Putra, C Kavanagh, H Whitehouse, A Rufaedah
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 2019
Positive essentialization reduces prejudice: Reminding participants of a positive human nature alleviates the stigma of Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) descent
IE Putra, P Holtz, A Pitaloka, N Kronberger, N Arbiyah
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 6 (2), 291-314, 2018
Who is to blame, the victims or the perpetrators? A study to understand a series of violence targeting the accused heretic group Ahmadiyya.
IE Putra, P Holtz, A Rufaedah
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 10 (2), 166, 2018
Coping with Stigma and Social Exclusion of Terror-Convicts’ Wives in Indonesia: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis
A Rufaedah, IE Putra
The Qualitative Report 23 (6), 1334-1346, 2018
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