Any Rufaedah
Any Rufaedah
University of Nahdlatul Ulama Indonesia; Division for Applied Social Psychology Research (DASPR)
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Dikutip oleh
Dikutip oleh
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 12 (2), 231, 2020
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
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, 2018
Increasing integrative complexity on convicted terrorists in Indonesia
IE Putra, F Erikha, RS Arimbi, A Rufaedah
Social Psychology and Society 9 (2), 35-45, 2018
Dealing with terrorism in Indonesia: An attempt to deradicalize, disengage and reintegrate terror inmates with a social psychology approach
F Erikha, A Rufaedah
Terrorist Rehabilitation and Community Engagement in Malaysia and Southeast …, 2019
Identity, representations, religion, and apologizing for past wrongdoings: Muslim discourse about Indonesia's 1965–66 massacres of communists
IE Putra, W Wagner, A Rufaedah, P Holtz
Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 29 (6), 492-503, 2019
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
Pemaknaan istri narapidana teror terhadap tindakan suami
A Rufaidah, SW Sarwono, IE Putra
Jurnal Psikologi Ulayat 4 (1), 11-28, 2017
Hubungan antara self construal dan subjective well being pada etnis Jawa
A Rufaedah
Program Pascasarjana Universitas Indonesia, Depok, 2012
Accounting for a riot: Religious identity, denying one's prejudice, and the tool of blasphemy
IE Putra, W Wagner, P Holtz, A Rufaedah
Journal of Social and Political Psychology 9 (1), 69-85, 2021
“Theologization” of Psychology and “Psychologization” of Religion: How Do Psychology and Religion Supposedly Contribute to Prevent and Overcome Social Conflicts?
J Abraham, A Rufaedah
Procedia environmental sciences 20, 516-525, 2014
Re-education for terror convicts: An overview of Indonesia’s experience
A Rufaedah, F Erikha, NT Sjariati
Terrorist Deradicalisation in Global Contexts, 130-142, 2019
Exploring the role of identity fusion and group identification in predicting parochialism amongst Indonesian Islamic groups
C Kavanagh, S Wibisono, R Kapitány, W Yustisia, IE Putra, A Rufaedah, ...
PsyArXiv, 2019
Mencari akar munculnya terorisme Islam di Indonesia
IE Putra, A Rufaidah
Jurnal Psikologi 4 (1), 2012
An Empowerment Program for Spouses of Convicted Terrorists in Indonesia
MF Magrie, I Eka Putra, A Rufaedah, VS Putera
Countering Violent and Hateful Extremism in Indonesia: Islam, Gender and …, 2021
Meledak Bersama: Natural Instinct Perempuan Jihadis
A Rufaedah
https://buletin.k-pin.org/index.php/arsip-artikel/422-meledak-bersama …, 2019
A theoretical model of victimization, perpetration, and denial in mass atrocities: case studies from Indonesia, Cambodia, East Timor, and Myanmar
IE Putra, A Rufaedah, HB Thontowi, A Pohlman, W Louis
Personality and social psychology review, 10888683241239097, 2024
Why Did Gibran Use Offensive Strategy in Debate? Possible Psychological Factors
A Rufaedah
https://buletin.k-pin.org/index.php/daftar-artikel/1462-why-did-gibran-use …, 2024
76 Terror Inmates Pledged Allegiance to Indonesia. What Next?
A Rufaedah
https://stratsea.com/76-terror-inmates-pledged-allegiance-to-indonesia-what …, 2023
Pull Factors of Recidivism within Violent Extremist Groups in Indonesia
A Rufaedah
https://stratsea.com/pull-factors-of-recidivism-within-violent-extremist …, 2023
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