Perbedaan Tingkat Berpikir Construal Terhadap Kontrol Diri Pada Mahasiswa

Nurfitriany Fakhri


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26858/jpkk.v0i0.3018

Abstract


This study aims to determine the differences in the construal level thinking of the self-control on the students of the Faculty of Psychology at the State University of Makassar. This study used a comparative method to determine how much the role of different levels of thinking construal on self-control, with a total sample of 60 subjects. The population of this study were students of Psychology UNM faculty. Data collected by the BIF scale and self-control scale. The data which had collected, then, analyzed using statistical analysis Independent Sample T-Test. The results showed that there are differences in the level of construal thinking on self-control, where individuals who develop a high -level construal thinking will tend to have better self-control, compared with individuals who developed a low-level construal of thinking.


Keywords


Self-control; high- level construal thinking; low construal level thinking.

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