Tina Afiatin

tinaNama Lengkap: Prof. Dr. Tina Afiatin, M.Si.

Email: afiatin04[at]ugm.ac.id

Homepage: http://afiatin.staff.ugm.ac.id/

Latar Belakang Pendidikan
2003 Dr in Psychology, Gadjah Mada University

1996 MSi, in Psychology Gadjah Mada University

Bidang Pengajaran
Research Methodology

Community Psychology

Drug Abuse

Minat Penelitian
Community Psychology

Drug Abuse

Groups psychology

Pelatihan dan Seminar
2003 Drug Surveilance & Social Research, Burnet Institute, Melbourne, Australia

2003 Pre Departure Training, Indonesia Australia Language Foundation, Jakarta

2003 Workshop on Drug Use and HIV/AIDS Research Methods for Indonesia

2002 International Workshop on Sensitizing Police Force and Law makers in Women’s Right Reproductive Health, Yogyakarta

2001 Workshop on Working with Drug Addicts & Their Families, Yogyakarta

1996 Workshop Optimizing the Development of Gifted Children, Yogyakarta

1996 Workshop on Culture and Psychology, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

2002 Action Film and Agresivity: A Metaanalysis Study. Psikologika, VII, Number 14, 39-52

2004 Influence of the Program of “AJI” Group in Improving Self Esteem, Asertiveness, and NAPZA Knowledge to Prevent NAPZA Abuses by Adolescents. Jurnal Psikologi, XXXI, Number 1, 25-40.

2002 Corelation between Action Film and Agresivity: Metaanalysis Study.Psikologika, VII, Number 14, 39-52.

2001 Experiential Learning to Increase the Memory. ANIMA Indonesian Psychological Journal, Vol.17, No. 1, 16-35.

2001 Perception of Adolescent Drug Abuse to themselves and their Environment. Psikologika, VI, Number 12, 11-28.

2000 with Subandi & Haryanto. Effectiveness of the Program “AJI” Group for the School Counselor. Jurnal Psikologi, XXVII, Number 1, 14-211998 Addiction: Genetic Perspective.Buletin Psikologi, VI, Number 1, 40-48

1998 with Andayani, B. Increasing Adolescents’ Self-Confidence through Social Support. Jurnal Psikologi, XXV, Number 2, 35-46

1998 How to avoid the Drug Abuse? Buletin Psikologi, VI, Number 2, 27-39.

1997 Community Approach in Family Crisis Prevention. Psikologika, Number. 4, II, 12-17