Ammik Kisriyani

Full Name:
Ammik Kisriyani, S.Psi., M.A.


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Sarjana, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta

Master Degree, (Inclusion and Special Educational Needs ) University of Birmingham, United Kingdom[/spoiler]

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Psikologi Pendidikan, Perkembangan Sepanjang Rentang Hidup


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  • Developmental & Educational Psychology
  • Psychology of Children with Special Needs


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  • Growth after academic failure in Javanese students: An indigenous approach (2018): Psychological Research and Intervention, 1(2), 2018, 78-90
  • Smartphone Using in Young Children: Proceeding of International Conference On Child-friendly Education,
    Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta, 21st & 22nd April 2018
  • The Epidemiology of Indonesian Children and Adolescent School-Based Mental Health: Validation of School-based Mental Health Information System (2017): Universal Journal of Psychology, Vol.5, No.3


[spoiler title=”Research”]

  • A Study of School Readiness Instrument Development for 5-7 years old children, Socio-emotional Aspect (2020)
  • Character Building Model of Early Childhood Education Program in the rural and urban area, Gender Equality
    and Social Inclusion perspective (2019)
  • Preliminary research: Cognitive Profile of Children with Specific Learning Disabilities by using AJT Cognitive Test (2018)
  • Consequential Validity of AJT Cognitive Test towards Students Performance in The Trend in International
    Mathematics and Science Study/TIMSS (2018)
  • A Study of Smartphone Using in Young Children (2016): The finding was presented at the Conference On
    Child-Friendly Education Muhammadiyah Surakarta University, April 21st-22nd, 2018
  • The Epidemiology of Indonesian Children and Adolescent School-Based Mental Health (2014-2015)
  • Need Assessment Survey for Improving Early Childhood Education Program and Intervention in Yogyakarta
    Province (2015): the findings were presented at the international conference held by the International Congress of Psychology at Yokohama, Japan in 2016
  • Need Assessment of Literacy Skills of Preschool Children in Yogyakarta (2015) An experimental Study of Eating Behavior Problem of Young Children at the Early Childhood Development Laboratory (2015)
  • Teachers’ perspective of Implicit Theories of Intelligence, a study in Yogyakarta (2012)
  • Inclusion Experiences in Mainstream Primary School in Rural Area of Indonesia, a Case Study (2010)
  • The effect of ‘The Journey Map Games” Module on students’ academic achievement and soft skills (2016)