Name: Haidar Buldan Thontowi, S.Psi., M.A., Ph.D.
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1. Master’s degree in General Psychology Program, New York University, 2013.
2. Bachelor’s degree in Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 2010.
3. Doctor’s degree in St Andrews University, Unites Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (UK), 2020.
2005 Participant in National Debating Workshop, Islamic Indonesian University, Yogyakarta
2006 Participant in International Workshop: “Emergency Response towards Natural Disaster”, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada
2006 Participant in Soft Skill Training, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada
|2014-present||Acculturation orientations of Muslim majority group members towards minority Chinese in Indonesia. I am the principal investigator.|
|2014-2015||The role of implicit theories and competition on group bias and perception of threat towards the Chinese. I am the principal investigator.|
|2012-2013||Master’s thesis “Intergroup Bias between Ethnic Groups: The Role of Competition and Implicit Theories.” I was involved in: designing and conducting the experiment, data entry and data analysis, writing the report.|
|2012-2013||Research Assistant in Aronson Lab, New York University. I was involved in doing literature reviews and data entry.|
|2010-2011||Research Assistant for Research Project “Study of Conflict in Indonesia: Post Reforms Era”, Faculty of Psychology Universitas Gadjah Mada. I was engaged in discussing the method of the experiment, collecting data, statistical analyses using SPSS, and writing the report.|
|2009-2010||Undergraduate Thesis “Influences of Affect on Borrowing Behavior”|
|2009||Research Assistant for World Class Research University Team “Studies on Trust, Happiness and Achievement in Indonesia”, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada in collaboration with Inha Univesity, Korea. I was engaged in collecting data, data analyses by categorizing responses into themes, research meetings in evaluating the methods and findings of the research.|
|2009||Research Assistant for Development of Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS) Scales in Indonesia, in collaboration with Faculty of Psychology, University of Boras, Sweden. I was engaged in the process of linguistic validation of the scales, data collection as well as data analyses using SPSS.|
|2009||Research Assistant for Research Project “Influences of Affective Personality on Organizational Citizenship Behavior”. I was engaged in writing the research proposal, data collection, data analyses using SPSS, and writing the final report.|
|2013-2015||Teaching staff, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada.|
|2009-2011||Research Assistant in Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada|
|2007-2011||Freelance Translator (Indonesian-English, English-Indonesian)|
|2011||Translator of Focused Group Discussion for Assessment of UNFPA “Dignity Kits,” organized by UNFPA and Rifka Annisa|
|2011||Translator of 1st Youth Men’s Camp on Gender, Sexuality and Prostitution, organized by Rifka Annisa|
|2006||Note taker and translator for international workshop: ”Emergency Response towards National Disasters,” Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada|
|2005-2006||Debating Instructor for the Indonesian Schools Debating Championship in cooperation with the Association for Critical Thinking and the National Education Department.|
|2015||Secretary, Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada|
|2014-2015||Head of research division, Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada|
|2011-2013||Member of Dharmaswara Gamelan Ensemble|
|2010||Organizing Committee, 1st International Conference for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. I was engaged in correspondence with conference participants and socializing updates to the conference participants.|
|2008||Sub-Unit Coordinator, Community Development in Pacing Village, Klaten, Central Java, Indonesia. Coordination between main unit and sub-unit, planning the programs for the sub-unit, managing relationships and conflicts between sub-unit team and local residents, writing the final report for the sub-unit.|
|2006||Volunteer for humanitarian aid distribution to Pangandaran, West Java, Indonesia. Organize collection of goods and distribution to the victims of the Pangandaran Tsunami.|
|2006||Volunteer for Psychological assistance in the Yogyakarta Earthquake Emergency Response Program, Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Engaged in interviewing local victims on needs and assisting child victims by involving them in play activities.|
|2013||Park Jung-heun Young Scholar Travel Award, Asian Association for Social Psychology (AASP)|
|2013||Master’s Scholar Award for excellent academic achievement, New York University|
|2013||Best Poster (honorable mention) Department of Psychology MA Conference, New York University|
|2011||Fulbright-DIKTI Masters Scholar Award|
|2011-2012||Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) tuition scholarship from New York University|
|2008||Recipient of Grant for the Student Creativity Program Competition, to implement “Program for Improving Social Skills for Child Prisoners in Kutoarjo Child Prison to Reduce Aggression,” organized by the National Department of Education 2008|
Publications And Presentations
Ramdhani, N., Thontowi, H. B., & Ancok, D. (2018). Affective reactions among students belonging to ethnic groups engaged in prior conflict. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 12. https://doi.org/10.1017/prp.2017.22
Thontowi, H. B. (2015). Something to share about AASP Summer School 2013, Yogyakarta. Asian Association of Social Psychology Newsletter, Issue: 30, page: 8-9.
Thontowi, H. B., Wulandari, R. C., Hakim, M. A., Moordiningsih., Yuniarti, K. W., & Kim, U. (2014). Causes of anger among senior high school students in Indonesia: An indigenous psychology approach. International Journal of Research 3(2), 29-38. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrsp.2014.104
Hakim, M. A., Thontowi, H. B., Yuniarti, K. W., & Kim, U. (2012). The basis of children’s trust towards their parents in Java, ngemong: Indigenous psychological analysis. International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology, 1(2), 3-16. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrsp.2012.v1i2.78
Thontowi B.H. (2011). Causes of anger among Indonesian senior high school students. Poster presented in 9th Biennial Conference of Asian Social Psychological Association, Kunming China.
Ancok, D., Ramdhani, N., & Thontowi, H. B. (2011). Emotional expression of in-group members towards out-group members among groups involved in Ethnic Conflicts. Presented by the first author in the 9th Biennal Conference of Asian Social Psychological Association, Kunming China.
Ancok D. Ramdhani N. Thontowi, H. B. (unpublished). Affective Personality and Organizational Citizenship Behavior among Employees in Kudus State Owned Electrical Company. Yogyakarta: Faculty of Psychology, Universitas Gadjah Mada