• Anggun Vrismaya Universitas Indonesia
  • Linda Primana Universitas Indonesia




achievement emotions, enjoyment, pride, self-esteem, siswa, Sekolah Menengah Pertama


Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui kontribusi enjoyment (rasa senang) dan pride (rasa bangga) saat belajar di kelas terhadap self-esteem siswa Sekolah Menengah Pertama. Partisipan penelitian ini adalah siswa di salah satu Sekolah Menengah Pertama Negeri, Kota Depok (n=334). Penelitian ini merupakan model penelitian kuantitatif dan noneksperimental. Instrumen yang digunakan pada penelitian ini adalah AEQ (Achievement Emotions Questionnaire) untuk mengukur enjoyment dan pride saat belajar di kelas serta RSES (Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale) untuk mengukur self-esteem. Hasil pada penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa enjoyment dan pride secara bersama-sama memiliki kontribusi yang signifikan terhadap self-esteem (p = 0,00). Lebih lanjut lagi enjoyment memiliki kontribusi sebesar 14% terhadap self-esteem dan pride memiliki kontribusi sebesar 2% terhadap self-esteem siswa Sekolah Menengah Pertama. Temuan penelitian ini memberikan dapat menjadi referensi bagi perancangan program intervensi untuk meningkatkan self-esteem melalui penanaman pride siswa.

Author Biographies

Anggun Vrismaya, Universitas Indonesia

Fakultas Psikologi UI Program Studi Profesi Psikologi Pendidikan 

Linda Primana, Universitas Indonesia

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