META ANALISIS GRATITUDE INTERVENTION PADA WELL-BEING

Levina Wicaksono

Abstract


Well-being merupakan salah satu aspek penting dalam hidup individu. Well-being yang tinggi diasosiasikan dengan umur panjang dan kurangnya risiko kematian pada individu dengan pola hidup yang sehat. Penelitian meta analisis ini dilakukan untuk mengetahui efektifitas gratitude intervention terhadap well-being. Penelitian ini menganalisa 12 literatur penelitian untuk menguji efektifitas gratitude intervention pada well-being. Hasil dari meta analisis menunjukkan effect size yang didapatkan nilai pooled d+ sebesar 0.238184 (d > 0.2) dengan tingkat kepercayaan sebesar 95%. Hal ini dapat diartikan gratitude intervention cukup efektif dalam mempengaruhi well-being individu


Keywords


gratitude intervention, well-being, gratitude

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24114/konseling.v19i2.30439

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