Arifin, Maryam Aria (2007) MENINGKATKAN SELF CONCEPT PADA ANAK TUNADAKSA MELALUI TERAPI BERMAIN KELOMPOK(GROUP PLAY THERAPY ). Other thesis, University of Muhammadiyah Malang.
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Playing is a child's world. By playing the child will know the world and the environment, the opportunity to learn to solve problems and develop creativity. According to experts, there are several types of games made by children is one of them is kind of pretend game that became the object of this research. Children who have a negative self concept as commonly experienced by disabled children require a special treatment (therapy). Some experts have developed several methods for doing therapy for children with this problem. Just as Piaget and Anna Freud in dealing with children who have psychological problems prefer to use play as a means of therapy. According to Berlin (in Reid and Schaefer, 1986:197) that often play therapy is a nonverbal means to communicate to children with problems, so for children in this way is often more readily accepted and more effective than by way of "advice". With play therapy, the child feels himself not as an object of treatment (treatment), but as her subject, the child not as a 'suspect' or 'prisoner' but as a partner to find the best solution to the problem at hand. The purpose of this study was to determine the extent to which the effectiveness of play therapy (play teraphy) to develop the concept of self (self concept) is positive on disabled children experimental method of research to do play therapy treatment to the respondent who has a disabled disability aged 9-12 years. While the analytical technique used is discriminant tests or different test with t test Based on the results of experiments and data analysis can be summarized as follows: Play therapy have significant impacts on improving disabled children's self-concept is low. Conclusions are based test value t calculate equal to -7.176 at a significance level (p = 0.001) which means that there are differences in self-concept are significantly disabled children between before therapy play after play therapy. As in the control group indicated t count of -2.000 with a significance level (p 0.102> p value 0.05), thus it can be concluded that in the control group there were no differences in self-concept before and after play therapy.
|Item Type:||Thesis (Other)|
|Subjects:||B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology|
|Divisions:||Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology|
|Depositing User:||Zainul Afandi|
|Date Deposited:||05 May 2012 02:45|
|Last Modified:||05 May 2012 02:45|
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