Pengaruh Hubungan Orangtua-Anak terhadap Kepercayaan antar Pribadi yang di moderasi oleh Kedekatan dengan Teman Sebaya pada siswa SMA

Haryanti Tri Darmi Titisari,


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Siswa SMA berada pada masa perkembangan remaja yang dipengaruhi oleh beberapa faktor termasuk lingkungan dalam perkembangan fisik dan psikologisnya. Kedekatan dengan keluarga dan teman memiliki peranan yang penting dalam pembentukan rasa percaya termasuk Interpersonal Trust. Atas dasar tersebut, maka penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui pengaruh kedekatan orangtua dan anak terhadap kepercayaan antar personal yang dimoderasi oleh kedekatan individu dengan teman sebaya. Subjek pada penelitian ini adalah siswa SMA kelas XII yang berjumlah 99 siswa dan memakai skala Parent-Child Relationship, Interpersonal Trust dan IPPA serta menggunakan statistik dengan tehnik regresi linear berganda. Penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa Hubungan Orangtua dan Anak berkolerasi negatif dengan Interpersonal Trust, dengan nilai koefisien korelasi sebesar -0,111 dan nilai signifikansi 0,275 (p>0,05), yang menunjukkan bahwa semakin besar hubungan orangtua dengan anak maka semakin kecil kepercayaan antar pribadi (Interpersonal Trust), begitu juga sebaliknya. Meskipun demikian, hasil analisis menunjukkan bahwa Variabel Moderasi (Peer Attachment) berpengaruh dan mampu memperkuat hubungan antara orangtua dan anak terhadap Kepercayaan antar pribadi.
Kata Kunci : Hubungan Orangtua dan Anak, Kepercayaan antar Pribadi (Interpersonal Trust), Kedekatan dengan teman sebaya (Peer Attachment)

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