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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk meningkatkan harga diri rendah yang dialami oleh siswa gifted menggunakan Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). Hipotesis dalam penelitian ini adalah CBT dapat meningkatkan harga diri rendah pada siswa gifted. Subjek penelitian ini adalah siswa kelas VII yang didiagnostik gifted oleh Psikolog, yang memiliki skor harga diri di bawah mean hipotetik. Alat untuk mengukur harga diri adalah Skala Harga Diri yang dibuat oleh peneliti dan sudah diuji validitasnya dengan menggunakan Product Moment dan Part-Whole serta diuji reliabilitasnya dengan menggunakan Cronbachs Alpha. Indeks daya beda skala berkisar antara 0,330-0,687 dengan koefisien reliabilitas 0,897. Penelitian ini menggunakan paradigma A-B-Follow Up. Teknik analisa data secara deskriptif. Hasil yang diperoleh dari pengajuan hipotesis menunjukkan bahwa Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) dapat meningkatkan harga diri rendah pada siswa gifted.

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