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Abstract

ATTITUDE TOWARD BEHAVIOR AS A DOMINANT FACTOR IN THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOR TO PREDICT COMMUNITY BEHAVIOR IN SUPPORT SOCIAL FUNCTION WITH SCHIZOPHRENIA PATIENTS

Titi Alfiani*, Sri Poeranto and Lilik Supriati

ABSTRACT

The person suffering from schizophrenia experience a decline in social function that slows down recovery and high risk of recurrence. The existence of social support of schizophrenia by society is expected schizophrenia client can recover quickly and can minimize recurrence. The problem is that there is a public stigma. Community behavior can be caused by many factors. Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) is used to predict the occurrence of behavior through intention to behave. The aim of this study was to analyze the factors and to find out the dominant factor related to community behavior in support social function of schizophrenia through TPB approach in Sukonolo Village, Malang Regency, Indonesia. This study using observational analytic design with cross-sectional approach. There were 150 respondents who contributed to this research which was obtained by using purposive sampling technique. The results showed a significant indirect correlation through the intention between attitude toward behavior, subjective norms, perceptions of behavioral control with community behavior in support of social function schizophrenia. Path Analysis results show that positive attitudes toward behavior indirectly through intention can predict people's behavior in supporting social function of schizophrenia, with ?v = <0.001, ? = 0.67. It can be concluded that there is a significant indirect correlation through the intention between attitude toward the behavior, subjective norm, perception of behavior control indirectly through intention with community behavior in support of the social function schizophrenia, and attitude toward behavior as a dominant factor.

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