THE CORRELATION BETWEEN ADVERSITY QUOTIENT (AQ) WITH THE INTENTION TO RECOVER IN ADDICTION RESIDENTS AT THE DRUG DEPENDENCY HOSPITAL CIBUBUR, EAST JAKARTA, INDONESIA

Rr Lustywulan Ayucahyani Sukmahidayat, Agung Wahyu Prasetyo, Nurul Ismayadhani

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Drug abuse in Indonesia is now increasingly troubling. The spread of drug is now widely spread in the community. Drug dealers have influenced many underage children and they are no longer junior high school children, but also elementary school children. Someone who has drug dependence in general will have a low intention to recover. This is reinforced by the fact that not a few of ex addictions must be treated in rehabilitation centers, because many problems on their way to recover. The purpose of this study was to determine the correlation between adversity quotient (AQ) with the intention to recover from addiction residents at the Drug Dependency Hospital, Cibubur, East Jakarta. The research conducted is quantitative correlation research. The population in this study is the addiction residents who made recovery at the Drug Dependency Hospital, Cibubur, East Jakarta as many as 30 people. The sampling technique uses saturated sampling technique. Retrieval of research instrument test data using an intense recovery scale of 15 items and an Adversity Quotient (AQ) scale of 11 items. On the intention to recover scale there are 14 valid items with a rit = 0.110 - 0.811 and a reliability of 0.931. On the Adversity Quotient (AQ) scale there are 10 valid items with a ratio of 0.409 - 0.852 and a reliability of 0.924. Based on the results of data analysis with Pearson product moment, the results obtained that rxy = 0.788 with p = 0,000 <0.05. The results of data categorization for the Intended Recovery variable obtained mean = 47.43. These results state that the intention to recover is in the medium categorization. Adversity Quotient (AQ) variable data categories obtained a mean of 33.48 and the results are in the medium categorization. The category is based on categorization with normal distribution. This means (HO) which states there is no correlation between Adversity Quotient (AQ) and the intention to recover is rejected, and (Ha) which states there is a correlation between Adversity Quotient (AQ) with the intention to recover is accepted.

 

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