Ali Mashuri, S.Psi., M.Sc.

NIK: 2012017605171001


Riwayat Pendidikan

S1: Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta.
S2: VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Minat Research dan Bidang Keahlian

Minat Research

    1. Reconciliation in separatist conflict.
    2. Intergroup helping.
    3. Belief in conspiracy theories.
    4. Religious fundamentalism.

Bidang Keahlian

    1. Social Psychology.
    2. Quantitative Reseach.

Pengalaman Penulisan Artikel Ilmiah dalam Jurnal

Published Manuscripts

    1. Mashuri, A., & Zaduqisti, E. (2009). Dangerous driving, prediktor dan mediatornya. PSYCHOIDEA, 7(1), 22-34.
    2. Van Leeuwen, E., & Mashuri, A. (2012). When common identities reduce between-group helping. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 3(3), 259-265.
    3. Mashuri, A., Zaduqisti, E., & Supriyono, Y. (2012). Perspective-taking and outgroup helping: The moderating role of warmth impression and outgroup status. International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology, 1(3), 7-20.Mashuri, A., Hasanah, N., & Rahmawati, I. (2013). The effect of outgroup status and perspective-taking on empathy and outgroup helping. International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology, 2(2), 3-14.
    4. Mashuri, A., Burhan, O., & van Leeuwen, E. (2013). The impact of multiculturalism on immigrant helping. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 16, 207-212.
    5. van Leeuwen, E., & Mashuri, A. (2013). Intergroup helping in response to separatism. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39, 1647-1655.
    6. Mashuri, A., & Zaduqisti, E. (2014). The role of social identification, intergroup threat, and out-group derogation in explaining belief in conspiracy theory about terrorism in Indonesia. International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology, 3(1), 35-50.
    7. Mashuri, A., Supriyono, Y., Khotimah, S. K., Sakdiah, H., Sukmawati, F., & Zaduqisti, E. (2014). Examining predictors of tolerance and helping for Islamic religious minorities in Indonesia. International Journal of Research Studies in Psychology, 3(2), 15-28.
    8. Mashuri, A., & Zaduqisti, E. (2014). We believe in your conspiracy if we distrust you: The role of intergroup distrust in structuring the effect of Islamic identification, competitive victimhood, and group incompatibility on belief in a conspiracy theory. Journal of Tropical Psychology, 4, e11.
    9. Mashuri, A., & Zaduqisti, E. (2014). National identification and collective emotions as predictors of pro-social attitudes toward Islamic minority groups in Indonesia. Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 10(2), 255-276.
    10. Putra, I. E., Mashuri, A., & Zaduqisti, E. (2015). Demonising the Victim Seeking the Answer for How a Group as the Violent Victim is Blamed. Psychology & Developing Societies, 27(1), 31-57.
    11. Mashuri, A., Zaduqisti, E., Sakdiah, H., & Sukmawati, F. (2015). When Agony Begets Zealotry. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 37(2), 200-226.
    12. Mashuri, A., Akhrani, L. A., & Zaduqisti, E. (2016). You are the real terrorist and we are just your puppet: Using individual and group factors to explain Indonesian Muslims’ attributions of causes of terrorism. Europe’s Journal of Psychology, 12(1), 68-98.
    13. Mashuri, A., Zaduqisti, E., Sukmawati, F., Sakdiah, H., & Suharini, N. (2016). The role of identity subversion in structuring the effects of intergroup threats and negative emotions on belief in anti-west conspiracy theories in Indonesia. Psychology & Developing Societies, 28(1), 1-28.
    14. Mashuri, A., van Leeuwen, E., & Hanurawan, F. (2016). How morality threat promotes reconciliation in separatist conflict: A majority group perspective. Group Processes & Intergroup Relations, Advance online publication.
    15. Mashuri, A., Zaduqisti, E., & Alroy‐Thiberge, D. (2017). The role of dual categorization and relative ingroup prototypicality in reparations to a minority group: An examination of empathy and collective guilt as mediators. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 20(1), 33-44.
    16. Mashuri, A., Zaduqisti, E., Sukmawati, F., & Sakdiah, H. (2017).The effect of a majority group’s perspective-taking on minority helping. Psychological Studies. Advance online publication.
    17. Mashuri, A., Zaduqisti, E., & Ula, M. (inpress). A majority group’s perspective-taking towards a minority group: Its antecedents and impact on support for minority helping. Paper accepted for publication
      in Psychology & Developing Societies.