The Social Sciences

Year: 2017
Volume: 12
Issue: 9
Page No. 1731 - 1740

Construction and Validity of Psychology-Numerology Module: Numerology, Psychological and Counselling Applications for Character Development Strategy of School Students, IPTA and Public Employees

Authors : Mohammad Aziz Shah Mohamed Arip, Nadratul Shima Salim, Fauziah Mohd Sa`ad and Bazlan Mustafa

Abstract: This study aims to develop and measure the validity of the Psycho-Numerology module. This module is developed based on an in depth study of Numerology literature that has been integrated with Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The module is developed based on Psycho-Numerology modules drafted by Mohammad Aziz Shah which has 6 strategies, i.e., introduction to Psycho-Numerology, Psycho-Numerology and law of energy, calculation of inverted pyramid in Psycho-Numerology, usage of a single matrix Psycho-Numerology, usage of 2 Atom Psycho-Numerology matrix, application of Psycho-Numerology guidance session. The design of the studies that have been used are descriptive studies which obtained the content and validity value of the sessions and activities and the reliability value of Psycho-Numerology module. The results of content validity analysis module based on recommendations by Russell obtained high content validity that is 0.886 (88.63%). For the content validity based on the suitability of the module sessions and activities proposed by Mohammad Aziz Shah, it is also high at between 0.850 (85.00%) to 0.895 (89.54%). Thus, this study succeeds in developing Psycho-Numerology module with a strong theoretical basis and with high content validity values to be applied in the real environment in the development of individual character.

How to cite this article:

Mohammad Aziz Shah Mohamed Arip, Nadratul Shima Salim, Fauziah Mohd Sa`ad and Bazlan Mustafa, 2017. Construction and Validity of Psychology-Numerology Module: Numerology, Psychological and Counselling Applications for Character Development Strategy of School Students, IPTA and Public Employees. The Social Sciences, 12: 1731-1740.

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