Lukman Hakim

About Me
Dr. Lukman Nul Hakim is currently a researcher at the National Research and Innovation Agency (BRIN). He is also an adjunct lecturer at the Faculty of Psychology and Humanities University of Indonesia and a tutor at the Faculty of Social Science Open University in Jakarta. Teaching and research have always been his passion because both follow his motto, “to be beneficial for others.” He did a bachelor's degree in the Psychology Faculty University of Indonesia. His paper was in the field of Psychology of Education; the title was “The Effectivity of The Method of Keyword 16 Imagery Subject Generated vs. Experimenter Provided on long term memory ability in memorizing Dutch Words.” He completed a master's degree from the University of Jamia Millia Islamia New Delhi in India. His master thesis was “Achievement Motivation, Creativity and Academic Achievement: A Comparative Study of Different Nationals.” He finished his doctoral degree at the University of Indonesia with a dissertation topic: "Effect of Conscientiousness, Extraversion, and Competition on Group Decision Making.” He has also joined several pieces of training that are beneficial for lecturers, such as training for curriculum design, training for the trainer, and training to teach in the pandemic era. Dr. Lukman can be reached by email at

About research interest: “My research focuses on group decision making.”

Work Experience
Mauris sit amet fermentum erat
Universitas Islam Internasional Indonesia

Faculty of Education

Journal Manager
Jurnal Aspirasi

Quick Study Centre
Manajer HRD
PT. Pers Indonesia Merdeka

Ph.D in Psychology
Universitas Indonesia

Master in Psychology
University of Annamalai

Master in Psychology
University of Jamia Millia Islamia

Bachelor's in Psychology
Universitas Indonesia

Diploma in Sastra Belanda
Universitas Indonesia

  • Group decision quality, conscientiousness and competition
  • Psychological correlates of anti-sexual harassment: dataset of Indonesia’s Generation Z
  • Urgensi Revisi Undang-undang Kesejahteraan Lanjut Usia
  • Impact of The Coronavirus Disease (Covid) 19 Pandemic and Lockdown on Mental Health: A Psychological and Religious Study
  • Family Resilience and Collective Culture of the Indonesian Nation
  • The Urgency of Mental Coach Support for National Athletes
  • Protection Efforts Against Sexual Crime Survivors
  • Description of Benefits of Family Development Session Program Ministry of Social Development of The Republic of Indonesia
  • Important Factors For CSR Program Success: A Setjen DPR RI/ Bagian dari Qualitative Study
  • Psychological Impact of PSSI Chaos
  • Conceptual Reviews: Indigenous Psychology Approach
  • Community Participation in Waste Management
  • Flag Ceremony and Nationalism
  • Qualitative Methodology Review: Elite Interviews
  • Improving the Quality of Local Universities Through the Internationalization of Higher Education
  • Efforts to treatmentMental Health Disorder in Gorontalo Province
  • Formation of Resilience in Children Victims of Disasters.