Our commitment is to present the vast psychological dynamics of Indonesian people within the context of diverse cultural background, as a part of our contribution to the nation.
International Mindset
As a part of our vision, CICP members are encouraged to enrich their academic experience by doing research and having the confidence to disseminate the result on international forums
CICP works as a family, where CICP members share difficulties, warmth, and laughter together. By working as a family, CICP members will be able to grow together while contributing to CICP's development.

Message from the Director of CICP

Welcome and greetings from the Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology (CICP), this website is a means of disseminating information for our large family of CICP, both inside and outside the campus, as well as the wider community who wish to obtain information about CICP. Informations about indigenous psychology in general and our Center in particular, will always be given in order to disseminate the latest information about recent development of indigennous  psychology and the results of our work in the CICP.

For the staff, fellows, and research interns of CICP, hopefully this website can be used as a media for exchanging information on various activities that have been, are, and will take place.This includes research that is being and has performed as well as interesting topics to discuss. For the Alumni, this is the place to fill the gap between the desire to monitor the progression of beloved Center with limited time to stop in the secretariat.

Hopefully the presence of this website can bring benefits to us all. I look forward to your visit and presence at the Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology Faculty of Psychology Universitas Gadjah Mada.

Warmest Regards,
Dr. Wenty Marina Minza, S.Psi., M.A.
Director of Center for Indigenous and Cultural Psychology