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The Profile Of Prosocial Behavior In Elementary School Children

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Nani M. Sugandhi, Aas Saomah, Annisa Hasna Zahirah, Muhammad Solehuddin, Dodi Suryana



Prosocial Behavior, Elementary School.



This research is based on the fact that prosocial behavior needs to be had since childhood as a foundation for the development of children's ability to interact with their environment more broadly outside the family environment, therefore it needs to be developed and fostered during the process of child maturity. Prosocial behavior in the form of acts of sharing, cooperation, donating, helping, honesty, and generosity. This research aims to find out the profile of the prosocial behavior of elementary school students in Gudang Kahuripan 2 Elementary School. Participants in this study were sixth-grade students at Gudang Kahuripan 2 Elementary School consisting of 30 people. The results of the study, in general, showed that the prosocial behavior profile of sixth-grade students at Gudang Kahuripan 2 Elementary School was at a medium level.



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