Amali Amin, PhD


Accepted / In-Press

  • To be updated.

Peer-Reviewed Papers


  • Aminnuddin, N. A., Puasa, S., & Iqbal, N. (2024). Mapping personality traits to religious coping styles and struggle: Evidence from Malay Muslim undergraduates in Brunei. Personality and Individual Differences, 220, 112523.


  • Maba, A. P., Mulawarman, M., Kholili, M. I., Cahyani, A. I., Kushendar, K., Zahro, I. F., Subandi, S., Loban, M. N., Muttaqin, R., Hidayanti, S. N., Haryati, A., Arizona, A., Pambudi, Y., Sari, W., Indri, M. D., & Aminnuddin, N. A. Help-seeking intention during the COVID-19 pandemic: Sociodemographic factors, anxiety, and fear as predictors. Minerva Psychiatry, 64(1), 63-71.


  • Aminnuddin, N. A. (2022). The religious struggle framework: Religious experience from struggle to transformation. Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, 5(1), 15-29.
  • Aminnuddin, N. A. (2022). Religiousness differences and associations of beliefs and practices: Muslims in religious and non-religious work environments. Psychological Thought, 15(2), 168-186.
  • Maba, A. P., Akla, A., & Aminnuddin, N. A. (2022). Impact of demographical factors and language acquisition level on depression symptoms among Arabic language learners. COUNS-EDU: The International Journal of Counseling and Education, 7(3), 104-113.


  • Aminnuddin, N. A., & Abd. Hamid, H. S. (2021). Predictors of deviant behavior justification among Muslims: Sociodemographic factors, subjective well-being, and perceived religiousness. Islamic Guidance and Counseling Journal, 4(2), 144-157.


  • Aminnuddin, N. A. (2020). Ethnic differences and predictors of racial and religious discriminations among Malaysian Malays and Chinese. Cogent Psychology, 7(1), 1766737.
  • Aminnuddin, N. A. (2020). Perceiving university education as more important for men than for women: Gender differences and predictors of this perception in Muslim societies. Psychological Thought, 13(1), 99-126.
  • Aminnuddin, N. A. (2020). Personality and Islamic religiosity: Preliminary survey data of Bruneian Malay Muslim university students and their psychological well-being, unethical behavior, and dark triad traits. Data in Brief, 30, 105486.
  • Aminnuddin, N. A. (2020). Dataset on Islamic ethical work behavior among Bruneian Malay Muslim teachers with measures concerning religiosity and theory of planned behavior. Data in Brief, 29, 105157.


  • Aminnuddin, N. A. (2019). Predicting Islamic ethical work behavior using the theory of planned behavior and religiosity in Brunei. The Journal of Behavioral Science, 14(1), 1-13.
  • Aminnuddin, N. A. (2019). Discriminatory attitude toward vulnerable groups in Singapore: Prevalence, predictors, and pattern. The Journal of Behavioral Science, 14(2), 15-30.
  • Aminnuddin, N. A. (2019). Demographic factors and religious dimensions as predictors of Islamic ethical work behavior in Brunei. Psychological Thought, 12(2), 185-201.

Conference Paper


  • Aminnuddin, N. A., & Loke, D. (2019). The prevalence and predictors of Malays, Chinese, and Indians in Malaysia on having discriminatory attitude against vulnerable groups. Presented at the 3rd Malaysian International Psychological Conference in August 2019 at USM, Penang, Malaysia.

Work in Progress

Under Review

  • To be updated.

Writing Stage

  • A prediction model of religious struggle among Muslims based on personality traits as mediated/moderated by positive and negative coping styles.