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The court mediation tends to ignore psychological aspect of the parties. It was frequently put aside by mediator judges as the mediation held just for formality process. It caused the lack percentage of successful mediation and the parties failed to recognize the primary problem. The research's aim was to analyze the importance of implementation psychological approach to court-annexed mediation and its implication to the result of the mediation process. The research also aims to identify thedoi:10.25216/jhp.6.3.2017.447-462 fatcat:ubojlm6ohzhx3gzksjrbkl5k5a