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Journal Articles (subsidised)
ALBIEN AJ, NAIDOO AV. Deconstructing career myths and cultural stereotypes in a context of low resourced township communities. South African Journal of Education 2017; 37(4):Art.#1476, 12 pages.
ALBIEN AJ, NAIDOO AV. Social Career Influences of Xhosa Adolescents Elicited Using The Systems Theory framework in a Peri-urbansouthAfrican Township. South African Journal of Higher Education 2016; 30(3):111-137.
BANTJES JR, KAGEE SA, MEISSNER BL. Young men in post-apartheid South Africa talk about masculinity and suicide prevention. South African Journal of Psychology 2017; 47(2):233-245.
BANTJES JR, KAGEE SA, SAAL WL. Suicidal ideation and behaviour among persons seeking HIV testing in peri-urban areas of Cape Town, South Africa: a lost opportunity for suicide prevention. AIDS Care – Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV 2017; 29(7):919-927.
BANTJES JR, NEL A, LOUW KA, FRENKEL L, BENJAMIN E, LEWIS I. ‘This place is making me more depressed’: The organisation of care for suicide attempters in a South African Hospital. Journal of health psychology 2017; 22(11):1434-1446.
BANTJES JR, SWARTZ LP, NIEUWOUDT PHS. Human rights and mental health in post-apartheid South Africa: lessons from health care professionals working with suicidal inmates in the prison system. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2017; 17:29, 9 pages.
BANTJES JR, SWARTZ LP. The cultural turn in critical suicidology: What can we claim and what do we know?. DEATH STUDIES 2017; 4(8):512-520.
BOYD LF, LE ROUX MC. ‘When he’s up there he’s just happy and content’: Parents’ perceptions of therapeutic horseback riding. African Journal of Disability 2017; 6:a307, 9 pages.
BREWIN CR, HYLAND P, SHEYLIN M, MAERCKER A, KAGEE SA, ET AL . A review of current evidence regarding the ICD-11 proposals for diagnosing PTSD and complex PTSD. Clinical Psychology Review 2017; 58:1-15.
CAREW M, BRAATHEN SH, SWARTZ LP, HUNT XD, ROHLEDER P. The sexual lives of people with disabilities within low- and middle-income countries: a scoping study of studies published in English. Global health action 2017; 10:1337342, 7 pages.
CHOI KW, SIKKEMA KJ, VYTHILINGUM B, GEERTS LTGM, FAURE SC, WATT MH, ROOS A, STEIN D. Maternal childhood trauma, postpartum depression and infant outcomes: Avoidant affective processing as a potential mechanism. Journal of Affective Disorders 2017; 211:107-115.
CILLIERS M, GREEFF AP. Living with a parent with dementia: A family resilience study. Dementia-International Journal of Social Research and Practice 2017; 16(1):126-141.
COETZEE BJ, TOMLINSON MR, OSAWE S, AMIBIKU A, KAGEE SA. Barriers to and Facilitators of Adherence to Exclusive Breastfeeding Practices Among HIV Infected and Non-infected Women in Jos, Nigeria. MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH JOURNAL 2017; 21:953-960.
DAVIAUD D, NKONKI L, LJUMBA P, DOHERTY T, LAWN JE, OWEN H, JACKSON D, TOMLINSON MR. South-Africa (Goodstart III) trial: community-based maternal and newborn care economic analysis. Health policy and planning: a journal on health in development 2017; 32(1):i53 – i63.
DAVIS E, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ, WEICHLE TW, REZAI R, TOMLINSON MR. Patterns of Alcohol Abuse, Depression, and Intimate Partner Violence among Township Mothers in South Africa Over 5 Years. AIDS AND BEHAVIOR 2017; 21:S174 – S182.
DOWDALL N, COOPER PJ, TOMLINSON MR, SKEEN S, GARDNER F, MURRAY L. The Benefits of Early Book Sharing (BEBS) for child cognitive and socio-emotional development in South Africa: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 2017; 18:118, 13 pages.
DU TOIT A, PRETORIUS C. Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures: Namibian healthcare providers’ perceptions and frustrations. Seizure-European Journal of Epilepsy 2017; 50:43-52.
FEARON P, TOMLINSON MR, KUMSTA R, SKEEN S, MURRAY L, COOPER PJ, MORGAN B. Poverty, early care, and stress reactivity in adolescence: Findings from a prospective, longitudinal study in South Africa. DEVELOPMENT AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 2017; 29:449-464.
FLIEK L, DIBBETS P, ROELOFS J, MURIS PEHM. Cognitive Bias as a Mediator in the Relation Between Fear-Enhancing Parental Behaviors and Anxiety Symptoms in Children: A Cross-Sectional Study. Child Psychiatry and Human Development 2017; 48:82-93.
FRENKEL L, SWARTZ LP. Chronic pain as a human rights issue: setting an agenda for preventative action. Global health action 2017; 10(1):1348691, 8 pages.
GIBBS A, CARPENTER B, CRANKSHAW T, HANNASS-HANCOCK J, SMIT JA, TOMLINSON MR, BUTLER L. Prevalence and factors associated with recent intimate partner violence and relationships between disability and depression in post-partum women in one clinic in eThekwini Municipality, South Africa. PLoS One 2017; 12(7):e0181236, 12 pages.
GITHAIGA JN, SWARTZ LP. Socio-cultural contexts of end- of-life conversations and decisions: bereaved family cancer caregivers’ retrospective co-constructions. BMC Palliative Care 2017; 16:40, 8 pages.
GITHAIGA JN, SWARTZ LP. ‘You have swelling”: The language of cancer diagnosis and implications for cancer management in Kenya. PATIENT EDUCATION AND COUNSELING 2017; 100:836-838.
GITHAIGA JN. Culture, role conflict and caregiver stress: the lived experiences of family cancer caregivers in Nairobi. Journal of health psychology 2017; 22(12):1591-1602.
GITHAIGA JN. When ‘chemo is failing’ … ‘the illness is indigenous’. Therapeutic pluralism and reclaiming agency: family cancer caregivers’ experiences in Nairobi. Journal of Eastern African studies 2017; 11(2):310-328.
GOLDSTONE DG, BANTJES JR. Mental health care providers’ perceptions of the barriers to suicide prevention amongst people with substance use disorders in South Africa: a qualitative study. International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2017; 11:46, 11 pages.
GOLDSTONE DG. Cognitive-behavioural therapy versus psychodynamic psychotherapy for the treatment of depression: a critical review of evidence and current issues. South African Journal of Psychology 2017; 47(1):84-96.
GORDON SL, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ, SKEEN S, PERRY C, BRYANT K, TOMLINSON MR. Research Priorities for the Intersection of Alcohol and HIV/AIDS in low and Middle Income Countries: A Priority Setting Exercise. AIDS AND BEHAVIOR 2017; 21:262-273.
HAMMAN C, KRUGER L. Gossip girls: The power of girls’ gossip in a low-income South African community. Critical arts: South-North cultural and media studies 2017; 31(1):1-17.
HILLER RM, HALLIGAN SL, TOMLINSON MR, STEWART JMB, SKEEN S, CHRISTIE H. Post-trauma coping in the context of significant adversity: a qualitative study of young people living in an urban township in South Africa. BMJ Open 2017; 7:e016560, 10 pages.
HOWARD M, MURIS PEHM, LOXTON HS, WEGE A. Anxiety-Proneness, Anxiety Symptoms, and The Role of Parental Overprotection in Young South African Children. Journal of child and family studies 2017; 26:262-270.
HUNT XD, CAREW M, BRAATHEN SH, SWARTZ LP, CHIWAULA M, ROHLEDER P. The sexual and reproductive rights and benefit derived from sexual and reproductive health services of people with physical disabilities in South Africa: beliefs of non-disabled people. Reproductive health matters 2017; 25(50):66-79.
HUNT XD, NESPOLA A, TAPPER K, KAGEE SA. Sensitivity to reward and punishment: Associations with fat and sugar intake among South African students. South African Journal of Psychology 2017; 47(2):222-232.
HUNT XD, SWARTZ LP. Psychotherapy with a language interpreter: considerations and cautions for practice. South African Journal of Psychology 2017; 47(1):97-109.
HUNT XD, WATERMEYER B. A web of gaps: a discussion of research strands concerning Global South families with a disabled child. Global health action 2017; 10:1337355 10 pages.
JOHNSON SM, NAIDOO AV. A psychoeducational approach for prevention of burnout among teachers dealing with HIV/AIDS in South Africa. AIDS Care – Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV 2017; 29(1):73-78.
JOHNSON SM, NAIDOO AV. Can evolutionary insights into the brain’s response to threat suggest different group interventions for perceived stress and burnout of teachers in high-risk schools?. South African Journal of Psychology 2017; 47(3):401-415.
KAGEE SA, BANTJES JR, SAAL WL. Prevalence of Traumatic Events and Symptoms of PTSD Among South Africans Receiving an HIV Test. AIDS AND BEHAVIOR 2017; 21:3219-3227.
KAGEE SA, SAAL WL, BANTJES JR. Distress, depression and anxiety among persons seeking HIV testing. AIDS Care – Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV 2017; 29(3):280-284.
KAGEE SA, SAAL WL, DE VILLIERS BL, SEFATSA MJ, BANTJES JR. The Prevalence of Common Mental Disorders Amongst South Africans Seeking HIV Testing. AIDS and Behavior 2017; 21:1511-1517.
KEIKELAME MJ, SULIAMAN T, HENDRIKSZ MM, SWARTZ LP. Psychosocial challenges affecting the quality of life in adults with epilepsy and their carers in Africa: A review of published evidence between 1994 and 2014. African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine 2017; 9(1):a1275, 5 pages.
LE ROUX K, AKIN-OLUGBADE O, KATZEN LS, LAURENZI CAG, MERCER N, TOMLINSON MR, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ. Immunisation coverage in the rural Eastern Cape- are we getting the basics of primary care right? Results from a longitudinal prospective cohort study. SAMJ SOUTH AFRICAN MEDICAL JOURNAL 2017; 107(1):52-55.
LEOSCHUT L, KAFAAR Z. The frequency and predictors of poly-victimisation of South African children and the role of schools in its prevention. Psychology, Health and Medicine 2017; 22(S1):81-93.
LESCH E, BRITS SB, NAIDOO NT. ‘Walking on Eggshells to not Offend People’: Experiences of Same-sex Student Couples at A South African University. South African Journal of Higher Education 2017; 31(4):127-149.
LESCH E, CASPER R. ‘Drinking with respect’: Drinking constructions of men who live in a Cape Winelands farm community in South Africa. Journal of health psychology 2017; 22(4):409-421.
MAGIDSON J, SAAL WL, NEL A, REMMERT JE, KAGEE SA. Relationship between depressive symptoms, alcohol use, and antiretroviral therapy adherence among HIV-infected, clinic-attending patients in South Africa. Journal of health psychology 2017; 22(11):1426-1433.
MARX M, YOUNG SY, HARVEY J, ROSENSTEIN DA, SEEDAT S. An Examination of Differences in Psychological Resilience between Social Anxiety Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in the Context of Early Childhood Trauma. Frontiers in Psychology 2017; 8:Article 2056, 9 pages.
MEISSNER BL, BANTJES JR. Disconnection, reconnection and autonomy: four young South African men’s experience of attempting suicide. Journal of youth studies 2017; 20(7):781-797.
MIKTON CR, TANAKA M, TOMLINSON MR, STREINER DL, TONMYR L, LEE BX, FISHER J, HEGADOREN K, PIM JE, WANG S-JS, MACMILLAN H. Global research priorities for interpersonal violence prevention: a modified Delphi study. BULLETIN OF THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION 2017; 95:36-48.
MILES J, NAIDOO AV. The impact of a career intervention programme on South African Grade 11 learner’s career decision-making self-efficacy. South African Journal of Psychology 2017; 47(2):209-221.
MJI G, BRAATHEN SH, VERGUNST R, SCHEFFLER ES, KRITZINGER JM, MANNAN H, SCHNEIDER M, SWARTZ LP, VISAGIE SJ. Exploring the interaction of activity limitations with context, systems, community and personal factors in accessing public health care services: A presentation of South African case studies. African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine 2017; 9(1):a1166, 9 pages.
MORGAN B, HUNT XD, TOMLINSON MR. Thinking about the environment and theorising change: how could Life History Strategy Theory inform mHealth interventions in low- and middle-income countries. Global Health Action 2017; 10(1):1320118, 10 pages.
MORGAN B, KUMSTA R, FEARON P, MOSER D, SKEEN S, COOPER PJ, MURRAY L, MORAN G, TOMLINSON MR. Serotonin transporter gene (SLC6A4) polymorphism and susceptibility to a home-visiting maternal-infant attachment intervention delivered by community health workers in South Africa: reanalysis of a randomized controlled trial. PLOS MEDICINE 2017; 14(2):e1002237, 19 pages.
MUGISHA J, ABDULMALIK J, HANLON C, PETERSEN I, LUND C, ET AL . Health systems context(s) for integrating mental health into primary health care in six Emerald countries: a situation analysis. International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2017; 11:7, 13 pages.
MURIS PEHM, MANNENS J, PETERS L, MEESTERS C. The Youth Anxiety Measure for DSM-5 (YAM-5): Correlations with anxiety, fear, and depression scales in non-clinical children. JOURNAL OF ANXIETY DISORDERS 2017; 51:72-78.
MURIS PEHM, PETROCCHI N. Protection or Vulnerability? A Meta-Analysis of the Relations Between the Positive and Negative Components of Self-Compassion and Psychopathology. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy 2017; 24:373-383.
MURIS PEHM, SIMON E, LIJPHART H, BOS A, HALE III W, SCHMEITZ K. The Youth Anxiety Measure for DSM-5 (YAM-5): Development and First Psychometric Evidence of a New Scale for Assessing Anxiety Disorders Symptoms of Children and Adolescents. Child Psychiatry and Human Development 2017; 48(1):17 pages.
NORRIS S, DAAR ASS, BALASUBRAMANIAN D, BYASS P, KIMANI E, MACNAB AJ, PAUW CM, SINGHAL A, YAJNIK CS, PULLIAM J, SEEDAT S, TOMLINSON MR, VAN SCHALKWYK C, ET AL . Understanding and acting on the developmental origins of health and disease in Africa would improve health across generations. Global health action 2017; 10(1):1334985, 4 pages.
ONAH M, FIELD S, BANTJES JR, HONIKMAN S. Perinatal suicidal ideation and behaviour: psychiatry and adversity. Archives of Women’s Mental Health 2017; 20(2):321-331.
OTGAAR H, MURIS PEHM, HOWE M L, MERCKELBACH H. What Drives False Memories in Psychopathology? A Case for Associative Activation. Clinical Psychological Science 2017; 5(6):1048-1069.
OTTO HWR, SCHUITMAKER N, LAMM B, ABELS M, SERDTSE Y, YOVSI R, TOMLINSON MR. Infants’ Social Experiences in Three African Sociocultural Contexts. Child development 2017; 88(4):1235-1250.
PARRY CDH, TOMLINSON MR, BRYANT K, ROTHERHAM-BORUS MJ. Fresh Perspectives on the Alcohol and HIV Nexus: A Call for Action in an Era of Increased Opportunities and Challenges. AIDS AND BEHAVIOR 2017; 21:S121-S125.
PRETORIUS C. Barriers and facilitators to reaching a diagnosis of PNES from the patients’ perspective: Preliminary findings. SEIZURE-EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF EPILEPSY 2016; 38:1-6.
PRETORIUS C. Die ervaring van aktiewe betrokkenheid by ‘n aanlyn Facebook-ondersteuningsgroep as ‘n vorm van ondersteuning vir individue wat met Meervoudige Sklerose gediagnoseer is. Tydskrif vir Geesteswetenskappe 2016; 56(3):809-828.
RABIE S, NAIDOO AV. The Value of the Gap Year in the Facilitation of Career Adaptability. South African Journal of Higher Education 2017; 30(3):138-155.
ROCHAT TJ, MITCHELL J, AMORIM PENAS AM, STEIN A, TOMLINSON MR, BLAND R. Communication about HIV and death: Maternal reports of primary school-aged children’s questions after maternal HIV disclosure in rural South Africa. Social science and medicine 2017; 172:124-134.
ROOMANEY R, STEENKAMP JG, KAGEE SA. Predictors of burnout among HIV nurses in the Western Cape. Curationis: Research Journal of the Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa 2017; 4(1):#a1695, 9 pages.
ROOMANEY R, VAN EEDEN SJ, KAGEE SA. The factor structure of the Health-Promoting Lifestyle Profile II among a South African student sample. South African Journal of Psychology 2017; 47(3):389-400.
ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ, LE ROUX K, LE ROUX I, CHRISTODOULOU J, LAURENZI CAG, MBEWU N, TOMLINSON MR. To evaluate if increased supervision and support of South African Government health workers’ home visits improves maternal and child outcomes: study protocol for a randomized control trial. Trials 2017; 18:368, 10 pages.
ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ, TOMLINSON MR, SCHEFFLER A, HARRIS DM, NELSON SH. Adjustment of a Population of South African Children of Mothers Living With/and Without HIV Through Three Years Post-Birth. AIDS AND BEHAVIOR 2017; 21:1601-1610.
RUDAN I, YOSHIDA S, CHAN KY, SRIDHAR D, WAZNY K, TOMLINSON MR, ET AL . Setting health research priorities using the CHNRI method: VII. A review of the first 50 applications of the CHNRI method. Journal of Global Health 2017; 7(1):011004, 7 pages.
SCHMID K, WOLFER R, SWART H, CHRIST O, AL RAMIAH A, VERTOVEC S, HEWSTONE M. The “Wallpaper Effect” Revisited: Divergent Findings on the Effects of Intergroup Contact on Attitudes in diverse versus Non-diverse Contexts. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 2017; 43(9):1268-1283.
SHERR L, MACEDO A, CLUVER LD, MEINCK F, SKEEN S, HENSELS IS, SHERR LTS, ROBERTS KJ, TOMLINSON MR. Parenting, the other oldest profession in the world – a cross-sectional study of parenting and child outcomes in South Africa and Malawi. Health Psychology and Behavioral Medicine 2017; 5(1):145-165.
SHERR L, MACEDO A, TOMLINSON MR, SKEEN S, CLUVER LD. Could cash and good parenting affect child cognitive development? a cross-sectional study in South Africa and Malawi. BMC Pediatrics 2017; 17:123, 11 pages.
SHERR L, TOMLINSON MR, MACEDO A, SKEEN S, HENSELS IS, CLUVER LD. Can cash break the cycle of educational risks for young children in high HIV-affected communities? A cross-sectional study in South Africa and Malawi. Journal of Global Health 2017; 7(1):010409, 10 pages.
SIMON E, BOS A, VERBOON P, SMEEKENS S, MURIS PEHM. Psychometric properties of the Youth Anxiety Measure for DSM-5 (YAM-5) in a community sample. PERSONALITY AND INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES 2017; 116:258-264.
SKEEN S, SHERR L, CROOME N, GANDHI N, ROBERTS KJ, MACEDO A, TOMLINSON MR. Interventions to improve psychosocial well-being for children affected by HIV and AIDS: a systematic review. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies 2017; 12(2):91-116.
TEYE-KWADJO E, KAGEE SA, SWART H. Determinants of condom use among heterosexual young men and women in southeastern Ghana: a mediation analysis. Psychology and Sexuality 2017; 8(1-4):291-305.
TEYE-KWADJO E, KAGEE SA, SWART H. Predicting the Intention to Use Condoms and Actual Condom Use Behaviour: A Three-Wave: Longitudinal Study in Ghana. Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being 2017; 9(1):81-105.
TOMLINSON MR, JORDANS M, MACMILLAN H, BETANCOURT T, HUNT XD, MIKTON CR. Research priority setting for integrated early child development and violence prevention (ECD+) in low and middle income countries: An expert opinion exercise. Child Abuse and Neglect 2017; 72:131-139.
TOMLINSON MR, SHERR L, MACEDO A, HUNT XD, SKEEN S. Paid staff or volunteers – does it make a difference? The impact of staffing on child outcomes for children attending community-based programmes in South Africa and Malawi. Global health action 2017; 10(1):1381462, 13 pages.
TURNER J, PIGOTT H, TOMLINSON MR, JORDANS M. Developmental assistance for child and adolescent mental health in low-and middle-income countries (2007-2014): Annual trends and allocation by sector, project type, donors and recipients. Journal of Global Health 2017; 7(2):020901, 11 pages.
VAN EWYK JJ, KRUGER L. The Emotional experience of Motherhood in Planned Lesbian Families in the South African Context: “… Look How good a Job I’m Doing, Look How Amazing We Are”. Journal of homosexuality 2017; 64(3):343-366.
VAN HEERDEN A, TOMLINSON MR, SKEEN S, PARRY CDH, BRYANT K, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ. Innovation at the Intersection of Alcohol and HIV Research. AIDS AND BEHAVIOR 2017; 21(2):S274-S278.
VAN HEYNINGEN T, HONIKMAN S, MYER L, ONAH M, FIELD S, TOMLINSON MR. Prevalence and predictors of anxiety disorders amongst low-income pregnant women in urban South Africa: a cross-sectional study. Archives of Women’s Mental Health 2017; 20:765-775.
VERGUNST R, SWARTZ LP, HEM K-G, EIDE AH, MANNAN H, MACLACHLAN M, MJI G, BRAATHEN SH, SCHNEIDER M. Access to health care for persons with disabilities in rural South Africa. BMC HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH 2017; 17(1):741, 8 pages.
VISAGIE LS, LOXTON HS, STALLARD P, SILVERMAN WK. Insights into the Feelings, Thoughts, and Behaviors of Children with Visual Impairments: A Focus Group Study Prior to Adapting a Cognitive Behavior Therapy-Based Anxiety Intervention. Journal of Visual Impairment and Blindness 2017; 111(3):231-246.
VISAGIE SJ, EIDE AH, DYRSTAD K, MANNAN H, SWARTZ LP, SCHNEIDER M, MJI G, MUNTHALI A, KHOGALI M, VAN ROOY G, HEM K-G, MACLACHLAN M. Factors related to environmental barriers experienced by persons with and without disabilities in diverse African settings. PLoS One 2017; 12(10):e0186342, 14 pages.
VISAGIE SJ, EIDE AH, MANNAN H, SCHNEIDER M, SWARTZ LP, MJI G, MUNTHALI A, KHOGALI M, VAN ROOY G, HEM KG, MACLACHLAN M. A description of assistive technology sources, services and outcomes of use in a number of African settings. Disability and rehabilitation. Assistive technology 2017; 12(7):705-712.
WILLIAMSON V, BUTLER I, TOMLINSON MR, SKEEN S, CHRISTIE H, STEWART JMB, HALLIGAN SL. Caregiver Responses to Child Posttraumatic Distress: A Qualitative Study in a High-Risk context in South Africa. JOURNAL OF TRAUMATIC STRESS 2017; 30:482-490.
WILLIAMSON V, COETZEE BJ, KAGEE SA, TOMLINSON MR. Factors influencing mothers’ decision to enroll their HIV-negative children in a hypothetical HIV vaccine trial. Future Virology 2017; 12(1):19-28.
WILSON A, SALIFU YENDORK J, SOMHLABA NZ. Psychometric Properties of Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support amon Ghanaian Adolescents. Child Indicators Research 2017; 10:101-115.
WILSON A, SOMHLABA NZ. Ghanaian school-going adloescents’ self-perceived barriers of access to quality education: A qualitiative study. Development Southern Africa 2017; 34(5):652-665.
WILSON A, SOMHLABA NZ. The position of Ghana on the progressive map of positive mental health: A critical perspective. Global public health 2017; 12(5):579-588.
WYNN A, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ, LEIBOWITZ AA, WEICHLE TW, LE ROUX I, TOMLINSON MR. Mentor Mothers Program Improved Child Health Outcomes At A Relatively Low Cost In South Africa. HEALTH AFFAIRS 2017; 36(11):1947-1955.
ZYGMONT CS, NAIDOO AV. A phenomenographic study of factors leading to variation in the experience of a school-based wilderness experiential programme. South African Journal of Psychology 2017; 48(1):129-141.
Journal Articles (NON-subsidised)
BANTJES JR, BREET E, DE WET HC, KHAN M, WEISS RE, LEWIS I. Gender differences in epidemiology and medical service utilisation among self-harm patients seeking treatment at an urban hospital in South Africa. Suicidology Online 2017; 8:10-23.
Chapters in Books
BANTJES JR, SWARTZ LP. Epistemology and Ethnography in Health Systems Research. In: SWARTZ LP (ed.) SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2, Sage, United Kingdom, 2017: 1-12.
LAZARUS S, SEEDAT M, NAIDOO AV. Community building: Challenges of constructing community. In: Bond MA, Serrano-Garcia I, Keys CB (eds.) APA Handbook of Community Psychology Volume 2: Methods for Community Research and Action for Diverse Groups and Issues, American Psychological Association, Washington, USA, 2017: 215-234.
LAZARUS S, TALIEP N, NAIDOO AV. Community Asset Mapping as a Critical Participatory Research Method. In: Seedat M, Suffla S, Christie DJ (eds.) Emancipatory and Participatory Methodologies in Peace, Critical, and Community Psychology, Springer, New York, USA, 2017: 45-59.
NAIDOO AV, ZYGMONT CS. Harnessing the Power of Ecopsychology in Community Work. In: Seedat M, Suffla S, Christie DJ (eds.) Emancipatory and Participatory Methodologies in Peace, Critical, and Community Psychology, Springer, New York, USA, 2017: 77-89.
DOUGLAS GK. Use of the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scale in the assessment of intellectually disabled complainants in sexual abuse cases in the Western Cape. PhD, 2017. 487 pp.
FISHER LD. Registered Counsellors at a crossroads: Current status, professional identity and training realities. PhD, 2017. 334 pp.
FLUKS LL. Psychosocial experiences related to student community engagement: A multilevel analysis. PhD, 2017. 288 pp.
LESCH AM. “Spreading the word” – Examining the dynamics of community engagement in HIV vaccine research at an HIV prevention research centre in the Western Cape South Africa . PhD, 2017. 275 pp.
RABIE S. A translation and psychometric investigation of the South African career interest inventory across gender and race among secondary school learners. PhD, 2017. 285 pp.
REINECKE CR. Beyond vicarious trauma: exploring adversarial growth in a sample of South African paramedics. PhD, 2017. 230 pp.
ROOMANEY R. The construction and validation of a health-related quality of life measure for women with endometriosis. PhD, 2017. 310 pp.
SAAL WL. Common mental and substance use disorders among people seeking HIV testing. PhD, 2017. 312 pp.
ADAMSON A. Divergent masculinity discourses among Stellenbosch student males: traditional masculinity and the progressive male/new man discourse. MA, 2017. 159 pp.
ALEXANDER C. Community Participation Practices in Health-related NGOs in the Western Cape: A Focus on Stakeholders’ Perspectives. MA, 2017. 110 pp.
BINGHAM JR. Experiences of caregivers of children with disabilities in semi-rural areas near Cape Town, South Africa. MA, 2017. 243 pp.
BUTT MP. Parents’ and facilitators’ perceptions of children with autism spectrum disorder in an equine-assisted learning programme. MA, 2017. 181 pp.
CASPER R. Male friendships and drinking: an explorative study in one low-income, semi-rural, Western Cape community. MA, 2017. 236 pp.
DAIBER C. Attitude and intergroup anxiety generalisation as mediators of the secondary transfer effect of the contact-prejudice relationship among white South African Stellenbosch University students. MA, 2017. 143 pp.
DE KWAADSTENIET N. Male perpetrators’ construction of masculine identity: Attitudes and beliefs on intimate-partner violence. MA, 2017. 132 pp.
DU TOIT S. Structural brain differences and motor functioning in prenatally Methamphetamine exposed children in Cape Town. MA, 2017. 130 pp.
DU TOIT SN. The experience of postpartum distress in the transition to motherhood: A study of one group of low-income mothers in South Africa. MA, 2017. 181 pp.
GOLDSTONE DG. Mental health care providers talk about suicide prevention among people with substance use disorders in South Africa. MA, 2017. 207 pp.
HAMMAN C. The Subjective Experience of Individuals Diagnosed with Schizophrenia in the Western Cape, South Africa. MA, 2017. 176 pp.
HAW PM. Best friend nominations and peer status amongst preschoolers: a South African study. MA, 2017. 191 pp.
HAWKRIDGE CJ. Animal-assisted activities for adolescents with autism spectrum disorder: Teachers’ and parents’ perceptions. MA, 2017. 156 pp.
HUMAN K. A multilevel examination of the moderating role of diversity and tutorial language on intergroup contact in the first-year psychology tutorial programme at Stellenbosch University. MA, 2017. 133 pp.
KANSIIME P. Barriers and facilitators to physical and mental health help-seeking among Congolese male refugee survivors of conflict-related sexual violence living in Kampala. MPhil, 2017. 155 pp.
KOHLER KC. The daily functioning and quality of life of adults with obsessive compulsive disorder: a qualitative inquiry. MA, 2017. 144 pp.
MARLOW MB. Infant feeding practices in the context of HIV: A qualitative exploration of the barriers and facilitators to exclusive breastfeeding in one rural and one peri-urban community in South Africa. MA, 2017. 209 pp.
NAGEL JB. Structural barriers to treatment for pregnant Coloured women abusing TIK in Cape Town: The experiences of healthcare providers. **MISSING DEGREE**, 2017. 141 pp.
RALL D. Exploring the caregiver experience: caring for a deinstitutionalised individual with schizophrenia in the Western Cape, South Africa. MA, 2017. 267 pp.
SEYMOUR HALL R. The effect of self-talk as an anxiety regulation intervention on coincident anticipation timing and batting performance in cricket. MA, 2017. 148 pp.
SMIT A. The secondary transfer effect of intergroup contact: attitude and empathy generalisation amongst white South African students at Stellenbosch University. MA, 2017. 157 pp.
VAN BESOUW JR. Animal-assisted activities in a halfway facility: A case study. MA, 2017. 262 pp.
WIDAN RJ. Aspects of social support associated with adaptation in middle-class, single-mother families: a mixed-methods approach. MA, 2017. 152 pp.