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Journal Articles (subsidised)

ANDERSEN L, MAGIDSON J, O CLEIRIGH C, REMMERT JE, KAGEE SA, LEAVER M, STEIN DJ, SAFREN SA, JOSKA JA. A pilot study of a nurse-delivered cognitive behavioral stherapy intervention (Ziphamandla) for adherence and depression in HIV in South Africa. Journal of Health Psychology 2018; 23(6):776-787.

ARFER KODI B, TOMLINSON MR, MAYEKISO A, BANTJES JR, VAN HEERDEN A, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ. Criterion Validity of Self-Reports of Alcohol, Cannabis, and Methamphetamine Use Among Young Men in Cape Town, South Africa. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 2018; 16:42-52.

BANTJES JR, HUNT XD, TOMLINSON MR, SMIT A. A case study of lessons learnt from implementing a routine outcome monitoring system for psychotherapy in a South African community clinic. South African Journal of Psychology 2018; 48(2):193-205.

BANTJES JR, KAGEE SA. Common Mental disorders and psychological adjustment among individuals seeking HIV testing: a study protocol to explore implications for mental health care systems. International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2018; 12:16, 10 pages.

BANTJES JR, SWARTZ L, CEMBI S. “Our lifestyle is a mix-match”: Traditional healers talk about suicide and suicide prevention in South Africa. Transcultural Psychiatry 2018; 55(1):73-93.

BANTJES JR, SWARTZ L. Social Inclusion Through Parasport: A Critical Reflection on the Current State of Play. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America 2018; 29:409–416.

BANTJES JR, TOMLINSON MR, WEISS RE, YEN PK, GOLDSTONE DG, STEWART JMB, QONDELA TW, RABIE S, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ. Non-fatal suicidal behaviour, depression and poverty among young men living in low-resource communities in South Africa. BMC Public Health 2018; 18:1195, 12 pages.

BARON E, RATHOD S, HANLON C, PRINCE M, FEDAKU A, KIGOZI F, JORDANS M, LUITEL NP, MEDHIN G, MURHAR V, NAKKU J, PATEL V, PETERSEN I, SELOHILWE O, SHIDHAYE R, SSEBUNNYA J, TOMLINSON MR, LUND C, DE SILVA M. Impact of district mental health care plans on symptom severity and functioning of patients with priority mental health conditions: the Programme for Improving Mental Health Care (PRIME) cohort protocol. BMC Psychiatry 2018; 18:61, 14 pages.

BREET E, BANTJES JR, LEWIS I. Substance use and self-harm: a cross-sectional study of the prevalence, correlates and patterns of medical service utilisation among patients admitted to a South African hospital. BMC Health Services Research 2018; 18:157, 10 pages.

BREET E, BOTHA J, HORN L, SWARTZ L. Academic and Scientific Authorship Practices: A Survey Among South African Researchers. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 2018; 13(4):412-420.

BREET E, GOLDSTONE DG, BANTJES JR. Substance use and suicidal ideation and behaviour in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review. BMC Public Health 2018; 18:549, 18 pages.

CAPRI CH, ABRAHAMS L, MCKENZIE J, COETZEE O, MKABILE S, SAPTOUW M, HOOPER A, SMITH PJ, ADNAMS CM, SWARTZ L. Intellectual disability rights and inclusive citizenship in South Africa: What can a scoping review tell us?. African Journal of Disability 2018; 7:a396, 17 pages.

CAPRI CH, SWARTZ L. The Right to Be Freepeople: Relational Voluntary-Assisted-Advocacy as a Psychological and Ethical Resource for Decolonizing Intellectual Disability. Journal of Social and Political Psychology 2018; 6(2):556-574.

CAPRI CH, SWARTZ L. ‘We are actually, after all, just children’: caring societies and South African infantilisation of adults with intellectual disability. Disability and society 2018; 33(2): 285-308.

CHINGONO R, MEBRAHTU H, MUPAMBIREYI Z, SIMMS V , WEISS HA, NDLOVU P, CHARASIKA F, TOMLINSON MR, CLUVER LD, COWAN FM, SHERR L. Evaluating the effectiveness of a multi-component intervention on early childhood development in paediatric HIV care and treatment programmes: a randomised controlled trial. BMC Pediatrics 2018; 18:222, 10 pages.

COETZEE BJ, KOHRMAN H, TOMLINSON MR, MBEWU N, LE ROUX I, ADAM M. Community health workers’ experiences of using video teaching tools during home visits – A pilot study. Health and Social Care in the Community 2018; 26(2):167-175.

COETZEE O, ADNAMS CM, SWARTZ L. A psychodynamic understanding of parental stress among parents of children with learning and developmental disability and behaviours that challenge. Psychodynamic Practice 2018; 24(4):334-345.

DE WET HC, KAGEE SA. Perceived barriers and facilitators to HIV testing in South African communities. Journal of Health Psychology 2018; 23(12):1635-1645.

DIAB M, VERONESE G, JAMEI YA, HAMAM R, SALEH S, KAGEE SA. Community Work in the Ongoing Crisis Context of Gaza: Integrating a Public Health and Human Rights Approach. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy 2018; 39(2):320-330.

DU TOIT A, PRETORIUS C. Diagnostic and treatment practices for psychogenic nonepileptic and epileptic seizures in Namibia. Epilepsy and Behavior 2018; 83:92-102.

FRENKEL L, SWARTZ L, BANTJES JR. Chronic traumatic stress and chronic pain in the majority world: notes towards an integrative approach. Critical public health 2018; 28(1):12-21.

GITHAIGA JN, GOBODO-MADIKIZELA P, WAHL WP. ‘They dug up wounds’: University of the Free State students’ experiences of transformation and integration in campus residences. Race Ethnicity and Education 2018; 21(6):773-790.

GOLDSTONE DG, BANTJES JR, DANNATT L. Mental health care providers’ suggestions for suicide prevention among people with substance use disorders in South Africa: a qualitative study. Substance Abuse: Treatment, Prevention, and Policy 2018; 13:47, 12 pages.

GUSH M, GREEFF AP. Integrating positive psychology principles and exercises into a second-language high school curriculum. South African Journal of Education 2018; 38(3):Art. #1638, 11 pages.

HASSAN NR, SWARTZ L, KAGEE SA, DE WET A, LESCH AM, KAFAAR Z, NEWMAN P A . “There is not a safe space where they can find themselves to be free”: (Un) safe spaces and the promotion of queer visibilities among township males who have sex with males (MSM) in Cape Town, South Africa. HEALTH & PLACE 2018; 49:93-100.

HINGRAY C, EL-HAGE W, DUNCAN R, GIGINEISHVILI D, KANEMOTO K, LAFRANCE JR W.C, DE MARINIS A, PAUL R, PRETORIUS C, TÉLLEZ-ZENTENO JOSÉ F, WISEMAN H, REUBER M. Access to diagnostic and therapeutic facilities for psychogenic nonepileptic seizures: An International survey by the ILAE PNES Task Force. EPILEPSIA 2018; 59:203-214.

HUNT XD, BRAATHEN SH, SWARTZ L, CAREW MARK T, ROHLEDER P. Intimacy, intercourse and adjustments: Experiences of sexual life of a group of people with physical disabilities in South Africa. Journal of Health Psychology 2018; 23(2):289-305.

HUNT XD, SWARTZ L, CAREW M, BRAATHEN SH, CHIWAULA M, ROHLEDER P. Dating persons with physical disabilities: the perceptions of South Africans without disabilities. Culture, health and sexuality 2018; 20(2):141-155.

HUNT XD, SWARTZ L, ROHLEDER P, CAREW MARK T, BRAATHEN SH. Withdrawn, strong, kind, but de-gendered: non-disabled South Africans’ stereotypes concerning persons with physical disabilities. Disability and society 2018; 33(10):1579-1600.

KAGEE SA, ROOMANEY R, KNOLL N. Psychosocial predictors of distress and depression among South African breast cancer patients. PSYCHO-ONCOLOGY 2018; 27(3):908-914.

KAGEE SA, SAAL WL, BANTJES JR. The relationship between symptoms of common mental disorders and drug and alcohol misuse among persons seeking an HIV test. AIDS Care – Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV 2018; 30(2):219-223.

KAGEE SA. Psychosocial Humanitarian interventions in the Global South: The Potential contributions of Social Work and Community Psychology. Social Work: A Professional Journal for the Social Worker 2018; 54(1):274-282.

KANSIIME P, VAN DER WESTHUIZEN C, KAGEE SA. Barriers and facilitators to physical and mental health help-seeking among Congolese male refugee survivors of conflict-related sexual violence living in Kampala. Social work and social sciences review 2018; 19(3):152-173.

KEIKELAME MJ, SWARTZ L. “By working together and caring for one another we can win this fight”: a qualitative exploration of a traditional healer’s perspectives of care of people with epilepsy in a South African urban township in Cape Town. Epilepsy and Behavior 2018; 79:230-233.

KEIKELAME MJ, SWARTZ L. ‘I wonder if I did not mess up…”: Shame and resistance among women with epilepsy. Seizure-European Journal of Epilepsy 2018; 61:50-56.

KOHLER KC, COETZEE BJ, LOCHNER C. Living with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD): a South African narrative. International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2018; 12:73, 11 pages.

KPOBI LNA, SWARTZ L, KEIKELAME MJ. Ghanaian traditional and faith healers’ explanatory models for epilepsy. Epilepsy and Behavior 2018; 84:88-92.

KPOBI LNA, SWARTZ L, OFORI-ATTA A. Challenges in the use of the mental health information system in a resource-limited setting: lessons from Ghana. BMC Health Services Research 2018; 18:98, 8 pages.

KPOBI LNA, SWARTZ L. Implications of healing power and positioning for collaboration between formal mental health services and traditional/alternative medicine: the case of Ghana. Global Health Action 2018; 11:1445333, 7 pages.

KPOBI LNA, SWARTZ L. ‘That is how the real mad people behave’: Beliefs about and treatment of mental disorders by traditional medicine-men in Accra, Ghana. International journal of social psychiatry 2018; 64(4):309-316.

KPOBI LNA, SWARTZ L. ‘The threads in his mind have torn’: conceptualization and treatment of mental disorders by neo-prophetic Christian healers in Accra, Ghana. International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2018; 12:40, 12 pages.

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, VAN DER WATT ASJ. Living single: A phenomenological study of a group of South African single women. Feminism and psychology 2018; 28(3):390-408.

LEWINSOHN R, CRANKSHAW T, TOMLINSON MR, GIBBS A, BUTLER L, SMIT JA. “This baby came up and then he said, “I give up!”: The interplay between unintended pregnancy, sexual partnership dynamics and social support and the impact on women’s well-being in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. MIDWIFERY 2018; 62:29-35.

LOADES ME, COETZEE BJ, DU TOIT S, KAGEE SA. ‘ … But i’m still tired’: the experience of fatigue among South African adolescents receiving antiretrovirol therapy. AIDS Care – Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV 2018; 30(6):746-750.

LOUW JG, TOMLINSON MR, OLIVIER L. Unrealistic optimism with regard to drinking during pregnancy among women of childbearing age in a South African community. South African Journal of Psychology 2018; 48(2):219-229.

LOXTON HS, ROOMANEY R, COBB CC. Students’ self-reported fears and the perceived origins thereof. Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health 2018; 30(3):183-189.

MACEDO A, SHERR L, TOMLINSON MR, SKEEN S, ROBERTS K. Parental Bereavement in Young Children living in South Africa and Malawi: Understanding Mental Health Resilience. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2018; 78(4):390-398.

MCKINNEY EL. Two’s company, three’s a crowd: disabled people, their carers and their partners. Disability and society 2018; 33(2):272-284.

MEDICH MELISSA, MINDRY DEBORAH, TOMLINSON MR, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ, BANTJES JR, SWENDEMAN D. The pull of soccer and the push of Xhosa boys in an HIV and drug abuse intervention in the Western Cape, South Africa. Sahara J-Journal of Social Aspects of HIV-AIDS 2018; 15(1):187-199.

MEKONNEN HABTAMU, MEDKIN G, TOMLINSON MR, ALEM A, PRINCE M, HANLON C. Impact of maternal common mental disorders on child educational outcomes at 7 and 9 years: a population-based cohort study in Ethiopia. BMJ Open 2018; 8:e018916, 10 pages.

MITCHELL JM, TOMLINSON MR, BLAND RM, HOULE B, STEIN A, ROCHAT T. Confirmatory factor analysis of the Kaufman assessment battery in a sample of primary school-aged children in rural South Africa. South African Journal of Psychology 2018; 48(4):434-452.


MORTIER P, AUERBACH R, ALONSO J, BANTJES JR, CUIJPERS P, LOCHNER C, TALJAARD L, ROOS J, ET AL . Suicidal thoughts and behaviors among first-year college students: Results From the WMH-ICS Project. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY 2018; 57(4):263-273.

MURIS PEHM, MEESTERS C, VAN ASSELDONK M. Shame on Me! Self-Conscious Emotions and Big Five Personality Traits and Their Relations to Anxiety Disorders Symptoms in Young, Non-Clinical Adolescents. Child Psychiatry and Human Development 2018; 49:268-278.

MURIS PEHM, ROODENRIJS D, KELGTERMANS L, SLIWINSKI S, BERLAGE U, BAILLIEUX H, DECKERS A, GUNTHER M, PAANAKKER B, HOLTERMAN I. No Medication for My Child! A Naturalistic Study on the Treatment Preferences for and Effects of Cogmed Working Memory Training Versus Psychostimulant Medication in Clinically Referred Youth with ADHD. Child Psychiatry and Human Development 2018; 49:974-992.

MURIS PEHM, VAN DEN BROEK M, OTGAAR H, OUDENHOVEN I, LENNARTZ J. Good and Bad Sides of Self-Compassion: A Face Validity Check of the Self-Compassion Scale and an Investigation of its Relations to Coping and Emotional Symptoms in Non-Clinical Adolescents. Journal of Child and Family Studies 2018; 27:2411-2421.

OKAFOR CN, CHRISTODOULOU J, BANTJES JR, QONDELA TW, STEWART JMB, SHOPTAW S, TOMLINSON MR, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ. Understanding HIV Risk Behaviors Among Young Men in South Africa: A Syndemic Approach. AIDS and Behavior 2018; 22:3962-3970.

PÉREZ-ESCAMILLA R, CAVALLERA V, TOMLINSON MR, DUA T. Scaling up Integrated Early Childhood Development programs: lessons from four countries. Child: Care, Health and Development 2018; 44(1):50-61.

PRETORIUS C, STEADMAN J. Barriers and Facilitators to Caring for a Child with Cerebral Palsy in rural Communities of the Western Cape, South Africa. Child Care in Practice 2018; 24(4):413-430.

ROBSON C, MYERS L, PRETORIUS C, LIAN O S, REUBER M. Health related quality of life of people with non-epileptic seizures: The role of socio-demographic characteristics and stigma. Seizure-European Journal of Epilepsy 2018; 55:93-99.

ROHLEDER P, BRAATHEN SH, HUNT XD, CAREW MARK T, SWARTZ L. Sexuality erased, questioned, and explored: the experiences of South Africans with physical disabilities. Psychology and Sexuality 2018; 9(4):369-379.

ROOMANEY R, KAGEE SA. Salient aspects of quality of life among women diagnosed with endometriosis: A qualitative study. Journal of Health Psychology 2018; 23(7):905-916.

ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ, TOMLINSON MR, MAYEKISO A, BANTJES JR, HARRIS DM, STEWART JMB, WEISS RE. Gender-specific HIV and substance abuse prevention strategies for South African men: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials 2018; 19:417, 13 pages.

ROTHERAM-FULLER E J, TOMLINSON MR, SCHEFFLER A, WEICHLE TW, REZVAN PH, COMULADA WS, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ. Maternal Patterns of Antenatal and Postnatal Depressed Mood and the Impact on Child Health at 3-Years Postpartum. JOURNAL OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 2018; 86(3):218-230.

SAAL WL, KAGEE SA, BANTJES JR. Utility of the Beck Depression Inventory in measuring major depression among individuals seeking HIV testing in the Western Cape, South Africa. AIDS Care – Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV 2018; 30(S1):29-36.

SHABALALA NCN. Feeling some Typ’A way: A young Black Woman’s experience of Education in South Africa. South African Journal of Higher Education 2018; 32(4):215-228.

SHERR L, HENSELS IS, TOMLINSON MR, SKEEN S, MACEDO A. Cognitive and physical development in HIV-positive children in South Africa and Malawi: A community-based follow up comparison study. Child: Care, Health and Development 2018; 44:89-98.

SKEEN S, PRINCE B, VAN ROOYEN H, TOMLINSON MR, SWARTZ A, COLVIN CJ, COOPER D, CLUVER LD, DAVIDOVICH U, HARDING R, CATALAN JRM, SPIRE B, HEDGE B, SHERR L. What will it really take to end the HIV epidemic?. AIDS Care – Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV 2018; 30(S2):1-4.

SWARTZ L, BANTJES JR, BISSET F. Fitting in and looking pretty: experiences of students with visual impairment participating in ‘inclusive’ ballroom dance classes. Disability and society 2018; 33(7):1087-1102.

SWARTZ L, BANTJES JR, KNIGHT BL, WILMOT GTC, DERMAN EW. “They don’t understand that we also exist”: South African participants in competitive disability sport and the politics of identity . DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION 2018; 40(1):35-41.

SWARTZ L, HUNT XD, WATERMEYER B, BRAATHEN SH, CAREW M, ROHLEDER P. Symbolic violence and the invisibility of disability. African Safety Promotion – A journal of Injury and violence Prevention 2018; 16(2):21-30.

SWARTZ L, MARCHETTI-MERCER M. Disabling Africa: the power of depiction and the benefits of discomfort. Disability and society 2018; 33(3):482-486.

SWARTZ L. Building capacity or enforcing normalcy/ Engaging with disability scholarship in Africa. Qualitative Research in Psychology 2018; 15(1):116-130.

SWARTZ L. Representing disability and development in the global south. Medical Humanities 2018; 44(4):281-284.

TALIEP N, LAZARUS S, NAIDOO AV. A qaulitative meta-synthesis of interpersonal violence prevention programs focused on males. JOURNAL OF INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE 2019; 1:1-31.

TEYE-KWADJO E, KAGEE SA, SWART H. Condom use negotiation among high school adolescents in Ghana: the role of gender. South African Journal of Psychology 2018; 48(4):465-475.

TEYE-KWADJO E, KAGEE SA, SWART H. Does Past Condom Use Moderate the Future Condom use Intention-Behavior Relationship? Results from a Ghanaian Sample. Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied 2018; 152(6):325-340.

THACKWELL ND, CHILIZA B, SWARTZ L. Mentorship experiences during registrar training: reflections of Black African specialists in the Western Cape. Race Ethnicity and Education 2018; 21(6):791-807.

TOMLINSON MR, HUNT XD, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ. Diffusing and scaling evidence-based interventions: eight lessons for early child development form the implementation of perinatal home visiting in South Africa. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 2018; 1419:218-229.

TOMLINSON MR, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ, SCHEFFLER A, LE ROUX I. Antenatal depressed mood and child cognitive and physical growth at 18-months in South Africa: a cluster randomised controlled trial of home visiting by community health workers. Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences 2018; 27:601-610.

TOMLINSON MR. From surviving to thriving: What evidence is needed to move early child-development interventions to scale?. PLoS Medicine 2018; 15(4):e1002557, 3 pages.

VAN HEYNINGEN T, HONIKMAN S, TOMLINSON MR, FIELD S, MYER L. Comparison of mental health screening tools for detecting antenatal depression and anxiety disorders in South African women. PLoS One 2018; 13(4):e0193697, 18 pages.

VERGUNST R. From global-to-local: rural mental health in South Africa. Global Health Action 2018; 11(1):1413916, 6 pages.

VISAGIE SJ, SWARTZ L. “There is nothing wrong with me”: disability invisibility in a rural South African town. DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION 2018; 40(15):1799-1807.

WILLIAMSON V, HALLIGAN SL, COETZEE BJ, BUTLER I, TOMLINSON MR, SKEEN S, STEWART JMB. Caregiver experiences of public services following child trauma exposure: a qualitative study. International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2018; 12:15, 8 pages.

WILLIS N, MAVHU W, WOGRIN C, MUTSINZA A, KAGEE SA. Understanding the experience and manifestation of depression in adolescents living with HIV in Harare, Zimbabwe. PLoS One 2018; 13(1):e0190423, 11 pages.

WILSON A, SOMHLABA NZ. Gender, Age, Religion and Positive Mental Health Among Adolescents in a Ghanaian Socio-Cultural Context. Child Indicators Research 2018; 11:1131-1158.

Journal Articles (NON-subsidised)

BARNARD Y, LESCH AM, CASSIDY TONY. Motivational Interviewing for Poorly Controlled Type 2 Diabetics in a Rural South African Community. Archives of Clinical and Medical Case Reports 2018; 2(6):168-181.

DU TOIT A, PRETORIUS C. Seizures in Namibia: A study of traditional health practitioners. Epilepsia Open 2018; 3(3):374-382.


PATTMAN RW, CAROLISSEN RL. Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities. African Sun Media, Stellenbosch, South Africa 2018:570 pp.

TOMLINSON MR, HANLON C, STEVENSON A. Child and Adolescent Development: an expanded focus on public health in Africa. UCT Press, Cape Town, South Africa 2018:362 pp.

Chapters in Books

BANTJES JR, KAGEE SA, YOUNG C. Counselling psychology in South Africa. In: Goodyear RK, Lichtenberg JW (eds.) A Global Portrait of Counselling Psychology, Routhledge, Los Angelas, USA, 2017: 55-67.

BANTJES JR, SWARTZ L. When ethical procedures can’t do the job: Ethical dilemmas of undertaking critical organisational ethnographies in social and health research. In: Macleod C, Marx J, Mnyaka P, Treharne GJ (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Ethics in Critical Research, Palgrave MacMillan, Gewebestrasse, Switzerland, 2018: 385-397.

DUNCAN MS. ‘Why did you Choose to Sit Here?’ Interviews with people in same-race friendship groups at Stellenbosch University. In: PATTMAN RW, CAROLISSEN RL (eds.) Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities, African Sun Media, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2018: 109-125.

HUNT XD, TOMLINSON MR. Child Developmental Trajectories in Adversity: Environmental Embedding and Developmental Cascades in Contexts of Risk. In: Hodes M, SHUR-FEN GAU S, de Vries PJ (eds.) Understanding Uniqueness and Diversity in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Elsevier, London, United Kingdom, 2018: 137-166.

MCKINNEY EL, LOURENS H, SWARTZ L. Disability and higher education in South Africa: Political responses and embodied experiences. In: PATTMAN RW, CAROLISSEN RL (eds.) Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities, Sun African Media, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2018: 293-320.

MPATLANYANE VL. Transforming the Intellectual: Open Stellenbosch and the use of social media. In: PATTMAN RW, CAROLISSEN RL (eds.) Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities, African Sun Media, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2018: 431-448.

ODENDAAL PJL. Performing Transformation: Exploring the contribution of the InZync poetry sessions to sociocultural transformation in Stellenbosch. In: PATTMAN RW, CAROLISSEN RL (eds.) Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities, African Sun Media, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2018: 405-430.

PATTMAN RW, CAROLISSEN RL. Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities: An Introduction. In: PATTMAN RW, CAROLISSEN RL (eds.) Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities, African Sun Media, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2018: 1-30.

RICHARDS RJ, MAPUMULO C, SWARTZ L. ‘Silence is violence’: Claiming voice for disability in higher education transformation. In: PATTMAN RW, CAROLISSEN RL (eds.) Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities, African Sun Media, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2018: 321-334.

STEVENSON A, HUNT XD, TOMLINSON MR, HANLON C. Ushering in Sustainable Development Goals. In: TOMLINSON MR, Hanlon C, Stevenson A (eds.) Child and Adolescent Development: An Expanded Focus on Public Health in Africa, UCT Press, Cape Town, South Africa, 2018: 1-6.

SULIMAN S, VAN DEN HEUVEL LL, SEEDAT S. Resilience in children and adolescents. In: TOMLINSON MR, Hanlon C, Stevenson A (eds.) Child and Adolescent Development: An Expanded Focus on Public Health in Africa, UCT Press, South Africa, 2018: 271-297.

VAN DER WAAL CS, DU TOIT M. Whiteness, Afrikaans Language Politics and Higher Education Transformation at Stellenbosch University. In: PATTMAN RW, CAROLISSEN RL (eds.) Transforming Transformation in Research and Teaching at South African Universities , African Sun Media, Stellenbosch, South Africa, 2018: 451-466.

Doctoral completed

ALBIEN AJ. A mixed-methods analysis of black adolescents’ vocational identity status and career adaptability competencies in a low income township . PhD, 2018. 350 pp.

BREET E. Substance use and self-harm at an urban South African hospital: implications for suicide prevention, service delivery and future research. PhD, 2018. 440 pp.

DE GOEDE C. The management of family routines by single, Xhosa-speaking mothers with young children. PhD, 2018. 481 pp.

DU TOIT A. Seizures: the perceptions and frustrations of health care providers and traditional health practitioners in Namibia . PhD, 2018. 350 pp.

HUNT XD. Through a different lens: Examining commonality and divergence in constructions and depictions of the sexuality of persons with physical disabilities in South Africa . PhD, 2018. 400 pp.

KPOBI LN. Traditional & complementary medicine practitioners in Accra: World views & beliefs about mental disorders . PhD, 2018. 400 pp.

Masters completed

ABERDEIN C. Expectations of Couples Presenting for Marital Therapy . MA, 2018. 350 pp.

ATTRIDGE N. Inconceivable: An exploratory study of South African childfree lesbian couples. MA, 2018. 122 pp.

BROOKS S. Father-son sexual communication: A qualitative study in Western Cape communities. MA, 2018. 151 pp.

CHIKASEMA B. An assessment of users’ satisfaction with outpatient mental health consultation services from rural and urban area in Southern Malawi . MPhil, 2018. 250 pp.

DIERGAARDT CM. South African national identity as constructed by black and coloured South African in South Korea . MA, 2018. 350 pp.

FREEMAN VM. An exploration of resilience factors that families draw upon with the crisis of their child being bullied . MA, 2018. 350 pp.

GORDON SL. Investigating the stability of peer friendships amongst preschool children: a longitudinal South African study. MA, 2018. 138 pp.

HUMAN S. Child-friendly activities to assist young children in the identification of feelings: A core component of CBT-based anxiety intervention programmes. MA, 2018. 275 pp.

NAIDOO NT. Resiliency in families with a mother diagnosed with breast cancer. MA, 2018. 177 pp.

NSEREKO JR. The prevalence and risk factors of symptoms of depression, anxiety and somatic syndromes among secondary school students in Kampala, Uganda. MPhil, 2018. 101 pp.

SUTHERLAND E. Subjective psychosocial experiences of South African breast cancer patients receiving diagnosis and treatment. MA, 2018. 209 pp.

TRUTER ZM. “Always being there for each other”: adolescent girls’ experiences of their same-sex friendships in a Western Cape boarding school. MA, 2018. 187 pp.

VAN NIEKERK S. Factors associated with resilience in families after a house robbery incident. MA, 2018. 210 pp.

VILYTE GB. Personality traits, illness behaviours and psychiatric comorbidity in individuals with Psychogenic Non-Epileptic Seizures (PNES), epilepsy and other non-epileptic seizures (oNES): differentiating between the conditions. MA, 2018. 149 pp.

WRIGHT SL. The relationship between pet attachment, perceived stress and life satisfaction: An online survey. MA, 2018. 181 pp.