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Journal Articles (subsidised)
ALBIEN AJ, KIDD M, NAIDOO AV, MAREE JG. Mixed-methods analysis of the applicability of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale for isiXhosa-speaking South African township adolescents. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance 2020; 1(1):1-35.
ALONSO J, VILAGUT G, MORTIER P, AUERBACH RP, BRUFFAERTS R, CUIJPERS P, DEMYTTENAERE KOEN, EBERT DD, ENNIS EDEL, GREIF GREEN J, HASKING PENELOPE, LEE SUE, BANTJES JR, NOCK MATTHEW K, PINDER-AMAKER S, SAMPSON NA, ZASLAVSKY A M, KESSLER RC. The role impairment associated with mental disorder risk profiles in the WHO World Mental Health International College Student Initiative. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METHODS IN PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH 2019; 28(2):e1750, 12 pages.
ANDIPATIN MICHELLE G, NAIDOO ANIKA D, ROOMANEY R. The hegemonic role of biomedical discourses in the construction of pregnancy loss. Women and Birth 2019; 32:e552-e559.
BANTJES JR, LOCHNER C, SAAL WL, ROOS J, TALJAARD L, PAGE DT, AUERBACH R, MORTIER P, BRUFFAERTS R, KESSLER RC, STEIN DJ. Prevalence and sociademographic correlates of common mental disorders among first-year university students in post-apartheid South Africa: implications for a public mental health approach to student wellness. BMC Public Health 2019; 19:922, 12 pages.
BANTJES JR, RABIE S, ALMIROL E, GORDON SL, STEWART JMB, GOLDBECK C, WEISS RE, TOMLINSON MR, ROTHERAM-BORUS M. Associations between violence, criminality, and cognitive control deficits among young men living in low resource communities in South Africa. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews-RNA 2020; 2019:1-11.
BANTJES JR, SWARTZ L, BOTHA J. Troubling stereotypes: South African elite disability athletes and the paradox of (self-) representation. JOURNAL OF COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY 2019; 47:819-832.
BANTJES JR, SWARTZ L. “What Can We Learn From First-Person Narratives?” The Case of Nonfatal Suicidal Behavior. Qualitative Health Research 2019; 29(10):1497-1507.
BREET E, SEEDAT S, KAGEE SA. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression in Men and Women Who Perpetrate Intimate Partner Violence. JOURNAL OF INTERPERSONAL VIOLENCE 2019; 34(10):2181-2198.
BRUFFAERTS R, MORTIER P, AUERBACH R, ALONSO J, DE LA TORRE AEH, CUIJPERS P, DEMYTTENAERE KOEN, EBERT DD, GREEN JG, HASKING PENELOPE, STEIN D, ENNIS EDEL, NOCK MATTHEW K, PINDER-AMAKER S, SAMPSON NA, VILAGUT G, ZASLAVSKY A M, KESSLER RC, ROOS J, TALJAARD L. Lifetime and 12‐month treatment for mental disorders and suicidal thoughts and behaviors among first year college students. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METHODS IN PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH 2019; 28:Article no: e1764, 15 pages.
CAREW M, BRAATHEN SH, HUNT XD, SWARTZ L, ROHLEDER P. Predictors of negative beliefs toward the sexual rights and perceived sexual healthcare needs of people with physical disabilities in South Africa. DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION 2020; 2019:1-29.
CAVALLERA V, TOMLINSON MR, RADNER J, COETZEE BJ, DAELMANS B, HUGHES R, PÉREZ-ESCAMILLA R, SILVER KARLEE L, DUA T. Scaling early child development: what are the barrers and enablers?. ARCHIVES OF DISEASE IN CHILDHOOD 2019; 104:S43-S50.
CHRISTODOULOU J, STOKES LYNISSA R, BANTJES JR, TOMLINSON MR, STEWART JMB, RABIE S, GORDON SL, MAYEKISO A, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ. Community context and individual factors associated with arrests among young men in a South African township. PLoS One 2019; 14(1):e0209073, 14 pages.
COETZEE BJ, LOADES ME, DU TOIT S, KAGEE SA. Correlates of Fatigue Among South African Adolescents Living with HIV and Receiving Antiretroviral Therapy. AIDS and Behavior 2019; 23:602-608.
COETZEE BJ, ROOMANEY R, SMITH PAULA, DANIELS JO. Exploring breast cancer diagnosis and treatment experience among a sample of South African women who access primary health care. South African Journal of Psychology 2020; 1:1-12.
COETZEE O, ADNAMS CM, SWARTZ L. Finding Common Ground in the Context of Difference: A South African Case Study. Culture, medicine and psychiatry 2019; 43(2):277-289.
COETZEE O, SWARTZ L, CAPRI CH, ADAMS CM. Where there is no evidence: implementing family interventions from recommendations in the NICE guidline 11 on challenging behaviour in a South African health service for adults with intellectual disability. BMC Health Services Research 2019; 19:Article number: 162, 10 pages.
DE WET A, PARKER JS, PRETORIUS C. The Spring Foundation: a recovery approach to institutional public mental health services in South Africa. Perspectives in Public Health 2019; 139(3):123-124.
DE WET A, SWARTZ L, KAGEE SA, LESCH AM, KAFAAR Z, HASSAN NR, ROBBERTZE DANTEÉ, NEWMAN P A. The trouble with difference: Challenging and reproducing inequality in a biomedical HIV research community engagement process. Global public health 2020; 15(1):22-30.
DIAB M, VERONESE G, JAMEI YA, KAGEE SA. The interplay of paradigms: Decolonizing a psychology curriculum in the context of the siege of Gaza. Nordic Psychology 2020; 0(0):1-16.
EBERT DD, FRANKE MF, KAEHLKE F, LOCHNER C, ROOS J, TALJAARD L, BANTJES JR, SAAL WL, ET AL ET AL. Increasing intentions to use mental health services among university students. Results of a pilot randomized controlled trial within the World Health Organization’s World Mental Health International College Student Initiative. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF METHODS IN PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH 2019; 28:Article no: e1754, 12 pages.
EVERITT-PENHALE B, KAGEE SA, MAGIDSON J, JOSKA JA, SAFREN SA, O CLEIRIGH C, WITTEN C, LEE J S, ANDERSEN L. ‘I went back to being myself’: acceptability of a culturally adapted task-shifted cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) treatment for depression (Ziphamandla) for South African HIV care settings. Psychology, Health and Medicine 2019; 24(6):680-690.
FLIEK L, ROELOFS J, VAN BREUKELEN GERARD, MURIS PEHM. A Longitudinal Study on the Relations Among Fear-Enhancing Parenting, Cognitive Biases, and Anxiety Symptoms in Non-clinical Children. Child Psychiatry and Human Development 2019; 50:631-646.
FLUKS LL, NAIDOO AV. “We Cant’ Be Here Forever”: University Students’ Reflections On Terminating Community-Engagement Relationships. Social Work 2019; 55(4):468-485.
FOUCHE M, HARTWIG L, PRETORIUS C. Management of uncertainty in the diagnosis communication of psychogenic nonepileptic seizures in a South African context. Epilepsy and Behavior 2019; 98:45-52.
GEIGER M, LUGER R, LYNER-CLEOPHAS MM. Students’ voices: reflections of three young adults with cerebral palsy on factors facilitating their completion of mainstream schooling in South Africa . International Journal of Inclusive Education 2020; 23(https://doi.org/10.1080/13603116.2019.1619850):1-17.
GOLDSTONE DG, BANTJES JR. Mental health care providers talk about their experiences preventing suicide in people with substance use disorders in South Africa: implications for clinical practice. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRY IN CLINICAL PRACTICE 2019; 23(1):40-48.
HAGAN SA, HUNT XD, KILIAN S, CHILIZA B, SWARTZ L. Ad hoc interpreters in South African psychiatric services: service provider perspectives. Global Health Action 2020; 13(1):1684072, 14 pages.
HAINES CARA, LOADES ME, COETZEE BJ, HIGSON-SWEENEY NINA. Which HIV-infected youth are at risk of developing depression and what treatments help? A systematic review focusing on Southern Africa. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health 2020; 1:1-25.
HARRISON C, LOXTON HS, SOMHLABA NZ. Stress and Coping: considering the Influence of Psychological Strengths on the Mental Health of At-Risk South African Adolescents. Child Care in Practice 2020; 1(1):1-10.
HARTWIG L, PRETORIUS C. Psychogenic nonepileptic seizures: Comparing what South African healthcare providers communicate to patients at the point of diagnosis against international guidelines. Epilepsy and Behavior 2019; 101:106399, 9 pages.
HENDRICKS-LALLA A, PRETORIUS C. The male familial caregiver experience of caring for persons with Alzheimer’s disease from low socio-economic status: A South African perspective. Dementia-International Journal of Social Research and Practice 2020; 1:1-22.
HONETH IE, LAUGHTON B, SPRINGER PE, COTTON MF, PRETORIUS C. Diagnostic accuracy of the Molteno Adapted Scale for developmental delay in South African toddlers. Paediatrics and International Child Health 2019; 39(2):132-138.
HUNT XD, SWARTZ L, BRAATHEN SH, ROHLEDER P. (Re)presenting the self: Questions raised by a photovoice project with people with physical disabilities in South Africa. Disability and society 2020; 2019:1-27.
JONES ANNIE S.K, COETZEE BJ, KAGEE SA, FERNANDEZ JUSTIN, CLEVELAND ERIC, THOMAS MARK, PETRIE KEITH J. The Use of a Brief, Active Visualisation Intervention to Improve Adherence to Antiretroviral Therapy in Non-adherent Patients in South Africa. AIDS and Behavior 2019; 23:2121-2129.
KAGEE SA, BANTJES JR, SAAL WL, SEFATSA MJ. Utility of the Posttraumatic Stress Scale-Self-report version in screening for posttraumatic stress disorder among persons seeking HIV testing. South African Journal of Psychology 2019; 49(1):136-147.
KAGEE SA, COETZEE BJ, DU TOIT SN, LOADES ME. Psychosocial predictors of quality of life among South Africa adolescents receiving antiretroviral therapy. QUALITY OF LIFE RESEARCH 2019; 28:57-65.
KAGEE SA, DE WET A, KAFAAR Z, LESCH AM, SWARTZ L, NEWMAN P A. Caveats and pitfalls associated with researching community engagement in the context of HIV vaccine trials. Journal of Health Psychology 2020; 25(1):82-91.
KAGEE SA. Integrating continuous traumatic stress and chronic pain: some concers. Critical public health 2019; 29(1):129-133.
KAGEE SA. Postcolonial Theory and International Relations. African Journal of Democracy And Governance(AJDG) 2019; 6(1):145-162.
KALEMA EM. The Mulele ‘Rebellion’, Congolese Regimes, and the Politics of Forgetting. Cahiers d’etudes africaines 2020; 51(1):747-781.
KEIKELAME MJ, SWARTZ L. Decolonising research methodologies: lessons from a qualitative research project, Cape Town, South Africa. Global Health Action 2019; 12:1561175, 7 pages.
KETT MARIA, CAREW MARK T, ASIIMWE JOH-BOSCO, BWALYA J, GITONGA ANDERSON, NYEHN BOAKAI A, OLENJA J, SWARTZ L, GROCE N. Exploring Partnerships between Academica and Disabled Persons’ Organisations: Lessons Learned from Collaborative Research in Africa. IDS BULLETIN-INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES 2019; 50(1):65-77.
KPOBI LN, SWARTZ L. Indigenous and faith healing for mental health in Ghana: An examination of the literature on reported beliefs, practices and use of alternative mental health care in Ghana. African Journal of Primary Health Care and Family Medicine 2019; 11(1):a1941, 5 pages.
KPOBI LN, SWARTZ L. Muslim Traditional Healers in Accra, Ghana: Beliefs About and Treatment of Mental Disorders. Journal of Religion and Health 2019; 58:833-846.
KPOBI LN, SWARTZ L. ‘The threads in his mind have torn’: conceptualization and treatment of mental disorders by neo-[r. International Journal of Mental Health Systems 2018; 12:40, 12 pages.
KRUGER H, COETZEE BJ. Living with multiple sclerosis in South Africa: how is multiple sclerosis experienced in the workplace?. DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION 2020; 1:1-10.
LANESMAN T, GOUSE H, BANTJES JR, STEIN DJ, LOCHNER C. Correlates and predictors of impulsivity in adults with methamphetamine use disorder. Journal of Substance Use 2019; 24(4):361-367.
LAPPEMAN M, SWARTZ L. Care and the politics of shame: Medical practitioners and stillbirths in a South African district hospital. Psychodynamic Practice 2019; 25(4):325-341.
LAPPEMAN M, SWARTZ L. Rethinking obstetric violence and the “neglect of neglect”: the silence of a labour ward milieu in a South African district hospital. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2019; 19:30, 11 pages.
LAURENZI CAG, GORDON SL, SKEEN S, COETZEE BJ, BISHOP JULIA, CHADEMANA EMMA, TOMLINSON MR. The home visit communication skills inventory: Piloting a tool to measure community health worker fidelity to training in rural South Africa. Research in Nursing and Health 2020; 43:122-133.
LESCH E, BRIEDENHANN CG, DU TOIT M. The maintenance of gender inequality in South African tertiary educated heterosexual couples. Journal of Family Studies 2020; 1(1):1-16.
LESCH E, BROOKS S. Man Talk: Exploring Sexual communication Between Fathers and Sons in a Minority South African Community. SEX ROLES 2019; 81(3-4):173-191.
LESCH E, DE BRUIN K, ANDERSON C. A Pilot Implementation of the Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy Group Psychoeducation Porgram in a South African Setting. Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy 2019; 17(4):313-337.
LESCH E, PARKER M. “We are Equal”! Gender Constructions in a Group of Middle-Class South African Muslim Couples. Gender Issues 2019; 36(1):23–45. Gender Issues 2019; 36(1):23-45.
LOADES ME, KAGEE SA. Exploring our understanding of fatigue among adolescents living with HIV: Highlighting the unknown. Journal of Health Psychology 2019; 24(1):125-136.
LOURENS H, WATERMEYER B, SWARTZ L. Ties that bind, and double-bind: visual impairment, help, and the shaping of relationships. DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION 2019; 41(16):1890-1897.
MOODALEY AL, KAGEE SA. Experiences of social support among persons seeking HIV testing. Journal of Health Psychology 2019; 24(6):777-786.
MUNTHALI A, SWARTZ L, MANNAN H, MACLACHLAN M, CHILIMAMPUNGA C, MAKUPE C. “This one will delay us”: barriers to accessing health care services among persons with disabilities in Malawi. DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION 2019; 41(6):683-690.
NAIDOO P, NYEMBEZI A, THOMAS MEL, LACHMAN A, KAGEE SA. Perceived barriers and facilitators for healthy behaviours among parents of adolescents receiving mental health care in a public hospital in Cape Town, South Africa: A qualitative study. Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental Health 2019; 31(1):39-50.
NIEUWOUDT PHS, BANTJES JR. Health professionals talk about the challenges of suicide prevention in two correctional centres in South Africa. South African Journal of Psychology 2019; 49(1):70-82.
OTGAAR H, HOWE M L, MURIS PEHM, MERCKELBACH HARALD. Dealing With False Memories in Children and Adults: Recommendations for the Legal Arena. Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2019; 6(1):87-93.
PAGE DT, COETZEE BJ. South African adolescents living with spina bifida: contributors and hindrances to well-being. DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION 2020; 1:1-9.
PARRY DA, LE ROUX DB, BANTJES JR. Testing the feasibility of a media multitasking self-regulation intervention for students: Behaviour change, attention, and self-perception. Computers in Human Behavior 2020; 104:106182, 17 pages.
RABIE S, NAIDOO AV. Validating the adaptation of the first career measure in isiXhosa: the South Africa Career Interest Inventory-isiXhosa version. South African Journal of Psychology 2019; 49(1):109-121.
ROHLEDER POUL, WATERMEYER B, BRAATHEN SH, HUNT XD, SWARTZ L. Impairment, socialization and embodiment: The sexual oppression of people with physical disabilities. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society 2019; 24(3):260-281.
ROTHERAM-BORUS M, ARFER KODI B, CHRISTODOULOU J, COMULADA SW, TUBERT J, STEWART JMB, TOMLINSON MR. The Association of Maternal Alcohol Use and Paraprofessional Home Visiting With Children’s Health: A Randomized Controlled Trial. JOURNAL OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 2019; 87(6):551-562.
ROTHERAM-BORUS M, CHRISTODOULOU J, REZVAN PH, COMULADA SW, GORDON SL, SKEEN S, STEWART JMB, ALMIROL E, TOMLINSON MR. Maternal HIV does not affect resiliency among uninfected/HIV exposed South African children from birth to 5 years of age. AIDS 2019; 33(1):S5-S16.
RUSHOHORA N. Graves, Houses of Pain and Execution: Memories of the German Prisons after the Majimaji War in Tanzania (1904-1908). Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 2019; 47(2):275-299.
SAAL WL, KAGEE SA, BANTJES JR. Evaluation of the Beck Anxiety Inventory in predicting generalised anxiety disorder among individuals seeking HIV testing in the Western Cape province. South African Journal of Psychiatry 2019; 25:a1336, 5 pages.
SIMON E, DRIESSEN SABINE, LAMBERT ANN, MURIS PEHM. Challenging anxious cognitions or accepting them? Exploring the efficacy of the cognitive elements of cognitive behaviour therapy and acceptance and commitment therapy in the reduction of children’s fear of the dark. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY 2020; 55(1):90-97.
SMIT A, COETZEE BJ, ROOMANEY R, BRADSHAW ME, SWARTZ L. Women’s stories of living with breast cancer: A systematic review and meta-synthesis of qualitative evidence. Social science and medicine 2019; 222:231-345.
SWARTZ L, HUNT XD, BANTJES JR, HAINLINE B, REARDON CLAUDIA L. Mental health symptoms and disorders in Paralympic athletes: a narrative review. British Journal of Sports Medicine 2019; 53:73-740.
SWARTZ L, MARCHETTI-MERCER M. Migration, technology and care: what happens to the body?. Disability and society 2019; 34(3):407-420.
SWENDEMAN D, BANTJES JR, MINDRY DEBORAH, STEWART JMB, TOMLINSON MR, ROTHERAM-BORUS MJ, MEDICH MELISSA. The experiences of young men, their families, and their coaches following a soccer and vocational training intervention to prevent HIV and Drug abuse in South Africa. AIDS education and prevention 2019; 31(3):224-236.
VAN DER MERWE AP, HUNT XD. Secondary Trauma Among Trauma Researchers: Lessons From the Field. Psychological Trauma-Theory Research Practice and Policy 2019; 11(1):10-18.
VILYTE GB, PRETORIUS C. Personality traits, illness behaviors, and psychiatric comorbidity in individuals with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES), epilepsy, and other nonepileptic seizures (oNES): Differentiating between the conditions. Epilepsy and Behavior 2019; 98:210-219.
WATERMEYER B, HUNT XD, SWARTZ L, ROHLEDER POUL. Navigating the Relational Psychic Economy of Disability: The Case of M. PSYCHOANALYTIC DIALOGUES 2019; 29:515-531.
WIDAN RJ, GREEFF AP. Aspects of Social Support Associated with Adaptation in Middle-Class, Single-Mother Families. American Journal of Family Therapy 2019; 47(3):148-164.
ZYGMONT CS, NAIDOO AV. Phenomenography – an avant-garde approach to extend the psychology methodological repetoire. Qualitative Research in Psychology 2020; 48(1):129-141.
Chapters in Books
ALBIEN AJ. In Search of Addressing People’s Career Adaptability and Career Identity Needs: Constructing the Shaping Career Voices Intervention. In: Maree GJ (ed.) Handbook of Innovative Career Counselling, Springer, Cham, Switzerland, 2019: 269-288.
CLAASSENS LJM, SHAIKH S, SWARTZ L. Engaging Disability and Religion in the Global South. In: Watermeyer B, McKenzie J, SWARTZ L (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Disability and Citizenship in the Global South, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, USA, 2019: 147-164.
COETZEE BJ, ROOMANEY R, KAGEE A, WILLIS N. Body Mapping in Research. In: Liamputtong Prance (ed.) Handbook of Research Methods in Social Sciences, Volume 2, Springer Nature, New Delhi, India, 2019: 1237-1254.
HUNT XD, SWARTZ L, BRAATHEN SH, CAREW MARK T, CHIWAULA M, ROHLEDER P. Shooting Back and (re)framing: Challenging Dominant Representation of People with Physical Disabilities in South Africa. In: Chappell P, de Beer M (eds.) Diverse Voices of Disabled Sexualities in the Global South, Springer Nature, Cham, Switzerland, 2019: 33-54.
HUNT XD, WATERMEYER B, LE ROUX M. Disability, Theatre, and Postcoloniality: Reflections on the Politics of Performance. In: Watermeyer B, McKenzie J, SWARTZ L (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Disability and Citizenship in the Global South, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, USA, 2019: 223-232.
MORGAN B, NAIDOO AV, HENN CAROLINE, RABIE S. Using Interests in Career Counselling. In: Maree JG (ed.) Handbook of Innovative Career Counselling, Springer, Switzerlan, Switzerland, 2019: 485-503.
MURIS PEHM. Back to the Future: Tracing the Footsteps of Mary Cover Jones – The Treatment of Children and Adolescents With Anxiety Disorders. In: Compton SN, Villabo MA, Kristensen H (eds.) Pediatric Anxiety Disorders, Elsevier, London, United Kingdom, 2019: 521-533.
NAIDOO AV, VISSER M, DE WET M, RABIE S, VAN SCHALKWYK I, BOONZAIER M, DE BRUIN GP, SHIRLEY L, VENTER C. A Group-based Career Guidance Intervention for South African High School Learners from Low-income Communities. In: Maree JG (ed.) Handbook of Innovative Career Counselling, Springer, Switzerland, 2019: 665-685.
SWARTZ L. Disability and Citizenship in the Global South in a Post-truth Erag. In: Watermeyer B, McKenzie J, SWARTZ L (eds.) The Palgrave Handbook of Disability and Citizenship in the Global South, Palgrave Macmillan, New York, USA, 2019: 57-65.
SWARTZ L. Valerie Sinason, South Africa, and the politics of seeing. In: Corbett A (ed.) Intellectual Disability and Psychotherapy, Routlege, New York, USA, 2019: 142-149.
BRINK, B. Coping with destructive leadership behaviour: A qualitative study of nonphysical abuse in South African companies. PhD, 2019. 229 pp.
DUBE-ADDAE, T. Narrative Identities: Voices of the unemployed youth in a low-income community in South Africa. Phd, 2019. 241 pp.
MYBURGH, N. Adapting and piloting a cognitive-behavioural group therapy-based anxiety intervention programme for vulnerable children from a disadvantaged background within the South African context. Phd, 2019. 341 pp.
SHABALALA, NC. The experience of Black medical specialists in training at two medical schools in the Western Cape. PhD, 2019. 234
BELL LD. Exploring the challenges that prevent practitioners from implementing motivational interviewing in their work with clients. MA, 2019. 140 pp.
BOTHA J. Thumbnail Exploring the utility of use of an isiXhosa version of the Spence Children’s Anxiety Scale and the Self-Efficacy Questionnaire for Children in a group of 6–10-year-old isiXhosa-speaking learners in the Western Cape; a mixed method study . MA, 2019. 175 pp.
BRADSHAW ME. Exploring the acceptability of a visual intervention to improve paediatric adherence to antiretroviral therapy in South Africa . MA, 2019. 189 pp.
DE CLERK CC. The psychological functioning of patients admitted to a rural western cape hospital following an episode of non-fatal suicidal behaviour: stress, coping and perceived social support . MA, 2019. 147 pp.
DEMETRIOU S. Emotion regulation in trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder): the role of stress and trauma . MA, 2019. 124 pp.
GOOSEN JC. Positive direct contact between males and females in the sandf and the reduction of gender bias: the importance of self-disclosure, empathy and perspective taking. . MA, 2019. 106 pp.
HOPSON KRU. Perceived influences on collegiate success in the context of social adversity. MA, 2019. 125 pp.
JONAS Z. “This dialogue thing”: an analysis of narratives of black and white women living in south africa engaged in sustained dialogue. MA, 2019. 98 pp.
KAMANGA E. Lived experiences of hidden racism of students of colour at an historically White University . MA, 2019. 140 pp.
KOTZÉ SM. Exploring the programme-related experiences of graduates of a pilot preventative intervention for adolescent girls at risk to gang activity in a peri-urban community . MA, 2019. 240 pp.
MEYERSON KA. Exploring Caregivers’ and Health Workers Perceptions on the Effects of Caregiver-child Separation during Long-term Hospitalisation for MDR-TB in the Western Cape: A Qualitative study. MA, 2019. 155 pp.
SPARROW MJ. Being a queer womxn within the context of tertiary educational institutions in South Africa: identity and queerphobia. MA, 2019. 145 pp.
SWINNY CA. Exploring delays to help-seeking among patients presenting late for symptomatic breast cancer at Tygerberg Hospital. . MA, 2019. 95 pp.