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Adjustment to university and academic performance among disadvantaged students in South Africa
Adjustment to the university environment is regarded as an important factor in predicting university outcomes. This study explores the pathways taken by adjustment and other psychosocial variablesExpand
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From Research to Practice: Lay Adherence Counsellors’ Fidelity to an Evidence-Based Intervention for Promoting Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment in the Western Cape, South Africa
In the Western Cape, lay counsellors are tasked with supporting antiretroviral (ARV) adherence in public healthcare clinics. Thirty-nine counsellors in 21 Cape Town clinics were trained in OptionsExpand
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Learning Environment, Motivation and Interest: Perspectives on Self-Determination Theory
The relationship between university students' motivation and their learning environment is the focus of this article. Following self-determination theory (SDT) and the theory of interest, it isExpand
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The relationship between substance use and delinquency among high-school students in Cape Town, South Africa.
Research has shown a positive relationship between substance use and delinquent-type behaviours among adolescents. The aim of this study is to explore the temporal relationships between theseExpand
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Improving the Counselling Skills of Lay Counsellors in Antiretroviral Adherence Settings: A Cluster Randomised Controlled Trial in the Western Cape, South Africa
Little research has investigated interventions to improve the delivery of counselling in health care settings. We determined the impact of training and supervision delivered as part of the Options:Expand
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Characteristics of mentoring relationships
Objective: Mentoring programmes offer an increasingly popular solution to the problem of youth 'at-risk'. While positive outcomes of these programmes are widely documented, there has been littleExpand
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Psychology, History, and Society
Psychology, in particular clinical Psychology, has experienced strong growth in the twentieth century. This growth has been the strongest in industrialised, urbanised democracies, and as a result,Expand
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Registered Counsellors and Professional Work in South African Psychology
All registered counsellors on the database of the Professional Board for Psychology of the Health Professions Council of South Africa were surveyed to establish their demographic characteristics andExpand
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Brief school-based interventions and behavioural outcomes for substance-using adolescents
Adolescent substance use is a major problem, in and of itself and because it acts as a risk factor for other problem behaviours. As substance use during adolescence can lead to adverse and oftenExpand
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In Search of Method
Since the early 1980s the historiography of psychology has undergone a significant transformation. The social contextualization of the history of psychology has been a defining component of thisExpand
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