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Alcohol consumption among HIV-positive pregnant women in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: prevalence and correlates
Research outputs: PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT
In this chapter the 16PF questionnaire is described and detail is given on the current version of the questionnaire, the 16PF fifth edition ...
2008 The psychological, social and development needs of babies and young children and their caregivers living with HIV and AIDS
The early years of a child's life are critical. Over the last few decades, science has significantly enhanced what we know about the needs o...Download this report
2004 Stress, psychological symptoms, social support and health behaviour among black students in South Africa
The study investigated stress events, perceived stress, and social support in relation to various common health behaviours among black South...