Articles by Author: Regis T Mendon A

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  1. Wood anatomical and chemical properties related to the pulpability of <em>Eucalyptus globulus</em>: a review

    Wood anatomical and chemical properties related to the pulpability of <em>Eucalyptus globulus</em>: a review

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Southern Forests: a Journal of Forest Science
    Eucalyptus globulus is one of the most important hardwood species used by the pulp and paper industry due to its high pulp yield, high wood density, excellent fibre quality and good handsheet properties. However, the wood is a highly variable...
  2. Community Psychology in Africa: Views From Across the Continent

    Community Psychology in Africa: Views From Across the Continent

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This article presents the findings of a descriptive survey conducted for the purposes of exploring whether and how community psychology has developed in the African region. In particular, the focus was on identifying whether and how community psychology has developed...
  3. Community Psychology in Zimbabwe: Past, Present and Future

    Community Psychology in Zimbabwe: Past, Present and Future

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The study describes and evaluates community psychology in Zimbabwe. We distinguish between a professional with the title ‘community psychologist’ and the practice of the field of community psychology in Zimbabwe. Community psychology services in Zimbabwe include the provision of education...
  4. Views from Africa on Positive Psychology

    Views from Africa on Positive Psychology

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study explored the state of Positive Psychology in six African countries. Thirty-seven participants from the six African countries responded to a survey on the status and prospects for positive psychology in the respective countries. Data was analyzed qualitatively and...
  5. Positive Psychology: The Case of Uganda

    Positive Psychology: The Case of Uganda

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The application of positive psychology concepts in professional psychology in Uganda is in its infancy. Both undergraduate and postgraduate psychology programmes in Ugandan universities have very limited emphasis on positive psychology concepts. Some applications are apparent in HIV/AIDS and disability...
  6. Pupils' Perceptions of Sexual Abuse by Teachers in Zimbabwe

    Pupils' Perceptions of Sexual Abuse by Teachers in Zimbabwe

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    Most studies available on sexual abuse of pupils in schools have examined the epidemiology of the phenomenon by teachers but have not looked at what the pupils themselves say about why some teachers sexually abuse them. This study sought to...
  7. Child Abuse: Psychosocial and Religious Intervention Strategies in Zimbabwe

    Child Abuse: Psychosocial and Religious Intervention Strategies in Zimbabwe

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The article examines psychosocial and religious intervention strategies used to prevent and manage child abuse in Zimbabwe. Psychosocial interventions used include primary, secondary and tertiary interventions. Religious interventions include primary and tertiary intervention. It appears that the intervention strategies are...
  8. The Impact of Poverty on Women's Psychosocial Well-being: Narratives from Zimbabwean Migrant Women in South Africa

    The Impact of Poverty on Women's Psychosocial Well-being: Narratives from Zimbabwean Migrant Women in South Africa

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The study investigated the psychosocial impact poverty has had on Zimbabwean migrant women. The sample comprised 7 female participants (3 professional teachers and 4 informal traders) who had migrated to South Africa because of poverty. Their age ranged from 16...