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  1. Phylogenetic tests of a <em>Cercopithecus</em> monkey hybrid reveal X-chromosomal polyphyly of <em>C. cephus</em> and emerging patterns in the <em>cephus</em> species group radiation

    Phylogenetic tests of a <em>Cercopithecus</em> monkey hybrid reveal X-chromosomal polyphyly of <em>C. cephus</em> and emerging patterns in the <em>cephus</em> species group radiation

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Zoology
    A captive Cercopithecus nictitans × C. cephus male was examined at loci on the X- and Y-chromosomes as a test of previously described phylogenetic methods for identifying hybrid Cercopithecus monkeys. The results confirm the reliability of such assays, indicating that...
  2. Book Review

    Book Review

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
  3. OPENBILL STORKS BREEDING IN THE SOUTHEASTERN LOWVELD OF ZIMBABWE RHODESIA

    OPENBILL STORKS BREEDING IN THE SOUTHEASTERN LOWVELD OF ZIMBABWE RHODESIA

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Anthony, A. J. & Sherry, B. Y. 1980. Openbill Storks breeding in the southeastern lowveld of Zimbabwe Rhodesia. Ostrich 51:1-6.
  4. Broadening Mental Health Services to Disadvantaged Communities in South Africa: Reflections on Establishing a Community Based Internship

    Broadening Mental Health Services to Disadvantaged Communities in South Africa: Reflections on Establishing a Community Based Internship

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The need to provide mental health services in disadvantaged communities remains a priority in South Africa. This paper illustrates how in consultation and partnership with the peri-urban community of Jamestown, a counselling psychology internship was established to provide a range...
  5. Mauritian and South African Students' Views on Studying Psychology

    Mauritian and South African Students' Views on Studying Psychology

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The study sought to examine students' views regarding their study of Psychology at a South African (SA) and Mauritian university, including their views on its relevance to their social contexts. A total of 254 students (males = 48, females =...
  6. An Evaluation of an HIV/AIDS Prevention Program in a Nigerian Setting

    An Evaluation of an HIV/AIDS Prevention Program in a Nigerian Setting

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The study examined the success of a group based behavioural intervention with Nigerian youths aimed at reducing the risk of contracting and spreading HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted illness (STI). Participants were 147 youths (males=75, females=72, age range 5 to...
  7. Community Psychology Doctoral Theses: A South African University Case Study

    Community Psychology Doctoral Theses: A South African University Case Study

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The present investigation analysed the Community Psychology doctoral thesis trends with respect to student demographics, thesis topics, research methodology, research participant demographics, rural/urban focus, community empowerment focus, and programme development and evaluation at one institution. Of the 51 students who...
  8. Career Development for Psychology Students through an Inpatient Mental Health Volunteer Programme

    Career Development for Psychology Students through an Inpatient Mental Health Volunteer Programme

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    We report on a volunteer programme for undergraduate psychology students, as a prospective career pathway into the inpatient mental health context. Data on motives for joining the programme, as well as their expectations and career plans were collected from 56...
  9. Are Rural Students from Historically Disadvantaged Communities Prepared for Psychology Studies at University?

    Are Rural Students from Historically Disadvantaged Communities Prepared for Psychology Studies at University?

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study investigated the self-perceived preparedness of students from a historically disadvantaged rural South African setting for psychology studies at a university. The study sample comprised 399 beginning students with a historically Black university (age M = 22.8 years, SD...
  10. Crossing the Invisible Line: Exploring Women's Secretive Alcohol Dependence and Barriers to Accessing Treatment

    Crossing the Invisible Line: Exploring Women's Secretive Alcohol Dependence and Barriers to Accessing Treatment

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study explores the discursive accounts of women's alcohol dependence, treatment history and barriers in accessing alcohol dependence treatment. Participants were 10 women with alcohol dependency (age range=30 to 65, ethnicity= 70% White and 30% Black). Data were collected through...