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  1. Career Counselling: The Usefulness of the Career Interest Profile (CIP)

    Career Counselling: The Usefulness of the Career Interest Profile (CIP)

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study reports the findings from exploratory career counselling with Italian undergraduate university students using the Career Interest Profile (CIP). The participants (n = 178, females = 51.69%; mean age 22.28, SD = 1.59 years) received elective career counselling on...
  2. Development of a Post-Modern Career Interest Questionnaire for South-African School Settings

    Development of a Post-Modern Career Interest Questionnaire for South-African School Settings

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The study explored the potential value and viability of an interest narrative (questionnaire) in terms of its psychometric properties and by comparing it with a commonly administered (positivist) career interest questionnaire. Participants were 159 boys and 183 girls, mean ages...
  3. Brief Overview of the Advancement of Postmodern Approaches to Career Counseling

    Brief Overview of the Advancement of Postmodern Approaches to Career Counseling

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    Global changes in people's lifestyles and in the world of work (prompted by changes in the global economy) have necessitated changes in the facilitation of career counseling in the postmodern era. This article attempts to provide a concise overview of...
  4. The Effect of Narrative Career Facilitation on the Personal Growth of a Disadvantaged Student—A Case Study

    The Effect of Narrative Career Facilitation on the Personal Growth of a Disadvantaged Student—A Case Study

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This article describes the effect of narrative career facilitation on the personal growth of a disadvantaged undergraduate student at a tertiary institution in South Africa. The participant was selected purposively from among a group of undergraduate students at the tertiary...
  5. Nutrition education and counselling as strategic interventions to improvehealth outcomes in adult outpatients with HIV: a literature review

    Nutrition education and counselling as strategic interventions to improvehealth outcomes in adult outpatients with HIV: a literature review

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    Malnutrition poses a significant risk for people living with HIV and accelerates disease progression. This is because adequate nutrition is essential for optimal immune function. This article discusses research on the role and use of nutrition education or counselling as...
  6. Qualitative study of the influence of antidepressants on the psychological health of patients on antiretroviral therapy in Uganda

    Qualitative study of the influence of antidepressants on the psychological health of patients on antiretroviral therapy in Uganda

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    The study set out to explore how HIV-positive individuals conceptualise and describe depression and its manifestation in their lives, and how this may change over time in the context of antiretroviral therapy (ART) and antidepressant treatment. We conducted in-depth interviews...
  7. Conceptions of mental health among Ugandan youth orphaned by AIDS

    Conceptions of mental health among Ugandan youth orphaned by AIDS

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    The AIDS epidemic has disproportionately affected developing or low-income sub-Saharan African countries. Within the context of the epidemic, children and youth are at risk of losing their parents at an early age. The experience of orphanhood due to AIDS has...
  8. The support needs of South African educators affected by HIV and AIDS

    The support needs of South African educators affected by HIV and AIDS

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: African Journal of AIDS Research
    In a qualitative study of 77 South African educators, participants were asked to explain how they are affected by HIV and AIDS and how they would best like to be supported in response to this. The term ‘affected’ refers to...
  9. Taxation students’ perceptions of open-book assessment prior to the qualifying examination of South African chartered accountants

    Taxation students’ perceptions of open-book assessment prior to the qualifying examination of South African chartered accountants

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Accounting Research
    In this study taxation students’ perceptions of open-book assessment, prior to their exposure to open-book assessment in the qualifying examination of South African chartered accountants, is explored. A focus group was conducted using the Interactive Qualitative Analysis methodology. In this...
  10. Taxation students’ perceptions of open-book assessment: a follow-up interactive qualitative analysis

    Taxation students’ perceptions of open-book assessment: a follow-up interactive qualitative analysis

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Accounting Research
    Students’ perceptions of a particular assessment type seems to influence their attitude to preparing for and taking the assessment. The literature suggests that open-book assessment allows a better understanding of the content of a subject area, thus better preparing students...