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Exploring experiences and self-explanations of antisocial offending behaviours of a group of South African emerging adults
(University of the Western Cape, 2018)
Antisocial offending behaviour relate to instances of criminal and societal norm violating behaviour. In South Africa, statistics on antisocial offending behaviour reflect high incidence rates among South African young people ...
Psychology students' perceptions of the extent to which group-based systematic review methodology at Honours level prepared them for further postgraduate studies.
(University of the Western Cape, 2016)
Honours students in Psychology typically form larger cohorts with numbers ranging from 20 to 40 students in comparison to other disciplines that have fewer than 10 students in a cohort. The National Qualifications Framework ...
The contribution of divorce to parental self-efficacy and perception of parenting among divorced parents: A qualitative study
(University of the Western Cape, 2019)
Divorce and self-efficacy are areas that have been studied quite widely and extensively in recent decades. Going through a divorce has an effect on how parents actually parent their children, which in turn has an effect ...