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    • An only-child adolescent's lived experience of parental divorce 

      Dorfman, Dayle; Jacobs, Issie (SAPSAC, 2015)
      The aim of this qualitative case study was to explore and describe the experience of an only-child adolescent's lived experience of parental divorce. Gestalt field and phenomenological theory in conjunction with current ...
    • South African music learners and psychological trauma: educational solutions to a societal dilemma 

      Swart, I (NWU School of Basic Sciences, 2013)
      Emotional trauma affects a large proportion of the South African population. This article addresses its influence on music learners, including its effects on brain development, relational development, learning and ...
    • Symmetry symptoms in obsessive-compulsive disorder: clinical and genetic correlates 

      Lochner, Christine; Harvey, Brian H.; McGregor, Nathaniel; Hemmings, Sian; Breet, Elsie (Associação Brasileira de Psiquiatria (ABP), 2016)
      Objective: In obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), symmetry-related symptoms may be important. Although clinical correlates of symmetry-related symptoms have been identified in OCD, few data exist on genetic associations. ...
    • Trauma and mental health in South Africa: overview 

      Wyatt, Gail E.; Maselesele, Mashudu; Thames, April; Simbayi, Leickness; Stein, Dan J. (APA, 2017)
      Provides an introduction to this special edition of Psychological Trauma. The papers included in this special section focus on aspects of trauma and the effects of trauma in a cultural context that pertains to the way of ...
    • Violations of War: Testing the Meaning–Making Model Among Vietnam Veterans 

      Steger, Michael F.; Owens, Gina P.; Park, Crystal L. (Wiley–blackwell, 2015)
      Objective: Posttrauma adjustment theories postulate that intense stressors violate people s beliefs about the world and perceived ability to achieve valued goals. Failure to make meaning from traumatic events exacerbates ...