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The role of self-esteem and gender in PEN scores and risk-taking behaviour of learners in a South African school
(IFE Centre for Psychological Studies (ICPS), 2016)
Psychological studies have shown adolescents to be the most highly associated with risk-taking behaviours (RTB) which lead to increased risks of accidents and untimely deaths. Studies have also linked psychoticism (P), ...
Influence of age, gender, and perceived self-control on future goals of children in adversities
The study investigated the influence of age, gender, and perceived self-control on future goals of children with adversities situated in Ile-Ife, Nigeria. Using a cross-sectional research design, 100 out-of-school children ...
Gender and ethnic differences in motor proficiency among senior phase learners in Potchefstroom, South Africa
(LAM Publications, 2017)
The diversity of learners in South African schools implies that learners in the Physical Education class may show different levels of gross- and perceptual-motor proficiency, although no research has been reported on gender ...