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    • Consumers perceptions of food packaging: an exploratory investigation in Potchefstroom, South Africa 

      Bosman, Magdalena Johanna Catharina; Kempen, Elizabeth Louise; Venter, Karin; Van der Merwe, Magdalena; De Beer, Hanli; Bosman, Magdalena Johanna Catharina; Kempen, Elizabeth Louise; Venter, Karin; Van der Merwe, Magdalena; De Beer, Hanli (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011)
      Studies linking diet and health and consumers' demand for health information, has led to an increasing awareness of the role of nutrition in health and disease. Interest in soy foods and an awareness of its health benefits ...
    • Fortigenic qualities of psychotherapists in practice 

      De Lange, Erica F.; Chigeza, Shingairai (Taylor & Francis, 2015)
      This brief report presents preliminary findings on the exploration of strengths (fortigenic) qualities of psychotherapists which can buffer them against compassion fatigue. Participants were seven South African psychologists ...
    • South African mothers' perceptions and experiences of an unplanned caesarean section 

      Roux, Samantha Lynne; Van Rensburg, Esme (Elliott & Fitzpatrick, 2011)
      New motherhood is characterised as a profound change, and research suggests that the psychological effects of childbirth can be significant and far-reaching for some women. This study explored women's perceptions and ...