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    • Gender effects on self-regulation among university students 

      Cloete, Anke S.; Botha, Karel F.H.; Breytenbach, J. Wilma; Cloete, Anke S.; Botha, Karel F.H.; Breytenbach, J. Wilma (Taylor & Francis, 2012)
      The aim of this study was to explore the relation between self-regulation, psychopathology and gender amongst a group of South African university students (N=384). Self-regulation was measured with the Shortened Self-Regulation ...
    • Gender-based yoga for conflict resolution 

      Vyas-Doorgapersad, S.; Surujlal, J. (The Social Sciences Research Society, 2016)
      Organisations are taking proactive measures to manage conflict and intra-level competition through employee wellness programmes, emphasizing the use of yoga for developing harmonious relationships and positive behavioural ...