New Voices in Psychology

New Voices in Psychology is a peer-reviewed journal, aimed to nurture the work of young researchers and to encourage the development of new ideas in the discipline. Submissions are accepted from all over the world but the emphasis is on working with post-graduate students and young academics from Africa. The journal carries contributions on all topics in psychology but with a bias towards issues relevant to the African context and toward critiques of psychology as a discipline and profession. New Voices in Psychology is published twice yearly.

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Vol 12, No 1 (2016)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Khonzi Mbatha 1-2

Articles

A PILOT EXPLORATION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEMPERAMENT AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY IN 12–18 YEAR-OLD CHILDREN BORN AT EXTREMELY LOW BIRTH WEIGHT PDF
Dannita Borrageiro, Catherine Govender 3-22
ON BECOMING A CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST: THE EXPERIENCES OF AN UNSUCCESSFUL APPLICANT PDF
Duane D. Booysen, Anthony V. Naidoo 23-39
NURSING STRESSORS, PROFESSIONAL QUALITY OF LIFE AND MEANING: CORRELATES AND QUALITATIVE REFLECTIONS PDF
Henry D. Mason 40-54
PSYCHOLOGISTS IN GHANA: ANALYSIS OF THE STANDING REGISTER PDF
Emmanuel Nii-Boye Quarshie, Francis Annor, Johnny Andoh-Arthur, Theophilus Tagoe, Evelyn Osei-Poku 55-69

Film Review

ROOM PDF
Ryan Botha 70-74

Book Review

PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT: THINKING INNOVATIVELY IN CONTEXTS OF DIVERSITY PDF
Sibusiso Maseko 75-77

Conference Report

6TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY 2016 PDF
Mbongiseni Mdakane 78-79

Biography

JOURNEYING ON THE PATH OF PSYCHOLOGY WITH AN INTEREST IN GENDER STUDIES: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ACCOUNT PDF
Errolyn Long 80-82