Tag Archives: Departement Sielkunde

Researcher receives R5 million to study the long-term impact of an early intervention to improve the mother-infant relationship

Prof Mark Tomlinson, a leading researcher in the Department of Psychology at Stellenbosch University, recently received R5 million from Grand Challenges Canada (GCC) to study the long-term impact of an intervention to enhance the early mother-infant relationship in poor communities. His research project is one of 11 projects across the world which will be funded […]

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Recovering the meaning of Lentegeur

The Department of Psychology at Stellenbosch University invites you to attend a presentation by Dr John Parker on ‘Recovering the meaning of Lentegeur’. The Recovery Movement has emerged as an important and powerful force in the design and implementation of mental health care in many countries around the world. This involves new and more positive understandings […]

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Specific qualities needed to overcome crises

Families must possess specific qualities to survive crises and to restore the harmony and balance. This was the opinion of Prof Abraham Greeff of the Department of Psychology at Stellenbosch University (SU) in his inaugural lecture in the Jannasch Hall of SU’s Conservatoire on Tuesday (26 July). According to Greeff, qualities, characteristics and dimensions of […]

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Inaugural lecture: Prof Awie Greeff

Prof Awie Greeff of the Department of Psychology will be presenting his inaugural lecture on  Tuesday 26 July 2011. Title: Aspekte van gesinsveerkragtigheid in verskillende groepe gesinne. Date: Tuesday 26 July 2011 Time: 17:30 Venue: Jannasch Hall, Conservatoire, Victoria Street Refreshments will be served after the lecture. Please indicate special dietary requirements. RSVP before 21 July […]

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