Professor Johann Louw is on sabbatical this year. We found out what he's been up to.
Associate Professor Catherine Ward presented a keynote talk titled "Parenting and violence prevention: Theory and evidence-based practice" at a UNICEF regional workshop for the South-East Asia and Pacific Region. The workshop was held 7-9 June 2016 in Manila, the Philippines.
Supported by the grant, Dr Cleo Protogerou will develop the first integrated model of condom use for young people in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Associate Professor Catherine Ward has been part of a team that has just launched the results of the Optimus Study South Africa.
The Taylor and Francis Group have put together a dedicated research collection in support of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Included among them is research by our very own Dr Despina Learmonth.
Young Lives (http://www.younglives.org.uk) is a sequential two-cohort study of 12000 children growing up in poverty in countries undergoing rapid economic change. Our very own Andrew Dawes has been privileged to work with Young Lives on and off for the past eight years.
Learners rate Professor Mark Solms' MOOC, 'What is a Mind', very highly, according to Class Central.
A team of psychologists led by Prof Jean Decety (University of Chicago) and including Dr Susan Malcolm-Smith of UCT’s Psychology Department, found a negative association between religiousness and children's altruism across the world.
Dr Wahbie Long has just received a Y1 rating from the National Research Foundation.
Three members from the Psychology Department, Rosalind Adams, Judith Adriaanse, and Aayesha Patel win UCT's 15-year long service awards.
In celebration of Women's Month, senior psychology lecturer Dr Shose Kessi and her daughter Kinè Mokwena-Kessi (17) shed light on how values are passed from one generation of women to the next. We also asked members of the UCT community to reflect on what they have learnt from their mothers and grandmothers, and what they would wish for their daughters.