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Joska, J., Westgarth-Taylor, J., Hoare, J., Thomas, K., Paul,
R., Myer, L. and Stein, D.J. 2012. Neuropsychological
outcomes in adults commencing highly active anti-
retroviral treatment in South Africa: a prospective study.
BMC Infectious Diseases, 12(39): (1-8).
Kelly, J. and Ward, C.L. 2012. Narratives of resilience after
a period of substance abuse and crime. African Journal of
Drug and Alcohol Studies, 11(1): 45-53.
Kempen, K. and Tredoux, C.G. 2012. ‘Seeing is believing’:
the effect of viewing and constructing a composite on
identification performance. South African Journal of
Psychology, 42(3): 434-444.
Louw, J. 2012. Programme evaluation: Can it improve
human resource management practice? SA Journal of
Human Resource Management, 10(3).
Malcolm-Smith, S.M., Koopowitz, S., Pantelis, E. and Solms,
M. 2012. Approach/avoidance in dreams. Consciousness
and Cognition, 21: 408-412.
Minyaliwe, C., Bandawe, C.R. and Mwale, R. 2012. How
much do Blantyre dispensers in hospital and community
pharmacies know about the new Malaria treatment
guidelines? Malawi Medical Journal, 24(1).
Nglazi, M., Kranzer, K., Holele, P., Kaplan, R., Mark, D.,
Jaspan, H.B., Lawn, S.D., Wood, R. and Bekker, L. 2012.
Treatment outcomes in HIV-infected adolescents attending
a community-based antiretroviral therapy clinic in South
Africa. BMC Infectious Diseases, 12:21.
Njomboro, P. 2012. The neurocognitive phenotype of
apathy following acquires brain damage. South African
Journal of Psychology, 42(3): 369-380.
Njomboro, P., Deb, S. and Humphreys, G.W. 2012. Apathy
symptoms modulate motivational decision making on the
Iowa gambling task. Behavioral and Brain Functions, 8(1): 63.
Njomboro, P. and Shoumitro, D. 2012. Poor dissociation
of patient-evaluated apathy and depression symptoms.
Journal of Gerontology, 2012: 846075(1).
Njomboro, P., Deb, S. and Humphreys, G.W. 2012. Apathy
and executive functions: insights from brain damage
involving the anterior cingulate cortex. BMJ Case reports,
10: 1-4.
Nortje, A. and Tredoux, C.G. 2012. Red, green, blue, red,
argh! A missing shift in processing: the Stroop task does
not affect facial recognition. South African Journal of
Psychology, 42(3): 423-433.
Panksepp, J. and Solms, M. 2012. What is
neuropsychoanalysis? Clinically relevant studies of the
minded brain. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 16(1): 6-8.
Roland, M., Myer, L., Martin, L.J., Maw, A., Batra, P., Arend,
E., Coates, T. and Denny, L.A. 2012. Preventing human
immunodeficiency virus infection among sexual assault
survivors in Cape Town, South Africa: an observational
study. AIDS and Behavior, 16: 990-998.
Sher, D. and Long, W. 2012. Historicising the relevance
debate: South African and American psychology in context.
South African Journal of Psychology, 42(4): 564-575.
Solms, M. 2012. Foreword. Festschrift in honour of Eric
Kandel, Psychoanalytic Review, 99(4): 461-469.
Solms, M. 2012. Are Freud’s “erogenous zones” sources
or objects of libidinal drive? Neuropsychoanalysis, 14(1):
Solms, M. 2012. Depression: a neuropsychoanalytic
perspective. International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 21:
Solms, M. and Panksepp, J. 2012. The “Id” knows more
than the “Ego” admits: neuropsychoanalytic and primal
consciousness perspectives on the interface between
affective and cognitive neuroscience. Brain Sciences, 2:
Stewart, J., Swartz, l. and Ward, C.L. 2012. The personal
politics of disaster: narratives of survivors of a South African
shanty town fire. Journal of Community Psychology, 40(4):
Suffia, S., Kaminer, D.B. and Bawa, U. 2012. Photovoice
as community engaged research: the interplay between
knowledge creation and agency in a South African study
on safety promotion. Journal of Psychology in Africa, 22(4):
Swanepoel, T. and Thomas, K. 2012. Malicious MXit? South
African adolescents’ use of mobile-based communication
applications. Journal of Child and Adolescent Mental
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Swartz, S.G. 2012. The broken mirror: difference and shame
in South African psychotherapy. The International Journal
of Pyschoanalytic Self Psychology, 7: 196-212.
Vredevelt, A., Baddeley, A.D. and Hitch, G.J. 2012. The
effects of eye-closure and “ear-closure” on recall of
visualand auditoryaspects of a criminal event. Europe’s
Journal of Psychology, 8(2): 284-299.