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  1. Validation of the emotional stability scale of the South African personality inventory
    Cohen, Farren Morgan, 2013-07-11T05:52:31Z
    M.Phil. (Industrial Psychology) ...
  2. Validation of the emotional stability scale of the South African personality inventory
    Cohen, Farren Morgan, 2013-07-11
    M.Phil. (Industrial Psychology) ...
  3. The validation of the field-environment-duty occupational classification system and interest test
    Holman, Louise Elizabeth, 2015-01-23T04:24:48Z
    Vocational interest is a dynamic, subjective, positive attraction towards a job, occupa tion or occupational field, based on the individual"s perception of the structure of occupations and situations already experienced or expected to produce pleasurable feelings. Interest test tields are usually st ...
  4. The validation of the field-environment-duty occupational classification system and interest test
    Holman, Louise Elizabeth, 2015-01-23T04:24:48Z
    Vocational interest is a dynamic, subjective, positive attraction towards a job, occupa tion or occupational field, based on the individual"s perception of the structure of occupations and situations already experienced or expected to produce pleasurable feelings. Interest test tields are usually st ...
  5. Validation of the Forensic Assessment Interview Technique
    Gordon, Nathan J., 2009-08-25T10:56:38Z
    This research paper has examined the validity of the Forensic Assessment Interview Technique (FAINT). FAINT is a specific interview process - accepted and in current use - integrating the works of this researcher with the works of John Reid, Richard Arther, and Avinoam Sapir. The FAINT technique in ...
  6. Validation of the Forensic Assessment Interview Technique
    Gordon, Nathan J., 2009-08-25T10:56:38Z
    This research paper has examined the validity of the Forensic Assessment Interview Technique (FAINT). FAINT is a specific interview process - accepted and in current use - integrating the works of this researcher with the works of John Reid, Richard Arther, and Avinoam Sapir. The FAINT technique in ...
  7. The validation of the Heimler Scale of Social Functioning (HSSF) for client groups in South Africa.
    Van Zyl, Michiel Adriaan., 2012-11-02T09:27:01Z
    The problem identified as the focus of this study is the absence of a scale that measures social functioning with validated norms for any population group in South Africa. The need for such an instrument is highlighted by the importance of measurement to social work practice. Descriptions and defini ...
  8. Validation of the Mandatory Guidelines for the American Federal Workplace Drug Testing Programs within the context of the South African Constitution
    Laurens, Johannes Bernardus, 2017-04-26T11:51:42Z, University of Pretoria
    This study assessed the USA Mandatory Guidelines for the American Federal Workplace Drug and Alcohol-free Workplace, as a proposed framework for drug and alcohol testing in the South African workplace. The use of mind-altering substances like cocaine and opium has been part of humankind for millenni ...
  9. Validation of the Meaning in Life Questionnaire in an African context / Lesego Temane
    Temane, Lesego, 2015-12-10T12:00:35Z
    In psychology and other related fields, the study of meaning in life has shown a re-emergence of scientific interest (e.g. Hicks & King, 2009; Ho, Cheung & Cheung, 2010; Steger, Oishi & Kashdan, 2009; Wong, 2011). The recent increase in interest may be attributed to the links made to positive psycho ...
  10. Validation of the moderate-resolution satellite burned area products across different biomes in South Africa
    Tsela, Philemon Lehlohonolo, MSc, 2011-10-31, University of Pretoria
    Biomass burning in southern Africa has brought significant challenges to the research society as a fundamental driver of climate and land cover changes. Burned area mapping approaches have been developed that generate large-scale low and moderate resolution products made with different satellite dat ...